Water and solvent based adhesives (WSA) are one of the largest classes of adhesives. They are also one of the oldest adhesives, with the earliest adhesives and sealants being made of natural raw materials such as tree sap, beeswax, tar, resin, animal protein, casein, and natural rubber
SEBS is a linear triblock copolymer with an end segment of polystyrene and an ethylene-butene copolymer obtained by hydrogenating polybutadiene as an intermediate elastomeric block.
SEPS is a linear triblock copolymer with an ethylene-propylene copolymer obtained by hydrogenating poly isoprene as an intermediate elastomer block, which is a polystyrene-terminated segment.
Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Tape (also known as: PSA, self adhesive, self-stick adhesive) is a major category of adhesive tapes and is a relatively thin flexible material with single or double sided coating. PSA will adhere to a variety of substrates when applied to most clean and dry surfaces with pressure.
THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMERS are polymers with mechanical feature mainly related to the softness (with different hardness values that go from Shore A to Shore D) and the dynamic properties even in different environmental or working special conditions.
SBS Modified Bitumen Roofing Systems are popular choices for low-slope commercial, industrial and institutional buildings when an asphalt system is desired. In addition to providing beauty, affordability and reliability, these systems are trusted to perform exceptionally well against extreme weather conditions.
Sealants and adhesives in the construction industry are often used to secure joints or connections in a building in order to assist with weatherproofing, and to prevent the loss of heat and air conditioning through seams and joints contained within the property.