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Article | March 31, 2002
National Adhesives: National Adhesives: 'Colder' hot-melt adhesive
A new, low-temperature, hot-melt adhesive from National Starch & Chemical (Bridgewater, NJ) has been introduced to improve safety and reduce energy costs.
Typical operating temperatures range from 245?F to 265?F with 250?F as the target 100?F cooler than conventional hot-melt adhesive requirements company says. The Cool-Lok® 34-250A adhesive resists heat and cold during transport and storage and adheres to difficult board stock including recycled and high-performance liners.
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