Polyester adhesive

polyester adhesive
polyester adhesive
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Chemical composition
polyester, polyurethane, polymer, polyolefin
Product applications
for aeronautics, for bonding
Number of components
Technical characteristics


TecWeb® - Designed For High Demand Applications Aligned For Successful Application TecWeb® is normally shipped without release liner, though web on release paper can be ordered on special request. TecWeb® adhesive is not a film with a closed surface, but a porous three dimensional structure. The open structure makes the resultant laminate more flexible and breathable. Flexible And Innovative TecWeb® offers an extremely versatile pallet of High-Tech adhesives. This large flexibility results from different base polymers used to formulate the webs, e.g. co-polyamides, co-polyesters, co-polyolefins and polyurethanes. Webs are produced from 6 to 60 g/m² and in wide widths. Temperature, Pressure and Time In order to process TecWeb®, three fundamental parameters are to be considered: temperature, pressure and time. To activate the adhesive, a glue line temperature above the melting point is required. Pressure and time are then coordinated with the respective substrates, in order to ensure the highest quality laminate. Why TecWeb®? Special characteristics » predictable performance and adhesion strength » light weights » open structure: does not trap air, air- and steam-permeable » superb mechanical properties, excellent vacuum or thermo-forming characteristics » high resistance to chemicals such as lubricants, fuel and oils » soft hand and high elasticity or flexibility » limited penetration into porous or absorbent materials/substrates » limited rustling noise (compared to a film or foil)


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