5 Industries Benefiting from Double-Sided Pressure Sensitive Adhesives

5 Industries Benefiting from Double-Sided Pressure Sensitive Adhesives

Over the past few years, we have created a collection of valuable content focused on various user applications for double-sided pressure sensitive adhesives. As a manufacturer, there are many ways to optimize your production process with this type of adhesive. From securing samples and assembling product to protecting your product and stabilizing pallets, PSAs are a versatile solution in many production facilities.

We’ve compiled a list of five industries reaping the benefits of using double-sided PSAs. Interested in learning more about a particular application? View related content and articles by clicking the links below each application. 

  1. Contract Packaging

There are many uses and benefits of double-sided PSAs in contract packaging. Their instant bond and ability to tackle a variety of substrates and coatings makes them a great solution for many co-packing applications. These types of applications include:

  • Multipacks – joining two or more products together as a promotional twin pack or multipack
  • Samples – attaching a sample size item to a larger, parent product
  • Inserts – brochures or special offers inside publications
  • Outserts – important information attached to the product’s exterior

Learn more:
Trade in Your Multipack Challenges for Great Packaging
4 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Multi-Packing Adhesive
5 Reasons PSAs Are a Good Solution for Contract Packaging
Pressure Sensitive Adhesives Offer Co-Packers Versatility
Securing Products in Packaging and Fulfillment

  1. Protective Packaging

We all know how frustrating it can be to order a product online and receive a box that is beaten up with the item inside broken. As a manufacturer or packaging engineer, you want to focus on creating a positive end-user experience. You want customers to continue purchasing your company’s product.

PSAs are effective at bonding foam material and cardboard inserts to packaging material. The adhesive secures the product in place and protects it from outside forces. This ensures that the product reaches its final destination undamaged.

Learn more:
Prevent Product Damage with Protective Packaging and PSAs

  1. Pallet Stabilization

PSAs not only help protect interior packaging, but they can also help protect your product from the outside. PSAs can be used to maintain load integrity by securing corner boards, which can be easily removed from the shipment at its destination. This type of adhesive can also be applied to each package, stacked on one another to help stabilize the pallet.

Learn more:
How a PSA Can Help Stabilize Your Pallet Loads for Protective Packaging

protective packaging adhesive

  1. Product Assembly

A great alternative to mechanical fasteners and traditional adhesives, PSAs instantly bond your substrates in place. Flexibility is one of their key strengths benefiting the assembly industry. PSAs act as a “second set of hands” and allow workers to reposition substrates before final assembly takes place. Numerous tack levels offer the option of a temporary assist or permanent adhesion.

Learn more:
Pressure Sensitive Adhesives Provide Extra Set of Hands for Assembly
Product Assembly: Pressure Sensitive Adhesives vs. Mechanical Fasteners
5 Benefits of Pressure Sensitive Adhesives in Product Assembly

  1. Direct Mail  

You know the various card offers you receive by mail? Usually those cards are secured to paper using a PSA. PSAs are used to affix many items in mass mailers, such as credit cards, gift cards, membership cards, rebate cards and free product samples. Removability is an important factor here. PSAs provide the right amount of adhesion, allowing for easy and clean removal.

Learn more:
Use the Right Glue for Your Marketing Fulfillment

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