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Removal of organic solvents for the purpose of manufacturing of solvent-free pressure-sensitive adhesives

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The present report reports on the process of the removal of organic solvents in the polymerisation reactor, thin-layer evaporator, and twin-screw extruder for the production of the solvent-free acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSA). New applications and technical specifications stimulate the continuous development of new methods of manufacturing of non-solvent self-adhesives. The new synthesis of 100% acrylic systems includes solvent polymerisation and finally a removal of volatile organic compounds in a special extruder, polymerisation vessel or an industrial evaporator. The removal process requires controlling such relevant parameters as temperature, pressure and volatile organic compounds concentration.
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10
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1
Pages
37-40
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published
1 - 1 - 2008
online
3 - 4 - 2008
References
  • Satas, D. (1982). Handbook of Pressure Sensitive Technology, Edited by Van Nostrand-Rheinhold Co, New York, USA.
  • Everaerts, A. & Malmer, J., (1992). WO Patent No. 93/13148 3M, PCT.
  • Benedek, I. (2006). Developments in Pressure-Sensitive Products, Edited by Istvan Benedek, Taylor & Francis a CRC Press Book, New York, USA.
  • Czech, Z. (1999). Crosslinking of acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesives, Edited by Szczecin University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland.
  • Czech, Z. (2002). Strahlenvernetzbare Lösemittelfreie Polyacrylatklebstoffe. Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe, 10, 492 - 501.
  • Milker, R., Czech, Z. & Wesołowska, M., (2007). "Synthesis of photoreactive solvent-free acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesives in the recovered system", VII Conference: "Technologie Bezodpadowe i Zagospodarowanie Odpadów w Przemyśle Chemicznym i Rolnictwie", Międzyzdroje, June, Poland.
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Publication order reference
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bwmeta1.element.-psjd-doi-10_2478_v10026-008-0009-3
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