What is Corrugated Plastic, and how does it work?
Finding a bulk hot melt that combines great bond strength and optimal set time has been challenging, if not impossible, in the realm of corrugated plastic packaging and product assembly.
Laminated sheets, profile sheets, and honeycomb, sometimes known as bubble sheets, are the three basic varieties of corrugated plastic. When there is a chance to reuse the packaging, no matter what type of corrugated plastic you choose, it is an excellent replacement for fiber corrugated. It can also withstand weather and other environmental factors.
What Are the Advantages of Polypropylene Corrugated Packaging?
- Reusable – provides a longer lifespan.
- Lightweight but tough
- Flexible, adaptable, and resistant to impact
- It doesn’t absorb water.
What Is the Purpose of Polypropylene Corrugated?
- Packaging for Agriculture
- Packaging for the retail market
- Boxes to Transport
- And a Lot More
Glue Sticks for Corrugated Plastic Assembly from Apel USA
For corrugated plastic applications, we recommend the MITREAPEL HS100 glue stick. It works well with plastics that are difficult to bond in the past, such as PP, PE, PET, and PVC. Other porous substrates can also be used. For specific product assembly and manufacturing applications such as battery assembly and construction, the MITREAPEL HS100 is dependable.