- FOR INDUSTRIAL USE ONLY: This product is designed exclusively for industrial applications
- ADHERE WITH EASE: Lightweight construction offers easy handling
- ERGONOMIC: Designed with user comfort in mind
- CONTROL THE FLOW: Delivers reliable low and high-volume dispensing
- PERSONALIZE YOUR TOOL: Customize with various accessories to meet specific needs
- USE WITH 3M ADHESIVES: Created for use with compatible 3M Hot Melt Ahesives
3M™ Hot Melt Applicators are designed to help improve productivity, lower costs and minimize waste in industrial applications. From high volume to detail work, 3M™ Hot Melt Applicators ensure optimum performance through melt-on-demand or progressive feed technology to meet your production deadlines.
3M™ Hot Melt Applicator TC
Dispenses hot melt adhesive at a fixed temperature of 385ºF / 196ºC. This lightweight (only 10 oz.) Applicator TC is designed for use with 5/8" x 2" TC sticks and is capable of dispensing up to 3.5 pounds of adhesive per hour. The on-demand feed control helps minimize hot melt waste and dripping.
- Lightweight and easy to use
- Smooth and even flow of adhesive for small to medium size projects
- Good for detail work /used for details work
3M™ Hot Melt Applicator TC with Quadrack Converter and Palm Trigger
A lightweight, easy to control applicator that operates at a fixed temperature of 385ºF / 196ºC. Applicator TC with Quadrack is designed for use with 5/8" x 8" Q sticks and is capable of dispensing up to 3.5 pounds of adhesive per hour. The Quadrack application attachment system utilizes hot melt glue sticks up to 8" long that helps reduce reloading time and, when combined with the palm trigger system, eliminates the need to forcibly press on the hot melt adhesive stick with your thumb.
- Most popular applicator in the 3M™ Hot Melt line
- Supports high volume demands
- Unique Quadrack stick provides reliable adhesive flow
- Stand holds applicator in proper standby position
Understanding Hot Melts
Hot melts extrude as 100% solid liquefied thermoplastic resins to fill gaps and wet surfaces before setting. They often exceed 100 psi shear strength, bond many substrates and are available in a variety of strengths, temperatures and open time/bonding ranges.