CowDream glue Standard 200 ml
- Two components
- Polyurethane adhensive
- Sets within 30 sec.
- Fully strain after 2-4 min.
Easy and quick application
CowDream glue is a two-component polyurethane glue equipped with a replaceable mixing tip system, thanks to which the glue application is quick and very easy. One cartridge is enough for 8 to 10 glue application depending on the hoof size.
The glue sets within 30 seconds, and after about 2-4 minutes the animal can already walk on the leg to which the block was glued.
In order for the adhesive to stick properly, we must first clean and dry the hoof. The storage temperature should not be below 5 °C because then the adhesive may lose its properties. It is optimal to store the adhesive at a temperature of about 25 ° C. The adhesive can be used both in summer and winter.
Perfect for all types of blocks
CowDream glue is the perfect solution for both wooden blocks, rubber blocks and rubber boots. The use of two-component CowDream glue gives us confidence that the glued block will remain in place at all times.
How to apply the adhesive correctly
The adhesive should be placed in the application gun. Then remove the glue plug and place a mixing tip in its place, which will allow us to mix the glue components. Now align the cartridge with the adhesive by setting it straight up, and then squeeze the gun handle to apply to remove air.
Then remove the small amount of glue that has appeared, so that the two components mix best together. Now you can apply glue to the prepared block, which will then be placed quickly on the cleaned and dried hoof. We recommend using a hot air gun to dry the hoof.
After about 30 seconds, the glue will have set, and after 2-4 minutes the claw will be able to bear the weight of the animal again. The mixing tip should remain on the cartridge until the adhesive is needed again. Only then change the mixing tip to a new one.
It is very important for good adhesion of the glue that the hoofs are properly prepared for this treatment. It must be cleaned and dried. The claw can be cut so that it has a rough surface, thanks to which the grip will be better. Pressing the block smeared with glue can not do it with too much force because then too much glue can flow out and between the hoof and the block its layer will be too thin.
Currently, care and concern for animal health requires a professional approach to treating hooves. Contemporary hoof care is currently undergoing many changes in support and improvement of professional claw treatment. To make the right treatment decision, we need to familiarize ourselves with the characteristics of the ailments that farm animals face.