Solid Translucent EVA Hot Melt Glue Book Binding Polyamide EVA-8221
|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:||Translucent Solid||Solid Content:||100%|
|Shelf Life:||2 Years||Melt Viscosity:||6000±1000mpa·s (160℃)|
|Softening Temperature:||88±5 ℃||Operating Temperature:||150～170 ℃|
|Usage Scope:||For Art Paper Or Coated Paper With A Weight Of ≤157G/m²||Application Industry:||Book Back Binding Adhesives|
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Factory Hot Sale Bulk EVA Hot Melt Adhesive WANLI® 8221, Translucent Chips with Viscosity 6000±1000mpa·s (160℃) for Book Binding in Graphic Shop
Wanli® EVA hot melt adhesive 8221 for book back bonding is a ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer with 100% solid content. 8221 is specifically developed for book wireless binding. 8221 is featured high bonding strength, curing quickly, suitable for all kinds of hot melt glue binding book production equipment.
Wanli® EVA hot melt adhesive 8221 is used for book back wireless bonding. 8221 is suitable for art paper and coated paper with a weight of ≤157G/m².
|Application Material||Book Back Binding Adhesives|
|Appearance||Translucent Chips Solid|
|Application Industry||EVA Hot Melt Adhesive for Book Back Binding|
|Operating Temperature||150℃～170 ℃(Depend On Equipment, Substrate, Environment And Other Conditions)|
|Softening Temperature||88±5 ℃|
|Melt Viscosity||6000±1000mpa·s (160℃)|
|Usage Scope||For Art Paper or Coated Paper With A Weight Of ≤157G/m²|
|Shelf Life||2 Years|
High bonding strength.
Suitable for all kinds of hot melt glue binding book production equipment.
The package of 8221 is suitable for various dispensing equipment.
The recommended operating temperature is 150℃~170℃, which depends on the equipment, substrate and environment and other conditions.
Dry, cool, avoid direct sunlight, not more than 35℃.