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A-C® 400

Ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymer

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Ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymer in prill form, with a VA content of 13%, used extensively in hot melt adhesives (HMAs) to control rheology and boost adhesion. It can be added as a diluent but provides the dual function of reducing application viscosity at melt, while providing an adhesion boost versus homopolymer, non functional diluents (FT, byproduct, thermally degraded (TD) and PE homopolymer waxes). It is completely miscible in EVA adhesive resins, as would be expected by the similar chemistry. It is also used in candles to provide paraffin crystal nucleation, which increases thermal and breakage resistance, adhesion to glass, and fragrance retention.

General Information

  • Performance Function
    • Lower Application Temperature
    • Boost Adhesion
    • Prevent Oil Migration
    • Compatibilizer
    • Reduce Processing Time
  • Product Family
    • EVA Copolymer
  • Physical Form
    • Prill
  • Application
    • Reactive
    • Pressure Sensitive
    • Hot Melt
    • Solvent Borne
    • Tapes
    • Water Borne
  • Product Settings
    • Dynamic
  • Type
    • EVA
    • PSA
  • Industry
    • Adhesives

Properties

  • Hide Drop Point
    • No
  • Vinyl Acetate Content
    • 13% Vinyl Acetate
  • Hardness
    • 9.5 at 25 °C
  • Density
    • 0.92
  • Drop Point Mettler
    • 92 °C 198 °F
  • Viscosity
    • 595 at 140 °C

Standards & Approvals

  • FDA Indirect Food Additives Approval*
    • Yes
  • Plastic Pipe Institute/NSF*
    • No
  • FDA Direct Food Additives Approval*
    • No

Sampling

  • Sample Products
    • Yes

General Information

  • Performance Function
    • Lower Application Temperature
    • Boost Adhesion
    • Prevent Oil Migration
    • Compatibilizer
    • Reduce Processing Time
  • Product Family
    • EVA Copolymer
  • Physical Form
    • Prill
  • Application
    • Reactive
    • Pressure Sensitive
    • Hot Melt
    • Solvent Borne
    • Tapes
    • Water Borne
  • Product Settings
    • Dynamic
  • Type
    • EVA
    • PSA
  • Industry
    • Adhesives

Properties

  • Hide Drop Point
    • No
  • Vinyl Acetate Content
    • 13% Vinyl Acetate
  • Hardness
    • 9.5 at 25 °C
  • Density
    • 0.92
  • Drop Point Mettler
    • 92 °C 198 °F
  • Viscosity
    • 595 at 140 °C

Standards & Approvals

  • FDA Indirect Food Additives Approval*
    • Yes
  • Plastic Pipe Institute/NSF*
    • No
  • FDA Direct Food Additives Approval*
    • No

Sampling

  • Sample Products
    • Yes
  • Performance Function : Lower Application Temperature|Boost Adhesion|Prevent Oil Migration|Compatibilizer|Reduce Processing Time
  • Product Family : EVA Copolymer
  • Physical Form : Prill
  • Application : Reactive|Pressure Sensitive|Hot Melt|Solvent Borne|Tapes|Water Borne
  • Product Settings : Dynamic
  • Type : EVA|PSA
  • Industry : Adhesives
  • Hide Drop Point : No
  • Vinyl Acetate Content : 13% Vinyl Acetate
  • Hardness : 9.5 at 25 °C
  • Density : 0.92
  • Drop Point Mettler : 92 °C 198 °F
  • Viscosity : 595 at 140 °C
  • FDA Indirect Food Additives Approval* : Yes
  • Plastic Pipe Institute/NSF* : No
  • FDA Direct Food Additives Approval* : No
  • Sample Products : Yes
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A-C® 400, Ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymer in prill form, with a VA content of 13%, used extensively in hot melt adhesives (HMAs) to control rheology and boost adhesion.
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6/18/2021
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Name
Description
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Date
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A-C® 400, Ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymer in prill form, with a VA content of 13%, used extensively in hot melt adhesives (HMAs) to control rheology and boost adhesion.
5.51 KB
6/18/2021
5.51 KB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
A-C® 400, Ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymer in prill form, with a VA content of 13%, used extensively in hot melt adhesives (HMAs) to control rheology and boost adhesion.
5.51 KB
6/18/2021