cold glue

cold glue

A glue which is a cold-setting adhesive.
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Further answering Charbonneaux' needs for a highly flexible production, Sidel was able to supply a cold glue labeller that efficiently manages the wide variety of labels.
Adhesive Equipment is used in adhesive industry, including Industrial Hot Melt, Adhesive Controllers, Cold Glue Applicators, Pneumatic Adhesive Applicators, Adhesive Pumping Systems and Application Guns
Labeling methods and speeds include pre-cut labels with cold glue or hot melt at 72,000 containers/hr, reel-fed labels with hot melt at speeds to 81,000/hr, and self-adhesive reel-fed labels up to 60,000/hr.
The company provides self-adhesive, hot melt, cold glue, roll-fed, and sleeve labeling systems.
Green Man Brewery experimented with different packaging strategies, including wet cold glue application for small batches and off-site bottling, before gearing up for production in-house.
Compact, Cold Glue Labelers Delivers Output at 120 BPM and Reduces Maintenance Costs
In 2012 the Vietnamese Nestle plant turned to P.E.LABELLERS to solve a big problem involving labelling: the application of a thick and glossy wraparound label, with cold glue on truncated conical formats at a rather high speed; an almost impossible feat while respecting the client's specifications and the very low application tolerances imposed by them (lower than a millimetre).
For decades, cold glue was the norm for label application.
Use a cold glue gun to then stick on miniature foil covered eggs or you could stick on some of those little decorative Easter chicks.
NorthStar manufactures cut and stack cold glue applied labels for beer, automotive and petroleum products; in-mold labels for household chemical and non-alcoholic beverage markets; and pressure sensitive labels.
In an essay entitled "The Guiding Light" (written in 1985 to accompany "Infotainment," the first substantial touring exhibition of works by Nature Morte's artists, plus fellow travelers Peter Halley, Laurie Simmons, and Sarah Charlesworth), I remarked that "my generation is defined by its experience of peacetime (lacerated occasionally by terrorism), the atomization of history's authority, and perhaps most singularly, the cold glue of television." We were TV kids.