Astro Adhesives

We are a professional hot melt adhesive(glue) distributor, we can supply hot melt adhesive for for Expandable Polyethylene(EPE) application, our glue can stand high temperature, no yellow chang and very good tack.
Since the establishment of Astro Packaging, the company has carved a niche for itself amongst the competitors. The rapid growth of the company has been achieved under the expert management. We have been manufacturing adhesive equipment and distrubuting adhesive glue for decades. Client satisfaction is the chief objective of the company. Hence, the expert team is working relentlessly to ensure the valued clients are supplied with the best products, at the reasonable prices range with least shipment time. We have a long list of satisfied clients who have placed their trust on us by placing bulk orders at repeated intervals.
Astro Packaging has a sound infrastructural base developed with the latest machinery at the manufacturing unit. The company’s robust manufacturing unit are manned by professionals who have vast experience in this domain are continuously at work in an endeavor to fabricate the best. Astro Packaging works on the motto that quality is the most essential constituent for the expansion of any organization. Therefore, austere quality control mechanism is followed in fabricating optimum quality products. The entire collection of products the company trades in also endures tough quality checks to guarantee the perfect product is sent to the market.


Polyethylene is a thermoplastic polymer consisting of long chains produced by combing the ingredient monomer ethylene (IUPAC name ethene), the name comes from the ingredient and not the actual chemical resulting. The ethylene actually converts to ethane as it takes its place in a polymer and straight sections of the polymer are the same structure as the simple chain hydrocarbons, e.g., propane, decane and other straight single-bonded carbon chains. As with any polymer, the structure of the resulting substance defies molecular description due to cross branching of the chains. The recommended scientific name polyethene is systematically derived from the scientific name of the monomer.[2][3] In certain circumstances it is useful to use a structure-based nomenclature; in such cases IUPAC recommends poly(methylene)[3] (poly(methanediyl) is a non-preferred alternative[4][5]). The difference in names between the two systems is due to the opening up of the monomer's double bond upon polymerization.

The name is abbreviated to PE in a manner similar to that by which other polymers like polypropylene and polystyrene are shortened to PP and PS respectively. In the United Kingdom the polymer is commonly called polythene, although this is not recognized scientifically. Read more about Polyethylene on WikiPedia...
Polyethylene is a thermoplastic, that is, it is one of a variety of substrates that have the property of becoming hard and rigid when cooled and are moldable when heated. Thermoplastics soften or fuse when heated and harden and become rigid again when cooled without undergoing any appreciable chemical change. Polyethylene comes in many different chemical and mechanical properties, including adhesion, and in varying thicknesses -- both of which affect its coefficient of expansion. Successful long term bonding of polyethylene to itself and to other substrates, requires careful preparation and matching of the adhesive being used with the differing COEs of the substrates involved. BONDiTTM products are among the few available that can be used to bond polyethylene to substrates with other COE's and survive harsh environments and long deployment without debonding.

A quick, clean and economical way to bond a wide variety of materials from wood, metal and glass to hard-to-bond plastics and vinyl. Offering polyamides, polyesters and EVA copolymers, they're fast, non-toxic and non-flammable. Our diverse line of Hot Melt Glue will meet your company and individual needs for adhesive applications.


Polyethylene can be bonded to: 
  • UHMW, Delrin, fluoropolymers, rubber, polyolefin, polypropylene, polyurethane, silicone, thermoplastics, thermoset, urethane, ceramics, glass, fiberglass, wood, metals, stone, aggregate, concrete...
  • ...almost anything and everything.


These manufactures carry fugitive glue product lines:
  • Astro Packaging
  • H.B. Fuller
  • Henkel
  • Bostik
  • Jowat
  • Forbo Swift