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Spray Adhesive | Industrial & Retail Spray Glue
What is Spray Adhesive | Industrial & Retail Spray Glue?
Our range of spray glues comes in a number of lines from some of the best spray adhesives from global spray glue manufacturers. These consist of aerosols, pots and canisters all ideal for glue spraying. We supply both commercial and industrial spray adhesives pots, canisters and intermediates, to the spray cans which are suitable for both: crafters and everyday arts and crafts.
Welcome to PSA Solutions, the ultimate destination for high-quality spray adhesives. Our extensive range of spray adhesives are designed to meet a variety of needs, whether you're looking for a reliable solution for your DIY projects, or a professional-grade adhesive for your manufacturing needs.
Our spray adhesives on offer have been formulated with the highest quality ingredients, ensuring that they provide a strong, permanent bond that lasts. From heavy-duty industrial adhesives to lightweight and versatile options, we have a spray adhesive for every application.
As a result, our spray adhesives are easy to use, making them the perfect choice for anyone who wants a quick and convenient solution. Simply spray the adhesive onto the surface you want to bond, and let it dry for a few minutes. With our spray adhesives, you can achieve a professional-quality bond in a matter of minutes.
Whether you're working on a DIY project, or you need a reliable adhesive solution for your business, PSA Solutions has you covered. Browse our range of spray adhesives today and discover the perfect adhesive solution for your needs.
Types of Spray Adhesive available
Flooring Spray Adhesives
These flooring spray contact adhesive 17kg pots have been developed for holding carpet tiles and other flooring materials to suitable subfloors including flooring grade plywood, Oriented Strand Board (OSB), hardboard, ceramic, concrete and existing non-cushion backed resilient floors.
Construction Spray Adhesives
These construction spray glues will bond a wide variety of substrates, including wood, metals, rubber, fabric, most plastics, cardboard, polythene and concrete, as well as decorative laminates. It is ideal for permanent bonds that require good initial bond strength.
Further to this we also stock high temperature multipurpose sprayable contact adhesive canisters, with a heat resistance of up to 105°C. These high-temperature spray adhesives have been specially developed to bond a wide variety of substrates including head-linings, foam, leather, lining carpet, felt and fabrics.
These spray adhesives can also give a permanent waterproof bond to a wide variety of substrates.
Upholstery Spray Adhesives
Our contact upholstery adhesive sprays will bond to a wide variety of substrates, including wood, metals, rubber, fabric, most plastics, cardboard, polythene and concrete, as well as decorative laminates. They are ideal for permanent bonds that require good initial bond strength.
Spray Aerosol Adhesive Cans
Our contact spray adhesive cans will adhere to a wide variety of items, including: wood, metals, rubber, fabric, most plastics, cardboard, polythene and concrete, as well as decorative laminates. These adhesives can also be used to bond expanded polystyrene.
Roofing & Insulation Spray Adhesives
Our range of roofing and insulation spray adhesives includes sprays which has been approved by KINGSPAN® for bonding KoolDuct Insulation Mitre Joints, Approved by KINGSPAN® for bonding KoolTherm Insulation Panels, HVAC & Insulation adhesive, applications which need to be: CO-REZTM California Compliant, and for use in areas on vinyl and other high plasticised flooring and fabric applications that are prone to failing bonding insulation - like ISO boards - to a variety of substrates. These include: concrete, plywood, cementitious boards and brick, bonding vinyl, rubber and plastics, and are suitable for insulation and metal sheeting bonding application.
Spray Adhesive Accessories
Our spray adhesive accessories have been officially designed to attach to our spray pots and provide you with the full spray adhesive kit you require to get started quickly or to enhance your current setup.
This line includes everything from contact adhesive spray guns, hose spray gun, spray adhesive gun and hose, adhesive spray guns. All of which are ideal for use with our sprayable contact adhesive cylinders.
How long does it take spray glues to dry?
These spray adhesives can dry in as little as a few minutes to a few hours depending on the adhesive being applied.
What can spray adhesives be used on?
These spray glues can be used on everything from:
- Multiple flooring types
- Most plastics
- Decorative laminates
- Metal sheeting
- KoolTherm Insulation Panels
- KoolDuct Insulation Mitre Joints
- Heating & Air Conditioning Systems (HVAC)
- Carpet tile
- Lining carpet
- Felt non-cushion backed resilient floors
- Underlay and other flooring materials to suitable subfloors including: flooring grade plywood, OSB Board, hardboard, ceramic, concrete and existing
- ISO boards to a variety of substrates, including: concrete, plywood, cementitious boards and brick
- and other similar applications and materials
Spray adhesives are versatile and widely used for a variety of applications, including:
Spray adhesives are commonly used in woodworking for bonding wood, veneers, and other materials. They provide a strong, permanent bond that can withstand the stress and pressure of the materials being joined.
Spray adhesives are also used in upholstery to bond fabrics and foam padding to furniture frames. They provide a secure bond that can withstand the weight and pressure of daily use.
Crafts and Hobbies
Spray adhesives are popular in the crafting and hobby industries for bonding paper, cardstock, foam, and other materials. They provide a quick and easy way to secure materials in place without the mess of traditional adhesives.
Spray adhesives are used in the automotive industry for bonding headliners, carpeting, and other materials to the interior of vehicles. They provide a strong, permanent bond that can withstand the heat and vibration of daily use.
