Partel launches new Acraline Roll adhesive
Partel has upgraded the performance and functionality of its Acraline Roll adhesive with new technical features. The company said that Acraline offers a “unique sealing solution for membranes” in the construction of passive house and low energy buildings.
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Partel described Acraline Roll as an innovative response to increased demands for adhesive solutions, and as an alternative to conventional air sealing technologies such as liquid adhesive.
“It is a unique compound, because it combines the advantages of liquid adhesives and adhesive tapes, resulting in a smart bonding approach with outstanding immediate adhesion properties,” said Hugh Whiriskey, technical director of Partel, who was involved in the R&D process.
The roll adhesive — for sealing of internal and external membranes — forms a complete, tested system in accordance with Part L and DIN 4108-11. Partel said that Acraline Roll is set apart by its functionality: “It’s quick and easy to apply directly from the roll, with the simple handling of a pressure-sensitive adhesive, ensuring permanent elastic airtight connections, without any drying time needed.”
Ideal for a very wide range of substrates, the roll sealing tape adheres to surfaces with residual moisture and can be processed even at temperatures as low as -20 C. Both during processing and after application, Acraline Roll offers maximum adhesion accuracy thanks to its high-performance translucent acrylic adhesive, engineered to achieve optimum peel, tack and longterm strength.
Partel said that the product is a 100 per cent solvent-free adhesive, with outstanding water and temperature resistance. That makes it a reliable solution for durable airtight connections. The Acraline Roll adhesive was introduced to Ireland in March and is now available in the UK, US, and mainland Europe.
For further information, see www.partel.ie.
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