TITEBOND II FLUORESCENT WOOD GLUE


Titebond II Fluorescent can help any woodworker achieve professional-looking results. It provides a strong initial tack and fast speed of set to reduce clamp time. It also develops bonds stronger than wood, offers excellent sandability and is unaffected by finishes. Titebond II Fluorescent contains a dye that, when viewed under a ...

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Features & Benefits

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Visible under black light
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Enables detection and removal of dried glue before finishing
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Passes ANSI Type II water-resistance
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Versatile - Bonds wood, hardboard, high pressure laminates and particleboard
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Solvent-resistant
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Fast set - Shortens clamp time
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Ideal for radio frequency (R-F) gluing systems
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Easy cleanup with water

Application Guidelines

Application Temperature:
Above 55°F.
Open Assembly Time:
5 minutes (70°F./50%RH)
Total Assembly Time:
10-15 minutes (70°F./50%RH)
Minimum Required Spread :
Approximately 6 mils or 250 square feet per gallon
Required Clamping Pressure:
Enough to bring joints tightly together (generally, 100-150 psi for softwoods, 125-175 psi for medium woods and 175-250 psi for hardwoods)
Method of Application:
Easily spread with a roller spreader or brush, or may be transferred to plastic bottles for finer gluing applications.
Cleanup:
Damp cloth while glue is wet. Scrape off and sand dried excess.
Note:
For best viewing use a black light with a wavelength of 375 – 400 nm (nanometers).
Limitations:
Titebond II Fluorescent Glue is not for continuous submersion or for use below the waterline. Not for structural or load bearing applications. Do not use when temperature, glue or materials are below 55°F. Due to low pH, product may cause corrosion on metal surfaces, test product before using where rusting/corrosion may be of concern. Freezing may not affect the function of the product but may cause it to thicken. Agitation should restore product to original form. Because of variances in the surfaces of treated lumber, it is a good idea to test for adhesion. For best results gluing exotic or oily woods, such as Ipe and Teak, please contact our Technical Support Team at 1-800-347-4583. Not FDA approved for indirect food contact. Read MSDS before use. KEEP FROM FREEZING. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

Physical Properties

Type
Cross-linking polyvinyl acetate
Calculated VOC
3.0 g/L
State
Liquid
Weight Per Gallon
9.1 lbs.
Color
Honey cream
Dried Film
Translucent, yellow
Flashpoint
> 200°F.
Solids
48%
Freeze/thaw Stability
Stable
Viscosity
4,000 cps
pH
3.0
Chalk Temperature
To assure a good bond, 55°F is the lowest recommended temperature of the glue, air and materials during application.
Storage Life
24 months in tightly closed containers at 75°F.

Bond Strength ASTM D-905 (On Hard Maple)

Temperature Strength Wood Failure
Room Temperature 3,750 psi 72%
150°F. Overnight 1,750 psi 6%