ADHESIVE THERMOPLASTIC COPOLYMERS FOR THE WIRE AND CABLE INDUSTRY
Annual Symposium, no. 12, 4-6 Dec 1963
DOW CHEMICAL CO MIDLAND MI
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The pertinent characteristics are given of one particular copolymer in a range of new resins which by reason of their unique adhesive properties seem likely to have a marked influence on design in the cable industry, as they have in other fields. It is indicated in general terms how the resins may be used to modify existing designs to improve their general operating characteristics. Further, it is believed that in many cases their use will lead to related economics in materials which will more than offset the cost of the coating material and any additional process that may be involved. It is not intended to suggest that their successful application can be made without careful experimental work because in certain cases the solution to the heat transfer problem may be quite critical. Furthermore, it seems that some experimental work may prove necessary before the most economical designs, made possible by the use of these materials, are evolved.
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment
- Adhesives, Seals and Binders