Ten Reasons Why You Need TensorGrip® L17

Fancy taking advantage of a fully portable adhesive system that can be used to form high strength bonds with laminates to particleboard and MDF substrates?

TensorGrip® L17 is your best bet.

What’s more, plywood, many plastics and a wide range of other materials can also be bonded easily using this quality product.

Not convinced? Here are 10 more reasons why you need TensorGrip® L17 in your corner ...

1. Fast Application

Speed up your production thanks to its rapid application rate.

2. Airless

Reduce your power usage and save money in the process courtesy of its airless system.

3. Adjustable Spray Pattern

Considering there’s no overspray, wastage is reduced dramatically.

4. Fully Portable

The L17’s portability means it’s incredibly easy to use onsite.

5. Non-Flammable Adhesive

Given that it’s non-flammable, L17 is safer to use and safer to store.

6. Eco Friendly

Once you’re finished with the adhesive, the canister is completely recyclable.

7. High Temperature Resistance

L17 can resist temperatures up to 125°C.

8. Very High Solids

Benefit from high yield and coverage of up to 175m².

9. Low Maintenance

Don’t waste time cleaning, as L17 is extremely low maintenance, helping to reduce downtime.

10. Saves Time and Money

What could be better ...?

Applying TensorGrip® L17 in Five Easy Steps

TensorGrip® L17 is ideal for jobs around the home or onsite, making it the perfect fit for cabinet making, shopfitting and upholstery.

Thanks to its unique formula, you benefit from very high coverage and superior film build, which results in stronger bonds.

But what’s the secret to applying L17 properly?

Step 1.

Hold the gun at 90° to the surface and 75-100mm from the substrate.

Step 2.

Apply the adhesive to the perimeter edges of both surfaces set to be bonded.

Step 3.

Moving quickly, apply an even coat of adhesive, ensuring there is 50 per cent overlap.

Step 4.

Apply your laminate to the core board.

Step 5.

Apply adequate pressure with a TensorGrip® Laminate Roller.

Et voila, it’s done!

To learn more about how to correctly spray web adhesives, check out our video section for further information.

Alternatively, please get in touch with a member of the team – we’d love to help.