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Planatol Develops Water-based Dispersion Adhesives for Packaging

Published on 2011-09-20. Author : SpecialChem

Planatol Adhesive, a subsidiary of the Planatol group based in Rohrdorf near Rosenheim, will present a number of new adhesives at ICE Europe (International Converting Exhibition) in Munich, Germany, from 8-10 November 2011.

For the proven water-based adhesives for film lamination, Planatol has introduced a new crosslinker to the market. This new crosslinker enables the customer to reduce the necessary amount from the usual 5% to 2%. Planatol thus provides a real cost advantage while at the same time delivering excellent lamination results.

In the packaging area, Planatol offers a new hot melt pressure-sensitive adhesive which combines aggressive tack with very short stringing at the nozzle.

Planatol has also developed new water-based dispersion adhesives for packaging. Econ-Fold 1 is ideally suited for gluing e. g. paper sacks and excels in adhesive strength and clean processability.

Last, but definitely not least to be mentioned, are the newly developed moisture-curing PUR hot melts, to be used e. g. for laminating wooden veneers or laminate, for bonding plastic components and for flat lamination.

Planatol is looking forward to receiving visitors at their booth # 342 in Hall B in order to discuss their specific adhesive applications.

About Planatol

The Planatol Group is one of the leading suppliers around the world for adhesives, adhesive applications and applicator systems. Mechanical bonding is increasingly being replaced by adhesive bonding, making production processes cleaner, quicker and more economical. The company's experience of many years enables it to be one of the market leader for intelligent adhesive applications in specialised niche markets.

Source: Planatol

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