Dow launches new Adcote L76-500 adhesive for high speed metal lamination

October 4, 2019

Packaging Solutions

 

Dow has expanded its portfolio of solvent based adhesives with the new Adcote L76-500 high solids adhesive, opening new opportunities beyond traditional metal to film lamination. Designed to work on a broad range of medium performance applications and packaging structures, the innovative adhesive offers up to 55% high solids content in application, enabling converters to improve production efficiency and lamination speed while reducing energy costs and emissions. 

 

 

‘Converters operate in an increasingly competitive market, facing material and processing cost pressures,’ said Izzat Midani, marketing manager EMEA at Dow Packaging and Specialty Plastics. ‘With the new Adcote high solids adhesive we are providing our customers the opportunity to boost their competitiveness in the market with an efficient yet sustainable solution.’

 

Adcote L76-500 high solids adhesive is designed for medium performance applications such as stand up pouches for condiments and sauces and personal care packaging. Its properties make it suitable for a broad range of packaging structures such as laminates with metallised films, aluminium foil, OPA, PET, barrier films, as well as triplex and quadruplex compositions with PE and cPP. 

 

Showing good wettability on most demanding films and excellent solvent release during drying, the new adhesive enables high lamination speeds up to 400 metres per minute for an enhanced production processing and output. 

 

‘With the new Adcote high solids adhesive, Dow delivers on specific customer requirements with sustainable production in mind,’ said Daniele Vinci, application technology leader adhesives EMEA at Dow Packaging & Specialty Plastics. ‘The high solid content in application of the new adhesive enables low solvent emissions and reduced energy costs. In addition, the low monomer content qualifies it for an H351 free label and delivers a balanced PAA1 decay, while being free of Bisphenol A.’

 

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