ADCOTE 33-216

Adcote™ HS 33-216 is an ambient liquid, heat seal coating. Adcote HS 33-216 is a room temperature-applied fluid heat seal coating designed for application on solvent-stable substrates, such as polyester and oriented polypropylene films, laminated polyethylene structures, aluminum foil, and paper. Adcote HS 33-216 permits subsequent heat sealing to a variety of substrates, including aluminum foil, paper, and such plastics as polyester, polyethylene, polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride, and polypropylene.

Features & Benefits

Coatings based on Adcote™ HS 33-216 are slightly hazy, have good blocking resistance, and good hot tack properties. Adcote HS 33-216 is specifically recommended as a heat activated coating for polyethylene and  polypropylene containers.

Key Properties

Application Method
Gravure|Smooth roll transfer
Coating Weight
3.0-5.0 lbs/ream
Carrier
n-Propyl Acetate, VM&P Naphtha, Shellsol WHT
Chemistry
Ethylene Vinyl Acetate
Color
White Liquid
Density
7.0 lbs/gallon
Recommended Diluent
n-Propyl Acetate, VM&P Naphtha
Drying Web Temperature
200 °F
Key Performance Benefits
peelable bonds, broad adhesion
Shelf Life
360 days
Applied Solids
18-20 %
Supplied Solids
20 %
Solvent
n-Propyl Acetate, VM&P Naphtha, Shellsol WHT
Apply To Substrate
LDPE,HDPE, Foil
Seal To Substrate
LDPE, HDPE, Foil, PET, PETG, Paper
Thinner
n-Propyl Acetate, VM&P naphtha
Nominal Application Temperature
Room Temperature
Bond Strength
900 gli
Viscosity
100-400 cPs @ 25 °C

Techincal Resources

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