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Polybond® Polypropylene-Based Coupling Agents

Key Applications

polyolefin, nylon, EVOH, HFFR wire and cable compounds, ink adhesion, metal adhesion, SAN, PC

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Product Description

Polybond® Polypropylene-Based Coupling Agents are coupling agents, compatibilizers and adhesion promoters for glass, mica, talc, wood, and natural fiber reinforced polypropylene giving enhanced physical and thermal properties.

Grades

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Polybond® 1002 Polybond® 1002 can be applied as a coupling agent for glass or mica filled polypropylene and provide good adhesion to aluminum, stainless steel, tin-plated steel, and a variety of other substances. SDS* TDS*
Polybond® 3000 Polybond® 3000 is a coupling agent for filled PP systems that provides improved physical properties, especially strength and hydrolytic stability. It is ideal for tie-layers between multilayer polar and non-polar materials and for improved ink adhesion to non-woven PP. SDS* TDS*
Polybond® 3002 Polybond® 3002 can be applied as a coupling agent for glass fiber, cellulose fiber, or mineral-fillled reinforced polypropylene. It compatibalizes polypropylene/polyamide and polypropylene/EVOH blends to improve processability, mechanical properties, and long-term heat aging resistance.  SDS* TDS*
Polybond® 3150 Polybond® 3150 is a coupling agent for filled PP systems that provides improved physical properties including flexural/tensile strength and hydrolytic stability.  It is ideal for tie-layers between multilayer polar and non-polar materials and compatibalizing PA/PP blends. SDS* TDS*
Polybond® 3200 Polybond® 3200 is a low-addition coupling agent for filled PP systems that provides improved physical properties, especially strength and impact. It provides good adhesion in film and sheet applications and compatibalization PA/PP blends.  SDS* TDS*
Polybond® 7200 Polybond® 7200 acts as a high-efficiency coupling agent for cellulose fiber-filled polypropylene by reducing water uptake and providing higher flexural/tensile strength and impact properties than convential coupling agents.  SDS* TDS*