Adhesives & Sealants Industry August 2011 by Teresa McPherson

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The new site reportedly provides easy access to information about the company’s products for: decorative, industrial and transportation coatings; printing inks, overprint varnishes, functional coatings, and adhesives for printing and packaging; building and infrastructure materials; and nonwovens and fiber bonding. us/dpsolutions FISNAR RENEWABLE ENERGY BROCHURE A new brochure highlights this company’s SOLARPREP™ renewable energy equipment program. The brochure introduces current renewable energy technologies and Fisnar’s manufacturing solutions, from simple modular automation to full-factory systems.

Offers myriad color pigments and select raw materials. ; Kenneth Ledford, Techl. ; Mike Byrne, Sales Mgr. TH Hilson Company Brookfield Defelsko Semicro TQC Adhesion Science Products Adhesive Systems Inc. GlueArts Henkel Adhesives TacAll Adhesives Squares 1761 S. , Ste. com Lori Hilson; Matt Krause Distributor of specialty chemical raw materials. GEORGIA ILLINOIS REPRESENTED: REPRESENTED: REPRESENTED: Brandt Technologies Inc. T. Hutchins Company Ltd. 901 S. Stimson Ave. -SE Chemical distributor serving the adhesives and sealants, coatings, inks, plastics, and other industries.

The jaw separation rate is set to 300 mm/min. Tests are carried out after the label has been applied to the plate for 20 minutes. A second set of tests is carried out on samples that have been prepared for 24 hours, which is the length of time considered to provide the ultimate adhesion. The 90° peel test differs from the 180° peel test in that it can allow the end user to compare how different laminates can be repositioned. Measuring peel adhesion at 90° normally gives a lower value than at 180° and is better-suited for more fragile materials that normally result in paper tear.

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