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Adhesive 42Upp

Removable, acrylic based adhesive

Product information - Adhesive - Issue 04.2014

Specifications
Tackmedium
Peel adhesionlow (removable)
Shearlow
Minimum application temperature0 °C
Service temperature-20 °C to +50 °C (up to 200 °C for short periods - hot fusing)

Available as a standard with the following label material:

Application and use

Adhesive 42Upp is a microsphere based adhesive. Suitable for applications requiring medium tack combined with excellent removability. It is particularly suited for labelling smooth objects like books, glass or metals. However, adhesion of 42Upp is suboptimal on rough or extremely curved surfaces. Adhesive 42Upp is unplasticized and features good resistance to light, temperature and ageing. Face material, shape of the label, service conditions and contact time may have an impact on removability profile. Tests of the printed label under actual application conditions are strongly recommended.

Processing

Excellent die-cutting characteristics on all customary machines.

Storage conditions and shelf life

Storing at a temperature of 20 ± 5 °C, a relative humidity of 45 ± 5 % and a dark storage is recommended. Moisture, heat and direct sunlight have to be avoided. The shelf life is 1 year from date of production.

Disclaimer

All statements, technical information and recommendations regarding HERMA products are given in good faith and are based on tests that we believe to be reliable, but do not constitute a guarantee or warranty. We give no guarantee as to the suitability of the product for a specific application, this should be tested by the user. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, we only accept liability within the scope of our General Terms and Conditions of Delivery and Payment.

HERMA GmbH, Adhesive Material Division, 70791 Filderstadt, Phone +49 (0) 711 7702-0, Fax +49 (0) 711 7702-381

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