About Spray Adhesives
There are a multitude of different types of spray adhesives, each offering different strengths, chemistries, and application processes. Whatever your application, we have an adhesive that can meet your needs with a robust portfolio of spray adhesives that includes aerosols, cylinders, hot melt sticks, and bulk hot melt. All of these formulas offer the highest performance and their own set of unique benefits.
Aerosol Spray Adhesives: Simplicity Meets Strength
Aerosol spray adhesives are great for applying a consistent coat of glue because they are dispensed as a fine mist. Most spray glues dry clear and won't bleed through or cause wrinkling, resulting in an invisible bond that preserves original appearances. The easy application allows for hassle-free multiple coats, ensuring strong bonds without added drying times.
Industrial Spray Adhesive Tanks: Large Application & Professional Use
Use industrial spray adhesive tanks when you have a higher volume application. Industrial spray adhesive tanks offer the same convenient benefits of aerosol spray adhesive in a larger, cost-effective container.
Sprayable Hot Melt Glue Sticks: Industry Standard for Delicate Substrates
Hot melt glue sticks might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you are looking for a sprayable adhesive, but they shouldn't be overlooked. Hot melt glue sticks are extremely versatile, easy to use, and have a very long shelf life.
Sprayable Bulk Hot Melt: Cost Savings for High Volume Applications
Use sprayable bulk hot melt when glue sticks just aren't keeping up. Bulk hot melt offers the same benefits as hot melt glue stick formulations in larger cost-saving quantities. Sprayable bulk hot melt is great for very high volume applications.
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Best Seller for Low Volume Applications: Camie 300 General Purpose Aerosol Spray Adhesive
Camie 300 is a general purpose aerosol spray adhesive. Camie 300 gives a fast initial tack and then dries almost colorless. The bond strength created by this spray adhesive can be used for strong temporary or permanent bonding applications.View Details
Best Seller for High Volume Applications: Infinity Spray 770 Industrial Spray Adhesive in Portable Canister
Infinity Spray 770 by Infinity Bond is an incredibly unique high-performance, non-flammable spray adhesive formulated to bond difficult substrates. Use the Infinity Spray 770 for industrial applications where large surface areas need to be covered like panel bonding, ductwork insulation, furniture assembly, and more. Infinity Spray 770 has a very low soak in rate and offers a fast tack.View Details
All Spray Adhesives
- Bonding laminate to various wood substrates
- Upholstery to foam
- Foam to foam
- Fabric to various wood substrates
- Insulation attachment
- Fabric bonding
- Rubber & gasket bonding
- Dispersions - suspended particles that can settle (shake/purge)
- Translucent glue lines
- Non-telegraphing texture, smooth
- Fine, misty particle spray
- Solutions - no particles, no settling (no shaking or purging needed)
- Variable spray pattern
- Minimal spray
- Lace, Web spray
- Strong hold
This is another very difficult question to answer due to the fact that spray glue comes in so many different types. Simply put, some are not strong at all and don't really form a permanent bond whatsoever, while others can hold out several thousand pounds of weight. The fact of the matter is that spray adhesives are generally quite strong, especially the more special types.
Now, when it comes to solvent resistance, water resistance, UV resistance, and impact resistance, exactly how good the glue in question is depends on the exact type and chemical makeup.
Once again, there are so many different types of spray adhesives that we cannot make a general assessment across the board. Therefore, it is recommended that you do some research on specific products in relation to the tasks that you want to accomplish.
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