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”.
Slautterback’s (Monterey, CA) all-electric, 115-vAC and 230-vAC AT25 Melt Units are equipped with DX5, a 5-zone, solid-state microprocessor temperature controller featuring RTD temperature readout, alarm shutdown, high temperature protection, sensor alarm and standby indicator.
A professionally produced video is available for JR-1™ Hot-melt Applicator System from Slautterback (Monterey, CA). Video describes features of the system and depicts numerous applications in actual work settings.
The JR-1(TM) Hotmelt System from Slautterback (Monterey, CA) is designed for light-duty, hot melt adhesive packaging applications. The system's lightweight hose and its integrated "cool-touch" L6 Handgun design assist operators in gaining access to confined work areas where hot melt material can be dispensed at a variety of angles.
Slautterback's (Monterey, CA) Autotech® AT15 hot melt unit permits one or two supply hoses to be attached to its 15-lb tank. A microprocessor-based controller regulates not only the individual temperatures in the tank hoses and applicator but also the timing function that controls pump operation.
Slautterback (Monterey, CA) is offering a free subscription to its quarterly newsletter, Slautterback Horizons. Contains features, announcements of new product launches and hot melt technical approaches to solve a wide array of assembly, packaging, graphic arts, converting and heated-fluid-transfer challenges.
A three-fold paperboard CD holder, patented in England, required an unusual hot melt application in its production. Slautterback (Monterey, CA) used two modular M104 applicators to precisely deposit 80 hot melt dots in a pattern conforming to the rounded finished package shape.
A four-page color brochure describing Slautterback Corp.'s (Monterey, CA) line of hot melt adhesive extrusion nozzles is now available. It has information on single- and multi-orifice nozzles for de-positing adhesive patterns in a variety of cartoning and packaging applications.
Slautterback (Monterey, CA) has introduced the JR-5 hot melt adhesive applicator. It is a manually operated, self-contained system consisting of a melt unit and the LF Handgun attached to an electronically heated hose.
Slautterback (Monterey, CA) has introduced the Dual V3 Pump for its line of hot melt applicator units. The pump doubles the adhesive flow rate compared to a standard V3 pump, says the company, and allows two different applications to be performed simultaneously with two distinct pressure settings.
Slautterback (Monterey, CA) will display its newest hot melt adhesive applicator at Pack Expo West. The KH100 High Output Melt Unit can operate up to six heads and is supported by a complete range of pattern control accessories.
Slautterback's (Monterey, CA) new S200 automatic spray head applies hot melt adhesive in a fan, stipple, or swirl pattern. A single moving part in the adhesive valve and no dynamic seals permit long life in industrial environments, says the company.