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Cold wood glue D3 For particularly demanding wood bonding in indoor and outdoor applications

Cold wood glue D3

Art.-no. 089210016
EAN 4045989486045
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For particularly demanding wood bonding in indoor and outdoor applications

High level of resistance to water and heat

Simple dispensing design

By screwing on the glue tap, the contents of the container can be dispensed into the adhesive bottle or the glue roller cleanly and easily.

Transparent when hardened

No visible gluing joints. Hardened glued joints are viscoplastic.


Due to the different composition of substances contained in wood, in individual cases, unpredictable discolouration can occur, e.g. in beech and cherry. In addition, iron in conjunction with the tannic acid in wood may cause colour changes in oak. The processing time and the setting time are heavily influenced by the working conditions (e.g. temperature). For outdoor applications, the glued section must be protected against the weather and provided with adequate surface protection (permanent protection against moisture ingress). Care must be taken to ensure that the glue is not exposed to direct sunlight outdoors due to its thermoplastic properties. Non-thermoplastic adhesives and PUR glue in a dosing system (0892100180) are suitable for applications with direct exposure to sunlight. Softening of the glue and shrinkage of the wood can lead to joint openings. The viscosity of 1-component D3 glues increases during the storage period. However, the processing parameters do not change as a result. Stirring without adding water makes it free-flowing again. Do not add water to the glue! Remove glue residue escaping at the joint, as this may cause red staining due to reacting with oxygen.

Conforms to the requirements for low flammability, smoke density and toxicity (according to IMO FTP Code Part 2 and 5). The requirements for low flammability, smoke density and toxicity (according to IMO FTP Code Part 2 and 5) can only be guaranteed if D3 cold wood glue is used without hardener additive and/or an application quantity of 150 g/m² is not exceeded.

The usage instructions are recommendations based on the tests we have conducted and our experience; carry out your own tests before each application. Due to the large number of applications and storage and processing conditions, we do not assume any liability for a specific application result. Insofar as our free customer service provides technical information or acts as an advisory service, no responsibility is assumed by this service except where the advice or information given falls within the scope of our specified, contractually agreed service or the advisor was acting deliberately. We guarantee consistent quality of our products. We reserve the right to make technical changes and further develop products.

Glue tap for use with 28 kg bucket only.
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Application area

For structural assembly, surface, board-joint and block gluing of soft wood, hard wood and exotic woods. Examples include interior doors and interior staircases, living room furniture. Thermal lamination of decorative finish films, for surface bonding of HPL/CPL and stationary edge coating with veneers and solid wood strips.


Apply a thin, even layer of D3 cold wood glue on one side with a glue roller, glue spatula, glue brush or an application machine. For more information, please refer to the technical data sheet.



Chemical basis

Polyvinyl acetate dispersion



Weight of content

0.5 kg


1.08 g/cm³ / at 20°C

Colour after curing


pH value


Min. proportion of solids

50 %

Min. film forming temperature

6 °C

Min./max. open time /conditions

8-10 min / at 20°C and 150 g/m²

Max. temperature resistance of the hardened material

80 °C

Min. room temperature, material temperature and glue temperature

18 °C

Min./max. relative air humidity

60-70 %

Min./max. pressing pressure

0.1-0.8 N/mm²

Min./max. wood moisture

8-10 %

Min./max. wood moisture outdoors

11-15 %

Min./max. application quantity in assembly bonding

120-180 g/m²

Min./max. application quantity in surface bonding

100-160 g/m²

Shelf life from production/conditions

12 Month / cool and dry storage area

Minimum pressing times*
for gluing during assemblyat 20°C6–12 min.
for board and block gluingat 20°Cfrom 20 min.
for surface gluingat 20°C30–40 min.
at 50°C5–8 min.
at 80°C1–5 min.
for veneer gluing**at 20°C20–30 min.
at 50°C5–10 min.
at 80°C1–3 min.
* The minimum pressing times are for the application conditions specified above. Deviations from the application conditions may decrease or increase the pressing time.
** Due to the low pH value, veneer discolouration cannot be ruled out.
Additive article:


For applying all common surface and assembly glues to all wood types
x 3 pcs

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Example 1: Screw with dimensions of 4x10 mm:
00574 10 (2 spaces between the 4 and the 10)

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005710 20 (1 space between the 10 and the 20)

Example 3: Flat washer with an internal diameter of 6 mm:

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Suitable glove:
Nitrile chemical protective glove With cotton velour finish inside
Nitrile chemical protective glove With cotton velour finish inside
Permeation level: 6
Permeation is the process by which a chemical moves through the material of a protective glove on a molecular level. The time from the initial contact between the chemical and the glove to the permeation of the material is the breakthrough time.
Measured breakthrough time
Permeation level
< 10 min
≥ 10 min
≥ 30 min
≥ 60 min
≥ 120 min
≥ 240 min
≥ 480 min

Important information:

The information given is based on experience and laboratory conditions and is designed as a guide. However, the actual suitability of a glove depends on the individual conditions of its use and must be confirmed by an appropriate test under operational conditions. Given the variety of materials and chemicals used, the possibility of incompatibility or usage problems for the wearer cannot be excluded in individual cases. We would be happy to advise you about optimum solutions.

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