Shure-Glue’s (Cincinnati, OH) NC-10 hot melt unit is built for light-duty, low-volume adhesive applications. Simple to operate, the NC-10 is equipped with an electric, motor-driven gear pump suitable for hand gluing and product assembly.
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The PG24D hot melt adhesive pattern generator from Slautterback (Monterey, CA) is a solid-state, microprocessor-based unit. It enables the programming of adhesive application in time increments ranging from 0.001 to 9.999 sec or in length increments from 0.01” to 99½”.
Using UV energy, the Simpl-Seal® Model 10-GM200 is a downsized version of Partner Pak’s (Huntington Beach, CA) larger sealers. Within a footprint of only 6’x2’, the machine uses 220V, 15-amp single-phase power.
Feeding up to six gun modules without hoses, Nordson's (Duluth, GA) TG09 adhesive applicator sustains melt temperature and pressure for even and precise glue placement and cutoff, according to manufacturer.
New Model H-400 hot melt adhesive applicators from Nordson Corp. (Duluth, GA) are said to provide double the service life of H-200 designs. Thanks to a small chamber between the nozzle and needle tip, guns deliver exceptional adhesive cut-off to reduce rejects and clean-up.
Viking (New Smyrna Beach, FL) will introduce its Titan line of hot melt adhesive dispensing equipment, featuring backup safety shutoff systems that continuously monitor low/high temperatures and open/short conditions.