The Universal Selection Source: Adhesives Ingredients
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Creating much-needed flexibility, elasticity and toughness in caulks and sealants, plasticizers improve and optimize the performance of many types of sealants, including latex caulks, polyurethane sealants, polysulfide sealants and PVC plastisol sealants.
With the enactment of REACH regulations in the European Union, manufacturers are now adopting non-phthalate options for their sealants.
Marketed and safely used for more than 40 years, Eastman non-phthalate plasticizers have an extensive toxicological profile and broad regulatory clearances that demonstrate their suitability for many uses including the most sensitive applications.
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Lorna Williams is the Market Development Manager for plasticizers specialising in Adhesives and Sealants applications at Eastman Chemical Company in Europe. In 2009 she started at Eastman in the UK as European Sales Development Manager for plasticizers focussing on non-PVC applications for plasticizers. Lorna subsequently became the market development manager for the plasticizers group in 2012. In that role she was charged to lead forward-thinking, ground breaking projects for the plasticizers business, particularly in adhesives and sealants applications. Before starting at Eastman Lorna spent 19 years at Synthomer Limited in a technical role across a number of market segments, finishing as Technical Manager for Construction and Adhesives for water based polymer dispersions and lattices.
Lorna earned a bachelor’s degree in Materials Science and Technology from Brunel University in Uxbridge, London and is currently actively involved in the British Adhesives and Sealants Association (BASA) and the European Adhesives and Sealants Association (FEICA) on their Technical and Regulatory Committees.
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.
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