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Cold wood glue D3

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Cold wood glue D3

For particularly demanding wood bonding in indoor and outdoor applications

  • Colour: White
  • Chemical basis: Polyvinyl acetate dispersion
  • Density/conditions: 1.08 g/cm³ / at 20°C
  • Colour after curing: Transparent
  • pH value: 3
  • 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

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Art.-no. Container Weight of content Colour Chemical basis Quantity PU
Bucket 12 kg White Polyvinyl acetate dispersion
1 pcs
Bottle 0.5 kg White Polyvinyl acetate dispersion

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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.


When gluing external joints (e.g. front door panels), the effects of heat (direct exposure to sunlight) can cause stresses in the wood and softening of glued joints. Duroplastic adhesives, such as PUR glue in the dispensing system, art. no. 0892100180 are suitable for this purpose. In conjunction with the tannic acid in the wood, the impact of bare metal may result in blue discolouration, especially with oak, and in red discolouration with beech. In isolated cases, substances contained in wood may result in unpredictable discolouration with various types of wood, e.g. beech, cherry, maple. At a pressing temperature above +50°C, brown discolouration may occur with softwood veneers. Fresh splashes of glue can be removed with water. Older adhesive residues can be softened with nitro thinner or acetone and then rubbed off. Stir the contents thoroughly before application and always close the bottle tightly after use. Protect from frost. The processing time and the setting time are heavily dependent on the working conditions, e.g. the temperatures, moisture and absorption levels of the materials, application quantities and tensions in the material.

Würth white glues are not suitable for use in the static range. Specially approved adhesives must be used for this purpose. Würth glues may only be used for non-load-bearing applications.