The Universal Selection Source: Adhesives Ingredients

How to select raw materials smarter and faster for your Adhesives & Sealants formulations? Renowned experts in the field have designed these Selection Guides to assist you further in your selection according to your applications. In this section, we also provide you with Technology Profiles, states of the art of the main raw materials used in Adhesives & Sealants.

Selection Guide

Techno Brief: Aliphatic Isocyanates

By SpecialChem

This guide will apprise you with aliphatic isocyanates and their development which has extended the possibilities offered by polyurethane adhesives in terms of both performance and formulation flexibility. Familiarize yourself with the key values, benefits and end market approaches of aliphatic isocyanates in polyurethane adhesives.

Read more

Selection Guide

Ethylene Copolymers: Techno Brief

By SpecialChem

Ethylene copolymers and terpolymers are widely used in manufacturing hot-melts adhesives and sealants because of their their mechanical cohesion and adhesive properties. In this guide, you will learn all the key facts about copolymers and terpolymers (ethylene vinyl acetates & ethylene acrylic esters) for the adhesives & sealants industry : benefits, key features, application techniques and end-market usages.

Read more

Selection Guide

Polyurethane Dispersions (PUDs): Techno Brief

By SpecialChem

The aim of this guide is to acquaint you with today's waterborne polyurethane adhesives based on polyurethane dispersion raw materials that achieve the same high level of performance that you have come to expect. It would also accustom you with polyurethane dispersion (PUD) benefits and applications like footwear, automotive, packaging and more.

Read more

123
Showing 21 - 30 of 23 documents matching your search

Online Course

Hartwig Lohse
25 Days left to register

Thursday Jun 22 2017

By Hartwig Lohse

Reach faster the same level of efficiency to formulate structural adhesives, which one achieves after years of experience. Learn from a seasoned formulator who understands what issues you're facing as he has been there before.

16 Read More
Channel Alerts

Receive weekly digests on hot topics

Receive your alerts

Back to Top