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Momentive Performance Materials Helps Improve Silicone Release Systems for Roll Label Industry

Published on 2007-04-04. Author : SpecialChem

WILTON, Conn. -- Momentive Performance Materials Inc. announced improvements that extend the shelf life of its AnchorSil* 2000 anchorage additive, enhancing the ease of use in the production of film liners for the tape and label marketplace.

AnchorSil 2000 anchorage additive is a 100% active organo-functional polymer designed to aid the anchorage of thermally cured solventless silicone release coatings to polyester films. Enhancements to AnchorSil 2000 anchorage additive include new manufacturing, transportation and storage processes that improve stability of the product and help preserve its excellent performance.

"By enhancing the AnchorSil 2000 additive, we are fulfilling our commitment to help film label manufacturers deliver high quality products in an easy and cost-effective manner," said Robert Frye, marketing manager, Release Coatings and PSAs, Momentive Performance Materials.

AnchorSil 2000 anchorage additive improves anchorage on treated and non-treated polyester films and is effective in formulations with and without controlled release additives. AnchorSil 2000 additive mixes easily with release coatings at low concentrations and helps maintain stability in hot and humid environments.

AnchorSil 2000 anchorage additive is compatible with all Momentive SilForce* thermally cured solventless silicone release coatings.

Momentive Performance Materials is a premier specialty materials company, providing hightechnology materials solutions to the silicones, quartz and ceramics markets. The company is a global leader with worldwide operations, a robust product portfolio, industry-leading research and development capabilities, and a long tradition of service excellence. Momentive Performance Materials Inc. is owned by an affiliate of Apollo Management, L.P.

Source: Momentive Performance Materials Inc.

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