Bottle Label Glues

Providing Labeling Glue for Craft Breweries

At Pacific Adhesives, we’ve noticed an interesting trend: Craft Breweries are taking over the United States. Since 2008, the number of craft breweries in planning has grown from 207 breweries to 1,744 breweries in planning in 2013. In 2013, the craft brewing industry grew by a phenomenal 18%. The growth in the last five years for the craft brewing industry has been remarkable, and Pacific Adhesives has been working side by side with craft brewers

“The Best of Labeling Adhesives”

When it comes to knowing which labeling adhesives are best for your operation, we’re the experts! In fact, we have a lot of resources on this site that will help you out. From Water-based labeling adhesives to adhesives for craft brewing to carton glues and more – it’s all here. Just click on the links to any of the following articles: • Ice-Tite Water-Based Labeling Adhesive “It is specially designed for coated glass, other coated

Beer Bottle Label Glue – Which to Choose?

When looking for the right beer bottle label glue, there are a number of things you need to keep in mind. First, you must decide on how wet your bottle will typically get. At Pacific Adhesives, we have adhesives that will keep the label on the bottle regardless of the amount of moisture they’re exposed to. You also want to consider the line speed and the amount of starting and stopping at your brewery. Another

Pacific Adhesives Discusses Optimum Temperature

** When bottle labeling, it's important to maintain the correct temperature for your labeling adhesive. The optimum operating temperature is 77 degrees. When the temperature drops below that, some problems arise. When glue gets cold it becomes thick and doesn't set. This can cause the glue to build up on the machines. Additionally, it doesn't pick up the labels due to a lack of tack. When temperatures drop below 70 degrees, it's important to look

What is Ice Proof Adhesive? Creating a Glue that will Stick when Wet

** Pacific Adhesives has designed an ice-proof adhesive. Have you ever had a label fall off a bottle? Maybe. Maybe not. Have you ever seen a label fall off after the bottle has been exposed to ice or water? Chances are pretty good you have. Naturally this is not good for your image as your brand is left literally dripping wet and falling to the ground. There's a solution! At Pacific Adhesives, we've custom manufactured

Labeling Adhesive for Coated Glass – Try Ice-Tite

** Labeling Adhesive for Coated Glass - Try Ice-Tite When labeling on coated glass, specially treated plastic containers, or any other unique bottling circumstances, finding the right labeling adhesive can be tricky to say the least. Even more when you're trying to find an adhesive for high speed rotary, direct transfer, and picker equipment. At Pacific Adhesives, we've come up with the ideal solution! We have developed Ice-Tite™ water base container labeling adhesive. Ice-Tite is

Glue Manufacturer Pacific Adhesives Works with Fortune 500 Companies

Pacific Adhesives is a United States manufacturer, and provider of hot-melt, water-based, and palletizing adhesives. We are also the inventors of Breakaway Palletizing Adhesive and Ice-Tite Labeling Adhesives. We have spent the last four decades serving a broad range of markets, including: labeling, packaging, paper converting, wood working & assembly. Because of our ability to service an international client base, we’re fortunate to work with many well known companies and Fortune 500 companies. Our list

Labeling Poly Bottles Or Poly Coated Glass With Liquid Adhesives

Many poly bottles present adhesives challenges. For example, Polyethylene (PE), Polypropylene (PP) and Polyethylene terpolymer (PET) are “non polar” or in other words, chemically inert. In order to make them gluable with conventional liquid label glues they have to be surface oxidized by flame or corona discharge (electron bombardment). The treatment will wear off with time. Gluability can be determined with a dyne kit. Our lab can test for gluability or show you how to.

Bottle Labeling Adhesive – Optimum Temperature, Optimum Performance

When bottle labeling, it’s important to remember maintaining the correct temperature for your labeling adhesive. The optimum operating temperature is 77 degrees (this does vary by application). When the temperature drops below that, a few problems may arise. Because labeling glue is like paint, when it gets cold it becomes thick and doesn’t set. It can even freeze. This can cause the glue to build up on the machines. Additionally, it just doesn’t pick up

Labeling Adhesive Manufacturer, Pacific Adhesives: Large Enough to Handle Anything, Small Enough to Care

Pacific Adhesives is the adhesive manufacturer that cares about your company's needs. Since starting our adhesive manufacturing business in California over forty years ago, serving the West Coast, we expanded to meet the needs of organizations in all of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. We can handle any adhesive challenge you may have. From water-based to hot-melt, from glue for labeling glass to adhesive for labeling plastic, from wine and beer bottles to labeling