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In the packaging industry, the most frequent use of adhesives is for case sealing and labeling. Hot-melt adhesives usually fill this role, as well as pressure sensitive tapes. Hot melts provide a quick, easy and cost-effective way to seal packaging on in-line automated machinery as well as by hand. Pressure sensitives are offer similar benefits for applications where heat or glue-application is an issue. These solutions are often used to adhere all types of paper and plastic, and are effective on a wide variety of other surfaces. In addition to package sealing, thermosetting resins can be used industry to cast high-quality, temperature resistant packaging.
A two–component, room temperature cure epoxy system designed as a wet surface patching or gap filling adhesive. It can be used with fiberglass tape as a bonding impregnant and has good resistance to exterior exposure.;
A two part, medium viscosity epoxy resin system. It provides excellent electrical insulation and it can be used as an adhesive for metals and most plastics. it exhibits excellent resistance to moisture, acid, bases and most organic solvents.;
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