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The future for solvent-based PSAs

Sign in front of mountains that reads "What's next?"
Posted 02/14/2019 by Melanie Lack, Business Manager, Tapes & Labels

Global demand for pressure sensitive adhesives is increasing to meet the growing use of industrial tape to bond everything from our smartphones to the doors and windows in our homes. Melanie Lack, H.B. Fuller's business manager for tapes and labels, explores the role played by solvent-based PSAs in the tape market.

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Why RVers and OEMs/Manufacturers Choose EternaBond

RV driving down the road in the mountains.
Posted 02/13/2019 by Jim Schone, Durable Assembly Market Manager

Find out why EternaBond sealant tape has been a staple in the recreational vehicle (RV) aftermarket for years. It is as simple as peel – stick – stuck.

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Adhesives and Kidney Disease: H.B. Fuller Is Fighting Back

Hospital room with dialysis patient.
Posted 02/08/2019 by Heather Walch, Global Director, Medical Adhesives

Global adhesives manufacturer H.B. Fuller is passionate about perfecting adhesives that can save lives, demonstrated by the two-component urethane medical potting adhesives used in filters for dialysis patients. Learn more.

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H.B. Fuller Adhesive Fixes Dinosaur Bones

The Triceratops at the Science Museum of Minnesota was once repaired with H.B. Fuller adhesives.
Posted 02/06/2019 by Kimberlee Sinclair, Executive Director, H.B. Fuller Company Foundation

Today, the Science Museum of Minnesota’s Triceratops remains the best and most complete reconstruction of this ancient horned reptile. But this might not have been so without the help of H.B. Fuller scientists over 40 years ago. Discover how our high-tech innovations are helping preserve scientific artifacts.

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Take a deep breath…

Woods with sun reflecting between the trees.
Posted 02/06/2019 by Johannes Christiani, Business Development Manager, Woodworking EIMEA

The reclassification of formaldehyde as a Carcinogen Category 1B, and a category 1 skin sensitizer under EU regulations has come about as understanding of the risk of VOCs to health grows. Today, consumers are looking for ways to reduce the amount of VOCs in the air they breathe in homes, offices and hospitals. 

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