Offering a full range of edges (whether it be melamine, PVC, pre-glued or other) has always been our core business philosophy. Keeping this in mind, we have accomplished to produce PVC with hot melt glue backing.
Now, carpenters do not need a machine to apply the PVC to the panel. They can apply the edging with a standard iron. Yet, they can only do it through using this specially produced PVC edging.
The hot melt is specially designed and produced for this purpose. Its melting point is lower than standard glue.
When applying, carpenters must use iron cover or some sort of paper between the iron and PVC to protect the surface from heat related damages.
You can watch the video below as to how to use pre-glued PVC edgebanding:
The pre-glued PVC edge is available in thickness of 0.4mm for iron application. The thickness can go as high as 0.8mm. Above 0.4mm, hot air blower must be used. Otherwise, iron will not melt the glue due to the thickness of the product.
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Cut the edgebanding 3 cm longer than surface to be covered. Make sure the surface is dust-free, clean, and dry. Also check to see there are no rough spots on the surface. Put an teflon protector under the iron to avoid melting the PVC edgebanding.
Adjust the iron to cotton temperature.
Apply the edgebanding with hot iron or hot air blower as described.
While still hot, press firmly with a wood block to the board. Allow the edgebanding to cool completely, remove the extra edges with a trimmer or a razor blade. Using teflon under the iron is very important. And please adjust the temperature of the iron accordingly.