Down here in Australia enerbond adhesive is relativly new. It seems to do the job although it seems to run out of propellant before running out of glue.Its also a bugger to get out of the spout when unused for a while, what are your experiences with it in the states?
thanks, John Walker
J & B Walker Master Builders
Never heard of it. What is it ?
Is this an expanding urethane foam adhesive? EnerBond sounds like a brand name.
*ENERBOND SF, if it is the same product is a brand name for a urethane foam adhesive manufactured by Flexible Products Company of Canada,Inc. Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 1E4 http://www.flexibleproducts.comI have been using it for about 4 years now and despite initial misgivings find it an excellent product for certain applications.I have used it to adher drywall to wood, concrete and ICF, used it on occassion for subfloor adhesive and other wood to wood joints. It tends to be expensive here, especially when you factor in the gun applicator. They run about $40US and with care during daily use, may last 6months before rebuild or new one. One problem is the cleaner you need to run through the gun periodically tends to decompose the O-rings in the gun. But by far the biggest damage to the guns are users that forget to close it off for awhile allowing the foam to set. Then the gun is toast.Like any glues, ENERBOND has it's uses and performs well but is not universal.walk good david