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Within our large range of Adhesives, many have a 'D' grading, but what does it all mean?
'D' grading on adhesives stands for durability. These grading's are set to the European standard BS EN 204, which governs the classification of wood glues for non-structural applications.
There are 3 main types of durability grading.
D2= Interior areas, with occasional short term exposure to running or condensed water and/or to occasional high humidity, provided the mositure content of the wood does not exceed 18%.
D3=Interior areas with frequent long-term exposure to running or condensed water. Exterior areas exposed to weather.
D4= Interior areas with frequent long-term exposure to running or condensed water. Exterior areas exposed to weather.
Example of what each grade is used for:
D2: Furniture and woodworking. Manufacturing sofa frames in-line.
D3: High quality joinery, furniture making and veneering including flat panel lamination with plastic laminates.
D4: Bespoke furniture. High quality joinery, including windows, doors etc. in extreme situations. Timber frame applications including the bonding of chipboard flooring.
Now you understand the difference, you can find the right product for your application. Check out below, some of our 'D' grade Adhesives.
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