Product Description

Low-temp Hot Melt Adhesives: Part of Jowat Green Adhesives

Sustainability is diverse. This is not just about the use of renewable resources or recycled materials, but about so much more. The reduction of energy costs is also the focus of companies that have committed themselves to environmental and climate protection. Finally, the ongoing optimization of job security also plays a key role. Jowat Green Adhesives contribute to these goals and help companies to make their bonding processes – and thus also part of their everyday business – more sustainable and responsible.

 

Jowat-Toptherm® 256.10  is a versatile high-performance hot melt adhesive for a wide range of packaging applications. It impresses in the bonding of trays, cases and folding boxes due to a broad spectrum of adhesion and very clean processing. Jowat-Toptherm® adhesives specially tailored to the requirements for packaging operations have been well established in the different applications of packaging companies for many years. Jowat-Toptherm® 256.10 is a modern hot melt adhesive with universal properties. The adhesive is characterized primarily by a wide range of adhesion coupled with a clean cut-off at the nozzle and high thermal stability in the melt.

Therefore, it facilitates the reliable bonding of challenging surfaces and at the same time reduces maintenance costs due to minimized soiling. Companies all around the world are using Jowat-Toptherm® 256.10 with confidence for the packaging of frozen food because of the very high cold resistance of the adhesive. The modern hot melt adhesive is based on a formulation with a MOAH content below the typical detection limit and is therefore an equally interesting partner for producers of dry or fatty foods with a long shelf life, for instance sweets, cereals, rice, pasta or bakery products.

Product Features

Jowat-Toptherm® 256.10

  • For bonding operations in packaging processes, e.g. of cases, trays and folding boxes.

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