Sticking points

Hollyer, Tony
September 1998
Cabinet Maker;
Investigates how Britain-based furniture manufacturers are meeting the challenge of implementing changes in adhesives and the equipment used to apply them in order to comply with environmentally acceptable processes. Problem with water-based adhesives; Plural compound products; Using correct specification of adhesive for its application. INSET: How to minimise problems with adhesives..


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