New FLEXBON solvent-less white adhesive from Uflex Chemical Business Unit

New solvent-less white adhesive from Uflex

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new flexbon solvent-less white adhesive from Uflex Chemical Bsuiness Unit
New Flexbon white solvent-less adhesive from Uflex' Chemical Business Unit

The Uflex Chemicals Business Unit a part of India’s largest fully integrated multinational flexible packaging materials and solution company, has launched a general-to-medium performance 2K solvent-less PU adhesive called FLEXBON 901A/901W. The new Flexbon solvent-less adhesive enables converters and brand owners to substantially improve flexible packaging performance while reducing their application costs.

The chemicals business of Uflex is a leading provider of adhesives, printing inks and coatings for a wide range of flexible packaging applications. The new Flexbon solvent-less white adhesive works well on existing solvent-less lamination machines and will reduce the requirement of white ink coating on printed substrates, thereby giving substantial savings to converters. This product is claimed to offer excellent opacity and wettability on metallized substrates. Other key features include good adhesion, suitability for low temperature applications (35 to 45 degrees C) and the ability to provide fast decay of primary aromatic amine. Talking about the new product, Rajesh Bhasin, joint president, Uflex Chemicals said, “This innovative and valued development substantially enhances our solvent-less adhesive portfolio. Given the myriad benefits that this adhesive brings for the convertors, we will market it globally. The demand is encouraging already.”

About Uflex Chemicals Business
Incorporated in 1993 and headquartered in Noida in the Delhi NCR, Uflex Ltd.’s Chemicals Business is a leading supplier of inks, adhesives and speciality Coatings. According to Ink World’s August 2017 issue the Uflex Chemicals Business stands amongst the top 20 ink producers globally. The business operates from two plants in Noida and Jammu and caters to a wide array of Indian and international clients with the help of agile marketing, R&D and application teams.

The R&D centre is recognized by The Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and accredited with NABL certification. Equipped with modern instruments it develops and delivers new customized products with prompt on-site customer support for the flexible packaging industry.

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