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MCP at ASC Fall Conference and Expo: Displays Latest Acrylic Polymer Emulsions for Adhesives and more

Published on 2013-10-22. Author : SpecialChem

MCP is showcasing their latest construction adhesive applications on October 21-23 at the Adhesive and Sealant Council's industry event.

Mallard Creek Polymers, Inc. (MCP) is excited to announce the latest Acrylic Polymer Emulsions and Styrene-Butadiene Latexes for construction adhesive applications. The complete listing of products in the company's line can be found in the new Construction Adhesives selection guide. These include Rovene® 4423, Rovene® 5044, Rovene® 4220 and Rovene® 6018 designed as base emulsions for ceramic tile mastics, wood and carpet flooring and vinyl tile adhesives. Products listed in the selection guide complement MCP's offerings for pressure sensitive, laminating and structural adhesive and will be broadened with the addition of high-solids acrylic polymer emulsions currently under product development.

The company is further announcing an addition to the complete line of emulsion polymer products designed for waterproofing, moisture vapor and air barrier coatings, in addition to polymer systems for EIFS and cement modification.Tylac® 4193 is a flexible cement modification styrene-butadiene latex, which has been developed to enhance adhesion and flexibility of cementitious membranes and coatings. BarrierPro® 4555 is a highly flexible and water resistant styrene-butadiene latex designed for damp proofing applications. These products along with the other existing grades meet the demanding performance challenges required by the evolving building codes and standards.

Details on these products and others can be obtained in the Building and Construction Selection Guide. Additionally, company representatives are available at table top #11 at the Adhesives & Sealants conference.

Mallard Creek Polymers

Mallard Creek Polymers, Inc. (MCP) is dedicated to providing industry leadership with a complete line of synthetic emulsion polymers and unparalleled customer service. MCP originally focused on styrene-butadiene latex manufacturing. Through strategic growth and acquisitions, the company now services both domestic and international customers with a wide array of water-based polymers. Customer service, new product development, and flexible manufacturing are key areas of focus.

Source: Mallard Creek Polymers


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