Thermoplastic elastomers rubber (TPE) styrene isoprene styrene block copolymer SIS rubber polymer 1501

BEC materials  SIS 1501 , SIS rubber 1501, SIS polymer 1501 , styrene isoprene styrene 1501

Thermoplastic elastomer SIS(styrene isoprene styrene) polymer 1501 possesses good thermal stability and melt processing performance, good elastic recovery,and small permanent deformation .

SIS 1501


Adhesive /Asphalt modification /Plastic modification

SIS 1501+

Structure: L
Styrene content (%) : 15
Diblock content (%) : <1
Solution Viscosity(25℃,25%) (≤mPa.s) : ≤2500
Shore A (/) : 30-40
Tensile strength (Mpa) : ≥7
MFI (g/10min) : 8-16
Elongation (≥%) : ≥1000

PSA (Parts by mass)
SIS(1501): 30
Naphthenic Oil: 20
Tackifying Resinl: 25
Other Additives: Right amount

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Global Automotive Adhesives Market to Reach $6.05 Billion by 2021

Global Automotive Adhesives Market to Reach $6.05 Billion by 2021

The global automotive adhesives market is expected to reach $6.05 billion by 2021, witnessing a CAGR of 8.5% from 2016 to 2021, according to a recent report from Research and Markets titled “Automotive Adhesives Market by Resin Type (Polyurethane, Epoxy, Acrylic, Silicone, SMP, Polyamide), Application (Body-in-White, Paint Shop, Powertrain, Assembly), Vehicle Type (Buses, Trucks, LCV), and Region – Global Forecast to 2021”.

The trend of making lightweight and fuel-efficient vehicles is now encouraging the use of aluminum and other materials to reduce the weight of vehicles, which is driving the use of adhesives in automobiles. Moreover, the rising average adhesive volume use per vehicle across the Asia-Pacific, South American, and Middle East and African markets is anticipated to propel the overall demand for automotive adhesives during the forecast period. However, volatility in raw material prices and regulations restricting the use of hazardous chemicals are the major restraints to the growth of the market.

Automotive adhesives are used in various applications. Body in white application accounted for the largest volume share of the global automotive adhesives market in 2015. Better toughness, enhanced strength and reduced weight are all achieved using automotive adhesives in body in white. The assembly application segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2016 to 2021 in all applications considered. The growth in assembly application mainly results from the need for weight reduction and joining different substrates.

Passenger cars segment is the dominant segment among all vehicle types in the global automotive adhesives market, and is projected to grow at the fastest CAGR by 2021. The increasing sales of passenger cars is propelled by the improved spending ability in countries such as India, China and Brazil. The per capita income in these countries has shown significant growth and it is expected to follow the same trend during the forecast period.

Asia-Pacific is the fastest growing market for automotive adhesives, in terms of both value and volume. High economic growth rate, growing purchasing power, developing infrastructure, growing demand from end-use industries, and global shift in production capacity from developed markets to emerging markets are the major drivers for the growth of the automotive adhesives market in this region. China has led the automotive adhesives demand in this region owing to the increased production of vehicles in recent years. China is also the largest consumer of automotive adhesive around the globe.


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Hot Melt Adhesives Market to Reach $8.9 Billion by 2025

Hot Melt Adhesives Market to Reach $8.9 Billion by 2025


The global hot melt adhesives market is expected to expand at a moderate CAGR from 2015 to 2025, reaching $8.9 billion by 2025, according to a report from Future Market Insights. Market growth is mainly propelled by technological advancements and product innovations in polymer bases. The global hot melt adhesives market was valued at $5.4 billion in 2015, in terms of value. Another major reason for the increasing demand for hot melt adhesives is its solvent free properties that comply with the regulatory authority’s requirements. This has resulted in the increased production and consumption of hot melt adhesives.

On the basis of polymer base, the global hot melt adhesives market is segmented into ethylene vinyl acetate, polyolefin, polyamide, styrenic block copolymers and others. Ethylene vinyl acetate occupied over 40% of the global market share in 2015. Polyolefin is expected to be the fastest growing segment during the forecast period. The growth of ethylene vinyl acetate segment is projected to remain steady because of the availability of innovative and improved polymer bases.

