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Aerafin™ 35 polyolefin polymer for adhesive applications

Next-generation polymers for hot melt adhesives

The next evolution from Eastman's line of amorphous polyolefins is here. In a world that’s demanding more from existing commercial and industrial products alike, design flexibility from key components is key to a formulator's success.

Aerafin™ polyolefin polymers from Eastman enable hot-melt adhesives to be formulated with improved mechanical properties, best-in-class thermal stability and the ability to spray at lower temperatures. All while delivering low color, low odor and low VOCs. Need an olefin-based, hot-melt adhesive solution? We've got you covered.

Aerafin™ benefits for your adhesive application:

  • Excellent thermal stability
  • Compatible with a wide range of hydrocarbon tackifying resins
  • Good adhesion with excellent peel strength
  • In formulation, enables a robust adhesive system with a broad processing window and sprayability
  • Low color and odor
  • Reliable global supply


Exceptional strength for limitless possibilities

Adhesion is all about balancing strength with the right level of flex or rigidity, across a wide spectrum of applications. Eastman continues to deliver for formulators and expand the portfolio of end uses. Explore how Aerafin™ 35 can deliver value for your next commercial adhesive project.






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