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November 30, -0001

Nordson Corporation continues to advance the production and performance of disposable hygiene products with its Universal SureWrap nozzles. Universal SureWrap nozzles accurately apply hot melt adhesive to elastic strands used for elasticized legs, leg cuffs and waistbands on baby diapers, training pants and adult incontinence products. Universal SureWrap nozzles can help manufacturers achieve improved creep resistance compared to multiple-strand spray coverage while decreasing adhesive consumption and reducing product costs.

Nordson has recently upgraded its popular Universal SureWrap nozzles for greater durability and improved ease of use with coated elastic materials. New hard ware inserts in elastic guiding areas of nozzles alleviate accelerated wear caused by abrasive pigmented and talc-coated elastics and high production speeds.

SureWrap's patented integral strand guides optimize adhesive placement, stabilizing strand position and eliminating the need for additional guiding devices. By concentrating the thermal mass, SureWrap improves creep resistance and maximizes heat retention and open time. The flexible design accommodates single and multi-strand applications, and nozzles are compatible with Universal Series modules, typically allowing customers to achieve the benefits of SureWrap nozzle technology without the need to purchase new applicators or modules.

800-683-2314

www.nordson.com
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