Schaefer water based adhesives and hot melt adhesives have been formulated for use in roll coating machines. These adhesives provide excellent bond strengths and a proven track record. The water based adhesives can be applied by roll coater, spray, or brushing, and offer easy cleanup with water. Hot melt adhesives offer high strength bonds to a wide variety of substrates, and proven performance in both roll coaters and dispensing equipment fed by heated hoses.

Water Based Adhesives:

LD100A – Fast setting adhesives for gluing paper labels to paperboard, corrugated, paper, and glass. Lamination of paperboard and chipboard.

LF150 – Adhesive with extended tack time to allow repositioning and smoothing of wrinkles on large labels, posters, and printed sheets. Excellent layflat characteristics. For mounting large labels or facesheets to paperboard, corrugated, and foamcore, bonding labels to glass.

LR200 – An excellent fast setting general purpose adhesive with high wet tack. Provides a bond with a high degree of moisture resistance. For bonding labels to glass, plastic bottles, metal cans, paperboard and corrugated. Also used for bonding foam to corrugated and for corrugated build-ups.

CL300 – For gluing coated label stocks with varnished or coated glossy surfaces that are difficult to bond with other adhesives.

The water-base adhesives are packaged in easy to handle 2 ½ gallon containers. These can ship with UPS, and are much easier to lift than typical 5 gallon pails. These adhesives are also available in 1 gallon jugs and 55 gallon drums.

Hot Melt Adhesives:

#121 Hot Melt – A hot melt adhesive with a delayed set. This material has high tack for several minutes after it is applied, then sets to a tack free condition. It has good temperature resistance and is excellent for bonding foam, corrugated, wood, leather, and many other materials. Application temperature is 315 – 350 degrees F.

The #121 hot melt is quite versatile, and is used in a wide variety of product assembly and packaging applications, It comes in a pellet form (about ¼” dia), and is packaged in 25 lb cartons.