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The two substrates to be joined come into touch in a wet-bonding lamination procedure when the glue that has been applied to one of them has entirely dried off.
It is significant to remember that one of the substrates must be porous in order for the solvent to pass through it.
Wet bond lamination involves applying adhesive to plastic film, letting it dry with air flow (at room temperature) or heat (up to 40 C occasionally to hasten the process), and then applying the dried adhesive to a second substrate (such as paper, paper board, cardboard, etc.) using a cold compression nip.
The Global Wet Bond Laminating 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.
Wet Bond Acrylic Lamination/Cold Lamination for Film to Paper/Paper Board, water-based adhesive.
Applications for it include: Silver/gold cardboard, paperboard, and duplex board are used for laminating plastic film such as transparent PET, clear BOPP, and MPET to printed paper.
Application using any automatic or semiautomatic machine that applies rubber rollers, anilox rollers, or standard rollers.
50–60 sheets per minute PET corona that has been treated above 42 Dyne and above 38 Dyne BOPP corona Adhesive used in the lamination of catalogs, prospectuses, brochures, placards, labels, books, paper carry bags, visiting cards, food trays, paper boxes, and packaging cartons, among other materials.
Water-based acrylic polymer emulsion adhesive made for lamination without heating or wet bonding.
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