Epoxy Hot Melt Adhesive Packaging For Carton Sealing - White
CAS No.: 24937-78-8
Other Names: NNL
EINECS No.: 429-840-1
Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
Classification: Hot Melt Adhesives
Main Raw Material: RESIN
Brand Name: NNL
Model Number: NNL-35
Type: Hot melt Packaging
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: 25kg/bag, packed in poly bag.
Delivery Detail: Within two weeks after receiving 30% deposit.
1.Own factory , raw material and equipment , which makes it perfect
and trust worthy for saving your cost.
2. Samples send to you freely
3. Delivery on time, quality according to customer request
4. OEM, ODM is welcome
5. Support small wholesale, retails. Any inquires will be replied
within 24 hours
- What are hot melt polyamide adhesives?
Hot melt polyamide adhesives are solid adhesives at room
temperature, contain absolutely no water and solvents, and are
mainly composed of thermoplastic resin. Generally speaking, hot
melt coaters, known as applicators, are used to melt hot melt
adhesives. Guns are used to apply these adhesives in their liquid
state to the adherend, which is then crimped, cooled, and adhered.
The time required to complete the adhering process is only the time
required to cool and solidify the adhesive, which makes it possible
to adhere objects to each other in a few seconds to a few minutes.
- What can you tell me about the open time and setting time?
Hot melt adhesives melt under high temperatures. You have to apply
these adhesives to an object and adhere another object to it before
these adhesives cool and lose their adhesive properties. The open
time is the period of time from when the adhesive is applied to the
adherend to when the adhesive cools to the point that it loses its
adhesive properties. The open time is normally a length of time
from a few seconds to a few minutes and is determined on the basis
of the usage conditions, ambient environment, and hot melt adhesive
mixture. The setting time is the period of time until the hot melt
adhesive applied to the adherend cools, solidifies, and exhibits
its initial adhesive strength.