22D-Series Adhesive Spreader

This once revolutionary Glue Spreader continues to be the industry standard in plants around the globe

One of the most admired models in our line of quality equipment, our 22D-Series glue spreaders can be found in plants all over the world — many still operating reliably over 50 years on the job.

Standard sizes start at 26” (660.4 mm) and run up to 134” (3403.6 mm) wide. Built to operate 24/7 with a heavy-duty, welded steel frame, Black Bros. 22D-Series glue spreaders can coat the heaviest substrates in the most rugged environments. The Black Bros. 22D-650, 22D-875, and 22D-1175 models come available with a broad range of operator friendly features and automation options to match the demands of any operation.



  • Airlift to raise top rolls 3″ (76 mm)
  • Riser base – increases pass line height for in-line operation
  • Single handwheel doctor roll adjustment (Note: includes digital read-out)
  • Minimum contact outfeed finger assembly assists in off-loading panels from spreaders
  • Special paint to meet customer preference
  • Pump, fluid handling and recirculation equipment to suit almost any supply or recirculating requirement
  • Automatic liquid level control – sensing unit insures a constant coating material level in the coating reservoir
  • Automatic roll cleaning arrangement spray-cleans rolls during a preset series of forward/reverse roll rotation cycles
  • Automatic Elevator – automates roll nip adjustment
  • Non-stick Coating


  • Cooled or heated roll
  • Jack-tung caster unit
  • Protective plating of critical parts
  • First revolution scraper blade
  • Power-driven infeed and outfeed rolls
  • Divided top rolls


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