Leveraging more than 50 years of experience in the industrial tape market, pressure-sensitive adhesives supplier, Mactac, has launched a new series of high-tack acrylic double-coated tapes and transfer adhesives.
Developed with the company’s innovative solvent-free, 100-percent solids adhesive technology, the product series features Mactac’s new high-tack acrylic adhesive – MP410.
An aggressive, high-tack adhesive, MP410 is easy to handle and die-cut and was designed to perform well on a variety of substrates, including: ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), metals, polycarbonate, most foams, fabrics and HDPE (high density polyethylene).
As Mactac’s newest 100-percent solids, solvent-free, adhesive technology innovation, the MP410 high-tack acrylic adhesive touts low levels of VOCs, migratory compounds and residuals. It also delivers numerous benefits to the new product series, such as
- Excellent optical properties
- Adhesion performance superior to many traditional solvent acrylics
- Outstanding solvent, chemical and plasticizer resistance
- Wide performance range, a versatile option for a multi-purpose tape
“Mactac’s extensive expertise in adhesive coating, combined with our state-of-the-art technology, expands functionality, inspires new product designs and positions us as a market leader in clean adhesive technology,” said Janet Page, Marketing Manager, Mactac Performance Adhesives. “With the environmental and economic benefits of 100percent solids coating, we are proud to offer the market an acrylic adhesive that is completely solvent-free and meets customers’ needs for high-performance.”
The new product series is available in multiple coat weights with either a moisture stable poly-coated kraft (PCK) liner or economical super calendered kraft (SCK) liner and is ideal for various adhesive tape applications, including: Appliances, Automotive interiors, Foam fabrication, Gaskets, General mounting, Insulation bonding and sound damping
When stored in original packaging at room temperature, the new series has an estimated 2-year shelf life.