US-based packaging solutions provider Packsize has launched its new Hot Melt Adhesive, which is designed to remove stickiness out of custom box-making.
Based on metallocene copolymer technology, the new adhesive will reportedly offer high-quality adhesion, char-resistance, and high/low-temperature performance in the most demanding conditions.
The new adhesive has been particularly designed for all the Packsize On Demand Packaging corrugated box-making machines.
The company says that its new adhesive improves ODP system performances, helping reduce production costs.
The customised boxes produced using Packsize On Demand Packaging machines feature a glue flap of varying types, depending on the box design.
The company said that its adhesive, applied to a box flap, ensures that the box withstands heavy handling.
Last December, Packsize partnered with Bell and Howell in a bid to support the production of a wide range of corrugated ODP machines.
Under the new partnership, Bell and Howell agreed to provide equipment maintenance, inspection and repair services throughout North America for the Packsize ODP systems, which are responsible for the creation of right-sized boxes.
Both parties have also agreed to perform upgrades on Packsize’s hardware in order to extend the life of existing equipment.