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Bostik Launches Two New Adhesives with Renewable Content

Published on 2021-12-13. Edited By : SpecialChem

TAGS:  Sustainability / Natural Adhesives    

Bostik Launches Two New Adhesives with 50% and 75% Renewable ContentBostik launches Nuplaviva™ 50 and Nuplaviva™ 75 in Nuplaviva™ series of products formulated to meet disposable hygiene article manufacturers’ needs for adhesives with renewable content.

Related Read: Circular Economy in Adhesives & Sealants Industry: What it Means Today?

Nuplaviva™ construction adhesives, initially with 50% and 75% bio-sourced content respectively, provide the same performance and ease of processability expected from Bostik’s traditional adhesive formulations.

Adhesive Formulas to Meet Demands of High Line Speeds


During the research and development stages of Nuplaviva™, it was important we designed an end-product that, although bio-based, article manufacturers did not need to make any changes to their equipment or processes to use,” explains Christophe Morel-Fourrier, Bostik’s global marketing manager, market insights and sustainable innovation. “Exacting the formulas to meet the demands of high line speeds added another layer of complexity. But our researchers were successful in meeting expectations for behavior and performance with both Nuplaviva™ 50 and Nuplaviva™ 75.’’

Compatibility with respect to substrate usage in a various diaper, pad, and pull-on pant designs was top of mind for Bostik’s scientists as they explored and experimented with the Nuplaviva™ formulations. Not only do these adhesives work well with traditional substrates, but testing has also proven they complement the use of a variety of more sustainable substrates. This allows article producers to further advance their sustainable development objectives.

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Bio-Sourced Content to Reduce Dependency On Fossil Carbon


Adding bio-sourced content to our adhesives reduces our dependency—and ultimately our customers’ dependency—on the use of fossil carbon,” notes Morel-Fourrier. “Resource conservation is at the heart of our circular model. Bostik as a whole is making efforts to modify its own manufacturing process, so it is more efficient, less energy-intensive, and generates less waste.”

As sustainability becomes a greater area of focus throughout the disposable hygiene industry, bringing these adhesives to market now allows Bostik to further support the corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts of producers for baby care, feminine hygiene, and adult incontinence products. The launch of Nuplaviva™ 50 and Nuplaviva™ 75 are just two pieces in Bostik’s holistic approach to CSR and sustainability.

The efforts need to be coordinated to ensure that CSR actions taken at an operational level do not have a negative impact on what is happening further along the value chain. Consumer satisfaction with the product cannot be compromised. Neither can the societal, economic, and environmental impact. That is why the use of bio-sourced content should be done responsibly.

Source: Bostik


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