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Michelman: Abrasion resistant coating

Michelman introduces Nomar 73, a new coating that is applied to paper and corrugated to protect packaged goods from abrasions that can occur while the package is in transit.
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Formulated with advanced polymer technology, the versatile new coating is an effective solution for a wide range of packaged goods including appliances, furniture, metal and plastic auto parts, ceramic bathroom components, windows, doors, and many other applications where abrasion damage is a concern.
 


Nomar 73 is designed for rod or blade application. It can be applied offline or in-line on a corrugator, is hot-melt and cold-set gluable, and is repulpable. 

It meets FDA regulations for dry food contact, and for aqueous and fatty food contact with food type IV-A, V and VII under conditions of use E-G, and with food types VIII and IX without conditions of use restrictions.

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