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Feb 16, 2021
Feature: New Pure Acrylic Tape Constructions Added to the Core Series™ Portfolio

Avery Dennison Performance Tapes recently introduced two new products to its Core SeriesTM Portfolio — FBA 1115 and FBA 8315. These tape constructions feature pure acrylic adhesive, an adhesive category added to the portfolio in 2021. FBA 1115 and FBA 8315 offer additional options for providing a secure bond to a wide variety of foams.

Feb 09, 2021
Bonding Study: Rogers PORON® Industrial Polyurethanes

To help you with the adhesive selection, and the technical requirements your customer may require, Avery Dennison Performance Tapes has developed a series of adhesive technology bonding studies.Read about our findings regarding Rogers PORON Industrial Polyurethanes.

Nov 18, 2020
Bonding Study: Woodbridge AutoBond™ Flexible Foams

To help you with the adhesive selection, and the technical requirements your customer may require, Avery Dennison Performance Tapes has developed a series of adhesive technology bonding studies.Read about our findings regarding Woodbridge AutoBond Flexible Foams.

Aug 26, 2020
Bonding Study: Superior Felt & Filtration Sunburst 1000 Felt Series

To help you with the adhesive selection, and the technical requirements your customer may require, Avery Dennison Performance Tapes has developed a series of adhesive technology bonding studies. Read about our findings regarding the Superior Felt & Filtration Sunburst 1000 Felt Series

Aug 22, 2020
Feature: From Science to Solution - Get to Know Our Lab

Read and learn about how the Avery Dennison Painesville Innovation Center can help converters, tier suppliers, and OEMs grow their business in a competitive industry.

Aug 20, 2019
Video: Brake Shim Adhesives: Engineered to Reduce Noise, Vibration and Harshness

As a recognized market leader with over twenty years of experience as an NVH solutions provider for brake applications, Avery Dennison has developed the next generation adhesive for brake shim applications for Electronic Parking Brake systems. Our brake shim damping solutions help reduce the squeak and chatter associated with vibrating components. Our new Electronic Parking Brake - EPB - adhesive offers resistance to adhesive bleed at high temperatures less than 200˚C/ 392˚F and at high pressure of less than 200 bars. Our EPB adhesive provides optimum damping at high temperatures 100˚C/ 212˚F, and offers very high temperature resistance, T-pull and shear strength. We offer SAFT performance suited for brake shim applications with short bonding times to brake pads.

Aug 20, 2019
Video: Avery Dennison Performance Tapes Analytical Lab

The Avery Dennison Performance Tapes Analytical Lab is where our scientists conduct material analysis and characterizations of tape constructions. This includes identifying the type of adhesive and the physical properties that allow a tape construction to perform at its highest-levels. We use multiple test methods to achieve this. These tests offer the lab a wide range of capabilities, and help our scientists’ and customers’ design solutions specific to the requirements of an application.

Aug 20, 2019
Video: Avery Dennison Performance Tapes Painesville Innovation Center

The Avery Dennison Performance Tapes Painesville Innovation Center is where new ideas begin in our specialty labs for customers around the world. This is where we design our adhesives, starting at the molecular level. And it’s where we test and prototype state-of-the-art materials that help OEMs, tiers, and tape converters solve their most challenging applications.

Aug 20, 2019
Video: Foam and Fiber Bonding Emulsion Products - Mandrel Test

Avery Dennison Foam and Fiber bonding emulsion products are versatile pressure-sensitive tapes ideal for general purpose foam bonding applications in industries such as automotive, appliances, building and construction, transportation, and heavy equipment.

Aug 20, 2019
Selecting the Right Tape

When you are looking for a Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive (PSA), many factors come into play. Specific characteristics of the materials, environmental factors, application conditions, cost concerns, and the required bonding performance all need to be considered.