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Sprayable Polychloroprene Adhesive Bonds Well Without Solvents

SpecialChem / Sep 26, 2013

Scientists from Akzo Nobel Chemicals in the Netherlands have solved problems plaguing one-component (ā€œ1Cā€) solventless spray-on adhesives by adding silica sol to polychloroprene dispersions under carefully controlled pH conditions. Specifically, Akzo Nobel has developed a sprayable polychloroprene adhesive that hardens immediately after spraying, has a long pot life, and produces bonds with high h...

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