Adhesives


Henkel offers Loctite tire bonding solution with outstanding adhesion for acoustic foams and integrated sensors

Extensive testing has confirmed the excellent adhesion strength and flexibility of Loctite SI 5930 FIT from Henkel for a wide range of tire rubbers, acoustic foams and release agents. The photo shows the set-up of a 90 degrees foam peel test. (Photo: Henkel, PR045)Düsseldorf, Germany – To pave the road towards next-generation automotive tires with effective cavity noise reduction and increased sensor technology, Henkel has introduced Loctite SI 5930 FIT, an RTV silicone rubber adhesive for in-tire bonding applications. The product provides excellent adhesion properties on all common tire rubbers and is compatible with different acoustic foams as well as tire release agents. As a MEKO-free and odorless solution it also meets strict HSE standards. In addition, Henkel supports tire manufacturers and suppliers with a comprehensive bonding test program and through collaborations with leaders in tire market consulting consultant and dedicated wheel manufacturing equipment.

New vulcanized tyre labels can take the heat while supporting the whole tyre-making process

New vulcanized tyre labels can take the heat while supporting the whole tyre-making process.
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OEGSTGEEST, the Netherlands — October 25, 2017 — Avery Dennison has created a label which is engineered to bond with the tyre during the vulcanisation process and maintain lifelong adhesion and readability.

Closing the wet-wipe stickiness gap: New adhesive range from Avery Dennison

Closing the wet-wipe stickiness gap: New adhesive range from Avery Dennison.
(Photo: Avery Dennison, PR372)OEGSTGEEST, the Netherlands — October 18, 2017 — Wet wipes are one of the most popular cleaning products in the world. But until now, the adhesives on wet wipe packages would often fail, leaving the remaining wipes to dry out, and customers to lose the value of their purchases.

Changing your Experience at Labelexpo Europe: save time, gain an edge

Changing your Experience at Labelexpo Europe: save time, gain an edge.
(Photo: Avery Dennison, PR370)OEGSTGEEST, the Netherlands — October 9, 2017 — The Avery Dennison Complete Compliance service builds on its show theme of “Pioneering Change,” and offers converters significant time savings while “solving the compliance puzzle” required to meet all global regulatory requirements.

Change perceptions at Labelexpo Europe: Saying luxury in more ways than ever

The Avery Dennison Sensorial Collection gives designers a broad toolset to create soft, textured or patterned papers that can give a premium, vintage or artisanal feel.
(Photo: Avery Dennison, PR367)OEGSTGEEST, the Netherlands — October 5, 2017 — The face value of a label is just one part of a consumer’s impression of a bottle or package. Communicating brand values effectively means going further – how does a label feel? What sound does it emit when touched? Does it give off a scent? Packaging that stimulates multiple senses has a bigger impact on consumers’ perceptions – and helps determine their purchasing decisions.

Avery Dennison makes capital investment in liquid crystal specialty films developer Gauzy

Avery Dennison’s Hanita business division, which manufactures specialty films for a number of industrial and commercial applications, has established an agreement with Gauzy to collaborate on the development and marketing of a retrofit version of Gauzy’s switchable window film, which would add to Avery Dennison’s window film product portfolio.
(Photos: Avery Dennison, PR376)GLENDALE, California — October 3, 2017 — Avery Dennison Corporation (NYSE:AVY), a global materials science and manufacturing company specializing in the design and manufacture of a wide variety of labeling and functional materials, today said it has made an investment in Gauzy, an Israeli-based developer and manufacturer of liquid-crystal-based materials, films, applications and solutions for a variety of end markets including construction, automotive, consumer electronics, home appliances, the solar industry and more.

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