Bonding & lamination interior
Automotive interior parts are traditionally made by assembling and laminating adhesives.
Today's needs for greater comfort and aesthetics have resulted in the use of new, and very often difficult to bond, materials such as decor films or fabrics which require higher performance adhesives. Also, ecological and economical aspects are becoming key drivers for adhesive selection. Tailor-made co-polyester-based hotmelts are particularly suited to meet the increased requirements. DYNACOLL® S thermoplastic hotmelts are used in place of flame lamination due to their superior low-VOC content (low fogging), high softness and flexibility. DYNACOLL® 7000 based reactive hotmelts are well known for their versatile adhesion properties and very high temperature resistance.
VESTAMELT® is used in various automotive applications such as door paneling, headliners, interior trim, rear window shelves and seat heaters.
Depending on the required resistance to heat, the grades 250, 350, 470 or 732 are suitable. If special thermal stability is required, the thermally crosslinking VESTAMELT® hotmelts X1310 and X1316 are recommended.