VIDEO EXPLANATION

Please, just take your time, watch the instruction video twice, and then start cutting into your trays in order to join them together.

Glueing the trays

The glue is put onto the bottom glue joint but NOT between the overlapping of the trays. There should be a 1/4 inch or 6mm gap between the overlapping of the trays. Extra glue has to be scraped off with a steel putty knife. Always use as little glue as possible. Excessive glue will damage the trays which is NOT covered by warranty.

As principal rule the use of glue must not exceed 1/3 of a tube per glue joint. The glue must dry for at least 24 hours at 68° Fahrenheit or 20° Celsius. If the temperature is bellow that, the dry time will increase. It`s important to keep the temperature constant during drying. The glue contains an organic solvent, so always use breath protection and gloves during the glueing.

Supporting glued trays

By a maximum load of 14,3 lbs/ft2 or 70 kg/m2 (evenly distributed), the following requirements to supporting the trays must be met: The bench trays must supported every 20 inch or 500 mm interval. A support is placed at max. 3 inch or 70 mm from the glue rim.

IMPORTANT: This MUST be under the tray part WITH glue lip, see as an example the drawing. A support is placed at 8 inch or 200 mm. from the edge of the tray. Notice the sump (A), which can NOT rest on the sub support.

Supporting individual trays

By a maximum load of 14,3 lbs/ft2 or 70 kg/m2 -evenly distributed, the following requirements to supporting the trays must be met: The trays have to be supported every 20 inch or 500 mm interval.

A sub support is placed at 8 inch or 200 mm from the end of the bench tray. Notice the sump (A), which can not rest on the sub support.