Hot Melt Adhesive Net with paper Suppliers

Hot melt adhesive net with paper can be used in home textile,  curtain,bag and so on. we produce Hot melt adhesive net with paper in white and black color. Maximum width is 112cm.
Pinghu Zhanpeng Hot Melt Adhesive Web & Film Co., Ltd.

Pinghu Zhanpeng Hot Melt Adhesive Web & Film Co., Ltd. was founded in 2000, located in Pinghu, Zhejiang Province, China. From Shanghai to our Company only takes 25 minutes by high-speed railway. We are Hot Melt Adhesive Net with paper Suppliers and Factory in China.

The company professionally research and produce various kinds of hot melt adhesive materials, including EVA、PA、PO、PES、PU、HDPE apertured films, PE film for the wrinkle-free shirt, hemming web, hot melt net with/without backing paper, and other hot melt adhesive related materials. And Thermoplastic adhesive film and seam sealing tapes for apparel, textile, automotive and the craft and hobby markets, garment linings, vehicle interior decorations, shoe materials, furniture, filtration, medical treatments, construction materials, and other fields. As Wholesale Hot Melt Adhesive Net with paper Company, we are experienced in exporting our products to worldwide.

We offer service and experience of thermo-adhesive nets/webs/films with or without backing paper and Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Melt-blown Non-woven Fabrics as well as strong expertise of laminating.

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  • Jiaxing High-tech R&D Certificate
  • Pinghu R&D Center Certificate
  • Zhejiang Science and Technology Small and Medium Enterprises Certificate
  • Test certificate OEKO-100
  • Pinghu invention patent certificate
  • High-tech Enterprise Certificate
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The versatility of Hot Melt Adhesive Net With Paper

Substrate Compatibility: Hot Melt Adhesive Net With Paper demonstrates excellent adhesion to various substrates, including:
Paper and Cardboard: Ideal for packaging applications such as carton sealing, box assembly, and laminating.
Plastics: Bonds well to a wide range of plastics, including polyethylene, polypropylene, PET, PVC, and more, making it suitable for product assembly, product packaging, and labeling.
Wood: Effective for woodworking applications such as edge banding, veneering, and laminating.
Textiles: Useful for bonding fabrics in garment manufacturing, textile labeling, and non-woven assembly.
Foams and Foam-like Materials: Bonds foam materials for insulation, cushioning, and packaging purposes.
Metal: Some formulations can bond to metals, enabling applications in automotive assembly, appliance manufacturing, and construction.
Application Methods: Hot Melt Adhesive Net With Paper can be applied using various methods, including:
Roll Coating: Suitable for continuous applications in industries like packaging and label manufacturing.
Spraying: Enables even coverage over large areas and irregular surfaces.
Extrusion: Commonly used in automated assembly lines for precise application on specific parts or components.
Dot Dispensing: Provides controlled placement for bonding smaller parts or for creating adhesive patterns.
Environmental Conditions: These adhesives can be formulated to withstand different environmental conditions, including:
Temperature Resistance: Options available for both low and high-temperature applications, making them suitable for freezer packaging, automotive interiors, and outdoor signage.
Moisture Resistance: Some formulations offer resistance to moisture and humidity, ensuring durable bonds in environments prone to moisture exposure.
Chemical Resistance: Certain formulations provide resistance to chemicals, oils, and solvents, enhancing performance in demanding industrial environments.
Industry Applications: The versatility of Hot Melt Adhesive Net With Paper extends to various industries, including:
Packaging: Used for sealing, labeling, and assembling packaging materials such as boxes, bags, and cartons.
Automotive: Applied in interior trim assembly, headliner bonding, wire harnessing, and gasket sealing.
Construction: Utilized in woodworking, panel lamination, insulation bonding, and modular construction.
Textiles and Apparel: Employed for bonding seams, attaching labels, and manufacturing non-woven fabrics.
Electronics: Used for component assembly, potting, and wire tacking in electronic device manufacturing.