Kitchen Cabinets and Counters

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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

HL6612

  • Quick strength for fast production
  • Cold temperature flexibility
  • Good impact resistance

HL7200

  • Heat stable for ease of use and performance consistency

Rakoll®2352M

  • One component pre-catalyzed crosslinking adhesive with high water resistance Type II
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Rakoll2352M

swift®hardener 9759

  • Improves heat resistance of swift®tak 4431 when at 5
  • 5% by weight
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swifthardener 9759

swift®tak 4431

  • High heat resistance
  • Excellent for thick foils
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swifttak 4431

swift®therm 3H119

  • Use for cove-stick and counter top build-ups
  • High heat resistance guards against movement
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swifttherm 3H119

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