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TH BOSTIK


g adhesives from Bostik offers a first-class solution for every requirement. Here’s an introduction elp you to finish off your installations to the perfect standard.


sizes, edge-grain wood, end-grain wood and all wood species, including beech and exotic woods.


WOOD H200 ELASTIC can also be used with warm water underfloor heating systems, provided the temperature does not exceed +27°C, ensuring the bond will not weaken and fail over time.


THE KING OF ACCESSORIES When it comes to accessories such as skirting, capping strips and cove formers, one product remains king: Bostik Roll. This established industry favourite takes its place unchanged alongside the new solutions in the Bostik range.


The reinforced double-sided adhesive tape has been specially designed to install floor and wall mounted accessories fast, offering an outstanding alternative to water and solvent- based adhesives. The secret of its speed is in its dryness, which means there’s no curing time required – and therefore no waiting around or overspill in the installation area.


Supplied in ready-to-use, dry adhesive rolls in widths of 25mm, 50mm, 85mm and 240mm, Bostik Roll offers a convenient, easy and clean installation that resists plasticiser migration. A new 240mm version is also available for larger applications, such as installing vinyl on stairways, providing fitters with more choice and flexibility.


Solvent-free, Bostik Roll is another environmentally friendly option that has less impact on the building occupants. It achieves A+ and EC1 Plus ratings with LEED and EN 13999:2007 for BREEAM, thanks to its very low VOC emissions.


THE SUMMER LIFESAVER Finally, in the summer months, there is always the risk that warm weather could affect the performance of standard adhesives, weakening their bond and potentially causing them to fail. This is also a concern when working in areas that are subject to high solar gain, such as conservatories or atriums, or in close proximity to underfloor heating.


That’s why Bostik has launched the new STIX A550 POWER ELASTIC premium acrylic adhesive. Specially formulated to give high performance over a wide temperature range, STIX A550 POWER ELASTIC withstands hot conditions to maintain its integrity and get the job done every time.


Available in a 13kg bucket, Bostik STIX A550 POWER ELASTIC is compatible with a wide range of floorcoverings, including LVT, rubber, linoleum, PVC sheet or tile, vinyl, carpet or natural fibres, and also resists plasticiser migration.


Like STIX A740 MULTI BEST, the adhesive also has low volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions, achieving EC1 on the Emicode classification system.


Together, the products in Bostik’s new range of adhesives cover every flooring need you are likely to come across. However, unforeseen issues can always arise, so don’t forget that, as with all Bostik products, the range is backed up by the company’s best-in-class technical support team. They will be happy to provide you with expert advice – the result of their decades of combined experience – on any issues, at any time.


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