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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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Feb 20, 2014 | Article

Propylene Copolymers for Adhesive Applications

Disclosed herein are adhesives comprising a copolymer comprising at least 80 wt % of units derived from propylene and from about 1 to about 20 wt % of units derived from at least one C.sub.6 to...

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Dec 5, 2013 | Article

Method for Preparing a Moisture Curable Hot-melt Adhesive

The current invention provides a novel process to make high green strength moisture reactive hot melt adhesives. It has been discovered that adding chain extenders in a second step after the main...

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Sep 2, 2013 | Article

Silane-terminated Polyoxypropylene Reactive Hot-melts Benefit Vehicle Production

Reactive hot melts based on silane-terminated polyoxypropylene polymers can deliver performance and environmental properties that suit vehicle manufacturing, according to researchers from Kaneka...

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Aug 11, 2013 | Article

Hotmelt Adhesive with Improved High/Low Temperature Performance

Various hot melt adhesives (HMA's) have different weaknesses relating to adhesion to certain substrates and adhesion at different temperatures. For instance, hot melt adhesives based on metallocene...

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Aug 2, 2013 | Article

Polyolefin-based Hot melt Adhesive Having Improved Heat Resistance and Bond Strength

Various hot melt adhesive compositions containing amorphous poly-alpha-olefins (APAOs), APAO/polyethylene (PE) blends, APAO/polybutene (PB) blends, or APAO/isotactic polypropylene (IPP) blends are...

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Jan 23, 2014 | Article

Hot melt Adhesive Compositions Comprising Propylene-alpha-olefin Polymers

A propylene-alpha-olefin polymer that includes at least 50% by weight propylene, has a ratio of z average molecular weight (Mz) to number average molecular weight (Mw) (Mz/Mw) from greater than 20...

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Nov 28, 2013 | Article

Method to Prepare Hot-melt Adhesive Compositions & their Uses

An adhesive composition and method for its preparation and use are disclosed. The adhesive product prepared by exposing the adhesive composition to moisture and/or by cooling the adhesive...

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Aug 21, 2013 | Article

Nucleator-wax Synergy Improves Hot Melt Heat Resistance

Researchers from German chemical corporation Henkel have developed hot melt adhesive compositions including high propylene content copolymers that increase heat resistance. That makes it...

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Aug 5, 2013 | Article

Debonding on Demand

By Edward M. Petrie

The purpose of this current article will be to briefly describe the value proposition of debonding and some of the resulting commercial products that are being marketed today. For a detailed...

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Jul 8, 2013 | Article

Low Application Temperature Amorphous Poly-A-Olefin Adhesive

The invention relates to a low application temperature amorphous poly-α-olefin adhesive used on nonwoven articles. The adhesive is particularly useful in the construction of nonwoven articles, e.g...

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