Advantra® LT 9135-N

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Advantra® LT 9135-N is a hot melt adhesive used for a wide range of cases and cartons. It ensures superior bonding, thermal stability, clean machining, and a low total cost of ownership. Even at extremely low temperatures, this hot melt adhesive offers the sealing advantage your business needs.

Product Type: Hot Melt Adhesive, Reactive Adhesive

Application Area: Cartons, Case Sealing

Compatible Substrates & Surfaces: Clay-coated News Back, Styrene Butadiene Styrene (SBS)

Features: Fast Setting, Low Application Temperature, Low Odor

Technical Data Sheet
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Identification & Functionality

Features & Benefits

Labeling Claims

Applications & Uses

Application Area
Typical Applications

For a wide range of case and carton.

Suitable Substrates

Uncoated, clay coated, SBS, SUS and similar uncoated and lightly coated materials.

Application Instructions
  • Suggested application temperature: 275°F
  • Speed of setting (relative): very fast

Cleaning Instructions

After cleanup, flush the applicator thoroughly with hot melt to purge the system.


Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Color (Molten)1 - 3-Gardner
Softening Point (Mettler)215 - 235°F-
Specific Gravity0.98--
Viscosity (at 275°F)1400.0cPsASTM D 3236-88

Safety & Health

Safety Information
  • To minimize the risk of burns, we recommend the use of eye protection and protective clothing when working near a hot melt applicator.
  • To minimize the risk of flammable vapors, do not exceed a melt temperature above 400°F.
  • Prevent the build-up of vapors. Extinguish all sources of ignition during hot melt use.

Packaging & Availability

Regional Availability
  • North America

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
730 Days
Storage Conditions

Clean and dry conditions above 20°F and below 100°F.