Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate


Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate

  • What is VAM material?
    Jan 13, 2020
    VAM stands for Vinyl Acetate Monomer. It is a key raw material used in the production of various polymers and copolymers. Vinyl acetate monomer is a clear liquid with a distinct odor. It is primarily derived from the reaction between acetylene and acetic acid.   VAM is widely used in the manufacturing of polyvinyl acetate emulsions, which find applications in adhesives, paints, coatings, and textiles. The copolymerization of VAM with other monomers, such as ethylene, creates ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymers, which have excellent flexibility, adhesion properties, and low-temperature resistance. EVA is extensively used in various industries, including footwear, packaging, wire and cable insulation, and solar cell encapsulation, among others.   The versatility of VAM as a building block for different polymers and copolymers makes it a crucial material in the chemical industry. Its unique properties, such as good adhesion, film-forming capability, and chemical resistance, contribute to the wide range of applications it offers.   Website: Whatsapp: (+)86 13851435272 E-mail: ElephChem Holding Limited, professional market expert in Polyvinyl Alcohol(PVA) and Vinyl Acetate–ethylene Copolymer Emulsion(VAE) with strong recognition and excellent plant facilities of international standards.
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