One of the main reasons why hot-melt adhesives are so popular among food packaging applications is because they are free of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which can cause an unpleasant odor and affect food quality. A popular choice in fruit and vegetable packaging, hot-melt adhesive offers resistance in warm climates and is resistant to high and low temperatures. There are also special freezer resistant hotmelts for packages that are stored in the freezer.
All kinds of consumer packaging
Hotmelt also used in many other packaging, from toys and household items to medical equipment. Hot melts ensure a strong bond between paper, cardboard, plastic and other materials, making them a good choice for all kinds of shipping packaging.
One of the best known applications for industrial hotmelts is the closing of boxes. The packaging industry is gradually relying on hot melt to close boxes and boxes effectively. An increasingly seen application is the use for pallet sealing and stabilization.
Hot melts glue all kinds of packaging, from small detailed boxes to large pallets and crates. It also offers the resistance to perform well in different temperatures, making it very suitable for shipping and storage.
Envelopes and bags production
Hot melts are also used in the production of envelopes, bags and corrugated cardboard, in addition to the many applications with cold glue. Hot melts are particularly good on watertight materials, where cold glue usually cannot dry.
- Bonding plastic closures
- Filter production
- Wood processing industry
- Adhesive adhesives
- Label adhesives
- Product assembly
- Non-Woven & Hygiene
- Book binding
- Glue & Hot Melt Cleaning Agents