MOR-AD™ M-119

MOR-AD M-119 is a paper splicing adhesive that allows for more efficient splicing than pressure sensitive tapes used in printing operations.
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Product Overview
MOR-AD M-119 is a highly tacky, solvent based adhesive that is used for paper splicing in printing operations. The adhesive is applied in a 3 inch strip to the leading edge of the paper roll to be spliced. Once cured the adhesive provides the tack and adhesion strength necessary for stationary or flying splice. MOR-AD M-119 makes paper splicing much more efficient by eliminating the need for manual operations like application of pressure sensitive tapes. MOR-AD M-119 is also useful in rewinding applications to splice paper to a new core. To do this simply coat the new core with a thin film of MOR-AD M-119 by holding and adhesive dipped brush against the core and moving it back and forth as the core spins.
Product Specifications
Carrier: Heptane
Chemistry: Synthetic Rubber
Color: Red
Density: 6.6 lbs/gallon
Recommended Diluent: Heptane
Key Performance Benefits: High Tack
Shelf Life: 360 days
Applied Solids: 39-45 %
Supplied Solids: 39-45%
Solvent: Heptane
Thinner: Heptane
Nominal Application Temperature: Room Temperature
Substrates: Fiber Cores
Viscosity: 8,700 cPs
Primary Chemistry: Synthetic Rubber
Features & Benefits
High tack for stationary or flying splice applications.
Problems Solved
High cost of paper to paper splicing caused by the time and labor needed for these operations
Applications
Paper Splicing