Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA)

Storage Binders

Novel Binder targets paperboard and packaging industries.

Consisting of vinyl acetate-ethylene-copolymer dispersion, VINNAPAS® EF 104 has been developed specifically for coating of paperboard surfaces and complies with food contact regulatory requirements. Binder provides good calendered sheet gloss, brightness, and high opacity, and facilitates clear, sharp print images on coated surfaces. In addition, product offers optimized dry and wet pick coating...

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Dispersions

VAE Dispersion bonds surfaces in paper and packaging industry.

Based on vinyl acetate-ethylene copolymers, VINNAPAS® EP 8010 permanently bonds challenging paper and cardboard surfaces, such as coated or painted paper, and polymeric film. Aqueous dispersion is manufactured without use of alkylphenol ethoxylates and makes supplementary plasticizers unnecessary. Delivering heat-resistant bond, product is suited for formulating adhesives used in food packaging...

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Polyethylene

LyondellBasell Launches Lupotech A Autoclave Technology for Specialty LDPE and EVA Copolymers

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands, Aug. 25 /- LyondellBasell Industries announces the launch of Lupotech A technology for the production of specialty low density polyethylene (LDPE) and ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) products. This high-pressure autoclave process technology is optimized for the manufacture of advanced products with demanding processing requirements, such as adhesives and sealants with vinyl...

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Basalt America Announces Stronger, Lighter, and Corrosion-Free FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)
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Basalt America Announces Stronger, Lighter, and Corrosion-Free FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)

Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), represents a truly groundbreaking advancement in structural reinforcement. Lightweight, strong, and green, they are changing the way the construction industry thinks about rebar. Unlike steel, FRPs don't rust and are far stronger than standard rebar. To learn why Fiber Reinforced Polymers are poised to change the way the world builds, see our video.

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