Adhesives Research introduces Armark™ Authentication Technologies, a new business focusing on anti-counterfeiting technology in the form of covert markers that can be combined with custom-developed delivery systems for application to a variety of goods.
Adhesives Research is developing a technology platform of functional adhesives, tapes, coatings, films, and carrier systems that can be used in food safety or homeland security applications to ensure the security of products consumed every day and to warn about potential dangers.
Adhesives Research published a brochure on its ARclad® repulpable and high-performance, nonrepulpable splicing tape. Information regarding AR’s capabilities and products such as single- and double-sided tapes, and high-performance splicing tapes is included.
Adhesives Research announces Arclad® 9519, a high-performance repulpable splicing tape. The red, single-faced repulpable tape offers aggressive tack for splicing various grades of paper, including coated and uncoated, fine, lightweight, bond, and specialty papers, as well as paperboard.
Adhesives Research introduces Adhesion Solutions, a brochure highlighting the company’s range of capabilities to custom engineer solutions that work with substrates such as nonwovens, composites, and films.
Adhesives Research (Glen Rock, PA) introduces ARclad® 9031 tough tape that helps eliminate challenging splicing problems. Tape is available in a highly visible black color, allowing for easy splice detection by operators.
Arclad® 9030 from Adhesives Research (Glen Rock, PA) features greater adhesion and quick-tack properties for splicing low-energy surface substrates, such as PE, PP, high-slip films, and other difficult-to-adhere-to surface substrates, company says.
ARclad® 9024 and ARclad 9025 double-faced silicone splicing tapes from Adhesives Research, Inc. (Glen Rock, PA) are suitable for use with silicone coaters, laminators/coaters, and other converting operations.