Hot-Melt EVA Adhesives are made from ethylene and vinyl acetate copolymers and synthetic resins. These products are used in industrial processing for bonding diverse materials, like wood, paper, cardboard, fabrics, foam, plastics, metal, ceramics, and many more.
They feature high elasticity, very good moisture and temperature resistance, excellent adhesion to many surfaces, fast setting time, easy molding and simple processing after curing.
They are also relatively safe to use as they emit low levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which is good for the environment and the health of users. Hot-melt adhesives are used in the packaging, footwear, wood processing and automotive industries, among others.
Hot-Melt PUR Adhesives react with the moisture in the materials being bonded or the air. They can be used to join a variety of materials, like wood, metal, glass, ceramics and plastics. These are the best hot-melt products available on the market. They feature high flexibility, which makes them resistant to vibration, impact and thermal expansion/contraction. The adhesives form strong, durable bonds and show excellent adhesion to a variety of surfaces, both porous and smooth. They are much stronger than traditional hot-melt glue. They can replace more expensive structural adhesives. The adhesives come in many varieties of open time and viscosity. Reactive hot-melt PUR adhesives are widely used in many industries, including automotive, wood processing, electrical engineering, packaging, furniture and footwear. They find multiple applications, including bonding of structural components, decorative parts and laminates, building gaskets, assembling panels or adhesive bonding of electronic components.
Hot-Melt polyolefin-based adhesives are formulated using resins, which are a type of thermoplastic polymer. They come in the form of granules or slugs, which are melted at the right temperature in dedicated melters. Once melted, they become liquid and sticky, allowing them to be applied to a variety of surfaces, including plastics, wood, metal, paper, textiles and more. In order for the adhesive to cure, it is cooled to room temperature or by using other methods such as air or water cooling. Hot-melt PO adhesives are used in many industries, including packaging production, automotive, electronics, textiles, furniture and others. Advantages of hot-melt PO adhesives include short curing time, good adhesion, flexibility and resistance to weather and chemicals. They are also relatively safe to use as they contain no solvents or other harmful chemicals. In addition, hot-melt PO adhesives can be used over a wide temperature range, allowing application in very different environmental conditions.
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