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Discover new production alternatives with our broad range of high performance industrial adhesives for residential and commercial doors.

Door manufacturing continues to evolve with new materials, process efficiencies and innovations while consumer expectations continue to grow. Whether they are replacing doors for safety, curb appeal, or updating the look for their building, consumers today are faced with more choices than ever. Today’s adhesives must provide flexibility, speed and wider adhesion performance with high-end use reliability.

Our current product offerings include many new adhesives developed by understanding the needs of the industry and then rapidly prototyping new concepts in our world class R&D and applications facilities where our comprehensive formulating knowledge is used to build in performance that exceeds required industry certifications.

From polyvinyl acetates to hot melt polyurethane adhesives to 100-percent solid liquid moisture cure polyurethanes, our adhesive technologies improve the look and durability of both interior and exterior doors.

HL7216

  • Longer open time
  • Designed for lock block/rail -stile attachment
Technology Documentation
HL7216
Used for door - lock block/rail -stile attachment
Hot Melt

Rakoll® RK2009

  • UL10C burn listing for wood doors with HPL facings
Technology Documentation
Rakoll® RK2009
Used for architecural wood door lamination
Water-based | Water-based

Rakoll® RK8490

  • UL10C burn listing for wood doors with HPL facings
  • Repositionable
  • WDMA type 1
Technology Documentation
Rakoll® RK8490
Used for architecural wood door lamination
Water-based | Water-based

Rapidex®1008

  • High green strength for fast automated lines and high ambient temperature
Technology Documentation
Rapidex®1008
Used for residential door lamination
Reactive Chemistry | Reactive Hot Melt

Rapidex®1011

  • Good for untreated SMC and surfaces
  • Longer open time for slower production
Technology Documentation
Rapidex®1011
Used for residential door lamination
Reactive Chemistry | Reactive Hot Melt

Rapidex®9692LT

  • UL10C fire rating veneer facings
  • High green strength to hold down bowed skins
Technology Documentation
Rapidex®9692LT
Used for architecural wood door lamination
Reactive Chemistry | Reactive Hot Melt

RHM1012

  • Repositionable low tack for indexing on auto assembly machines
  • Rigid final set
Technology Documentation
RHM1012
Used for garage door
Reactive Chemistry | Reactive Hot Melt

Rpaidex®RHM3000

  • UL10C fire rating with HPL facings
  • High green strength and flow with reduced stringing
Technology Documentation
Rpaidex®RHM3000
Used for architecural wood door lamination
Reactive Chemistry | Reactive Hot Melt

Swift®lock 2U232-3N

  • UL10C 3 hour fire rating
  • Fastest grade for high productivity
  • 180 mintue burn test
Technology Documentation
Swift®lock 2U232-3N
Used for commercial steel door fire retardant
Reactive Chemistry | Reactive Hot Melt

Swift®lock 2U235

  • High viscosity to reduce defection and oil canning
  • Designed for high speed production
Technology Documentation
Swift®lock 2U235
Used for garage door
Reactive Chemistry | Reactive Hot Melt

Swift®lock 2U464

  • Bonds PVC in hot processing plant conditions
Technology Documentation
Swift®lock 2U464
Used for door - edgebanding - reactive hot melt
Reactive Chemistry | Reactive Hot Melt

Swift®therm 84521

  • Fast setting
  • Designed for lock block/rail -stile attachment
Technology Documentation
Swift®therm 84521
Used for door - lock block/rail -stile attachment
Hot Melt

Swift®therm 84563

  • Tan color with good heat resistance for soft forming and high speed lines
  • Offered in tan & natural color
Technology Documentation
Swift®therm 84563
Used for door - edgebanding - hot melt
Hot Melt

XR 2859

  • UL10C burn listing for hard to bond laminations
  • Self crosslinking type 1 for cold press
Technology Documentation
XR 2859
Used for architecural wood door lamination
Water-based | Water-based

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