While the entire Kizen® product line is based on a water-white technology that improves case and carton sealing, each product is designed to meet specific application requirements. Understand which product will work best for your needs.
In addition to possessing high adhesion to difficult substrates and good thermal stability, Kizen ICE offers strong bonds at freezer temperatures. This makes it ideal for packaging substrates exposed to very low temperature conditions.For more information on Kizen ICE, view the product page. 
 
Kizen FORCE is the ideal all-purpose solution for case and carton sealing applications. Featuring outstanding thermal stability, it aids in low maintenance, char-free operations. Additionally, with low viscosity and high specific adhesion, it bonds well to difficult substrates.
For more information on Kizen FORCE, view the product page.

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Ideal for hot fill applications, Kizen HEAT possesses high heat resistance and the ability to withstand high temperature shipping conditions. Additionally, it has passed the IOPP Method T-3006 Heat Resistance Under Stress test and has been approved for use in applications of at least 160°F (71°C) for 24 hours.
For more information on Kizen HEAT, view the product page.
 
 
Kizen PROS offers enhanced performance capabilities for case and carton sealing. Yielding strong bonds to most challenging substrates, such as highly recycled, coated or slippery materials, it also delivers an advanced level of processability over a broad temperature range, making it even easier for manufacturers to increase packaging output and performance.

To learn how the entire Kizen product line can help your case and carton sealing needs, Contact Deanna at +1-414-607-1476, or by email at deanna.morgeson@bostik.com, or fill out this form to get in touch with us. 

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