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Water-based adhesives have water as its carrier, which is then dried (dry bond laminating) to leave the active resin system on the substrate to be bound to a secondary substrate to create the lamination.
Along with foil and paper, these items can be applied to a number of film substrates. Labels for snacks and bottles, microwaveable and boil-in-bag packaging, and bottle labels are examples of end use applications in the food packaging industry.
Medical packaging and flexible industrial laminations are some more applications. These goods offer quick turnaround from slit to ship and are often machine-ready without the need for dilution.
A correctly mixed adhesive, whether it is solvent-based, water-based, or solventless, is essential to performance. Always adhere to the mix ratio, mixing techniques, and dilution guidelines provided by the glue manufacturer.
When batch-mixing adhesive, weigh it on scales designed for the task. When weighing larger drum-size amounts, floor balances are commonly utilised; however, a lab bench scale with accuracy in the hundredths is appropriate for lower quantity items like co-reactants.
The Global Water-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 two-part, water-dilutable laminating glue for flexible films and cellulosic substrates is called Aqua-Lam 444A.
To attain the desired qualities, Aqua-Lam CR 7-103 must be used according to the suggested mix ratio. For use in pharmaceutical pill packaging, excellent adherence to Aclar and PVC.
When CR 7-103 is used, it produces laminations with a strong initial bond and a high degree of clarity and thermal stability after curing. adhesion to PVC and Aclar.
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