January 2024 

 UV acrylic hot melt adhesives offer several advantages over traditional solvent-based adhesives.

In the fast-evolving world of industrial adhesives, UV acrylic hot melt adhesives are emerging as a game-changer, offering distinct advantages over traditional solvent-based adhesives. These innovative adhesives are gaining attention due to their unique properties and the benefits they bring to various industrial applications. From being environmentally friendly to offering cost-effective solutions, UV acrylic hot melt adhesives are setting new standards in adhesive technology.

Of the several advantages, four stand out:

1) Environmentally Friendly: They do not require the burning off or reclaiming of solvents, leading to lower overall energy consumption. This makes them a more sustainable choice.

2) Low Capital Investment: The use of UV acrylic hot melts requires less equipment and real estate, contributing to a reduced initial investment compared to conventional adhesives.

3) Lower Operational Costs: Operating UV acrylic hot melt systems can be a one-person job, and the short make-ready time reduces waste, contributing to lower operational costs.

4) Compact Machine Footprint: These adhesives eliminate the need for dryers and solvent mitigation equipment, allowing for more efficient use of space.


UV acrylic hot melt adhesives are opening doors for a variety of organizations both large and small, coaters and non-coaters alike and creating new opportunities in the market.


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About Elite Cameron, Inc | TS Converting, Ltd.

The company specialise in manufacturing innovative solutions for the slitting, coating and laminating of a wide range of substrates. Their CW and CS range of slitting machines have been exported worldwide with many large corporations selecting them as their preferred vendor.

They specialise in providing tailored designs that suit the customers’ requirements often incorporating roll handling, packing and transportation solutions.

Their range of conventional and UV Hot Melt coating machines have been extremely popular with companies looking to move away from solvent and water-based systems.

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