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Mallard Creek Polymers Offers its Range of SBC Emulsions for Adhesives, Sealants and more

Published on 2014-10-20. Author : SpecialChem

Mallard Creek Polymers (MCP) offers a full line of Styrene-Butadiene copolymer emulsions for use in adhesives, caulks, sealants, barrier coatings and a variety of other applications. The company’s Rovene®, Tylac® and BarrierPro® copolymer emulsions provide outstanding performance in these applications.

Styrene-butadiene (SB) polymer emulsions offer great versatility in performance and cost effectiveness. SB polymer emulsions possess superior water, alkali and chemical resistance. These emulsions also have outstanding stability allowing for very high filler acceptance and pigment, providing fast drying time for your formulations. SB emulsions are great candidates for an adhesive base in ceramic tile, carpet, wood and vinyl flooring adhesives. These products can be formulated to provide outstanding elastomeric water proofing membranes and a variety of barrier coatings.

In addition to SB polymer emulsions, MCP offers a full line of acrylic and styrene acrylic polymer emulsions. Join MCP at the Adhesives & Sealants Councils’ Fall Convention & EXPO in Greenville, SC October 20-22, Booth #38, to discuss how our emulsion polymers can help you meet your desired adhesive performance criteria. Additionally, representatives will be attending The International Surfaces East (TISE) in Miami, October 19-22.

About Mallard Creek Polymers

Mallard Creek Polymers, Inc. (MCP) is dedicated to providing industry solutions with an evolving line of synthetic emulsion polymers and unparalleled customer focus. Founded on the manufacturing of styrene-butadiene latex, MCP has grown as a company and is now offering a diverse line of water-based emulsions including acrylic and styrene-acrylic latexes. Through strategic growth and acquisitions, MCP now services both domestic and international customers with an extensive product line of water-based polymers. Customer care, new product development, and flexible manufacturing are key areas of focus.

Source: Mallard Creek Polymers

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