The starch glue for paperboard laminator is ideal for paper-packaging applications like cartons and corrugated boxes, which has good initial viscosity and strong adhesion.
The starch glue for paperboard laminator is ideal for paper-packaging applications like cartons and corrugated boxes. As a readily available and low-cost option that is easy to apply, starch glues are popular with high-volume orders and are particularly effective for boxboard material which requires a strong bond. Starch glues share some attributes with dextrin glues, but its primary highlights include natural origins, cost-effective solution and ability to accommodate a wide range of viscosities and thicker consistencies. The starch glue for paperboard laminator is used in various paper tube machinery and equipment, and can replace white latex and polyvinyl alcohol glue. The glue not only has fast initial viscosity, but also has fast drying, and the hardness and moisture resistance of the paper tube are better than that of white latex and polyvinyl alcohol.
The starch glue for paperboard laminator has good initial viscosity and strong adhesion, making it easy to penetrate into the paper to produce adhesion. It is easy to store. The sticky cardboard carton has a firm and flat appearance which will not run or absorb moisture easily. This use of unique production process contributes to the extremely stable quality. And the application to pasting paper brings convenience in use, good weatherability and quick natural drying.