Glenmar Hot Melt Technology is the leading North American company in the hot melt adhesive industry. Glenmar Technology is headquartered in New Jersey and opened new distribution channels for their innovative product lines in 2012.
As a leading global manufacturer of hot melt adhesive dispensing equipment and hot melt machines, Glenmar Technology's hot melt equipment applies adhesives, sealants and coatings in a variety of patterns to consumer and industrial products in packaging, product assembly and non-wovens applications. Our hot melt systems and glue applicators are made for precision, reliability and repeatability for a large number of applications. We manufacture Nordson® compatible hot melt glue guns and replacement parts, including H200 Module 276119 Replacement Part the Glenmar G100 Module. Also, our Glenmar G10 hot melt module is compatible with Nordson Part Number 153011 H20 Series glue gun modules and we ship factory direct worldwide.
We understand you have high quality standards—and saving money on equipment costs can make the difference between a profitable business or a failing one. Our products provide you with the same high quality equipment you are used to with the leading industry brands, but with a significant cost savings Please check out our product line, send us an email or call +1(908) 561-9920 to speak directly with us. Samples available upon request.
Worldwide there are only a few companies which specialize in industrial hot melt adhesive equipment like hot-melt glue guns, nozzles for industrial adhesives and adhesive applicators. The few companies which specialize if this field produce manufacture and export their products world wide.
Among the professional industrial adhesive equipment manufacturers, only a few companies stand out because of their durability and quality of manufactured equipment. Services and long term relationships are very important in this area of the manufacturing industry. Establishing a relationship with a manufacturer, understanding their facility and capabilities, will help you understand how to negotiate pricing. The size of the manufacturing plant, the materials used, the quantity of items in your order and the time-frame for your order will all affect the pricing.
You may find that you can get cheaper prices when you look for products from international companies. However, you must remember that their standards for quality are not the same as those in the USA. You may pay a cheap rate for your item--but you'll risk sacrificing quality and durability.