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Water-based adhesives prepared from low strength materials of animal or vegetable origin were the earliest adhesives used and are still important for furniture and plywood manufacture, paper and packaging materials, and similar applications where low strength and a limited durability to outdoor conditions are acceptable. 3) and other blends referred to as thermosettingthermoplastic resin adhesives. These adhesives have increased toughness and strength while their improved resilience enhances stress-distribution properties.
Solid forms are also available as films extruded cord lengths, suitable for machine application. Other solvent-free liquid forms ('100% solid systems') contain the thermoplastic material as a monomer or as a pre-polymer which requires a catalyst to bring about polymerisation to a high molecular-weight solid. Thermoplastic rubber adhesives are some of the most versatile industrial adhesives currently used. The rubber-based adhesives discussed in the following pages include; natural and reclaim rubbers and synthetic elastomers such as polychloroprene (neoprene), butyl, styrene-butadiene and acrylonitrilebutadiene (nitrile).
Exceptionally low permeability to gases, vapours and moisture. Resilience, electrical resistivity and resistance of butyl to abrasion, acids and heat are improved by vulcanisation. Applications Not widely used in adhesive systems. Paper and stationery, fabrics and butyl rubbers to other elastomers (not silicone rubbers). Automobile tyre fabrication (tread to carcass bonding and latex tyre cord primer for rayon or nylon fibres). Metal to butyl rubber bonding. Mastics for sealing and caulking. Remarks Properties resemble those of reclaim rubbers.
Adhesives Handbook by J. Shields (Auth.)