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Articles Tagged with ''volatile organic compounds (VOCs)''
Pure monomer resins (PMRs) are produced from pure aromatic monomer streams, especially styrene and alkyl styrene derivatives.
Given any of the variety of adhesive and sealant products on the market, many ASI readers could probably determine the specific VOC rule and level that would apply.
An increasing number of countries are seeing the advantages of products with low emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into indoor air.
New regulations could have a huge impact on how rubber-to-substrate adhesive users conduct their business.
Our second-most viewed article of 2012 was supplied courtesy of Woodhaus and 3M.
Amid a dizzying array of product performance requirements, standards, regulations, and engineering and cost limitations, manufacturers of adhesives and sealants for interiors must dedicate themselves to formulating high-performance products that are both safe and acceptable to demanding markets.