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Hotmelt adhesives are thermoplastics that are applied in a molten state and form a bond on cooling to a solid state. The two important physical properties are: glass transition temperature and melt temperature, varying significantly depending on the type of base polymer used and the additives or modifiers present in the formulation. Major application areas include shoe, automotive, packaging, electrical / electronic, and woodworking.   

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A SpecialChem Client is seeking a solution of filling porous substrate and small gaps to make it watertight. The solution should be waterproof with long-term stability. Due to the application, it is...

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Up till now the materials used in thermobonding applications were limited to copolyamides and copolyesters to achieve a good initial adhesion in just a few seconds and high heat resistance...

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A SpecialChem Client is seeking a biodegradable lubricant which inhibits corrosion, displaces moisture, while maintaining lubricant performance. The solution will be packaged in portable containers...

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A SpecialChem Client is seeking to remove solid fat such as triglycerides from fabric substrates such as cotton and polyester at temperatures below 25°C in a liquid environment...

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Pearlbond™ 700 is the result of Lubrizol’s industry-leading adhesives formulation technology, a new material with elastomeric features, a polymer breakthrough for manufacturers which is suitable...

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Hot Melt Adhesive Formulation for Hygiene Applications

By Edward Petrie

This selection guide will focus on formulation of hot melt adhesives for use in a range of disposable hygiene products. It will identify the basic requirements of the adhesive, recognize the major components in the hot melt composition, and provide examples of starting formulations. Future trends in hygienic adhesive development will also be recognized.

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