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Application of honeymoon cold-set adhesive systems for structural end joints in North AmericaAuthor(s): Roland E. Kreibich; Richard W. Hemingway; William T. Nearn
Source: Forest Products Journal 43(7/8):45-48
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionHigh quality, structural end joints can be cold-set at mill speed using a two-component honeymoon adhesive system composed of southern pine bark or pecan shell membrane tannin and a modified, commercially available. phenol-resorcinol-formaldehyde resin. Adhesive costs of a fully waterproof glueline are approximately $0.60/lb. of applied adhesive mix compared to $0.80/lb. for current melamine-formaldehyde adhesives. Capital and processing costs are reduced by eliminating the radio-frequency generator used in most laminating plants.
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CitationKreibich, Roland E.; Hemingway, Richard W.; Nearn, William T. 1993. Application of honeymoon cold-set adhesive systems for structural end joints in North America. Forest Products Journal 43(7/8):45-48
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