Hot Melt Adhesive Web Suppliers

Pinghu Zhanpeng Hot Melt Adhesive Web&Film Co.Ltd  is specialized in Hot Melt Adhesive Web and have four types: PA,PES,TPU and EVA. We are one of the Chinese manufacturer which holding the complete range and stable quality of the products which is Eco-friendly, excellent in water and dry wash resistance.
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 Web 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 Web 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 impact of surface treatment on ensuring the durability and lifespan of hot melt adhesive mesh bonding

Cleaning: Before applying the hot melt adhesive web, it's essential to clean the surfaces thoroughly to remove any contaminants that could hinder adhesion. This includes dust, dirt, oil, grease, rust, and other residues. Contaminants can create barriers between the adhesive and the substrate, leading to weak bonds or bond failure over time.
Degreasing: In industrial applications, surfaces may need to be degreased to remove oils and greases that can interfere with adhesion. Solvent-based cleaners or specialized degreasing agents may be used to ensure the surfaces are clean and free from any oily residues.
Abrasion: In some cases, especially with smooth or non-porous surfaces, abrasion may be necessary to improve adhesion. Abrading the surface with sandpaper, abrasive pads, or abrasive blasting techniques creates a roughened surface, enhancing the mechanical interlocking between the adhesive and the substrate.
Chemical Treatment: Certain substrates may benefit from chemical treatments to promote adhesion. For example, primers or adhesion promoters can be applied to the surfaces to improve bonding performance, particularly with materials like plastics or metals that are inherently resistant to adhesion.
Surface Activation: Some substrates, such as certain plastics, may require surface activation techniques to enhance adhesion. This can involve methods like plasma treatment, corona treatment, flame treatment, or chemical etching, which modify the surface properties to increase surface energy and promote bonding.
Drying: After cleaning or treatment, it's essential to ensure that the surfaces are completely dry before applying the hot melt adhesive web. Moisture or residual cleaning agents can compromise adhesion and lead to bond failure. Proper drying methods, such as air drying or using heat, should be employed as needed.
Compatibility Testing: It's important to conduct compatibility testing to verify that the surface preparation methods used are suitable for both the substrate materials and the hot melt adhesive web being employed. Compatibility testing helps ensure optimal adhesion and bond strength under various operating conditions.

The variations in the composition of hot melt adhesive web for different applications or materials

Polymer Composition: Hot melt adhesive web formulations vary based on the polymer types used, such as ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA), polyolefins (e.g., polyethylene, polypropylene), styrene block copolymers (e.g., SBS, SEBS), polyamides (PA), polyesters (PET), and polyurethanes (PU). Each polymer offers distinct properties in terms of adhesion strength, flexibility, and temperature resistance.
Additives and Modifiers: Formulations may include additives and modifiers tailored to specific performance requirements. These additives can include tackifiers for improved adhesion, plasticizers for enhanced flexibility, antioxidants for stability, UV stabilizers for resistance to ultraviolet degradation, fillers for viscosity control or cost reduction, and cross-linking agents for improved heat resistance and mechanical strength.
Viscosity Profile: Hot melt adhesive webs come in various viscosity grades to suit different application methods and bonding requirements. The viscosity profile is adjusted through the selection of polymer types, molecular weight distribution, and processing conditions. Different viscosities accommodate spraying, slot coating, extrusion, or other application techniques.
Application Temperature Range: The temperature range for applying hot melt adhesive web varies depending on the formulation. Typically, application temperatures fall between 120°C to 180°C (250°F to 355°F). Adhesive formulations are optimized to ensure proper bonding and adhesion while avoiding substrate damage or adhesive degradation.
Substrate Compatibility: Hot melt adhesive web formulations are designed to adhere to specific substrates effectively. Compatibility considerations include various materials such as plastics, metals, fabrics, foams, wood, and paper. Formulations may be tailored to address challenges posed by low surface energy substrates or surface treatments like coatings or laminates.
Environmental Compliance: Formulations can be engineered to meet environmental standards and regulations. This includes considerations such as low VOC emissions, compliance with regulations like REACH, and suitability for food contact applications in accordance with FDA regulations.