Articles

Influence of Temperature and Atmosphere on the Curing Rate and Final Properties of UV Curing Acrylates and Expoxides

M. Popp, 2005 Conference

UV curing adhesives now have an established share of the adhesive market 1,2]. A distinction is made between radical curing systems, most of which are based on acrylates, and cationic curing systems, which are mostly based on epoxides 3,4].

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages
Industry: Adhesives

10 Years of UV Crosslinking of Hotmelt PSA - A Succes Story

R. Mueller, IST METZ GmbH, 2005 Conference

The first UV unit worldwide for the cross-linking of UV curable hotmelt acrylates was put into operation at HERMA in Germany in 1995. Already one year earlier, tests had been carried out under production conditions in order to obtain first results with hotmelt acrylates.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 9 pages
Industry: Adhesives

New Trends in the Development of Solvent-Free Acrylic PSA Systems

R. Milker, 2005 Conference

Solvent-free pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) technology is a relatively new generation of industrial technology that allows the manufacture of a new class of self-adhesive technical and medical products.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 12 pages
Industry: Adhesives

New Quick Set 2K UV Laminating Adhesive Systems for Food Flexible Packaging

A. Lin, 2005 Conference

New quick-set 2K UV laminating systems have been developed and advantages are described. This new breed of laminating adhesives filled in the gap between traditional polyurethane systems (solvent based and solventless) and conventional UV/EB laminating adhesives.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages
Industry: Adhesives

Nanoscalic Sol-gel-fillers in Fibre-chip-adhesives

A. Battermann, 2003 Conference

State-of-the-art technology today stands for bonding as the joining technique in construction and
connection technology for fibre and integrated optical sensors. Therefore, mainly commercially
available adhesive systems are used.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 14 pages
Industry: Adhesives

LED Curing Versus Conventional UV Curing Systems: Property Comparisons of Acrylates and Epoxies

K. Dake, E. Montgomery, Y.C. Koo and M. Hubert, 2003 Conference

The development of high power short wavelength light emitting diodes (LED) in the late 90s created the potential of a solid state ultraviolet/visible curing source. The benefits of LEDs are low heat, portability and low power consumption.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages
Industry: Adhesives

Innovative Developments for UV Silicone Realease Coatings

M. Ferenz, 2003 Conference

There are two UV curable silicone release systems on the market. Both are solventless and produce release coatings without the use of heat, but differ by their underlying chemistries.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 10 pages
Industry: Adhesives

Production of UV-Crosslinkable Acrylic Pressure-Sensitivie Adhesives Wit An Extruder

Dr. R. Milker and Dr. Zbigniew, 2003 Conference

The present report evaluates the production of solvent-free acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSA5) with a twin-screw extruder.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages
Industry: Adhesives

New UV 'Premium Release System

2003 Conference

Cationic Radiation curable silicones have been complemented by additional silicones in order to achieve special needs such as very low and stable release in front of agressive adhesives.

Costs: Free
Content: pages
Industry: Adhesives

Novel UV curable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives

Dr. R. Ronisch, 2003 Conference

A broad and novel array of UV-curable pressure-sensitive adhesives from Henkel now combine many of the virtues of familiar water- and solvent-based adhesives formulations plus the advantages of hotmelts.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 10 pages
Industry: Adhesives

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