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286.82 Jowatherm® EVA hot meltID28682
Universeller gefüllter EVA Schmelzklebstoff von Jowat® zur Kantenklebung mit sehr guter Haftung und hervorragender Oxidations- und Farbstabilität.

Prix sans Livraison, hors taxe TVA et COV si applicable.


For bonding e.g. edgebands made of HPL, CPL, polyester, resinated paper, solid wood and veneer. The compound properties and the reverse primer coating of the edgeband materials have to be tested for application suitability in all cases before use. Can be used for straight edgebanding.

Characteristics / Directions for Use:

Long open time, high hot tack, good adhesion and good heat resistance. Outstanding colourfastness and oxidation stability in the melt. Very good mechanical processing characteristics with accurate hot melt application without stringing. Our Application Technology Department and our Application Specialists will provide technical data to assist you in your choice of an appropriate product for your requirements. Please observe the information in the section “Remarks”. General bonding requirements The properties (e.g. surface tension, plasticiser content…) and the conditioning of the substrates, as well as the processing conditions (e.g. ambient temperature, humidity…) will influence the processes of joining and bonding. Customer tests under consideration of everyday production conditions are therefore absolutely necessary to define stable process parameters and to ensure that the product is fit for purpose. For best bonding results, the materials to be bonded should be free of dust, oil, and grease, and be dry. Wood moisture content should be at 8 – 10 %. Ideally, the minimum temperature should be at 18 °C. Avoid draught.


Preliminary mechanical cleaning while hot (e.g. with a spatula). Remove any residues in the application environment when cold using Jowat® Cleaner 402.40. Safety instructions: Safety instructions: The German Adhesives Association developed the following recommendation concerning the processing of hot melt adhesives which are not subject to classification: “When hot melt adhesives are melted, vapours may be set free. The composition and amount of the vapour depends on the type of adhesive, the application method, and the processing temperature. The instructions of the manufacturer, especially with regard to the processing temperature, must be strictly adhered to. Vapours are to be extracted with suitable extraction and ventilation systems.” The Technical Leaflet “Voluntary warning information for hot melt adhesives not subject to classification” can be made available upon request.


The product should remain stored in closed original containers, dry and cool. For best-before date, please see container label.


Information about packaging types and units is available upon request.


For further information concerning safety, handling, transport and disposal, please refer to the Safety Data Sheet. The information on this data sheet is based on test results from our laboratories as well as on reported experience gained in the field by our customers. It can, however, not cover all parameters for each specific application and is therefore not binding upon Jowat, nor should it be relied upon in lieu of your own required testing. The information given in this leaflet does not represent a performance guarantee. Unless otherwise agreed with our customers, the values stated in the section “Specification” shall be regarded as the finally agreed upon product properties. No liability may be derived from the information contained herein nor from the information provided by our free technical advisory service.

Please refer to the "Download" tab for the safety data sheet.

Base Ethylen-Vinylacetat (EVA)
Viscosity at 200 °C [mPas]: 62,500 ± 12,500
Processing temperature 190 – 210 °C
Density at +20 °C [g/cm³] approx. 1.3 ± 0.05 (Jowat test method)
Appearance of the glue film braun
Minimum temperature for materials, glue, and room air [°C] 18
Setting time not applicable
Open-Waiting-Film 8 ± 3 Sekunden (Jowat Prüfmethode bei 190 °C)
Softening range approx. 80 ± 5 °C (Kofler bench)
Feed rate 8 – 16 [m/min]