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Glue Machinery Hot Coat™ & Datco Basic Roll Series Comparison

Hot Melt Roll Coaters are used to apply thermoplastic resin to the bottom of materials manually drawn over the roller.

We thought it is important to offer a comparison between the Glue Machinery Corporation Hot Coat™ and the Datco Basic Roll Series hot melt roll coater. We’ll let you decide which machine you want in your industrial application as there are stark differences.

Hot Coat™ 7 Hot Melt Roll Coater

Glue Machinery Corporation Hot Coat 7 Hot Melt Rollcoater

 

 

 

 

 

 

Datco Basic Roll Series

 

 

 

 

 

How These Products Compare

  • The Hot Coat™ is much more ergonomic than the Datco Basic Roll Series as the roller is easily accessible from all sides
  • The Hot Coat™ offers much more precise glue patterns for higher quality production than the Datco Basic Roll Series
  • The Hot Coat™ is a much more durable with oversized variable speed drive motor requiring far less maintenance than the Datco Basic Roll Series
  • The Hot Coat™ is a much safer unit than the Datco Basic Roll Series as the majority of the heated surfaces are under-insulated steel panels

Why the Hot Coat™ 7 Hot Melt Roll Coater Excels Over the Datco Roll Series:

  • The Hot Coat™ footprint is much smaller as the motor is under the roller
  • It’s a heated roller vs. a non-heated roller
  • Has a variable speed drive vs. a constant speed drive
  • Is a 95 lb machine vs. a 40 lb machine
  • Has a large drive motor vs. a small drive motor
  • Has a 5-10 lb per hour melt rate vs. a less than 5 lb per hour melt rate
  • Capable of micrometer adjustable coating vs. fixed doctor blade with limited adjustably
  • Possesses a small footprint vs. Large footprint
  • Has a metal housing over insulation vs. exposed hot surfaces with a cheap insulation blanket
  • Contains two heated zones vs. one heat zone
  • Is fast heating vs. very slow heating to a temperature

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