Mactac releases new foam bonding study.
* Mactac has released a new foam bonding study that helps customers pair Mactac's advanced adhesives with Rogers Corporation PORON polyurethane foams.
The study includes comprehensive laboratory testing of a number of Mactac's best-selling rubber adhesives, as well as its newest acrylic adhesives on popular grades of PORON polyurethane foams.
"PORON foams have a well-known reputation for enabling durable, long-term gasketing, sealing and cushioning performance in a variety of applications and markets, including automotive, medical and general industrial," says Janet Page, marketing manager, Mactac Performance Adhesives. "Mactac is committed to helping our customers select the best pressure-sensitive adhesives for any of these important applications. And, through this in-depth research and testing, our customers will now be able to quickly and accurately choose the most ideal adhesive and foam substrate combination for their specific needs."
In addition to Mactac's 593XT and MP899 rubber adhesives, PORON foams were also tested and paired with Mactac's two newest acrylic adhesives: LV820 and MP410.
The proprietary LV820 solvent-free, low-VOC acrylic adhesive is Mactac's latest innovation in clean adhesive technology. Featured in the environmentally friendly Clean-Tape industrial tapes product line, LV820 adhesive products are available as double-coated tapes and transfer adhesives. LV820 delivers non-migratory and non-leaching properties, as well as excellent tack and peel performance.
Also solvent-free, Mactac's MP410 high-tack acrylic adhesive was formulated using the company's proprietary 100% solids adhesive technology. Available in a series of double-coated tapes and transfer adhesives, MP410 touts low levels of VOCs, migratory compounds and residuals.
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|Date:||Apr 1, 2017|
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