The new 780 provides a strong, permanent bond to all types of carpet, felt-backed resilient sheet goods, cork rubber tile, LVT and LVT/plank. It stands out for its fast tack, easy cleanability when wet, strong and durable bond, excellent 24-hour re-bond properties and low VOC content.
Titebond has introduced its most versatile flooring adhesive to date, the new 780 Premium Multi-Purpose Flooring Adhesive.
The new 780 is a latex adhesive that provides a strong, permanent bond to all types of carpet, felt -backed resilient sheet goods, cork rubber tile, LVT and LVT/plank, installed on a wide range of porous and non-porous substrates. It offers fast tack and excellent 24-hour re-bond properties. Its fast-grab capability reduces curl in sheet goods, while a long working time gives installers a sufficient period to ensure proper positioning.
Application guidelines recommend the appropriate trowel based on type of floor covering. Installers can easily clean up the adhesive when it is still in the wet state with either water or Titebond Adhesive Remover Cleaning Wipes.
The latest addition to the Titebond flooring adhesives line is environmentally safe, with a VOC content of only 25 g/L. Installers and their clients experience no unpleasant or lingering odor. It also is freeze/thaw stable, nonflammable and water-resistant.
Titebond 780 Premium Multi-Purpose Flooring Adhesive is available in one- and four-gallon plastic pails through flooring specialty stores, builder supply stores and flooring distributors.
More information on Titebond products is available at www.Titebond.com.
Jeanne Tranter, 614.445-0888
About Franklin International: Long a leader in the flooring industry, Titebond's line of flooring products and accessories includes flooring adhesives, moisture control systems for concrete subfloors, one-step adhesive, moisture and sound control systems, Titebond Wood Flooring tape and other products for flooring installations. Its flooring line joins a full line of construction adhesives and sealants for professional and DIY use. More information on Titebond products is available at www.Titebond.com.