High Initial Bond Strength
Initial bond strength is a valuable property when assembling parts together and keeping them in position. Adhesives must combine good initial tack and adhesion.
They offer a variety of possible applications owing to their outstanding adhesive properties. These range from 3-D decorative film lamination in the furniture industry and heat lamination for automotive interior trim to the often highly complex manufacture of fashionable footwear.
Polyurethane dispersions give impressive results in all of these applications due to its very high initial and final bond strength in bonding a large number of natural and synthetic materials.
Moreover, the addition of an emulsifiable polyisocyanate crosslinker considerably increases heat resistance and ensures significantly better resistance to chemical degradation.