Databook of Adhesion Promoters contains data on the most important adhesion promoter products in use today. The information on each adhesion promoter is divided into five sections: General Information, Physical Properties, Health and Safety, Ecological Properties, and Use and Performance. This databook is an extremely useful source of data for engineers, technicians and researchers involved in development, manufacture, legislation or the production of a variety of products.
Adhesion promoters form a very important group of additives without which many industrial products cannot perform according to requirements. Silanes originally formed the most widely used group of adhesion promoters, but increasing numbers of new additives have been entering the market, increasing the options and possibilities. These additives are needed for a variety of products in which silanes do not function or are too expensive, or where better performance can be achieved with the new additive.
Anna Wypych studied chemical engineering and polymer chemistry and obtained an M.Sc in chemical engineering. Her professional expertise includes both teaching and research & development. She specializes in polymer additives for PVC and other polymers, and evaluates their effect on health and environment.
1. Introduction 2. Information on the data fields 3. Adhesion promoters a. Acrylates b. Amines, amides, and amidoamines c. Aryl diazonium salts d. Benzene derivatives e. Carbamid resin f. Chlorinated polyolefins g. Crosslinkers h. Epoxides i. Inorganic compounds j. Ionomers k. Isocyanates l. Isocyanurates m. Lignin n. Maleic anhydride modified polymers o. Melamine p. Monomers q. Oligomers r. Phenol novolac resins s. Phosphoric acid esters t. Polymers and copolymers u. Polyols v. Resorcinol w. Rosin x. Silanes y. Silane+silica