H.B. Fuller to unveil new adhesives at Printpack show

Printpack India 2019: Hall 9, Stand F-7


H.B. Fuller, a leading global adhesives provider focusing on perfecting adhesives, sealants and other specialty chemical products to the packaging industry, will unveil two innovative, water-based adhesives for existing and new industries at Printpack India 2019. H.B. Fuller will display its products at India Expo Centre’s Hall 9, Stand F-7. Technical experts and business leaders from the company will be available for interaction and product demonstration during the show. H.B. Fuller believes that its innovative adhesive technologies will help manufacturers to enhance their products’ performance and quality, while increasing operational efficiency.

The company’s Swifttak 5625 is a revolutionary solution designed for excellent water resistance performance on corrugated side seam applications. Swifttak 5625 covers multiple applications and improves production efficiencies. This non-corrosive, non-abrasive water-based adhesive enables Indian manufacturers to achieve FEFCO 9 standards, and it makes less impact on equipment, reducing machine downtime and spare parts costs. It also helps deliver a strong side seam bond for all corrugating boards with kraftliner, testliner or carton. Additionally, Swifttak 5625’s approval for direct food contact makes this innovative adhesive ideal for the manufacturing of paper straws, an important new consumer product driven by increasing demand for greener, more sustainable products.

Swifttak 5580 is H.B. Fuller’s OEM-approved, water-based, side seam adhesive for folding cartons. It provides premium performance on contactless nozzle systems. Its high initial tack and minimal tailing at high speeds helps deliver rapid package integrity, and makes it ideal for high-speed application lines. Swifttak 5580 is suitable for a wide range of substrates used in the production of folding cartons.

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