|Titebond 771-Step Adhesive, Moisture & Sound Control and Titebond Advantage 811 Urethane Wood Flooring Adhesive are now available in 20-ounce sausage packs.|
According to the company, the pack is the ideal size for smaller flooring installations and repair jobs that don’t require the full 3.5-gallon pail. No surplus adhesive goes to waste. Similarly, airtight, weather-resistant packaging doubles the expected shelf life of the adhesive up to two years, further reducing product waste. Not even the package itself—which is recyclable—goes to waste.
The practical sausage pack can simplify flooring installation, too, said the company. The packs are easy to transport, open and extrude from. Installers can either trowel or spread the adhesive, or they can use a gun delivery system, available with several nozzles to apply it in tight areas. They can also use the handy sausage pack to provide additional strength reinforcement in nail-down high traffic areas, as an alternative to face nailing, to replace boards or to install closeout rows, trim and stair treads.
Both Titebond flooring adhesives offered in the sausage packs also simplify installation, the company said. Titebond 771-Step is an all-in-one advanced polymer adhesive and sound- and moisture-control system. It’s easy to trowel on and clean up when wet. Powerful green grab holds boards firmly in place immediately upon seating so the installer can progress. Plus, quick cure reduces overall installation time, letting contractors move on to the next job quickly. It’s also solvent- and isocyanate-free.
Titebond 811 Advantage Wood Flooring Adhesive combines the trowelling ease of a water-based adhesive with the strength of a polyurethane product. Its special "non-slump" formula requires less adhesive per square foot for cost-savings. Because they can wet lay it (rather than dry lay or flash it), installers can begin seating boards immediately after trowelling the adhesive, reducing overall installation time. Titebond 811 is developed to work with Titebond moisture control systems, according to the company.
For more information, visit Titebond.com.
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