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Hot Melt Adhesive Film

TPU hot melt adhesive film

EVA hot melt adhesive film

PES hot melt adhesive film

PO hot melt adhesive film

PA hot melt adhesive film

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Detail Introduction

 

What is Hot Melt Adhesive Film?

 

Hot melt adhesive film is a malleable adhesive with a specific temperature range. Its physical state changes with the temperature, but the chemical properties remain unchanged; it is non-toxic and tasteless and an environmentally friendly chemical product.

 

Hot melt adhesive film is a bonding material applied to two substances, the same as double-sided tape. With superior bonding performance and strong resistance to washing, it has become a heat transfer material for the seamless bonding of many heat-resistant textiles. It has a low melting point, high elasticity, dry/wash resistance, colorless and transparent, abrasion resistance, cold resistance, acid resistance, anti-mold, and anti-bacterial properties.

 

What Types of Hot Melt Films Can Be Classified?

 

Several major hot melt adhesive films include PES, PA, EVA, and TPU. These hot melt adhesive films are ideal for environmentally friendly bonding materials.

 

What Are the Areas of Application of Hot Melt Adhesive Films?

 

Hot melt adhesive film is widely used in embroidery labels, armbands, trademark bonding, suitable for clothing, shoes, hats, bags, medical, military coats, sportswear, toy products, and other fields. Firm adhesion, easy operation, low cost can replace the traditional turning needle.

 

What Are the Main Products and Practical Application Scenarios of Hot Melt Adhesive Films?

 

Tpu Hot Melt Adhesive Film

 

Tpu Hot Melt Adhesive Film & Base material: 

 

single silicon release paper product specifications: thickness 0.05-0.25mm hot melt adhesive: TPU pressing temperature: 120-150 ℃

 

Pressing time: 10-20s curing speed: 4min bonding range: nylon fabric, polyester fabric, blended, wool, cotton, TPU, paper, and other types of materials; cotton, nylon fabric, lycra, and other kinds of elastic fabric composite processing; nylon fabric, polyester fabric, blended, cotton, leather, ABS and different types of materials.

 

Po Adhesive Film

 

Base material: single silicon release paper
Product specification: Thickness 0.04-0.25mm
Hot melt adhesive material: PO 
Pressing temperature: 130-160℃
Bonding range: bonding of aluminum and other metal types

 

Eva Hot Melt Adhesive Film

 

Base material: single silicon release paper
Product specification: Thickness 0.04-0.25mm 
Hot melt adhesive material: EVA 
Pressing temperature: 110-130℃
Pressing time: 6-10s 
Application range: PET\leather\non-woven fabric\wood\paper and other laminating fields

 

PA Hot Melt Adhesive Film

 

Base material: single silicon release paper
Product specification: Thickness 0.05-0.25mm 
Hot melt adhesive material: PA 
Stamping temperature: 150-180℃
Stamping time: 12-20s
Applications: embroidery badges/trademark backing and other fields

 

Pes Hot Melt Adhesive Film

 

Base material: single silicon release paper
Product specification: Thickness 0.05-0.25mm 
Hot melt adhesive material: PES 
Stamping temperature: 140-160℃
Pressing time: 12-18s 
Applications: conductive cloth, embroidery badges / woven label backing, flocking transfer, textile lamination, PVC high-frequency lamination, and other fields.

 

What Are the Advantages of Hot Melt Adhesive Film?

 

Hot melt adhesive film is divided into two categories, thermoplastic hot melt adhesive film, and thermosetting rerongjiaom, according to the use characteristics, with the following features.

1、Good consistent and uniform adhesive thickness.
2、Easy processability, solvent-free, and easy to process.
3、Good adhesion to many objects.
4、Thickness of 0.1-0.203MM, the color of translucent/amber.
5、Can be punched and cut into precise shapes and sizes, suitable for purely manual or automated applications

 

What Is Hot Melt Lamination Film?

 

Hot melt lamination is a process in which two or more layers of materials are fused together with adhesive dots. Its properties depend on the type of polymer, molecular weight, and process. It has a relatively low viscosity and is heat and moisture resistant. Its tack (or wetting ability) is controlled by a resin that controls the amount of adhesive emitted by the material.

The manufacturing process is complex and can involve multiple materials, such as polyethylene and a variety of other substrates. The most important factor in this process is adhesion, which can be tricky to achieve. The adhesive is the key to the final product's appearance. Therefore, it is important to choose the right kind of adhesive based on the desired look and the substrate's requirements. The following are some common characteristics of hot melt lamination films.

The adhesives used in hot melt lamination are often called super-glues because they bond two surfaces. They are very strong, and they can hold up under tough conditions. This is one reason why hot melt lamination is so popular. These films are available in rolls as long as 500 feet. Unlike most other lamination films, they do not require a liner. They bond instantly with heat when activated. The film contains virtually no water, and the laminated materials are ready for cutting immediately after application.

 

Hot melt adhesives are an environmentally friendly alternative to solvent-based and water-based adhesives. 

 

Unlike traditional dry lamination, hot melt glues don't expose the substrate to direct heat. They do not require a drying step, which can use up a lot of energy. They are also more flexible and tough than other lamination methods. Aside from being environmentally friendly, they can provide a high level of productivity.

Hot melt adhesives have a number of advantages over solvent-based adhesives. They are more flexible and environmentally friendly than solvent-based adhesives. In addition to being environmentally friendly, hot-melt adhesives are also better for the environment than their dry counterparts. Because hot melt is highly reactive, it is a more environmentally friendly alternative than solvent-based ones. Compared to traditional dry lamination, it is also faster and more effective.

 

In addition to its environmental benefits, hot melt plays a major role in the manufacture of electronics. 

 

In fact, it is present in almost every electronic device on the planet. Because of this, it is necessary to use industrial hot melt with special properties that will not damage sensitive electronic components or withstand vibrations. 

Another advantage of hot melt adhesive is that it is 100% solid, but becomes liquid once it is heated. Its melting temperature ranges from 80 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, and it cools to its solid form. It is also important to note that hot melts are not completely solid, and they can become brittle or break when exposed to cold temperatures. However, they do not break easily. Hence, it is important to ensure that they meet the specific requirements of the lamination process.

 

Hot melt adhesives are used in many applications to improve the barrier properties of a product.

 

 For example, in the construction of electronic devices, these films can be used as a protective layer. Other types of adhesives are used to create different kinds of packaging. Aside from these, there are numerous types of films. The most common are BOPP, nylon, and PET. These materials are used for a variety of applications. The different types of adhesives used for lamination can also be thermal and wet bonding.

Hot melt adhesives are applied using different methods. In the first method, the adhesives are heated in an off-line melting unit and are then delivered to a hot melt coating unit. This type of adhesive is applied using conventional processes such as gravure, slot die, and knife-over-roll. In the second method, hot melt adhesives are fused with other materials to form a multilayer laminate. These films can be used to bond many different types of materials.

 

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