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|Kraton Will Host Technical Seminar at the China Adhesive Expo to Announce NEW Kraton™ HT1200 - Soft SIS for Adhesive Applications|
Dr. Yang, will discuss how the technology is unique in part because it is a highly branched (more than 10 arms) star polymer and offers the lowest PSC of the Kraton SIS product line. The performance attributes of Kraton™ HT1200 include: excellent solvent resistance in crosslink systems, good adhesive properties, high tack, and resistance to higher temperatures compared to other SIS copolymers. Potential applications for this new polymer include: specialty tapes and labels, co-extrudable adhesive films, soft printing plates and flexible contact adhesives.
"In 2012, Kraton made a significant investment in a new, state-of-the-art adhesive laboratory which is located in Shanghai. We believe this investment demonstrates the strategic importance we place in serving our customer base in
Kraton will have several technical experts and sales managers attending the show. These experts will be available to assist in providing more detail on the use of Kraton polymers in coatings and sealants and discussing new technologies and applications including water born dispersion, protective films. For more information on Kraton ™ HT1200, please attend the seminar or visit us at www.kraton.com.
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