Adhesive Solutions for Appliance OEMs & Tier Suppliers
At Budnick, our experience and broad converting capabilities make commercial and residential appliance manufacturers more productive in how they use adhesive tapes, foams, and other flexible materials.
Adhesive tapes can aid in the assembly of appliances in a number of applications - whether you’re bonding panels, mounting functional interfaces or handles, or adhering nameplates, there’s a tape solution to make your job easier!
Budnick specializes in solutions for the foam-in-place process, including venting tapes for hole covering and tapes for holding and seaming, ensuring the efficiency of your foaming processes
Gaskets help insulate against electrical and thermal elements, protect components from dust and moisture, and provide sound damping around compressor and motor casings among numerous other applications.
Ensure your brand’s image arrives intact by protecting against scratches, dents, and dings. Protective films and strapping tape help ensure your product arrives exactly how you intended.
What We Offer
Commercial and residential appliance manufacturers are challenged to innovate sleek new designs and to build quality products at extremely affordable prices. At Budnick, we utilize our experience in the Appliance Industry, material sourcing, and fabricating to help you achieve these goals.
We negotiate with mills throughout the world to help Sourcing find cost-effective, quality products, and our extensive material fabricating capabilities offer Engineering teams the design freedom to innovate. For instance, custom cut, high bond tapes are improving designs and eliminating the costs and quality concerns of glues and mechanical fasteners in both residential and commercial appliances.
Our innovative venting solutions are also reducing foaming voids and re-work times, and custom gaskets improve quality and speed up your production process. When used during appliance transport, clean removable securing tapes and custom cut surface protection films also help you deliver defect-free appliances to your end users.
The bottom line is that Budnick wants to partner in your business to help you improve product designs, better source your materials, reduce downtime, increase productivity, raise quality levels, and sell more appliances at higher profit margins.
Browse through our baskets of standard appliance products above, or contact a Budnick application engineer to help source and develop the ideal product for your application!
For decades Budnick has provided customized solutions for specialty adhesive applications designed specifically for appliance manufacturers. Whether you’re looking to speed up production, improve product performance, or protect your products during transport, Budnick has a solution for your needs!
Case Study Improved Process
Inconsistencies in tape usage and scrapping a significant amount of product were becoming a serious issue for a well-known appliance manufacturer.
- Foam-in-place insulation application was failing – 30% of the refrigerator doors were scrapped
- Converted product designed to hold foam insulation in and allow more air and water to escape
- The customer’s amount of discarded doors dropped from 30% all the way down to 5%
Case Study Production-Friendly Attachment
Budnick's die-cutting capabilities and expertise with extended liners helped create user-friendly solutions for a major automation and controls manufacturer.
- High bond acrylic foam was die cut to the customer's exact specifications
- Added a 12 point liner that is stiff enough for easy release & and a finger-lift tab to simplify product assembly
- Designed packaging that would prevent shipping damage & also act as a dispenser unit for the parts
Case Study Converting Experts
Exposed adhesive on a die-cut acting as a hole cover was causing issues on the production floor for this major appliance manufacturer.
- Die-cut was used for whole covering on a refrigerator
- Exposed adhesive was causing plant rollers to become gummed up
- Bullnose die-cutting capabilities allowed Budnick to design an entire new die-cut