Technology of polyolefin film production

Shanks, R 2003, 'Technology of polyolefin film production' in E. Abdel-Bary (ed.) Handbook of plastic films, Rapra Technology, Shawberry, UK, pp. 5-40.

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Title Technology of polyolefin film production
Author(s) Shanks, R
Year 2003
Title of book Handbook of plastic films
Publisher Rapra Technology
Place of publication Shawberry, UK
Editor(s) E. Abdel-Bary
Start page 5
End page 40
Subjects Physical Chemistry of Materials
Summary Ultra-violet initiated polymerisation has been used to form acrylic pressure sensitive adhesives directly on to backing material. The adhesives are best prepared under a transparent polyethylene film which prevents oxygen inhibition. The polyethylene film then protects the tacky adhesive and can be peeled off prior to application of the adhesive to a substrate. Adhesion peel tests have shown that adhesives thus prepared are suitable for applications when optimum amounts of a cross-linking monomer and a polar monomer are present.
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