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Spinnaker Coating Debuts Microtak, an Ultra-removable Acrylic Adhesive

Published on 2016-03-09. Author : SpecialChem

Troy, Ohio -- Spinnaker Coating LLC, a manufacturer and industry-leading service provider of pressure sensitive paper and film products for the printing industry, has added a microsphere adhesive called Microtak™ to its product line.

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Fig. 1: Spinnaker Coating

Microtak is an ultra-removable acrylic adhesive that uses microsphere technology to provide long-term removability, repositionability, and re-application on many substrates. “Our customers have continued to ask us for this type of product, and we are excited to be able to offer it on a variety of facestocks. It adds even more versatility to our removable product offerings,” said Joel Ulrich, Roll Product Manager.

Microtak ultra removable adhesive is currently stocked with 44# CTT paper, Primeglos™ paper, 2.0 mil Clear and 2.3 mil White BOPP, and PrimeScan® film. A direct thermal paper option will be launched in the coming months. Common applications include: glass, building supplies, corrugate, and many other substrates where repositionability or reapplication is desired.

Constructions are available Trimless with a minimum of one roll 3” x 5,000’. This provides users with the ability to try these products on a smaller scale without having to order a full master.

About Spinnaker

Spinnaker Coating is a customer-focused company that develops, manufactures, and markets adhesive-coated paper and film constructions for conversion by printers and industrial users into marketing, identifying, promoting, labeling, and decorating applications. The Company is owned by its employees through an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP).

Source: Spinnaker

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