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Innovation in Adhesive and Sealant Materials – Resins

SpecialChem / Oct 29, 2003

During the past year or two, many new resins and additives have been introduced on the market. These add significantly to the adhesive formulators' toolbox. These new products can be used to build innovative adhesive systems meeting the demanding specifications and requirements of the industry. This article will review a few of the new resin systems that have been recently introduced. They represent generally base polymers and curing agents that can be used as a foundation in new adhesive and sealant formulations. In a future article, additives including tackifying resins, diluent resins, etc. will be similarly reviewed. The newly developed resins that are described certainly are not meant to represent an all-inclusive listing. They represent only a small fraction of the fruitful results of research and development that has transpired over the past few years. If there are any significant resins missed, please send a note to the author via SpecialChem and they will be considered for future mention.

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