In adhesives intended to be removable it's usually important to have high tack for good initial adhesion, but at the same time peel strength should be low and not build over time so the adhesive can be easily removed. Another important performance requirement is for clean removal of the adhesive with no ghosting or residue. The degree of carboxylation and the glass transition (Tg) of the polymer emulsion will all have an impact on the removability of the adhesive formulation. Non-carboxylated styrene-butadiene latexes tend to have limited adhesion build over time, making them a logical choice in removable adhesive applications.
Rovene 6031 is an all acrylic latex designed for low VOC interior/exterior applications where high filler loading is required as as well as applications that required bake-ability.
Rovene 403 is a low odor all acrylic emulsion that can be used as a polymer modifier for hydraulic cementitious mixtures for repair, basecoats for EIFS, decorative overlays and tile grouts or mortars.
Tylac 873 is a carboxylated acrylonitrile-butadiene copolymer emulsion used in anionic asphalt emulsions to improve low temperature flexibility, reduce high temperature tack, improve strength and chemical resistance.