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Titebond 730 Resilient Sheet Goods Adhesive


Titebond® 730 is an environmentally safe resilient flooring adhesive for installing laminated sheet goods with mineral, felt, paper and cellulose backings. It offers extended open and repositionability for long resilient runs.

Titebond 730 contains no volatile solvents, no hazardous materials and no carcinogens. There is no unpleasant or lingering odor. It is guaranteed against adhesive discoloration of resilient sheet goods. It is freeze/thaw stable, nonflammable, water-resistant and non-toxic.

  • Designed for resilient sheet goods
  • Environmentally superior
  • Designed for light to moderate traffic areas

Revised August 2016

  • Freeze/thaw stable

  • Water-resistant

  • Nonflammable

  • Non-toxic

Type: Latex Calculated VOC: 40.76 g/L Color : Beige Flashpoint : > 200 °F.(Pensky-Martin Closed Cup) Solids : 63% Freeze/thaw Stability : Stable (5 cycles at 20 °F.) Viscosity : Trowel grade Storage Life : 24 months in tightly closed container Weight Per Gallon : 10.43 lbs.

 

Trowel recommendations and coverage
Sheet Goods
  • Trowel Size - 1/16" Square-notch
  • Coverage - 150 Sq. ft. per gallon
Square Tooth
CLEAN TROWEL WITH WATER OFTEN TO PREVENT ADHESIVE BUILD-UP.


Suitable Substrates

Refer to the flooring manufacturer’s specific recommendations for suitable substrates. Porous: Concrete, well-bonded cementitious underlayments, APA grade underlayment plywood (untreated) and radiant-heated subfloors where temperatures do not exceed 85°F (29.4°C) on all grade levels. Also can be used over well-bonded, properly primed gypsum underlayments (above-grade only). Non-porous: Ceramic tile, terrazzo, marble, certain epoxy coatings and existing well-bonded resilient flooring (not perimeter bonded or cushion-backed). Please note that all substrates must be sound, solid and well-bonded.


Suitable Substrates

Refer to the flooring manufacturer’s specific recommendations for suitable substrates. Porous: Concrete, well-bonded cementitious underlayments, APA grade underlayment plywood (untreated) and radiant-heated subfloors where temperatures do not exceed 85°F (29.4°C) on all grade levels. Also can be used over well-bonded, properly primed gypsum underlayments (above-grade only). Non-porous: Ceramic tile, terrazzo, marble, certain epoxy coatings and existing well-bonded resilient flooring (not perimeter bonded or cushion-backed). Please note that all substrates must be sound, solid and well-bonded.


Subfloor Preparation

All substrates must be clean, dry, structurally sound, properly cured and free of dirt, oil, paint, old adhesive, wax, sealers and curing agents. General scouring with 20 grit or #3 1/2 open-coat sandpaper will remove most compounds. All loose materials must be vacuumed from the surface after scouring. The subfloor must be flat to a tolerance of 3/16” in a 10’ radius. Grinding concrete floors is preferred over the use of filling compounds. If filling/flattening compounds are used, they must be Portland-based cementitious material and have a compressive strength equal to or greater than 3000 psi when cured. Moisture level in concrete subfloor will fluctuate. Any cementitious material used must be rated for the highest moisture content possible. Consult the cementitious material manufacturer’s application directions. Use of adhesive over lightweight concrete and all gypsum-based materials requires the use of an approved concrete primer prior to application of adhesive.


Installation Recommendations

Apply Franklin 730 with a 1/16" square notch trowel. Open time is between 10 and 25 minutes to promote adhesive transfer. Lift corners periodically to determine if adhesive is transferring to backing. Immediately after installation, roll with a linoleum roller, working from center to edges to expel entrapped air. For curled goods, allow adhesive to tack up to touch before laying goods in order to promote quick adhesion.


Cleanup

Use water to remove adhesive spots and clean tools.


CAUTION: Do not sand, scour or abrade any material that is suspected of containing asbestos fibers. Asbestos is known to cause cancer. Federal law requires that asbestos be handled by a licensed and certified hazardous materials contractor.

SUBFLOOR MOISTURE CHECK & ALKALI LIMITATIONS: Concrete subfloors should be tested for moisture prior to installation. Moisture levels cannot be greater than 5 lbs./1000 sq.ft./24 hours on a Calcium Chloride Test (ASTM F1869), or relative humidity (RH) of 80% or less when tested with an in situ probe (ASTM F2170). Alkali needs to be checked and should be in the range of 5-9. When installing directly over wood subfloors the moisture content of the subfloor should be 13% or less.

LIMITATIONS: Do not use over high alkaline concrete (over 9.0 pH) or over subfloor with excessive moisture (over 5 lbs. by calcium chloride test). Do not use directly over or under solid vinyl tile or sheet goods. KEEP FROM FREEZING.

Download Titebond 730 warranty information
WARNING. Causes skin and eye irritation. Wear protective gloves, and eye or face protection. Wash hands thoroughly after handling. FIRST AID: IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water. Wash contaminated clothing before reuse. IF SKIN IRRITATION OCCURS: Get medical attention. IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove any contact lenses and continue rinsing. IF EYE IRRITATION PERSISTS: Get medical attention. Dispose of contents and container in accordance with all local, regional, national and international regulations. For additional information, refer to Safety Data Sheet.
Part No.SizeWeight(lbs.)UPCCase UPCUnits Per PackagePackages Per Pallet
93044 Gallon Pail44.36037083093049 136
Franklin International will honor the applicable terms of any resilient floor manufacturer’s current published adhesive warranty or subfloor moisture warranty (where applicable) when the flooring was installed using Titebond 730 Resilient Sheet Goods Adhesive in accordance with product instructions and the instructions of the resilient floor manufacturer.*

Franklin International will also warrant Titebond 730 to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of manufacture, if the product has been installed in accordance with the Franklin Specification Guide and the installation instructions furnished with the product. In the event of loss of adhesion of Titebond 730 due to product defect, Franklin International will reimburse the customer for the cost of labor and materials necessary to repair or replace the affected area(s) of the installed resilient flooring.

* Any and all addendums or changes to the vinyl floor manufacturer’s warranties will be reflected in the execution of Franklin International’s warranty immediately upon release by the vinyl floor manufacturer. The effective date of said changes and addendums will dictate coverage by Franklin International in relations to the date of installation.

As Franklin International is honoring the applicable terms of all vinyl floor manufactures’ current published warranties, Franklin International will also require the same jobsite preparations and installation instructions that accompany each warranty in question.
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