Millennium KEE/PVC Single-Ply Bonding Adhesive

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Millennium KEE/PVC Single-Ply Bonding Adhesive is a solvent based contact adhesive formulated to adhere KEE and PVC Single-ply commercial waterproofing membranes. It is designed for adhering KEE and PVC roofing membranes to wood, metal flashings, brick or block masonry, insulation, coverboards and barrier boards, and other acceptable substrates

Product TypeContact Adhesive, Solventborne Adhesive

Compatible Substrates & SurfacesBrick, Masonry, Metal, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), Wood

Application MethodBrush, Roller, Spray

Technical Data Sheet

Enhanced TDS

Identification & Functionality

Features & Benefits

Key Attributes
Features Benefits
High-strength adhesive

Excellent long-term uplift performance

Approved for use down to 25°F

Extends the Roofing Season in cold climate regions

VOC content 200 g/l

Single formula approved for use in all VOC regulated markets

Excellent low temperature Spreadability

Easy to apply, saves labor

Tough green strength

Improved workability on vertical surfaces

Applications & Uses

Application Method
Basic Use

Millennium KEE/PVC Single-Ply Bonding Adhesive is designed for adhering KEE and PVC roofing membranes to wood, metal flashings, brick or block masonry, insulation, coverboards and barrier boards, and other acceptable substrates.

Approved Substrates
  • Wood
  • Metal flashings
  • Brick or block masonry
  • Insulation
  • Coverboards
  • Other approved substrates

Approved Membranes

KEE and PVC.

Surface Preparation

All surfaces to be adhered should be thoroughly dry, clean, and free of dust and loose debris. Membranes and substrates should be free of oil, grease, and other contaminants.

Limitations
  • Not for use on EPDM or TPO membranes.
  • Not to be applied direct to expanded or extruded polystirene insulation.
  • Do not apply to wet or damp surfaces.
  • Do not apply when surface temperatures are below 25°F (-3.8°C).
Equipment
  • Solvent resistant paint roller
  • Spray rigs designed to apply adhesives
  • Commercially available adhesive dispensers
Application Method

1. Thoroughly stir the adhesive before and during use. Do not use electric drills to mix the adhesive. Do not thin adhesive. Thinning will affect adhesive performance. The color should be consistent with no solids remaining on the bottom.

2. Millennium KEE/PVC Single-Ply Bonding Adhesive is a contact adhesive that needs to fully “flash-off” before the membrane and substrate surface are joined together. To ensure the adhesive flash-off time is approximately the same, apply the Bonding Adhesive to both surfaces in one application. Bonding Adhesive can be applied using a solvent resistant paint roller, spray rigs designed to apply adhesives or commercially available adhesive dispensers. If the adhesive is spray applied, it is recommended to roll the adhesive with a solvent resistant roller.

3. Position the membrane into place and allow adequate time for the membrane to relax.

4. “Barn Door” fold the membrane onto itself exposing the substrate and bottom of the membrane. Apply the adhesive in a uniform and consistent coat to both the substrate and the underside of the waterproofing membrane, avoiding puddles and light areas. Make sure not to apply bonding adhesive over areas which will be used to create field or flashing seams.

5. Allow the adhesive to fully flash-off and become tacky. Using the finger- push method, check the adhesive by applying pressure with a finger to the adhesive while pushing across the adhesive. Note: the adhesive must be completely dry before mating the membrane with the substrate. Covering wet adhesive and trapping solvent between the membrane and substrate may result in blistering and other surface defects.

6. After adequate flash-off time, roll the membrane onto the adhesive coated substrate and immediately brush the membrane with a stiff bristle broom to ensure maximum contact. 

Properties

Color
Physical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Solids Content (by weight)21 - 27%
Viscosity (Spindle 2, at 20°C)500 - 2,000cPs
VOC Contentmax. 200g/L
Coverage (of bonded surface)45 - 60ft²/Gal
Open Time10 - 30Minutes
Working Temperature Range25 - 90°F

Safety & Health

Safety Information

Do not use in a confined space or around heat, flame or sparks. Prevent fumes from entering building via air ventilation ducts. Avoid breathing adhesive vapors. Wear safety glasses or goggles to prevent contact with eyes. Wear gloves that meet ANSI/ISEA 105- 2005 to protect when applying adhesive. Keep out of the reach of children. Read Safety Data Sheet for complete safety information before use.

Packaging & Availability

Regional Availability
  • Australia & New Zealand (ANZ)
  • Latin America
  • North America
  • South East Asia
Packaging and Coverage

Millennium KEE/PVC Single-Ply Bonding Adhesive is available in the following package:

Pails Size Part # Pails/Pallet
5 Gallon (18.9L) 15271-P35A 45

A coverage rate of 45 to 60 sq. ft. of finished roof, per gallon, should be expected. Coverage rates will vary depending upon the type of substrate and substrate surface. Some substrates are more porous and will absorb more adhesive resulting in a lower coverage rate. Other substrates have smooth dense facers resulting in a higher coverage rate. Coverage rates are based on applications using a 3/8 inch solvent based paint roller cover.

Packaging Information

7.1 (0.85) lbs. shipped in 5 gal. pails

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
12 Months
Storage Conditions
  1. Store in original unopened containers at temperatures between 60°F and80°F.
  2. When stored in cooler temperatures, allow material to warm to room temperature before using.
  3. Do not allow material to be stored in direct sunlight.
  4. Rotate stock. Do not use product past 12 month shelf life.

Shelf Life Conditions

  1. When stored in original unopened containers at temperatures between 60°F (15.6°C) and 80°F (26.7°C), a shelf life of 12 months can be expected.
  2. The expected shelf life can be shortened if product is stored in temperatures exceeding recommended storage levels.