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Maintenance and handling of Bison products under low temperatures

If Jack Frost visits the country again, it also has consequences for the maintenance and handling of your Bison products!

Jack Frost!

If Jack Frost visits the country again, it also has consequences for the maintenance and handling of your Bison products! Due to low temperatures, adhesives and sealants could freeze to pieces. To safeguard the good quality of your products, we will give you a few tips!

If you wish to search for the application temperatures of your products, you can find them on the product page.

Maintenance and handling of your Bison products:

  • You need to store all water-based adhesives. If your adhesives get frozen, then they are unusable. Water-based adhesives: Wood Glues, Wallpaper Pastes, Montagekit Super Strength, Montagekit Extreme Grip, Montagekit Transparent, Acrylic Sealants.
  • In case of your Polyurethane adhesives, you need to store the adhesives at a temperature of 5 degrees or higher to preserve the good quality. If the adhesive is stored under colder condition, you need to allow the adhesive to reach (room) temperature. Do not force the heating, otherwise you run the risk of your product becoming unusable.
  • You can store Bison Kit® and Bison Tix® at a temperature of 5 degrees or higher. Should your Bison kit®or Bison tix® get frozen, then you can allow it to reach (room) temperature gradually. Do not force the heating, otherwise you run the risk of your product becoming unusable.
  • PVC Kit needs to be stored at a temperature of 5 degrees or higher. If your adhesive is frozen, then allow it to reach (room) temperature gradually and then stir the adhesive thoroughly. Do not force the heating, otherwise you run the risk of your product becoming unusable.
  • Poly Max® you should store at a temperature of at least 5 degrees in order to preserve the quality. If the assembly adhesive is stored under colder conditions, you need to allow it to reach (room) temperature gradually. Do not force the heating, otherwise you run the risk of your product becoming unusable.
  • Acrylate sealants can freeze and hence need to be stored at a temperature of 5 degrees. If your sealant is frozen, you need to allow it to reach (room) temperature gradually. Do not force the heating, otherwise you run the risk of your product becoming unusable.
  • Silicone sealants need to be stored at a temperature of 5 degrees or higher. If your sealant is stored under a lower temperature, you need to allow it to reach (room) temperature gradually. Do not force the heating, otherwise you run the risk of your product becoming unusable.
  • You need to store all adhesives in aerosol spray cans at a temperature of 5 degrees or higher. If the aerosol spray can is stored below 5 degrees, you need to allow it to reach (room) temperature gradually. Do not force the heating, otherwise you run the risk of your product becoming unusable.

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