Apollo Joinery Adhesives have been developed by our expert chemists for a variety of external and internal uses, including flooring, post-forming, decorative laminating and furnishings. The range consists of solvent-free single-component (1K) and gel polyurethane adhesives.
Complete problem solvers
Apollo Joinery Adhesives are designed for a variety of external and internal uses, including flooring, post-forming, decorative laminating and furnishings and compatible with timber, masonry and many other surfaces. Our adhesives help fill gaps and voids, bond both soft and hard woods and with quick bond times making an ideal solution for creating mitre joints.
Minimises task-time and cost
We know that minimising both task-time and cost are key, and Apollo Joinery Adhesives have been developed with this in mind. Our range of adhesives are extremely fast-setting and applied via a cartridge or by brush, whilst the viscous (non-drip) consistency of the products reduces mess and waste.
Ideal for use when aesthetics are important
Apollo Joinery Adhesives are ideal for use when aesthetics are important due to a number of properties. Our joinery adhesives ensure neat bond-lines and allow you to paint over the adhesive easily. The gap-filling properties of Apollo Joinery Adhesives cover a multitude of sins, including keeping uneven joints hidden.
Peace of mind
At Apollo, we understand you need total confidence that the adhesive you are using can withstand extreme environmental conditions. Apollo Joinery Adhesives create high-strength permanent bonds quickly, with most materials and applications. Most of the products on the range are fully waterproof to EN 204 D4 and exhibit excellent weathering and aging properties.
Green credentials are becoming increasingly important within the construction industry, and this is set to continue. Apollo Joinery Adhesives are solvent-free, which make them more environmentally-friendly and pleasant to use compared to solvent-based products (VOCs). It also makes it suitable for use on a wide range of projects, even those with high levels of public usage, such as schools and hospitals.