Covinax 416-00 is a surfactant stabilized vinyl acrylic copolymer emulsion

Covinax 416-00


Covinax 416-00 is a surfactant stabilized vinyl acrylic copolymer emulsion developed for low temperature pressure sensitive adhesive applications requiring a service temperature range of room temperature to -10º F. Covinax 416-00 has shown a wide range of adhesion to synthetic films, wax-coated paper and board, metal, and ink-coated surfaces at temperatures as low as -10º F. It has also found use as a smooth peel ultra removable when cross linked with an external cross linker. Covinax 416-00 has a very soft polymer backbone, which allows it to peel smoothly without zippering even when cross linked.
Covinax 416-00 is FDA compliant under 21CFR 175.105 and 21CFR 176.180.






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