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Waterborne Adhesives

Water-based (or more commonly referred to as waterborne) adhesives are typically formulated from either, natural polymers – from vegetable sources (e.g. dextrins, starches), protein sources (e.g. casein, blood, fish, soybean, milk albumen), and animal sources (e.g. hides, bones), or soluble synthetic polymers – from polymers including: polyvinyl alcohol, cellulose ethers, methylcellulose, carboxymethylcellulose, and polyvinylpyrrolidone.

These adhesives may be supplied as solutions or formulated as dry powders which must be mixed with water prior to application. The strength of the adhesive is attained when water is lost from the glue line by evaporation or absorption by the substrate.

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Sep 27, 2021 | Product News

H.B. Fuller India Launches Water-based Adhesive for Paper Straws

H.B. Fuller India launches food-safe adhesive under its leading Swift®tak brand to meet the increasing paper straws demand. Paper straws have been a true challenge for the industry and consumers...

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Jul 30, 2021 | Product News

BYK Launches VOC-free Wetting and Dispersing Additives

BYK launches DISPERBYK-2018 and DISPERBYK-2019, wetting and dispersing additives in its range that offers maximum performance in respect of high-viscosity reduction with simultaneous Newtonian flow...

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Jun 4, 2021 | Product News

Chemique Adhesives Introduces FR Water-based Adhesive for Aircrafts

Chemique Adhesives, a manufacturer of innovative adhesive products has launched Aerotak 3176. The company has expanded its range of aircraft adhesives with the new addition of one component, flame...

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May 21, 2021 | Product News

Scott Bader Launches Rheology Modifier for WB Adhesive & Sealant

Scott Bader launches Texipol® 63-400, a rheology modifier that imparts pseudoplastic properties to aqueous-based compositions. The product is a latest addition to Texipol® rheology modifiers family...

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Apr 27, 2021 | Product News

Acucote Introduces Water Dissolvable Adhesive for Food Packaging

Acucote launches DS1 water dissolvable adhesive. The new adhesive has expanded its portfolio of sustainable products. The new adhesive is designed for any type of application requiring a temporary...

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Apr 12, 2021 | Product News

H.B. Fuller Launches Two Compostable Adhesives for Flexible Packaging Applications

H.B. Fuller launches two new compostable adhesive solutions, Flextra™ Evolution SF1000CP/XR2000CP and Flextra™ Evolution WB1200CP/XR2200CP, for the flexible packaging market...

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Mar 22, 2021 | Product News

Kiilto Launches Green Adhesives for Packaging Applications

Kiilto launches Kiilto Pro Pack Eco, a range of green industrial adhesives for paper and packaging applications. The new product family represents a new generation of adhesive solutions that can...

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Feb 23, 2021 | Product News

BYK Launches VOC-free Silicone Defoamer for Aqueous Adhesive & Sealants

BYK launches BYK®-092, a VOC-free, silicone-containing additive for defoaming adhesives and sealants. BYK®-092 is an effective defoamer for aqueous systems, especially for clear coats and high gloss...

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Feb 16, 2021 | Product News

H.B. Fuller Unveils Water-based Adhesive for Liquid-resistant Paper Straws

H.B. Fuller launches Swift® tak 5730, a high-performance water-based adhesive to create consumer-safe, liquid-resistant paper straws for fast-moving machines. Swift® tak 5730 water-based adhesive...

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Oct 26, 2020 | Product News

SABA Introduces Hot-melt Adhesive for Pocket Coil Units Production

SABA launches Sabamelt 4732, a granulated hot-melt adhesive, for the production of pocket coil units. Sabamelt 4732 has a short open time with 100 percent setting characteristic...

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