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EVA Resin is an elastomeric polymer that produces rubber-like materials known for their soft and flexible properties.

It is predominantly used in numerous crucial industrial areas such as:

  • shoe soles, 
  • sheets, 
  • wire and cable, 
  • hot melt adhesive, and 
  • solar cell encapsulation

But the use cases don’t end there, EVA foam is extremely versatile but is taken for granted by most even though it’s found in automotive, building, marine, electronics, healthcare, product packaging, sports, leisure, and recreation products. No doubt, you own something or have used something that contains this flexible material.

For example:

  • EVA is competitively used in rubber and vinyl products in many electrical applications.
  • It’s used to give plastic wrap its “clinginess.”
  • EVA emulsions are developed into adhesives used in packaging, bookbinding, bonding plastic films, metal surfaces, and coated papers.
  • It’s also used with wax and resin additives to make hot-melt adhesives, hot glue sticks, and top-notch soccer cleats.
  • It is even used to make children’s foam stickers.
Soccer Kick. Footballer Kicking Ball on Grass Pitch. Football Soccer Player Hits a Ball. Soccer Boots Close Up

EVA foam is extremely adaptable, most people take it for granted despite the fact that it’s used in a variety of items.

EVA foam is highly adaptable, and most people take it for granted despite the fact that it’s used in a variety of items.

EVA has excellent clarity and gloss and possesses low-temperature toughness; it’s vUV resistant, contains waterproof adhesive properties, is chemical-resistant, and has excellent processability.

As you can see, it’s an excellent and adaptable material.

Working with a supplier that can guarantee consistent quality is critical; Redox is in a great position to meet and exceed your expectations. Contact one of our industry specialists today.

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