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7 billion (28%) of the value. Hot-melts were third, representing one-fifth of the dollars, with packaging and disposable products leading outlets. The 100% reactive category was slightly behind hot-melts in dollars, with a 19% share. These products are generally the highest priced adhesives, and they captured only 4% of the volume. Epoxy, polyurethane, cyanoacrylate, anaerobic, structural acrylic, etc. products are included. ADHESIVE TYPES Adhesives employ a host of polymer types in their formulation.

Zielnik, Weathering Science Senior Consultant, Atlas Material Testing Technology LLC A dhesives and sealants are used by the solar energy industry in applications such as bonding photovoltaic solar panels, preventing moisture ingress into modules or electrical junction boxes, and adhering mirrors to tracking mounts in concentrating solar power applications. The building and construction industry also uses adhesives and sealants for attaching and waterproofing curtain-wall systems and fenestration.

Polychloroprene adhesives are largely solvent-based, although water-based versions have gained share in recent years. Footwear, woodworking and construction are the larger outlets. Larger dollar value adhesives included in “other” are cyanoacrylate, anaerobic, rubber, starch and dextrin, polyester, and polyamide. COMPETITIVE OUTLOOK Figure 3. 6 Billion Total) Acquisitions continue to alter the adhesive supplier structure. In 2009, the top 20 formulated adhesive suppliers captured 47% of the sales value.

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