Pattex Kraftkleber Classic Contact Glue Adhesive 4.5kg



Pattex Kraftkleber Classic Contact Glue Adhesive 4.5kg

For bonding wooden materials combined with rubber, leather, cork, felt, hard PVC, soft foam materials, metal and other
For universal application - Pattex Kraftkleber Classic is the "mother" of our range with contact adhesives. Adhesive quickly with super-adhesive power. This adhesive is easy to spread and is ideal for bonding different surfaces as well as for gluing veneers in complicated corners. Ideal for indoor use. Can be used with a variety of materials, except PE, PP and artificial leather. Also suitable for laminates.

  • Suitable for bonding most materials.
  • Pattex Contact Liquid is the ideal adhesive for bonding materials such as: metal, rubber, leather, wood, stone, plastic, hard polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and many other materials.
  • Not suitable for thin sheets of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or upholstery with expanded PVC coating, polyethylene, Teflon, and expanded or extruded polystyrene.
  • Resistant to temperatures of up to 100°C.
  • Can be applied using a spray gun.
  • Sticks permanently after 72 hours.
  • High initial tack.
  • 2 hour working time.

  1. Combination bonding of wooden materials with decorative laminates such Resopal, Formica etc., rubber, leather, cork, felt, rigid PVC, soft foams, metal and many other materials.
  2. Not suitable for poly-ethylene, polypropylene expanded polystyrene, synthetic leather and plasticized PVC.
  3. Fixing of soundproofing, insulating and acoustic panels (except expanded polystyrene), of suitable plastic tiles and various types of wallcovering (not plasticized PVC or synthetic leather) onto dry, stable surfaces
  4. Bonding veneer strips to edges and curves


The material to be bonded should be dry (wood 8 to 12% moisture) and free of grease and dust.
Clean laminates, metal etc. with solvent (washing benzine). Additional abrading increases bonding strength with metals. Allow materials to acclimatise according to manufacturer’s instruction.
Only glue working materials to non-treated surfaces (natural base).
Painted surfaces should be stripped beforehand.

Apply Pattex Contact Liquid generously and evenly to both surfaces to be bonded - especially at the edges - with a Pattex serrated spatula or a short-bristle brush.
Before joining the parts, allow solvents to evaporate. Evaporation time at normal room temperature (18 to 25°C) is approx. 10-15 minutes.
Ensure constant airing. After evaporation time, bonding is possible within 2 hrs. After evaporation of the solvents there must be an unbroken, visible film of adhesive left on the surface.
Bonding / Pressing :

First of all, carefully align the parts to be bonded, adjusting will not be possible after the two adhesive films are contacted.
Then press the parts together briefly, but with pressure (0.5N/mm² = 5 kp/cm² pressure, or more).
It should be noted that the bonding strength depends not on the duration but the intensity of the pressure applied.
Pressing for a few seconds is sufficient.
With larger areas to be bonded, e.g. laminate panels, metals etc., the pressure should be applied with a press.
Depending on the workpiece, vigorous rolling (Pattex Pressure Roller) can also be sufficient. Press from centre outwards to avoid trapping air. Press carefully on edges. Where hard and inelastic bases are used, beat with a non-flexible hammer (HAZET hammer).
Further processing :

Initial bonding strength is so high, that the workpiece can be further processed immediately after pressing.
Storage :

Store tightly closed and at room temperature. Avoid temperatures lower +5°C and above +50°C. Cold or frozen adhesive (under + 5°C) will become fully usable again if slowly acclimatised up to working temperature (approx. +20°C). No loss of quality is suffered. During work pauses the adhesive container should be kept tightly closed in order to prevent evaporation of the solvents.
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