NON-REACTIVE HOT-MELT ADHESIVE WITH LACTIDE-BASED COPOLYMER

EPO Patent Application EP 3214/106 A1
Application Date: Sep. 6th, 2017

ABSTRACT

The invention pertains to a hot-melt adhesive comprising a copolymer comprising a first block and a second block, wherein - the first block is an amorphous copolymer of lactic acid and...
Assignee(s):
Inventor(s):
BRAAM, Kevin Bernardus
SCHAEKENS, Chris Francois Hubert
VERKERK, Jessie Richarda Anna
Application Number:
16158479.2
International Classification:
C08G 63/08 (20060101); C09J 5/06 (20060101); C09J 167/04 (20060101)
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CLAIMS

What is claimed is:

Hot-melt adhesive comprising a copolymer comprising a first block and a second block, wherein - the first block is an amorphous copolymer of lactic acid and a further polymerisable monomer and- the second block is a polylactic acid polymer selected from poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) and poly-D-lactic acid (PDLA), the first block having...

DESCRIPTION

The invention pertains to a non-reactive hot-melt adhesive with a specific lactide-based copolymer. The invention also pertains to the use of a specific lactide-based copolymer in a hot-melt adhesive, and to a method for adhering substrates together using a hot-melt adhesive comprising a specific lactide-based copolymer.
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