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- From: Albert Meyer <Ameyer(--nospam--at)martinaia.com>
- Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 16:44:15 -0400
Unfortunately I don't have a number or complete address for Indspec Chemical Corporation but they make various adhesives. They are located in Pittsburgh, PA. They make an adhesive call Penacolite which is a structural adhesive used with wood and it is a waterproof adhesive suitable for exterior use in accordance with ASTM D 2559-92. Penacolite consists of two parts, the liquid resin which is a resorcinol phenol formaldehyde polymer (G-1149-A), and a powdered paraformaldehyde hardener (G-1131-B). It was sold in small quantities, and is easily mixed and then applied with a brush or roller. I can't remember if any specific clamping force is required during curing. This type of adhesive is typically used in the manufacture of engineered wood products such as I-joists and LVL. Borden also makes these types of adhesives as well, you may want to do a web search.
Albert J. Meyer, Jr., P.E.
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