Increasingly green solutions for every need: the commitment of Roser adhesives




Roser has centered its core business in the footwear industry, fitting fully into the chain of Made in Italy excellence. Always sensitive to environmental issues, also in line with current demands from the fashion industry, the company has worked on improving water-based products to give them the same performance and quality as the solvent-based product. But the business goes further by assisting its customers in the transition from solvent-based to water-based adhesives. Roser, in fact, after carrying out an initial sampling phase, in its own laboratory, proceeds to analyze the materials supplied by the customer to 'guide' him in the transition to the new products. Roser produces both hot and cold adhesives, and sees its strength in its ability to be able to supply a full range of water-based products, including primers, halogens and activators, in every way equivalent to solvent-based products but with a higher yield and a more sustainable approach.


Top water-based products include:


Polyurethane adhesive 1010, mainly suitable for sole/top bonding (for materials such as leather and various leathers, polyurethanes, various rubbers and TRs, PVC, fabrics) with a hot reactivation process. The main feature of the product is a short drying and crystallization time, with no need for ventilation ovens and activators.

Polyurethane adhesive 1084/S, "Polyurethane adhesive 1084/S, first among the innovative products, ideal for leather goods, splicing and uppers. Used for bonding regarding the lamination and folding of leathers (natural, synthetic and greased), regenerated materials, natural and synthetic fabrics, and for lining-to-upper bonding. Appreciated for its fast cold adhesion in the drying phase and for its peculiar use on fabrics and paints; with the possibility of hot reactivation depending on the type of processing.


Polychloroprene adhesive 1053/HR, another innovative product, developed for everything related to the assembly of materials (leather and fabric, both natural and synthetic and texon) in footwear, where high heat resistance combined with excellent initial setting is required, a procedure done exclusively until now with solvent-based polychloroprene products.

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