Michelman’s 100% recyclable & repulpable functional coatings

Expo ACCCSA 2019 Miami – 9 to 11 July

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Michelman’s 100% recyclable & repulpable functional coatings
Michelman’s 100% recyclable & repulpable functional coatings

Michelman will introduce ExpoACCCSA 2019 attendees to a selection of sustainable, waterborne functional coating solutions for paper and corrugated applications. Developed collaboratively, and with the circular economy in mind, Michelman’s coatings are recyclable, repulpable, PFAS-free and formulated for enhanced performance.

According to John Hurban, vice president and managing director, Michelman Americas, “We take a collaborative approach when developing sustainable solutions. By working closely with a global network of partners throughout the value chain, we optimize our technologies. For example, at any given time, we’re working with paper mills to do paper evaluations and performance testing, with converters to develop customized structures, and with brand owners to understand and develop sustainability goals based on consumer behavior.”

This approach has resulted in innovative and highly effective coating technologies that have become the go-to solutions for many leading companies around the globe. Featured brands at this year’s show include VaporCoat and HydraBan, used for water vapor and moisture resistance Michem Coat, a range of solutions for grease barrier and stain prevention; and Nomar and ThermaGloss for abrasion protection and skid resistance.

Michelman invites visitors to learn more about these established and trusted brands in Stand #48 at ExpoACCCSA 2019 held from 9-11 July 2019, at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel.

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