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ADMER™ Adhesive Resin Characteristics

Strong Adhesion and Durability

ADMER™ Adhesive Resin adheres by thermal reaction to Polyamide (Nylon), EVOH, Polystyrene, Polyesters (PET, PETG), Polycarbonate, Polyolefins (PP, PE) as well as steel and aluminum. The mechanical strength, heat resistance and chemical resistance properties of ADMER™ enables the multilayer structure to be boiled, hot filled and retorted.


Easy Processing

As a thermoplastic, ADMER™ can be easily processed by:

  • Blow Molding Coextrusion
  • Sheet or Tube Coextrusion
  • Film Coextrusion (cast and blown film)
  • Coextrusion Coating
  • Powder Coating (metal coating)
  • Co-Injection Molding

FDA Status

ADMER™ Adhesive Resin complies with 21 CFR 175, 105. PP based ADMER™ complies with 21 CFR section 177, 1390, (C) (2) under certain conditions.


*Fuel Tank Photo courtesy of Inergy Automotive, Inc.
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