Mallard Creek Polymers Discusses Adhesive Options Available to Formulation Professionals as the 2015 PSTC ApproachesMay 6, 2015
Charlotte, NC, May 5, 2015–Mallard Creek Polymers, Inc. (MCP) would like to invite you to Booth 6 to discuss novel polymer concepts to achieve challenging adhesive requirements. MCP exhibited at the PSTC meeting for the first time in 2014, but has a long history of participating in this industry. The company continues to create innovative styrene-butadiene emulsion polymers to complement the PSA products like Rovene® 4423, Rovene 6105, and Rovene 4813 (for removable products). The use of the company’s published In-Process Modification technology (2007 PSTC) coupled with new developments in tackifier chemistry provides low-cost formulation options to the skilled formulation scientist. Because the company is driven to customize products for individual clients, the opportunity for developing lower cost or improved performance is clearly achievable. In recent work with different tackifiers, Rovene 5044 demonstrated shear and tack equal to industry standard, high solids acrylic adhesives. Styrene-butadiene chemistry has always demonstrated outstanding shear performance and specific adhesion to difficult substrates.
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