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January 29, 2014
1 Min Read
A second-generation laminating adhesive for film, foil and paper applications is dubbed Robond™ L. The co. says that the family of water-based, dry-bond adhesives is specifically developed to meet general- and medium-performance applications for a range of packaging laminations, promising converters a bond strength and chemical-resistance typical of solvent adhesives. Also enduring pasteurization and aggressive filling goods, the adhesives are said to run on existing solvent-based equipment. The co. notes that beta-test customers found that lower coating rates and higher speeds didn't cause foaming or anilox roll clogging.
Rohm and Haas, 215/592-3000. www.rohmhaas.com
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