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Worthen Industries Develops Lamination Film Adhesive

Worthen Industries, Nashua, N.H., recently introduced FILM-1003, a heat-sealable film adhesive for laminating vinyl, nylon, coated fabric, nonwovens and textiles, among other materials. The adhesive was designed to perform at the relatively low heat-sealing temperature of 170°F with moderate application pressures. With the addition of a urethane adhesive as a tie-coat or primer, FILM-1003 can also be used on delicate or heat-sensitive substrates.The film adhesive typically is supplied in 60-inch widths and is available in varying thicknesses on release film or paper. It also can be supplied laminated to a customers substrate.

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