hot-setting adhesive

hot-setting adhesive

An adhesive that requires a temperature of 212°F (100°C) or higher to set it.
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Contrary to the usual practice of setting-up a straight line, a U-shape configuration was chosen, which means that a single operative does not have to run up and down a line that could be 15m long but there is still enough space within this layout for the carton blanks and for all seven magazines that contain leaflets, blanks, sleeves and cushions, plus the sacks with granules for the hot-setting adhesive units.