Hot melt adhesive film is now one of the essential raw materials for many industries, especially in textiles, where the amount of hot melt adhesive film is particularly high. Then, when the usage is very high, manufacturers often need to keep stocks so normal production is not affected.
So, what issues do you need to be aware of when storing hot melt adhesive films? Here's a brief explanation.
First of all, according to the characteristics of hot melt adhesive film, it is a kind of adhesive product that will melt at a certain temperature, so it is necessary to pay attention to the storage, can not be placed in a place where the temperature is too high. Extra attention is needed, especially for some low melting point hot melt adhesive film products. Once the ambient temperature is too high, the hot melt adhesive film will partially melt, which will lead to mutual bonding between the adhesive layers and eventually lead to usage problems.
In addition, hot melt films need to be stored in such a way as to avoid oil contamination, i.e., they should not be stored together with motor oil. Once the surface of the hot melt film is contaminated with oil, it will have a great impact on the bonding quality of the hot melt film and will lead to problems with the bonding of the product.
In addition, hot melt films need to be stored away from the sun. As a polymer material, hot melt film is essentially a plastic product. Exposure to excessive sunlight will accelerate the aging process and affect its life cycle.
These are some of the things to note about hot melt film storage. In general, hot melt film is a good product to store, so don't worry too much about its storage. If you have more questions about the hot melt film, please feel free to consult us.
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