ADCOTE 76T198E

Adcote™ 76T198E polyester adhesive is the polyester component of a two-component laminating adhesive which requires the use of an isocyanate coreactant. This polyester, in conjunction with various isocyanate terminated coreactants, functions as an adhesive for flexible packaging and industrial laminations. Adcote 76T198E adhesive adheres to polyester, nylon, aluminum foil, and the treated side of polyethylene and polypropylene.

Features & Benefits

Adcote™ 76T198E adhesive provides optical clarity, high bond strength, and excellent heat and chemical resistance.

Key Properties

Application Method
Gravure
Coreactant
Coreactant 9L10, Coreactant F
Coating Weight
2.0-3.0 lbs/ream
Carrier
Methyl Ethyl Ketone
Chemistry
Polyester
Color
Clear Amber Liquid
Density
7.8 lbs/gallon
Mix Ratio
100:4 for Coreactant 9L10, 100:5 for Coreactant F
Recommended Diluent
Ethyl Acetate, Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Toluene
Drying Web Temperature
150-180 °F
Key Performance Benefits
optical clarity, high bond strength, and excellent heat and chemical resistance.
Shelf Life
360 days
Applied Solids
20-30 %
Supplied Solids
35 %
Solvent
Ethyl Acetate
Thinner
Ethyl Acetate, Methyl Ethyl Ketone
Cure Time
7-14 days @ 70 °F
Mixed Viscosity
650 cPs
Nip Temperature
180-250 °F
Nominal Application Temperature
Room Temperature
Post Process Time
4-8 hours @ 70 °F
Pot Life
> 8 hours
Substrates
Polyester, Nylon, Aluminum Foil, Treated Side of Polyethylene and Polypropylene
Viscosity
750 cPs @ 77 °F

Technical Resources

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