National Adhesives Selector Guide Features Hot Melt Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives
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Press release date: February 28, 2008
BRIDGEWATER, NJ, February 28, 2008 - National Adhesives (www.nationaladh.com) has published a selector guide featuring DURO-TAK® Hot Melt Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives (PSAs). These high-performance adhesives are designed to optimize coater line speed in labeling and other applications requiring high tack.
The full-color, eight-page "DURO-TAK Hot Melt PSAs Selector Guide" provides handy information so applicators can choose the right combination of properties and end-use performance for both everyday and unusually challenging conditions. Physical properties and performance data for 13 DURO-TAK products,with information about viscosity, softening point, Gardner color, special features, peel, shear and typical applications are provided in two detailed charts.
For a free copy of the "DURO-TAK Hot Melt PSAs Selector Guide," contact National Adhesives Information Center, One Matrix Drive, Monroe, NJ 08831. Call 1-800-797-4992. Fax 1-609-409-5699. E-mail: email@example.com. Information is also available at www.nationaladh.com.
National Adhesives is a unit of National Starch and Chemical Company, which had worldwide sales of $3.7 billion in 2006. National Adhesives offers liquid emulsion, solvent-borne solution and hot melt adhesives to customers worldwide. National Adhesives' products are based on polyurethane, acrylic, rubber, ethylene vinyl acetate, epoxy, polyvinyl acetate and starch and dextrin chemistries. National Starch and Chemical Company has its headquarters in Bridgewater, N.J., and is a member of the ICI Group, an Akzo Nobel company.
National Starch and Chemical Company is dedicated to meeting the needs and expectations of customers without compromising its commitment to sustainability. National Starch supports sustainability through its continuous efforts to improve the safety, health and environment of the communities in which it operates. For detailed information on National Starch's sustainability program, visit www.nationalstarch.com.
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