Gelatin based glue is a combination of several biobased raw materials. In general this adhesive is applied at 60°C and realises a quick stick because of the rapid cool down.
Where is gelatin glue used?
Gelatin can bond porous substrates like paper and fibres, but also smooth surfaces like glass, PET and PVC. It’s often used in bookbinding applications for. e.g. hardcover fabrication.
What is gelatin?
Gelatin is a protein product prepared by partial hydrolysis of collagen. Collagen is a protein that occurs in connective tissues (including skin, bones and cartilage) of mammals in particular. For this reason, vegetarians and vegans often refrain from products containing gelatine.