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Non-solvent Lamination

Non-solvent lamination adhesive is a type of adhesive that is used to bond two or more layers of material together without the use of a solvent. Solvents are typically used in adhesives to dissolve the adhesive and allow it to spread evenly over the surface of the materials being bonded. However, solvent-based adhesives can have negative environmental and health impacts, so non-solvent alternatives have been developed as a more sustainable option. These types of adhesives are typically applied using a roller or a brush, and can be made from a variety of materials such as acrylics, polyurethanes, and natural rubber. Non-solvent adhesives also have advantages such as faster drying time and low VOC emissions, which help to keep the air clean.

Lamination Types

In the process of dry lamination, bonding agents are applied to substrates that have been dissolved into a liquid form. The substrate is then dried in an oven to remove any remaining bonding material. After this step, an adhesive is applied to the substrate and it is then laminated to another substrate through the use of high pressure and heated rollers. This approach improves the strength of the laminate.

Applications for Non-solvent Lamination

  • Lamination of food packaging materials, such as pouches and bags, to create a barrier against moisture, oxygen, and other contaminants that can affect the shelf life of the food.
  • Lamination of medical and pharmaceutical packaging materials, such as blister packs and sachets, to create a barrier against moisture and other contaminants that can affect the potency and effectiveness of the medication.
  • Lamination of industrial packaging materials, such as bags and covers, to create a barrier against moisture, dust, and other contaminants that can affect the performance of the packaged goods.
  • Lamination of decorative packaging materials, such as labels and boxes, to create a glossy finish or to add a design or pattern to the packaging.


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