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WBAWest Bromwich Albion (English Soccer Club)
WBAWorld Boxing Association
WBAWireless Broadband Access (Sprint)
WBAWallonie-Bruxelles Architectures (Belgium)
WBAWeb Based Applications
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WBAWindows Based Application
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WBAWisconsin Bankers Association (est. 1892)
WBAWeekly Benefit Amount
WBAWisconsin Broadcasters Association (Madison, WI)
WBAWashington Bankers Association (est. 1889)
WBAWater Based Adhesive (various companies)
WBAWide Band Amplifier
WBAWestern Band Association
WBAWichita Bar Association (Kansas)
WBAWeb Browser Application (software)
WBAWilmette Baseball Association (Illinois)
WBAWorkflow-Based Approach
WBAWine Blog Association (resource)
WBAWorld Biodiversity Association
WBAWorld Boomerang Association
WBAWelsh Beekeepers' Association (UK; usually seen as WBKA)
WBAWestern Business Attire
WBAWesleyan Beekeepers Association
WBAWestinghouse Brake & Signal (Australia)
WBAWorld Bocce Association
WBAWorkload-Based Analysis
WBAWorld Buffalo Association Limited Agricultural Association (Miami, Florida)
WBAWallonia Bruges Army (Belgium)
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3M Fast Tack Water Based Adhesive 10001\IF offers strength and speed that are comparable to solvent-based adhesives, with additional benefits including zero VOCs (per EPA test method 24) and Greenguard certification.
SIMALFA(r) is the world's first one-component, water based adhesive with instant wet adhesion to bond foam and upholstery.
These innovations include 100 percent recyclable paper made from 50 to 60 percent post-consumer recycled paper, 100 percent recyclable plastic made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled PET plastic, Zero-Hassel Zero-Residue water based adhesive and vegetarian soy-based inks.
All the doors and other paneling that has wood veneer on it had to be glued with water based adhesive rather than solvent based adhesives.
Organic, recycled plastic material and water based adhesives are substituting the traditional synthetic rubber, leather, nylon, polyurethane and others as raw materials used in manufacturing of squash rackets.
"We knew that corona treatment would allow us to expand our product range by increasing the number of substrates we could process, especially with water based adhesives," he explained.
Water based adhesives are being increasingly used across various end user segments, as they are free from harmful volatile organic compound emissions and offer high tensile strength.
For this reason, further price increases will become necessary in the following categories: hotmelts, polyurethane, water based adhesives and surface treatment products.
Water based adhesives dominated the global market, accounting for over 46% of total market volume in 2013.
"We are excited to add Craig's market-leading ultraviolet and water based adhesives and coatings products to our growing platform, and welcome Craig's employees and clients to the Royal family," says Clark.