Spray adhesives are used in construction for bonding insulation, drywall, and other materials. They provide a strong, permanent bond that can withstand the stress and pressure of construction and daily use.
Spray adhesives are used in the printing industry for securing paper and other materials during the printing process. They provide a quick and easy way to secure materials in place without leaving residue or causing damage.
These are just a few examples of the many uses for spray adhesives. They provide a quick, easy, and convenient solution for bonding a wide variety of materials, making them an essential tool for many industries and applications.
When it comes to our spray pots and canisters here is some information we are frequently asked
Here are some commonly asked questions about spray adhesives and their answers:
Will my existing glue gun fit your hose?
Yes, all common canister adhesive spray guns fit our hoses.
Will my existing hose fit your canisters?
All common canister hose connections fit our canisters - yes.
If I change to your glue canister, can I still use my adhesive gun & hose without having to flush the system through?
Yes, you can if both your current and the TensorGrip® spray glue adhesive are both solvent based; however, if you are changing from a water based to solvent-based, this will congeal the adhesive. If you are unsure please contact our technical team for advice.
Why does my canister spray in a jet rather than the normal web fan spray?
This is likely to be caused by the canister being too cold. The solutions to this are to bring the canister back to room temperature. This can be done by either storing in a warm environment for 12 hours or if you are looking to speed this process up simply place in a large container and fill the container around the canister with hot / warm water (doesn't need to be boiling).
Leave in this position for 30 minutes then remove and shake for a short period of time. Now begin to spray, and you should find this will have resolved the problem.
Are any of your canister adhesives fire rated?
Yes, L17 (formerly PG107) is Fire Rated Class 1. However, please remember that it is important that all components of the composite product are also FR Class 1 rated.
Veneer - Can I bond veneers with any of your spray adhesives?
Yes, you can with some of the higher grade TensorGrip® adhesives, but please contact our technical team for more information about the best product for your application.
Do you have an adhesive that will bond vinyl without plasticising?
Yes, we do, L70 is a plasticizer resistant adhesive in a canister for bonding vinyl.
How do I apply pressure to achieve a maximum bond?
Use a 75mm rubber J roller (please see our spray adhesives accessory section) as a minimum requirement or alternatively a mechanical nip roller. Platen presses are not recommended.
Do I need to use Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) when using this spray glue?
Health and safety requirements are site specific. Please refer to relevant SDS. If you require this, please contact our team.
Will I get any Overspray?
This is down to operator control and guidance on spraying these glues; however, normally this is minimal.
Do I need to clean my substrates before creating a bond?
Yes, all substrates MUST be clean, dry, free from oil/grease and any other contamination. Clean with a proprietary solvent cleaner. DO NOT USE white spirit or oil-based cleaners, or natural citrus cleaners which leave residues.
How do I clean the substrates?
You should use a fast drying solvent based panel wipe or similar, and DO NOT use any CITRUS or OILY CLEANERS which leave residues e.g: white spirit.
What types of materials can spray adhesives bond?
Spray adhesives can bond a wide range of materials including wood, metal, plastic, fabric, foam, and many others. Some spray adhesives are formulated for specific materials and provide a stronger bond for those materials.
How long does it take for a spray adhesive to dry?
The drying time for a spray adhesive can vary depending on the type of adhesive and the conditions in which it is used. Generally, it takes between 5 to 15 minutes for a spray adhesive to dry, but some adhesives may take longer or shorter to dry, depending on the application.
How do I remove spray adhesive from my skin or clothes?
Spray adhesives can be difficult to remove once they have dried. For skin, you can try using soap and water or a solvent such as acetone to remove the adhesive. For clothing, try soaking the area in warm soapy water or using a solvent such as rubbing alcohol or vinegar.
Can spray adhesives be used on vertical surfaces?
Yes, spray adhesives can be used on vertical surfaces, but they may run or drip if applied too heavily. To prevent this, apply a light, even coating to the surface and allow it to dry completely before applying the second layer.
Can spray adhesives be used outdoors?
Yes, some spray adhesives are formulated for outdoor use and are weather-resistant. It is important to choose a spray adhesive that is suitable for the conditions in which it will be used.
Can spray adhesives be used on porous surfaces?
Yes, spray adhesives can be used on porous surfaces, but it is important to choose an adhesive that is formulated for the specific type of porous surface you are working with.
Can spray adhesives be sanded or painted after they have dried?
Yes, some spray adhesives can be sanded or painted after they have dried, but it is important to choose an adhesive that is formulated for this purpose. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions for the best results.
Can I use my Platen / Daylight / Hydraulic Flat Sheet Press when using these spray pots?
We do not recommend this method of applying pressure.
Who are Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Solutions?
PSA Solutions Ltd, are: Spray Adhesive Suppliers, based in Leicestershire, UK.
We have a large range of: Spray Glues, in our Leicester warehouse, ready to be dispatched - normally - within 2-3 days.
So if you can not see the adhesive you are looking for contact our friendly sales team for free advice.
Where can I find out more?
To find out even more technical information about pressure sensitive adhesives please see this Wikipedia page.
Construction Spray Glues in Action
Roofing Spray Glues in Action
Demonstrating: 22L H40 - Koolduct Joint Spray Adhesive