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New non-halogen based flame retardant adhesive coatings

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Jul '12
Scapa, one of the leading custom adhesive coating and lamination companies worldwide, is proud to introduce new non-halogen based adhesive capabilities to address the growing need for chlorine and bromine formulation alternatives for industrial applications.

Non-halogen based adhesives are environmentally friendly and offer textile manufacturers and converters a variety of benefits including; no hydrochloric by-products, lower smoke generation, aging stability, low migration, non-weight gain and waterproofing.

Recent non-halogen adhesive application successes with military, law enforcement, aerospace, automotive, decorative fabric and foam manufacturers have shown a broad range of uses and successfully maintained or increased UV stability, water resistance, and fire retardant properties versus traditional halogen based adhesives.

Scapa offers its partners customised solutions and will work within product and industry spec to provide the optimal solution. Scapa’s onsite technical service and R&D teams utilise advanced laboratory equipment systems and implement tolerance specific testing procedures, including UL 94 vertical flame testing methods.

Scapa is a worldwide leading manufacturer of bonding products and adhesive components for applications in the electronics, healthcare, industrial and transportation markets. 

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