hotmelt

hotmelt

A thermoplastic material used as a coating, sealer, or adhesive for wood and other materials.
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7 mm, chromated alloy 5754, bonded with PUR hotmelt.
Through the acquisition of Novamelt GmbH based in Wehr, Germany, we further strengthened our position in pressure sensitive hotmelt adhesives," he said.
The company also supplies electrical parts, such as flow meters for hotmelt system, the digital cam, defect vision system.
With its Technomelt PUR product range, Henkel has reached a leading position industry-wide in moisture-curing reactive polyurethane hotmelt adhesives.
With this transaction, Henkel, a leading global provider of adhesives, sealants and functional coatings, will further enhance its competence in the area of hotmelt adhesives.
The parts of the house, which is being constructed by DUS Architects, are being printed with the KamerMaker, or RoomBuilder, using a recyclable compound hotmelt which is 75 per cent plant oil, Metro.
The printer, more or less a large RepRap housed in a shipping container, is using a type of plastic -- an 80% bio-based hotmelt, developed by German chemical company Henkel -- to print pieces that will be assembled into a complete house.
We just do sanding, finishing, drilling and then assemble with hotmelt and staples.
Dressing with pressure-sensitive labels or with cold-glue or hotmelt labels
A hotmelt adhesive developed for cool-temperature, air-blown label dispensing has been introduced by Westlake Village, California-based Avery Dennison.
The hotmelt polyamide adhesive flows without the pressure required by traditional materials, thus minimizing stress to components.
This is a UV-curable acrolate plastic, not the hotmelt wax jetted through ThermoJet.