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Hot Melt Adhesive is Common in the Industry

Date:19-06-2017

Hot melt adhesives are produced in large quantities for more and more industries for DIY and home repairs. This is because the hot melt adhesive has some amazing features, attracting a large number of users. Hot melt is non-toxic, providing excellent temperature and heat resistance, and can be tolerated at any volume requirement.

 

Hot melt adhesives are so-called "reactive" adhesives because of the need for a chemical reaction to bond the adhesive. There is a need for some moisture to initiate a chemical reaction and produce adhesive bonding. The good news is that there is enough water in the air around us, usually in the glued material. 24 hours of curing so that the moisture in the air reacts with the hot melt to form a strong bond.

 

Many industries now incorporate hot melt technology into their processes. Everything from footwear to mattress to ship structure is turned to use hot melt adhesive to maximize the use and flexibility of use, using temperature and humidity tolerances and reducing labor time. Cabinets and furniture manufacturing rely on hot melt adhesives. Woodworking benefits from a range of hot melt applications, whether it is your hobby or the business sector. Fast curing and low strength properties make this adhesive available in woodworking plants.

 

Hot melt adhesives can be versatile, no matter how hard your adhesive base is. It can be bonded to plastic, glass, PVFs, aluminum, stainless steel and other metals. Most electronic and automated assembly lines benefit from the need for drying time or fast curing of adhesives, and can be bonded regardless of temperature fluctuations or contact with water. Hot melt adhesives perform well in window sealants, gaskets, foams, corrugations, fabrics, plastics, particleboard and light metal applications. Flooring, alteration, countertops and shower walls benefit from the ease of use and fast curing times of hot melt adhesives.