Bostik exhibited its line of specialty hot melts, powders, webs, films, membranes, and filtration adhesives for nonwoven assembly applications at this week’s IDEA® 2022 in Miami Beach, Fla. The company’s multi-layered, technical films were on display at the show. Reportedly low melting to reduce energy usage, these films offer hydrolysis and UV resistance to improve end-use application longevity.
The company also showcased web adhesives that possess increased durability compared to other low-melt polyolefin webs and ideal adhesion to temperature-sensitive substrates, such as polyethylene nonwovens and contoured polyester fabrics. In addition to enhancing design options, these webs reportedly offer intermittent and continuous coating capabilities, which increase manufacturing flexibilities.
“Bostik looks forward to exhibiting at this year’s IDEA and appreciates the opportunity to all come together once again,” said Derek Hofsess, business development manager for the global assembly market. “In today’s rapidly evolving world, we understand the increasing need to use the right assembly materials that improve end-use applications while reducing the environmental footprint. We look forward to having the chance to learn more about industry professionals’ needs and how we can help.”
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