Kitchen Cabinets and Counters

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Kitchen Cabinets and Counters Adhesives
Commonly assembled with medium-density fiberboard (MDF) cores, thermofoil vinyl-faced doors are more stable, have a lower tendency to bow or crack, and cost less than solid wood. There are some challenges with vinyl-faced cabinet doors and wood panel lamination, however. PVC-coated cabinet doors typically do not hold up when exposed to high heat as the vinyl starts to pull away from the MDF core. As a result, manufacturers generally have very strict production specifications that cabinet fabricators and suppliers need to follow when designing, building, selling, and installing thermofoil cabinetry.
H.B. Fuller’s Swift?tak dispersions help solve this problem for cabinet door manufacturers. This solution is a waterborne polyurethane adhesive used for membrane pressing and is ideally suited as a lamination and countertop adhesive in cabinet manufacturing.

HL6369

  • Low temperature flexibility
  • Good platicizer resistance
  • Long open time
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HL6369
Used for bonding foam and fabric for furniture
Hot Melt | Hot Melt

HL6612

  • Quick strength for fast production
  • Cold temperature flexibility
  • Good impact resistance
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HL6612
Used for cabinet assembly
Hot Melt | Hot Melt

HL7200

  • Heat stable for ease of use and performance consistency
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HL7200
Used for furniture upholstery
Hot Melt | Hot Melt

Rakoll®2352M

  • One component pre-catalyzed crosslinking adhesive with high water resistance Type II
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Rakoll®2352M
Used for cabinet and furniture assembly
Water-based | Water-based

swift®hardener 9759

  • Improves heat resistance of swift®tak 4431 when at 5
  • 5% by weight
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swift®hardener 9759
Used for membrane press 3d cabinate doors, mdf, pvc foil
2 Component PU | Reactive Chemistry

swift®tak 4431

  • High heat resistance
  • Excellent for thick foils
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swift®tak 4431
Used for membrane press 3d cabinate doors, mdf, pvc foil
PU Dispersion | Water-based

swift®therm 3H119

  • Use for cove-stick and counter top build-ups
  • High heat resistance guards against movement
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swift®therm 3H119
Used for countertop builds
Hot Melt | Hot Melt

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