EVA 11000 Cps Hot Melt Glue For Book Binding Chips EVA-KG-10
|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Certification:||ISO9001 ISO14001 IATF16949|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||25 KG|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 work days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
|Product:||EVA Hot Melt Adhesive||Component:||EVA|
|Appearance:||White Chips Solid||Solid Content:||100%|
|Shelf Life:||24 Months||Melt Viscosity:||11000±1500mpa·s (170℃)|
|Softening Temperature:||93±5 ℃||Operating Temperature:||170～180 ℃|
|Usage Scope:||For Art Paper Or Coated Paper With A Weight Of≤157G/m²||Application Industry:||Book Back Binding Adhesives|
EVA hot melt glue for book binding,
11000 cps hot melt glue for book binding,
chips glue binding
China Manufactory Bulk EVA Hot Melt WANLI® KG-10 White Chips Solid with Viscosity 11000±1500mpa·s (170℃) for Coated Paper with A Weight ≤157G/m²
Wanli® EVA hot melt adhesive KG-10 for book back bonding is a ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer with 100% solid content. KG-10 is specifically developed for book wireless binding. KG-10 is featured perfect bonding strength, fast curing, suitable for automatic hot melt glue binding book production line.
Wanli® EVA hot melt adhesive KG-10 is used for book back wireless bonding. KG-10 is suitable for art paper and coated paper with a weight of ≤157G/m².
|Application Material||Book Back Binding Adhesives|
|Appearance||White Chips Solid|
|Application Industry||Book Back Binding Adhesives|
|Operating Temperature||170～180 ℃|
|Softening Temperature||93±5 ℃|
|Melt Viscosity||11000±1500mpa·s (170℃)|
|Usage Scope||For Art Paper or Coated Paper With A Weight Of≤157G/m²|
|Shelf Life||24 Months|
Perfect bonding strength.
Suitable for automatic hot melt glue binding book production line.
The package of KG-10 is suitable for various dispensing equipment.
The recommended operating temperature is 170℃~180℃, which depends on the equipment, substrate and environment and other conditions.
Store up the product KG-10 at cool & dry area and avoid direct sunlight. The storage temperature should be not more than 35℃ and away from open fire or heat source.