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Joint laminating process unveiled.

A roll-to-roll laminating process using polyurethane reactive hot melt adhesive that allows textile manufacturers to achieve improved durability and to eliminate curing ovens and volatile organic compounds (VOC's) has been jointly developed by the Bondmaster Products division of National Starch and Chemical, Bridgewater, NJ, and Nordson, Norcross, GA. The process combines National Starch's Pur-Fect Lok" polyurethane reactive hot melt adhesive with the Nordson "Porous Coat" system to apply discrete, random dot patterns of solventless polyurethane adhesives to substrates in narrow or wide web applications. The process will be introduced during an open house held in Norcross by Nordson on November 5.
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Title Annotation:National Starch and Chemical and Nordson develop polyurethane hot melt adhesive laminating of textile fibers
Publication:Nonwovens Industry
Date:Oct 1, 1993
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