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CARBOWAX™

Adhesives ingredients supplied by Dow

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PEG-20. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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PEG-32. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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PEG-4. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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PEG-4. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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PEG-6. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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PEG-4. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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PEG-75. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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PEG-6 Methyl Ether. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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CARBOWAX™ 400 by Dow is polyethylene glycol, PEG-8. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives as a plasticizer. Offers increasing lubricity and humectant properties. CARBOWAX™ 400... view more
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CARBOWAX™ 4000 by Dow is polyethylene glycol-90. Used as a plasticizer in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. CARBOWAX™ 4000 possesses good lubricity and humectant properties... view more
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PEG-100. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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PBlend of PEG-6 and PEG-32. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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Methoxy PEG-10. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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CARBOWAX™ 600 by Dow is polyethyl glycol-12. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. CARBOWAX™ 600 maintains... view more
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CARBOWAX™ 6000 by Dow is PEG-150. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. CARBOWAX™ 6000 maintains wet-tack... view more
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PEG-12. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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Methoxy PEG-16. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives. Acts as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. Maintains wet-tack strength... view more
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CARBOWAX™ 8000 by Dow is PEG-180. Used in pressure sensitive and thermoplastic adhesives as a plasticizer. Possesses lubricity increasing and humectant properties. CARBOWAX™ 8000 maintains wet-tack... view more
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