Heading back into Winter, I am starting to worry about the glue supplied
to bond the flooring chipboard joints. Half done , lots to do!
D4 comes with a storage limitation of +5 to +25 deg. C but I have been
unable to find a *use* temperature range.
In an unoccupied house with all the internal doors removed the
occasional fan heater makes very little difference:-(
Don't know for sure, but I guess the aim of that "rule" is not to let
the uncured product freeze. I think it will get quite viscous below 5 C
and will cure more slowly, but I'd expect it still to work down to freezing.
Polyurethane glue has one of the widest range of use temperatures of
any common adhesive, anything from5 deg C to 30 deg C should be fine
although setting will take a lot longer at low temperature. 20 deg C
is the optimum.
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