solids content

What is Solids Content?

What does “solids content” mean? Solids content is a term often used when discussing adhesives, particularly solvent-based adhesives, where the solvent serves as a carrier for the solid/non-volatile content. So what does the term “solids content” refer to?  “Solids content” refers to the amount of base product (proportion of non-volatile material) left in the adhesive …

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solvent-based vs water-based adhesives

Solvent-Based vs Water-Based

Solvent-based vs water-based adhesives – what’s the scoop? Solvent-based adhesives use solvents as a carrier for the resin, whereas water-based adhesives use water as a carrier for the resin. Either type of adhesive can be beneficial, depending on the application. Both types are available in several different delivery systems, including canister systems. Water-based adhesives are usually …

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