Innovative Roll-on Adhesive Can Be Repositioned During Installation

Jackie Kaufman

February 08,2023

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USKEGO, WIS. – Inpro has launched the first-ever roller-applied adhesive in the building materials industry for rigid sheet wall protection.

This adhesive has an increased coverage rate over mastic adhesives by nearly 50%, allows for repositioning and is compatible with all industry standard primers.


Inpro Bond Roll-on Adhesive can be used for adhering Palladium® Rigid Sheet, Aspex® Printed Wall Protection, Continuum™ Wall Protection and Rubrails firmly to the wall.

This Roll-on Adhesive is water-based and allows for repositioning during installation. It is freeze-thaw stable to allow shipping during any time of the year.

Inpro Bond Roll-on Adhesive dries light blue to reveal any missed area, providing greater coverage than comparable mastic adhesives. With the innovative light blue drying color, contractors can see where they are applying adhesive during installation for an even application.

Inpro Bond Roll-on Adhesive tacks up immediately, significantly decreasing installation time.

“We’re excited to bring Inpro Roll-On Adhesive to the market because of the immense time it will save contractors," said Ryan Roessler, Senior Product Manager at Inpro. "Installers can complete projects faster and with greater ease using the latest adhesive technology in the industry.”

Since 1979, Inpro has been manufacturing products with a commitment to protecting the appearance of buildings and the health and safety of the people who use them. Based in Muskego, Wis., Inpro is the nation’s premier manufacturer of door and wall protection, washroom systems, expansion joint systems, elevator interiors, privacy systems, commercial window treatments, and architectural signage.

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