Arofine Polymers to launch new products for dry lamination

Hall 7, Stand-D4

Arofine adhesives

Arofine Polymers, an eco-friendly manufacturer of industrial adhesives, will launch two new products at the upcoming Printpack India 2019. With more than 9 brands, export to 5 countries and a prevalent customer base to its credit, Arofine Polymers is forging associations across industries, regulating innovations and revolutionizing product creation.

At Printpack India 2019, which takes place from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida, the company will launch its AROCRYL 852 and ACROTECH-UV-275. ACROTECH-UV-275 is a high gloss low odor UV curable over print medium for offline application on conventional roller coating or varnishing machine.

AROCRYL 852 lamination emulsion with superior rheological properties is suitable for high speed dry lamination application. It is recommended for pre-print (BOPP, Polyester film) and post-print (MET- PET film) lamination jobs. It offers excellent gloss and clarity on high speed automatic print lamination machines with online cutting arrangement.

During the show, the company plans to meet and interact with existing and potential customers such as machine manufacturers, printing and packaging convertors, technical consultants to offer them innovative solutions to their innovative ideas. “Printpack India will help us in improving our reach to customers. The increased awareness about our products and company will surely help in gaining us new clientele,” says Chaitanya Joshi of Arofine Polymers.
At Printpack 2019, Arofine Polymers will be present in Hall 7, Stand D4.

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