Solventless Lamination Adhesion and Corona Treating

The polymer film and paper lamination industry is gradually converting from solvent-based to sovlentless adhesives due to the tightening VOC limitations issued by government. Laminators are substituting acrylic emulsions, water-based PU adhesives, and high solids systems for dry-bond lamination.

Enercon Industry experts review the critical factors that effect solventless lamination adhesion. Learn when and how in-line surface treatment can improve your results and line speeds.

This Web Clinic will Address:

  • Why flexible packagers are moving solventless process
  • When surface treatment is critical for solventless lamination adhesion
  • Selecting the proper surface treatment technology for your laminator
  • Tips to improve treating performance

The polymer film and paper lamination industry is gradually converting from solvent-based to sovlentless adhesives due to the tightening VOC limitations issued by government. Laminators are substituting acrylic emulsions, water-based PU adhesives, and high solids systems for dry-bond lamination.

Enercon Industry experts review the critical factors that effect solventless lamination adhesion. Learn when and how in-line surface treatment can improve your results and line speeds.

This Web Clinic will Address:

  • Why flexible packagers are moving solventless process
  • When surface treatment is critical for solventless lamination adhesion
  • Selecting the proper surface treatment technology for your laminator
  • Tips to improve treating performance

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Solventless Lamination and Corona Treatment

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