t.akustik Contact Glue

Acoustic Adhesive

  • For acoustic convoluted, pyramids and basotect
  • Solvent-free
  • Elastoplastic
  • Single-component special polymer adhesive
  • Fast-curing and more universal than structural and assembly adhesives
  • Especially for the punctual and all-over adhesion of soundproofing and acoustic elements made of foam in particular melamine and polyurethane foam
  • Adheres to customary construction substrates such as concrete, plaster, masonry, cement and wood
  • 310 ml/ 490 g Cartridge
  • For 0.5 m² to 3 m² depending on the substrate and adhesive technology (punctual/ all-over)
  • Note: Working temperature + 5° C to + 50° C
  • Storage: Cool and dry at + 5° C to + 25° C
  • Skin building time: 10 - 15 min
  • Colour: White
  • Consistency: Pasty
  • Base: Polymer dispersion
  • Spec. mass: Approx. 1.58 g/cm
  • Protect from frost and heat
  • Suitable hand-held cartridge gun: Article Nr. 417630 (not included)
  • New follow-up product: Article Nr. 481723 (not included)

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Glue that works and is easy to apply - read on to find out how
Kristian2622, 04.01.2016
Before I applied the glue, I had read pretty much all reviews here and realized that there's a bit of confusion as to how the glue should be applied and used. I put the best together, applied some common sense and ... it worked :)

This was the first time I attached acoustic panels onto a wall using a glue, and a second time in my life I used the sealant gun. 5 days after the application, the panels are still in place.

So.... If I could do it, you can do it.

What you need:

- Sealant gun to apply the glue.
You can get one in ANY hardware/DIY store. The glue bottle is exactly like the bottles bathroom sealants come in so any sealant gun would work. It can also be called a 'caulking gun'.

- Pencil, measuring device and spirit level (ideally a laser one).
That's all for measuring and making sure that your panels are nicely levelled. You want your studio to look professional, not sloppy.

- A nice wall.
Here's the deal - for any glue to work, it must form the bond with both surfaces. This will not work if your wall is greasy, dirty, painted with water-repellant paint etc. You may want to repaint your studio walls and ceiling with at least two layers of basic, non-glossy paint... and then wait a couple of weeks for the paint to dry out properly. This was exactly what I did after moving in to my new place.

- A helper.
Large acoustic panels will block your view of the markings you made on the wall. A second person will help you move the panel precisely to the desired position.

Important!
Do one tile/panel at a time and keep the window open. The glue does not stink much, but you can certainly sense the smell.

1. Plan ahead - make sure you know where you want to put your acoustic tiles/panels. I used several sheets from a common squared paper notebook.

2. Apply the glue on back side of the panel/tile.
Small tiles: 5 blobs (1 cm circle) of glue - 4 corners (1.5 cm off the edges) and center. You'll do no wrong if you just create a simple square and a blob in the middle.
Large panels: Create a wave pattern around the perimeter of the panel about 2 cm from the edge). Then do the same connecting the opposite corners (think 'confederate flag'). I'd attach a photo but there's no such option here.

3. Carefully lift the panel/tile and take it to the wall - maneuver it to the desired position but still keep it 2-3 centimeters (1 inch in old money) from the wall. Here's where the helper comes in to make sure you hit all the marks you made on the wall.

4. Press the panel/tile against the wall.

5. Apply mild pressure along the areas where you applied the glue. You will feel how the tile/panel is actually sucked onto the wall.

6. Move on to the next panel...

One tube was enough for 7 pieces of EQ Acoustics Classic Wedge 30 tiles and 8 pieces of t.akustik HiLo-N40 panels.
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EMTH, 28.09.2020
I did what it was supposed to! Just remember to buy enough.
You use it very fast!
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Perfect for foam pads, tape didn't work at all
Kappadegoodboi, 02.12.2020
I tried mounting some t.akustik HiLo-N40 pads on the walls of my home studio with double-sided tape, as I suspected that if I use this adhesive, when I decided to dismount them chuncks of foam would come off too.

I followed every guide, I used four different kinds of double-sided tape (even industrial tape especialy made for foam) and it just didn't work. The pads kept falling off the walls. I even left one in a press machine overnight, the tape just didn't want to stick to the foam. The place I live is pretty humid so that may be a factor. Feel free to try it out yourself but I wouldn't recommend it as it's time consuming and frustrating.

I got three bottles of these for about 20 t.akustik HiLo-N40 pads. One bottle and a half did the job. Using a silicon gun is pretty easy, no challenge there.

The pads are there for good, don't seem to be falling anytime soon.

No pressing!! Just a slight push is enough.

Sticks on cement, brick, glass, wood and plastic easily.

tl;dr
I tormented myself with all kinds of tapes for weeks. Got the job done with this adhesive in about an hour.
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Best product in market
AlexGeo, 17.12.2019
It is actually great as I used this on wall and ceiling. The good thing abou it is that it becomes like a chewing gum so if you want to remove it from the wall then you can easily do it without destroying the wall. Best product in the market by far,
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