Adhesives for glued hardwood floors: wood floor adhesives work by creating a bond between the substrate and the flooring through a chemical reaction. While all adhesives work on the same principle of changing from a liquid to a solid state, they differ by the carrying agent or catalyst that activates them. The most common types of wood flooring adhesives include: water based, solvent based, urethane based (moisture-cure) and powder adhesives. Although it may look like a simple choice which adhesive should be used, we always select the adhesive according to the type of boards to be installed and their dimensions. The adhesives that we use will successfully bond to almost any substrate.
Wakol MS 260 Parquet flooring adhesive firm-elastic: WAKOL MS 260 Wood Flooring Adhesive is a one component, hard flexible, and premium adhesive for the interior installation of wood floorings, such as solid strip, plank, finger parquet, engineered wood plank and laminate. MS 260 has excellent sound reduction properties, long working time, "low slump"...
Sikabond 5500S Rigid wood flooring adhesive: SikaBond 5500 S is a single part combination of synthetic resins contained in organic solvents and is used as solvent based rigid adhesive for bonding wood block parquet and engineered boards onto porous substrates.
STAUF PUK-455 is a urethane based, high-strength adhesive for professional wood flooring installation. It is specially formulated for wide plank floors. PUK-455 has an extremely high shear strength to help control common cupping problems associated with wide width solid flooring.
Lecol 5500 Parquet Adhesive: alcohol based Parquet Adhesive 5500 can be used for all types of wood and is suitable for installation on absorbent and non-absorbent subfloors; i.e.: it can be universally applied. In many cases it can even be used to install pre-finished parquet without any problems.
Bona R850 Parquet flooring adhesive Hard-elastic: a true all-rounder parquet adhesive suitable for practically all types of parquet and sub-floors. Resists thrust during wood expansion whilst allowing shrinkage thus relieving tensions on the sub-floor. High initial bonding strength, reducing the potential for “hollow spots”.