Application: EVA Hot Melt Adhesive Pellet 1102, excellent spine adhesive, perfectly for binding books, manuals, catalogs and magazines spines, suitable for various types of bookbinding applicators. This model is especial designed for coated paper with 200g coated paper or less.
|Processing temperature [°C]:||150 – 160|
|Softening range [°C]:||approx. 75 ± 5|
|Open time at 160 °C**:||medium (GC test method)|
|Viscosity at 175 °C [mPas]:||4,500 ± 500|
Characteristics: Very good resistance to oxidation. Good thermal stability, heat resistance. Excellent initial bonding and proper thermal tack. Great color stability. No string. Smoke free and low odor. Good weatherability and operation friendly.
Directions for Use: Adjust the viscosity and open time through temperature control. Melt in about 5-10°C higher during summer season. Do not mix use with other adhesive models and types. Tank lid should be closed immediately after pellet filling. Temporary machine shutdown for over 2 hours, temperature should be lowered to 130°C to avoid adhesive aging. If over 8 hours, tank should be emptied and new material should be used.
General bonding requirements: The process of bonding and joining with hot melt adhesive depends on many factors, such as the properties (surface tension, plasticizer content…), as well as the bonding process conditions (environmental temperature, humidity…). Therefore, clients should take into consideration of their everyday production conditions and test our models to get the most propriate and stable parameters. For best bonding performance, substrates should be dry and free of dust, oil and impurity. Process with a minimum temperature of 20°C and avoid windy environment.
Cleaning: Use spatula to remove glue material while still hot at first and then cleanse residues with proper hot melt adhesive cleaner.
Safety instructions: Wear protective glass and gloves while pouring adhesive pellets into the tanks. Forbidden fires.
Storage: Sealed in cool and dry containers and avoid direct lightings, with temperature below 35°C and avoid heating and fire.
Shelf-life: 12 months under proper conditions.
Remarks: For further information concerning safety, processing, transport and storage, please refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet or our after-sale personnel. The information we provide is based on our test, as well as experience provided by our clients. Therefore, they may not be possible to cover all application parameters. Please contact us for our specialists suggestions and samples will be provided for test in specific applications.