Side seam and dot gluing
Used for primary packaging, folding boxes provide additional benefits, and do not only protect the product during transport and storage. Folding boxes are increasingly used as advertising media and communicate brand images and product quality. Therefore, they have become more customised with regard to their function, form and degree of finishing – from embossing, to perforation, printed sheet lamination, and varnish coatings.
Jowat also supplies dispersions from the Jowacoll®product range for longitudinal seams and point gluing of folding boxes. These adhesives are characterised by excellent mechanical processing characteristics and very good adhesion even to demanding, coated or lacquered surfaces.
Corrugated cardboard is the most used packaging material worldwide. The lightweight material is very stable, eco-friendly and can be finished in many ways. Dispersion adhesives from Jowat are used for laminating the cardboard with high-quality papers during the finishing step. These adhesives provide superior adhesion properties and the ideal processing characteristics for all individual requirements.
Manufacturers’ joints of corrugated cardboard boxes are usually bonded. This method provides several benefits compared to stapling and taping: a high degree of automation, reduced downtimes, and an attractive appearance. Jowacoll® dispersion adhesives for this application facilitate a reliable and permanent bond – even at high feed speeds.
- based on PVAc
- based on copolymer
based on PVAc
based on copolymer
The products listed only represent a limited selection of the available product portfolio. Product availability might differ by region. The technical data, characteristics and field of application provided in the table outline the differences between the individual adhesives of the product portfolio. Our Application Technology Department and our Sales Representatives are on hand to provide advice and support you finding the best adhesive for your particular application.
Note: The information on this page is based on test results from our laboratories as well as on experience gained in the field, and does in no way constitute any guarantee of properties. Due to the wide range of different applications, substrates, and processing methods beyond our control, no liability may be derived from these indications nor from the information provided by our free technical advisory service. Customer trials under everyday conditions, testing for suitability at normal processing conditions, and appropriate fit-for-purpose testing are absolutely necessary. For the specifications as well as further information, please refer to the latest technical data sheets.