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National Adhesives: National Adhesives: Labeling adhesive

The National® 34-4942 hot melt adhesive for roll-fed labeling machines from National Starch & Chemical (Bridgewater, NJ) is said to permit trouble-free machining without slinging or stringing.
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FILED IN:  Machinery  > Labeling

Suitable for applying laminated PP labels to PET and glass. The adhesive requires heating to only 250F and shows no fiber tear in refrigerated environments from 40 to 20F.

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