An essential part of appliance assembly, it is vital to choose an efficient adhesive to bond the cooling coils to the freezer cabinet or refrigerator. The adhesive can dramatically improve the assembly processes and allows the appliance to adhere to new energy savings classifications.
Energy Efficiency Improvements
By using thermal conducive butyl adhesives, the appliance's thermal energy transfer improves drastically, reaching up to 20% more thermal conductivity than thermal mastics. During the insulation foam injection process, the adhesive also acts as a protective barrier, which further increases the energy efficiency of the appliance.
Decreased Adhesive Use
The conductive butyl adhesives offer good internal strength and a higher tack than thermal mastics and so allows plants to reduce their use of adhesive.
Compared to thermal mastics, the conductive butyl adhesives decrease waste created during the manufacturing process. Tape, for example, is not needed as a process aid.
On top of this, waste production does not occur during drum turnover.
Typically, the lower 5% of the product's container is thrown away during cooling coil bonding; considered too difficult to use. But by using the correct adhesive (such as the conductive butyl adhesives, with their smart packaging form), the rest of the product can be used efficiently with many cost savings.
Thermal conductive butyl adhesives are applied at specific temperatures, enabling manufacturers to control viscosity during the application of cooling coil bonding. This makes the process more precise, whereas thermal mastics have to be applied at room temperature and viscosity cannot be controlled.
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