WELCOME TO THE BOSTIK BLOG

195

April 17, 2018 - Rigid Packaging

Reduce Packaging Spend with Smart Case and Carton Sealing

In today’s world, packaging manufacturers must meet increasingly high output demands while facing pressures to lower costs. Therefore, it’s important to keep in mind the impact adhesives can have on overall production capabilities and efficiencies. Gain insight into how one adhesive enables manufacturers to reduce overall spend while streamlining operations.

Kizen® is a smart hot melt adhesive designed specifically to address today’s case and carton sealing adhesive challenges. Based on a water-white technology, this product line offers ease of use and strong bonds, reducing packaging spend in the following ways:

  1. Broad Bonding Capabilities

Bonding to a wide range of substrates, Kizen enables plants to choose whichever material best suits their needs and budget. In particular, this case and carton sealing adhesive has low viscosity, which makes it ideal for bonding to difficult materials, like corrugated.

reduce packaging spend

  1. Wide Processing Window

Kizen is able to accommodate different production line requirements, speeds and conditions. This means that plants need to keep only one case and carton sealing adhesive in stock to fulfill all packaging orders. By reducing adhesive SKUs, plants are able to reduce overall costs.

  1. Enhanced Performance

Low-stringing, Kizen is ideal for intermittent coating patterns, which reduces adhesive consumption and associated costs. Additionally, as a low charring case and carton sealing adhesive, equipment wear and tear is decreased along with maintenance costs and downtime.

For more information on how Kizen is the smart case and carton sealing option, visit www.bostik.com/kizen, or call 800-7-BOSTIK today.

 

Share With Others

NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP

Want to stay up-to-date on industry information and Bostik news?
Sign up for our newsletter!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Translate »