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UPM Raflatac, Inc: Freezer-grade hot melt adhesive

UPM Raflatac launches a range of products featuring RH15, a new freezer-grade hotmelt adhesive for the Americas market.
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RH15 is designed to adhere to frosty, wet or moist packaging. And, it can also be used for standard, unfrozen applications.

Many adhesives will not stick to a product if it has been frozen during the packaging process. But, UPM Raflatac's RH15 products offer a solution to this labeling challenge. High initial tack and lasting adhesion allows these labelstocks to adhere to items with high condensation, moisture or frost – including corrugated cardboard. They’re ideal for food packaging and greenhouse/plant nursery environments, as well as retail information; and logistics and transport labeling. It’s even appropriate to use them for indirect poultry labeling; RH15 will stick to frozen and thawed poultry packaging, and it is compositionally compliant with FDA regulation 21 CFR 175.105 - Adhesives.

In addition to the standard product range, RH15 adhesive is offered through UPM Raflatac’s Menu Service, making it available with a multitude of facestocks and liners.

A demonstration video is available on our website.
 

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