To address these challenges, Avery Dennison Yongle has employed its patented technology to develop a new generation of PVC 2.0 low-VOC tapes incorporating a unique UV-cured hot melt adhesive. The tapes are made of soft PVC films that contain no low-molecular-weight plasticizers. Avery Dennison’s innovative hot-melt coating technology produces tapes with a solvent-free coating and no solvent residue. The technology is fully compatible with environmental protection and sustainable development requirements.
The new-generation tapes deliver low-VOC and low-fogging performance, improving air quality in vehicle interiors. They exhibit excellent flame retardance and superior resistance to heat, moisture and chemicals and meet REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals) and RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) environmental standards. In addition, the low-VOC tapes are suitable for both manual and automated assembly operations.
The low-VOC PVC 2.0 tapes benefit from Avery Dennison Yongle’s 36 years of technical innovation and experience in the pressure-sensitive adhesive and PVC film sectors. The company also leverages Avery Dennison’s global R&D capabilities and supply chain advantages to develop environmentally friendly manufacturing processes and tape products.
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