Bona US has launched its latest innovation, Bona QUANTUM® FLOW. This one-component, silane-based, adaptable wood floor adhesive is easily pourable and provides contractors with an efficient and easy application process. Bona’s full line of zero VOC flooring adhesives, includes the new Bona QUANTUM FLOW, and carries the stringent GREENGUARD Gold Certification.
“Bona QUANTUM FLOW is a perfect complement to our existing lineup of adhesive products and tools,” said Wayne Highlander, director of adhesive sales. “With the same premium features and benefits flooring contractors expect from products like Bona QUANTUM R851, this new product offers a pourable application option to quickly and easily spread the adhesive on the floor.”
Bona says that with outstanding “green-grab” properties, open time and ridge stability, this product gives flooring contractors the power to spread the adhesive quickly and effortlessly on the floor. Additionally, it provides acoustical sound deadening properties making it ideal for use in commercial spaces.
Bona QUANTUM FLOW prevents warping and buckling caused by humidity changes over time. It is also extremely durable, offering superior bond strength over traditional adhesives on the market today. With its quick set time — typically ready for foot traffic in just two hours — Bona QUANTUM FLOW is easy to clean, won’t stain hands, and will not harm or etch the finish on pre-finished floors.
At the upcoming NWFA Expo in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Bona will offer a live demonstration of Bona QUANTUM FLOW on Wednesday, May 3, 2023 at 1:05 p.m. Expo attendees can also visit Bona’s booth (#1012) for more information.
Highlander continued, “Contributing to safer and more sustainable building products and practices is core to our business. Our full line of GREENGUARD Gold certified flooring adhesives combine exceptional performance qualities with a safer installation environment which is a win for all involved.”
GREENGUARD Gold Certification (formerly known as GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certification) offers stricter certification criteria, considers safety factors to account for sensitive individuals (such as children and the elderly), and ensures that a product is acceptable for use in environments such as schools and healthcare facilities. It is referenced by both The Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) and the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Building Rating System.