On the basis of application, the market is segmented into packaging, automotive, construction, healthcare products and others. Others include textile, electronics, footwear and paper bonding. The packaging segment dominated the market with over 35% market share in 2015. Furthermore, it is projected to be the fastest growing segment during the forecast period, followed by healthcare products.

On the basis of region, the market is mainly segmented into seven major regions including North America, Western Europe, Asia Pacific Excluding Japan (APEJ), Japan, Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Middle East & Africa. North America dominated the market with over 30% market share, followed by Western Europe with over 18% market share in 2015. Besides, Asia Pacific is expected to become the fastest growing region in the global hot melt adhesives market. Eastern Europe and the Middle East & Africa together accounted for 15% of the total market share in 2015 and are projected to witness a steady growth during the forecast period.

Some of the key players in the global hot melt adhesives market include Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, H. B. Fuller, Sika AG, The 3M Company, Arkema Group, Ashland Inc., Jowat AG, Palmetto Adhesives Company, Sipol S.p.A. and Sealock Ltd.


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H.B. Fuller Completes First Phase of $20 Million Investment in India

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H.B. Fuller recently announced it has officially opened its new Pune, India, business office and a new R&D center in its Shirwal, India, manufacturing facility. The facilities were inaugurated by Jim Owens, president and CEO, on March 18 and 19, reportedly marking the conclusion of its first phase of investment of $20 million in India. This expansion reportedly strengthens H.B. Fuller’s commitment to customers in India and the neighboring areas.

H.B. Fuller has had a local presence in India since 2011 through its 24,000-metric-tons-per-annum manufacturing facility in Shirwal, India, located 65 kilometers from Pune. Through the addition of its new business office in Pune, as well as its new state-of-the-art R&D center, the company will be able to help its customers solve problems, and create new solutions, more rapidly than ever before.

“We are pleased to be expanding our footprint in India. We are optimistic about the new opportunities our new business office and R&D center will provide us and our customers,” Jim Owens said. “By having a state-of-the-art facility and adhesiveexperts on the ground in India, we will help accelerate innovation in the region and help drive customer performance.”

The new Pune, India, business office has 50 employees in customer support and administrative roles, and reportedly offers a modern atmosphere to encourage innovative thinking and to host customer meetings. Spanning 5,000 sq ft of the Shirwal manufacturing facility, the new R&D center features dedicated areas to conduct experiments, run demonstrations and train customers on its hot melt, water-based, anaerobic and cyanoacrylate technologies. Its close proximity to the production floor also reportedly increases collaboration between the company’s R&D and operations teams.


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H.B. Fuller to Present its Full Range of Adhesives at ICE 2017

H.B. Fuller to Present its Full Range of Adhesives at ICE 2017

H.B. Fuller will show its full range of high cohesion, solvent-based acrylic and rubber-based adhesive solutions for the tapes, labels and protective film markets at ICE 2017.

According to H.B. Fuller, the unique compounded adhesives described use in-house polymers that create differentiation and deliver improved product quality, increased efficiency and production output.

“From increased versatility of specialty tapes to higher adhesion or temperature performance, our market proven range of solvent-based pressure sensitive adhesives has been designed by scientists to meet the performance and supply chain demands of today’s dynamic and rapidly developing converting market,” said Melanie Lack, business manager, tapes and labels, EIMEA.

H.B. Fuller’s solvent-based portfolio consist of solutions for a wide range of applications. The selection of product relies on requirements, such as carriers, substrates, aging conditions and the balance between tack, adhesion and cohesion.

H.B. Fuller tailors its product and process innovations to meet its customers’ specific needs, such as improving product quality and increasing efficiency and production output.

“The tape and label market is a highly technical one in which decision-makers typically select products in consultation with a supplier. It’s understandable that many customers want to be sure that their supplier can provide expert R&D and technical support, a reliable local supply chain and consistent product quality. In the case of H.B. Fuller, with dedicated staff located throughout Europe, India, Middle East and Africa, and backed by the expertise and resources of our global organization, customers can feel confident about supply security,” added Lack.


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