At Formulated Polymer Products (FPP) we specialise in high quality water based coatings. We have designed a versatile wet bond adhesive that can be used in conjunction with our cross linker to achieve high temperature resistance against delamination. The mixing and application process for our cutting-edge adhesives is simple, but let us give you a feel for who we are at FPP, and what we can offer your company.
Topics: Water Based Coatings
Using a versatile water based adhesive for your food packaging is essential for many products, and choosing the right one is important. There is no need to make compromises on performance, and at Formulated Polymer Products we can offer you a great solution for your food packaging needs. The most important thing to us is delivering an adhesive that will fulfil all your various bonding requirements and give you piece of mind. Our new line of water based adhesives will provide a wide range of bonding options, with the ability if required to add a cross linker to improve heat resistance to delamination.
When you look for a wet lamination adhesive for your packaging, you want to deal with a manufacturer that understands the demands of the food industry. At Formulated Polymer Products (FPP) we manufacture some of the best adhesive products in the UK, with the food packaging industry in mind. We have been working with natural and synthetic compounds for a long time, so let us give you a few pointers about what qualities make a great bond adhesive for wet lamination.
Making sure that you buy wet lamination adhesive that performs up to your standards will ensure that your operation runs smoothly. When you look for a bonding solution, we can offer you a few ideas about what makes a great adhesive for flexible packaging. Here at Formulated Polymer Products (FPP), we create excellent quality adhesives. There are some simple considerations to keep in mind when you decide on an adhesive to invest in, so that your company gets a solid product that will perform as you need it to.
Recent reports in the press link the flame retardant Decabromodiphenylether (DecaBDE) to thyroid cancer, and a number of customers have been in touch to query our use of this product.
DecaBDE is a Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC). DecaBDE was listed because it is a Persistent Organic Pollutant (POP) and not because it was found to be hazardous to human health.
So, in the interests of clarity, DecaBDE has not been used by Formulated Polymer Products in any of our products since January 2014.
Topics: Flame Retardants