Planatol Planamelt HSP- High Speed Performance

Planatol GmbH expands its product group Planamelt, the hot melt technology for the further processing of graphic products. The new Planatol Planamelt HSP combines simplicity and efficiency with highest quality. The plasticizer-free Planatol Planamelt HSP hot melt adhesive is ideal for perfect binding of books, catalogues, brochures or magazines on all common automatic perfect binding machines. It can also be used for subsequent rounding of the book spine and for gluing thread-stitched brochures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Planatol Planamelt HSP– High Speed Performance
for the further processing of graphic products.

Softener-free back glue with excellent stapling effect and excellent adhesive strength.

The polymer base of the Planamelt family gives the adhesives various advantages over a standard EVA back glue that benefit the user. The adhesives have been tried and tested in practice and impress with their better adhesive strength and better oxidation stability, which requires considerably less cleaning and is therefore more gentle on the processing equipment. Furthermore, Planatol Planamelt products convince by a good oil resistance, significantly better blade edge adhesion and durability of the finished products. The considerably lower odour emission as well as the higher heat and cold resistance have a very positive effect on process reliability.

As the abbreviation “HSP” for High Speed Performance already suggests, Planatol Planamelt HSP scores with uncomplicated, efficient bonding. Combined with a very short open time and setting time, this adhesive is ideal for very short processing lines or times. Even with difficult papers, the new and innovative hot melt can be processed very well and is predestined for many digital printing products due to its universal applicability.

The cost-efficient adhesive guarantees a very high economic efficiency, as only a small application quantity is required and thus a reduction of the adhesive consumption results. The associated savings potential in maintenance and machine costs not only has a positive effect on costs, but also protects the environment.