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JOWATHERM 280.50 Nature - EVA Thermofusible

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5 kg
25 kg


Description du produit

Beige (natural colour) lightly filled hot melt adhesive based on EVA in granules is intended for gluing furniture edges. The highly rated adhesive is characterised by its high quality and a wide range of applications.

Examples of use:

gluing ABS edges with primer,
gluing laminate (FALZ) edges,
gluing veneer edges,
gluing PVC and PP edges,
soft-forming applications.


Beige (natural colour) hot melt adhesive Jowatherm 280.50 based on EVA is suitable for gluing edges using edge-banding machined with medium feed rate. It is characterised by high thermal resistance, high strength of the bonded joint and clean operation without undesirable fibre forming. Available also in white colour (Jowatherm 280.51).

Brookfield viscosity (200°C at 27/2 rpm)



Softening point (Kofler)



Density at 20°C

1.14 ± 0.02


Suitable working conditions:

Processing temperature

Ideal feed rate

Open time at 190°C




9 ± 1






When using the hot melt adhesive, observe the application temperature and check it on a regular basis by measuring on the roller or nozzle. The temperature shown on the edge-banding machine control panel may differ from the actual temperature. Lower temperature of the adhesive may affect its open time and consequently impair the bonded joint quality. At a higher temperature, the adhesive may degrade, which affects its colour, viscosity and adhesion. When banding edges from various materials, regular testing of banding strength and quality is advisable. Recommended temperature of the environment and materials is

Clean any residual adhesive on furniture elements using Hraniclean 01 (08). In glue pots use Jowat 236.50.

For additional information please refer to the material technical and safety data sheets.

Packaging and storage:

Keep in original container. If stored in closed containers in a cold and dry place at temperatures not exceeding 20°C, the shelf life is 24 months.