New Flyer Explains Advantages of COOL-BIND® 2 Bookbinding Adhesives
A new flyer from National Adhesives explains its newest generation of COOL-BIND® 2 technology for bookbinding, which provides binding operations with the machining advantages of low-temperature adhesives without compromising on tough end-use requirements.
According to the publication, the broad range of products in the COOL-BIND 2 family give bookbinders the option of selecting the adhesive properties that perfectly align with their customers’ needs. COOL-BIND 2 adhesives run at 275°F, which greatly reduces char and keeps equipment running smoothly with less maintenance and energy consumption. The lower temperature adhesives also reduce heat applied to the paper stock, reducing the likelihood of wrinkling, and have fast setting times and low VOC emissions.
All the adhesives in the COOL-BIND 2 product line meet National Adhesives’ very high performance standards and provide operating windows as wide as would be expected from conventional 350°F hot melt adhesives, according to the flyer.
The flyer provides details about the COOL-BIND 2 family’s three product ranges: Series 1000, the standard product designed for basic applications; Series 2000, designed for versatile operations on a wide range of equipment and end-use requirements; and Series 3000, which provides ultimate strength and adhesion for the most demanding applications with performance characteristics similar to most adhesives designed to run at 350°F. The publication also includes a performance comparison chart that illustrates the viscosity, open time, set speed, chemical adhesion, toughness, stiffness and cold and heat resistance differences among the various COOL-BIND 2 adhesives.
For a copy of “Bookbinding Adhesives: COOL-BIND® 2,” or for more information on COOL-BIND 2 adhesives, contact National Adhesives, 9435 Waterstone Blvd. Suite 200, Cincinnati, OH 45249. Phone 1-866-266-5565; fax 1-513-683-5310.
National Adhesives is a unit of National Starch and Chemical Company, which had worldwide sales of $3.7 billion in 2006. National Adhesives offers hot melt, liquid emulsion and solvent-borne solution adhesives to customers worldwide. National Adhesives’ products are based on polyurethane, acrylic, rubber, ethylene vinyl acetate, epoxy, polyvinyl acetate and starch and dextrin chemistries. National has its headquarters in Bridgewater, NJ, and is a member of the ICI Group, an Akzo Nobel company.
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