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The Use of the Laminating Adhesive

  • Update:02-06-2017
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    The adhesive is a compound for bonding or bonding two d […]

    The adhesive is a compound for bonding or bonding two different articles. The laminated adhesive also does the same job. According to our request, we chose a good laminated adhesive. Adhesive type is different, the role is not the same.

    The dry laminating adhesive simply has some solvent. With the time the solvent and the two surfaces of the laminate film are glued together, this is more suitable for home applications. The bond strength is not great, but it is safer and less toxic.

    The first laminating adhesive is a natural gum and other plant resins. Archaeologists have discovered ceramic boats that have been broken for more than 6,000 years and are repaired with plant resins. Most early adhesives are animal gums made by making animal products (such as Native Americans use buffalo hoofs). Native Americans now use a mixture of spruce and fat in the eastern United States as a binder and use a watertight seam in their birch canoe.

    In the Babylonian era, glue gels to glue statues. In addition, Egypt is one of the most prominent users of adhesives. The Egyptians use animals to stick to the graves, furniture, ivory and papyrus. In addition, the Mongols use the adhesive to do short bow. In medieval Europe, egg white was used to decorate golden leaf parchment. At the beginning of the 17th century, the first glue factory was established in the Netherlands, producing glue. Later, in the 1750s, the British introduced the fish glue. With the further development of modernization, new patents have been published through the use of rubber, bones, starch, fish and casein. Modern adhesives have improved flexibility, toughness, cure speed, temperature and chemical resistance.

    The resin supply for the laminating adhesive industry appears to be dominated by cost and legislative factors. Innovative demand will continue from the retailer, but not the main driver, because the transition seeks to reduce manufacturing costs, rationalize the supplier base and achieve compliance.