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Articles Tagged with ''sealants in construction''
Understanding how certain monomers and oligomers hold up under adverse conditions is critical.
Construction-related end uses are among the largest categories of adhesive applications, making up approximately $4 billion of the $16 billion adhesive market in the U.S.
The global consumption of sealants was 3.6 billion lbs in 2011 (worth $8.45 billion), according to a new study from Kusumgar, Nerlfi & Growney.
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.
Since its inception in 1997, the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED™) system has been a major influence on how adhesives and sealants manufacturers design and market products.
Recovery within the adhesives and sealants industry appears increasingly favorable as the U.S. macro backdrop improves.