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Due to the sort of post-packaging application and the type of treatment the product will receive, such as pasteurization, a solvent-based adhesive is typically employed in extreme lamination circumstances.
When the solvent travels through the drying tunnel, it evaporates.
One of the main groups of adhesives is solvent-based adhesives. Solvents are combined with thermoplastic or mildly crosslinked polymers such silicone, acrylic, polychloroprene, polyurethane, and natural and synthetic rubbers to create these adhesives (elastomers).
The Global Solvent-Based Lamination Adhesive 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.
A general performance 2K solvent-based PU laminating adhesive for food packaging and other general applications has been introduced under the FLEXBON Brand by the Chemicals Business of Uflex Limited, the largest fully integrated multinational flexible packaging materials and solution company in India.
A significant supplier of adhesives, printing inks, and coatings for a variety of flexible packaging applications is Uflex’s Chemicals Business.
The main motivation behind the development of this product was to reduce the use of solvents. At its manufacturing facility in Noida, Uflex’s Chemicals Business introduced this product to the market (Uttar Pradesh, India).
A general-purpose solvent-based product with a larger application solids range of between 45% and 50% is FLEXBON 162R/162. Lower viscosity, which in turn permits less solvent usage, makes this possible. Laminate becomes less expensive overall as a result, and it also becomes more environmentally friendly.
Benefits continue after this. This product is simple to use, has good adhesion on all metallized and non-metallized films, and has good wettability and solvent release during lamination.
The Chemicals Business of Uflex intends to target both domestic and foreign markets with this offering due to its enormous potential globally.
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