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This is a solvent-based heat seal coating specifically designed for blister card packaging applications. This product excels in providing robust bonds to materials such as rigid vinyl, polystyrene, polyester, and other blister materials. Key features and benefits of This product include: Readiness for immediate use. Suitable for offline applications. Activation at low temperatures. Exceptional bonding performance, even in challenging seal conditions. Offers a good gloss finish. Compliant with FDA regulations.

Supplied By: Henkel Corporation

Product Code: H01152

Regional Availability: Canada

Product Type: Solventborne Coating

Features: Good Bonding Strength, Heat Sealable, High Gloss, Low Temperature Performance

Application Method: Gravure Coating, Roll Coater

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    Identification & Functionality

    Features & Benefits

    Product Highlights
    • Ready to use
    • For off-line applications
    • Low temperature activation
    • Excellent bonds even under marginal seal conditions
    • Good Gloss
    • FDA Compliant

    Applications & Uses

    Application Method
    Recommended Applications
    • It is used as a blister packaging heat seal coating on board.
    • It will seal to such blister materials as Barex®, K-Film®, Kodar®, Petra® A, PET, PETG, Polystyrene, Rigid PVC and some RPET.
    Mixing Data
    • It is ready to use but at temperatures below 65°F it becomes a gel.
    • To break the gel, warm the adhesive to 80°F with thorough agitation.
    • If dilution is necessary, use Ethyl Acetate.
    Applications Procedure
    • It should be applied by Roll Coat; Gravure is also possible using very coarse cylinders and web doctors.
    • As the lacquer contains aliphatic solvents, any rollers coming into contact with it should withstand these solvents.
    Application Rate

    The required coating weight for this product is 0.80-1.3 dry lbs per 1000 sq. ft.

    Drying Conditions
    • It should be dried at 175- 200°F. Marginal drying conditions may produce some blushing at the surface.
    • Higher temperatures, extension of the drying cycle, or addition of 5-10% of aliphatic napthas (toluol equivalents) will all reduce the problem.
    Sealing Conditions

    It will start to reactivate at  190-200°F. Recommended sealing conditions are 325- 350°F at 80 psi for 3 seconds.

    Seal Strength

    Provided the right package components have been used, bonds should be fiber tearing.

    Cleaning Information

    Loctite Liofol HS F9022N can be cleaned up, wet or dry, with ethyl acetate.


    Clear yellow liquid

    Regulatory & Compliance

    Certifications & Compliance

    Packaging & Availability

    Packaging Type
    Regional Availability
    • Canada

    Storage & Handling

    Shelf Life
    6 months