DriTac introduces eco-friendly resilient flooring adhesives

Home Press Release DriTac introduces eco-friendly resilient flooring adhesives

Clifton, N.J.—DriTac Flooring Products has introduced Eco-5900 MegaBond and Eco-5700 StrongBond, environmentally friendly adhesives for resilient flooring. Eco-5900 MegaBond is a premium-grade, resilient flooring adhesive that has been specially formulated to help minimize vinyl plank shrinkage.

Eco-5700 StrongBond is a contractor preferred, adhesive that provides aggressive bond strength for the interior installation of luxury vinyl tile, luxury vinyl plank, fiberglass backed sheet vinyl and carpet tile in addition to cork, rubber and foam underlayments.

Both are professional grade, pressure sensitive adhesives that offer high moisture resistance and high shear strength with easy clean and easy spread formula characteristics.

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