What is Corrugated Plastic?
Corrugated plastic packaging and product assembly is a quickly growing field and until now finding a bulk hot melt that provides excellent bond strength and optimal set time has been difficult if not impossible.
There are three main types of corrugated plastic, laminated sheets, profile sheets and honeycomb, also called bubble sheets. No matter what kind of corrugated plastic you are using, it is a great replacement for fiber corrugated when there is an opportunity to reuse the packaging. It can also hold up to weather and other variables in the environment.
Why Use Polypropylene Corrugated Packaging?
- Reusable - offers a longer life cycle
- Lightweight yet sturdy
- Flexible, versatile and impact resistant
- Doesn't absorb moisture
Where Is Polypropylene Corrugated Used?
- Agriculture Packaging
- Retail Packaging
- Carrying Boxes
- And Much More
Hot Melt Glue Sticks for Corrugated Plastic Assembly
The Infinity SuperTAC 500 is our favorite glue stick for corrugated plastic applications. It works great with plastics that are traditionally difficult to bond including PP, PE, PET and PVC plastics. It also works with other porous substrates. The SuperTAC 500 reliable for specialty product assembly and manufacturing applications like battery assembly and construction.
Another option for bonding plastics like PP, PE and PC is the 3M 3764 hot melt. It offers an excellent bond to notoriously difficult substrates and good flexibility, even at low temperatures.
Bulk Hot Melts for Corrugated Plastic Assembly
As far as bulk hot melt goes, the Ad Tech 189-800 hot melt is the go-to for corrugated plastic like PP and PE. With a 25 second open time and 5 second set time, it's great for plastic applications. It also has no dependence on moisture or humidity and an excellent pot-life.
We also have a great option by Infinity Bond for plastic labeling, which is the Infinity Melt 6065 and it works on a variety of plastic substrates. This bulk hot melt is specially designed for bonding paper-backed film or free film labels to plastic and may also be used for laminating plastic films.
Questions? We Are Here to Help
Whether you have questions about which hot melt formula will be best for your application, dispensing options or something else, contact us. Our knowledgeable team of glue experts will be happy to help you find the perfect solution for your application.