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Handbook of Adhesive Chemical and Compounding Ingredients

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Title: Handbook of Adhesive Chemical and Compounding Ingredients
Author: Michael and Irene Ash
ISBN: 1890595152 / 9781890595159
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 1084
Publisher: Synapse Information Resource
Year: 1999
Availability: In Stock
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Adhesive manufacture represents an $18 billion a year global industry. The market for adhesive products spans a diverse range of industries including: electrical and electronic systems, packaging, consumer goods, medical and dental products, construction and building materials, industrial assemblies, paper, and transportation. The primary categories of adhesives are: hot-melt, pressure-sensitive, protein-based, radiation-curable, heat-sealing, heat-activated, rubber-based, thermoplastic, thermosetting, solventborne, and waterborne.

The Handbook of Adhesive Chemicals And Compounding Ingredients describes the raw materials that are used to manufacture the variety of adhesives that meet end user requirements. This reference includes information on the following types of chemicals and materials: Accelerating agents; Adhesion promoters, Antiblocking agents; Antioxidants; Antimicrobials, Antisag agents, Antitack agents; Bases; Bleaches; Catalysts; Colloidal stabilizers; Crosslinking agents; Defoamers; Curing agents, Dispersants; Dyes; Extenders; Fillers; Film-formers, Flame retardants, Gloss agents, Hardeners, Humectants; Insolubilizers; Liquefiers; Pigments; Polymers, Plasticizers; Preservatives; Processing aids; Reinforcing agents, Resins, Rosins, Softeners; Solvents; Stabilizers, Tackifiers; Thickeners/Viscosity control agents; UV absorbers; Vulcanizing agents; Waxes, Waterproofing agents; Wetting agents.

The selection of raw materials for a specific adhesive product is a complex process that includes evaluation of essential factors such as: adhesive type, materials to be joined (e.g., texture of substrates), processing factors, requirements for product construction, expected usage, cost constraints, end-use environmental conditions (UV light, solvents, temperature), and regulatory constraints.

The reference is organized so that the reader can access the information on adhesive ingredients based on the trade name, chemical components, functions and application areas, manufacturer, CAS number, and EINECS/ELINCS number.


Part 1 : Trade Name Reference
Part 2 : Chemical Component Cross-Reference
Part 3 : Functional/Application Index
Part 4 : Manufacturers Directory

CAS Number Index
FDA Regulatory Number Index

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