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Time-temperature indicator device and method of manufacture

A time-temperature indicator label for measuring the length of time to which a product has been exposed to a temperature above a pre-determined temperature is provided. The period of time of exposure is integrated with the temperature to which the indicator is exposed. The label is a composite of a plurality of layers adapted to be adhered at its underside to a product container. The label includes a printable surface layer, a longitudinal wicking strip that is adhered underneath the surface layer substantially at the opposite extremities only of the wicking strip and a lower substrate layer forming an envelope with said surface layer. A heat-fusible substance, which melts and flows above a pre-determined temperature, is applied on the surface of the wicking strip contiguous to at least one of the ends of the wicking member. When the heat-fusible substance is exposed to a temperature above the pre-determined temperature, the heat-fusible substance flows along the length of the wicking member. The label has a printable surface layer and is sealed at its peripheral edge to the peripheral edge of the substrate layer. These layers encapsulate the wicking member and the heat-fusible substance. The surface layer is provided with a sight window at an intermediate location over the wicking member through which the progress of flow on the wicking member is observed.

Blend material including macrocyclic polyester oligomers and processes for polymerizing the same

InactiveUS6369157B1Lactams stabilisationSynthetic resin layered productsPolyesterTransfer molding
A blend of a macrocyclic polyester oligomer and a polymerization catalyst as a one component ready-to-use material with a long shelf life enables production of parts from macrocyclic polyester oligomers without the modification of existing equipment, thereby reducing time and cost of manufacture while expanding the application of macrocyclic polyester oligomers. In this blend material, the macrocyclic polyester oligomer remains intact in solid state at ambient conditions. Upon melting, the blend material initially forms low viscosity fluid, and then rapidly polymerizes to form high molecular weight polyesters which subsequently solidify to form crystalline polymers. In the case of certain macrocyclic polyester oligomers, for example, poly(1,4-butylene terephthalate), demolding can take place at the polymerization temperature, e.g., at about 180° C. to 200° C., because the resulting polyester polymer solidifies fairly rapidly at that temperature without cooling. In one aspect, the invention generally features a blend material that includes a macrocyclic polyester oligomer, a polymerization catalyst, and optionally, a filler. In another aspect, the invention generally features a process for preparing a blend material. In yet another aspect, the invention features processes such as rotational molding, resin film infusion, pultrusion, resin transfer molding, filament winding, making and using powder-coated or hot melt prepreg, compression molding, and roll wrapping, which use the blend material.

Low application temperature hot melt adhesive

InactiveUS20070088116A1High bond strength levelSame level of performanceAbsorbent padsAdhesivesElastomerCardboard
A hot melt adhesive composition, comprising a blend of components including about 10% to about 40% by weight of an elastomeric block copolymer, preferably styrene-isoprene-styrene (SIS) or styrene-butadiene-styrene (SBS), about 15% to about 70% by weight of a first midblock tackifying resin having a softening point of at least about 110° C. and having an aromatic content of at least about 1.5% by weight; about 0 to 55% of second midblock tackifying resin, about 5% to about 35% by weight of a plasticizer; and about 0% to about 20% by weight of an end block resin having a softening point lower than 125° C.; wherein the components total 100% by weight of the composition, the viscosity of the composition is equal to or less than about 20,000 mPa.s at 120° C., and is applied at a temperature lower that 150° C. and initial bond retention of the composition on elastic strands is at least about 60%. Also, the elastic modulus G′ of the composition is higher than about 5000 Pa, the vicous modules G″ is higher than about 50 Pa, and the tan delta value is between about 0.5 and about 60. Laminates, especially those used in disposable soft goods, and methods of making such laminates are also described. The adhesive composition and/or laminate may be used in making a variety of end products such as a disposable diaper, a sanitary napkin, a bed pad, a bandage, a surgical drape, a tape, a label, a plastic sheet, a nonwoven sheet, a paper sheet, a cardboard, a book, a filter, or a package.

Double-layer composite hot melt adhesive film for bonding metal and plastic

The invention discloses a double-layer composite hot melt adhesive film adhering metal and plastic, which is formed by compounding an upper adhesive film layer and a lower adhesive film layer, wherein the lower adhesive film layer is attached to a piece of release paper, the thickness of the composite adhesive film is 0.05 to 0.20 millimeter, the upper adhesive film layer is a hot melt adhesive layer adhered with the metal, the thickness of the upper adhesive film layer is 30 to 60 percent of the thickness of the composite film, the lower adhesive film layer is a hot melt adhesive layer adhered with the plastic, the thickness of the lower adhesive film layer is 40 to 70 percent of the thickness of the composite film, and the lower adhesive film layer is attached to a piece of glassine release paper. The double-layer composite hot melt adhesive film directly compounds two modified hot melt adhesives with different adhesive properties, is adhered with the release paper to prevent rolling from adhering and the adhesive film from being damaged, reduces application of a middle isolating layer, reduces the thickness of the composite adhesive film, and is prepared by once casting through coextrusion casting equipment or twice casting through common coextrusion casting equipment. The double-layer composite hot melt adhesive film can be used for composite adhesion of metallic materials such as aluminum, stainless steel and the like and plastic such as ABS, PVC, PET and the like, is particularly suitable for mutual adhesion between sheets, plates and films of the metal and the plastic, and has simple and convenient operation and no pollution.
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