A Modified Thermoplastic Adhesive Layer in Laminates
The process of lamination is valuable to many industries since it provides the opportunity to combine the properties of differing materials to meet specific end uses. Particularly useful is the ability to combine plastic and metal substrates for such applications as building panels with decorative finishes, weight reducing panels for the aircraft and automotive industries, cable wrapping and packaging.
KeywordsMaleic Anhydride Ethylene Vinyl Alcohol Maleated Polypropylene Dibenzoyl Peroxide Extrusion Coating
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