The Universal Selection Source: Adhesives Ingredients

Waterborne adhesives Channel
Waterborne adhesives (or water-based adhesives) are adhesives that are compounded with water as a diluent rather than a volatile organic solvent and could be considered as low VOC adhesives. The main polymers used to formulate water-based adhesives are styrene-butadiene, acrylic, polyvinyl acetate (PVAC) and vinyl acetate-ethylene (VAE).They have applications in all of the leading adhesive end-use markets for example Carpet backing, construction, packaging, and also in PSA labels and decals.

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Edward M. Petrie

Tuesday Jun 13, 2017

By Edward M. Petrie

Develop faster high performing flexible packaging adhesives to meet stricter performance demands and environmental ratings by clarifying your options (latest raw materials, adhesive types...

David Horwat

Wednesday Mar 5, 2014

By David Horwat

Adjust adhesion, glass transition temperature, wet tack, setting speed… by predicting how much you should change in your water-based adhesive formulation BEFORE trying. You will gain in productivity...

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