Ashland Adds to Adhesives Line

FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2016

Specialty chemical producer Ashland (Dublin, OH) has unveiled two new acrylic emulsion-based pressure sensitive adhesives.

Aroset APS 1295 is a coater-ready adhesive for permanent applications while Aroset 2570 adhesive is designed for temporary applications, Ashland reports.

Aroset APS 1295 is described as an acrylate emulsion made to deliver high performance with an environmentally compatible profile. The company recommends the adhesive for use in tapes for building and construction, house wrap splice and industrial assemblies.

“Aroset 1295 PSA combines good adhesion and cohesion, resists water and is able to form bond at temperatures as low as -20 degrees Celsius,” said Zhaohui Sun, industry manager, pressure sensitive adhesives, Ashland.

The adhesive can also be used in permanent labels and decals and overlaminating films.

Aroset 2570 is well suited for masking tapes, labels and graphics, according to the company. The adhesive allows tapes, films and paper-based materials to be easily removed or repositioned, even after long-term aging, the company says.

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Tagged categories: Acrylic; Adhesive; Coating chemistry; Coatings Technology; Construction chemicals; Sealant; Specialty functions

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