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Adhesives for laminating polyurethane. The most popular laminating adhesive resins in the market are polyurethanes.
They have a lengthy history of use, strong all-around adhesion qualities, and a diverse range of performance capabilities. Isocyanates and polyols are the fundamental constituents of polyurethanes.
The Global Polyurethane Laminating Adhesives market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
For the food packaging and industrial markets, primarily in Asia, where solvent-based systems are predominate, Toyo-Morton, Ltd., hailed as Japan’s largest manufacturer of laminating adhesives and a member of the Toyo Ink Group, has developed the new ECOAD series of polyurethane solvent-free laminating adhesive systems.
ECOAD adhesive solutions have made it possible to continuously laminate metalized packaging structures with two or three layers while maintaining the integrity of the metalized sheets and maintaining a smooth look.
These solvent-free adhesives also don’t contain any volatile organic compounds, which increases their sustainability for end users.
End-users benefit significantly from the environmental benefits of ECOAD solvent-free systems because they don’t need to be diluted with an organic solvent prior to laminating.
The base adhesive EA-N6008 and a hardener, either EA-N5618 or EA-N5633, make up the ECOAD solvent-free series.
Improved heat resistance and durability for zipper bags as well as improved performance in continuous lamination shows are provided by the EA-N6008/EA-N5618 solution.
The treatment gives aluminium vapour deposited laminates like PET/VMPET and PET/VMCPP a smooth appearance, making them appropriate for use in shampoo refill pouches and food packaging for dried and boiled items.
The EA-N6008 / EA-N5633 solution is especially made for solely aluminium packaging structures, like single-serve sachets for ketchup and chilli sauce. It exhibits exceptional resistance to high acidic content.
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