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ROH introduces Robond PS-1000 for protective applications
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May '08
Specialty materials company Rohm and Haas has extended its line of environmentally advanced Robond adhesives with the addition of the new Robond PS-1000 series of aqueous acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesives for protective applications.

Formulated to be direct-coated on polyolefin films used to protect a variety of building products, durable goods and automotive exteriors, this new series offers a range of adhesive levels and properties to meet the widely varying tack and adhesion requirements of the rapidly growing protective films market. The result is a broader selection of high-performance, water-based adhesives for protective films than ever before available.

Common to all of the water-based acrylic adhesives in the new Robond PS-1000 line is the easy removability of the film over time, a critical feature for the full spectrum of protective applications. These applications include coated and uncoated metal and smooth surfaces (low to medium adhesion requirements); extruded profile, glass, plastic sheets and painted surfaces (medium adhesion); as well as textiles, carpet and other low surface energy substrates (high adhesion).

“With the new Robond PS-1000 series, we're able to offer protective film manufacturers the right adhesive with the right cross-linker for the right application,” says Frederic Bodino, Rohm and Haas Marketing Manager, Europe-Middle East-Africa Region, Packaging and Building Materials. “And our many years of experience with aqueous acrylic technology enables us to do this with environmentally advanced products that replace solvent-based adhesives.”

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