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Any substance capable of functionally keeping materials together by surface attachment that resists separation. Cement, mucilage, glue, and paste are all terms that are frequently used interchangeably to describe any organic material that forms an adhesive bond. Inorganic substances like Portland cement may be called adhesives in the sense that they keep structures like bricks and beams together by adhering to their surfaces, but this article will focus on organic adhesives, both natural and synthetic.


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Contact Adhesives

A contact adhesive is one that must be applied to both surfaces and permitted to dry for a period of time—sometimes up to 24 hours—before being pressed together. The connection forms easily once the surfaces are brought together, and it is normally not appropriate to apply pressure for a long time. In other words, clamps are rarely needed, which is convenient.


Hot (Thermoplastic) Adhesives

These thermoplastic adhesives, also known as "hot melt" adhesives, are applied hot and then allowed to harden as they cool. Because of their ease of use and the wide range of common materials to which they can conform, they have become popular for crafts. One way to apply a hot adhesive is with a glue gun. The solid adhesive melts in the gun's body, and the liquefied substance passes through the gun's barrel and solidifies on the material.


Reactive Adhesives

Chemical bonding with the surface material is how a reactive adhesive works. It is applied in the form of a thin film. Two-part epoxy, peroxide, silane, isocyanate, or metallic cross-linking agents are examples of reactive adhesives. When there is a secondary objective of filling gaps between surfaces, they are less efficient. Bolts and screws in fast-moving assemblies, such as car engines, are often held in place with such adhesives. They are primarily to blame for the quieter operation of modern automobile engines.


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Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives

The application of light pressure to tie the adhesive to the adherend forms a bond with pressure sensitive adhesives (PSAs) (substrate for attachment). They're made to have a good balance of flow and resistance to flow. Since the adhesive is flexible enough to flow and "wet" the adherend, the bond forms. Since the adhesive is strong enough to withstand flow when tension is applied to the bond, it has strength. When the adhesive and the adherend are in close proximity, interactions between their molecules play a significant role in the bonding's ultimate strength. PSAs can be made with a liquid carrier or in a fully solid state. PSAs are available in both permanent and reversible versions. Permanent applications include power equipment safety stickers, HVAC ductwork foil tape, vehicle interior trim assembly, and sound/vibration damping films, to name a few. Even at high temperatures, some high-performance permanent PSAs will accommodate kilograms of weight per square centimeter of contact area. Permanent PSAs may be removed at first (to retrieve mislabeled products, for example) and then set to a permanent bond after a few hours or days.


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Mattress Adhesive Technologies

The technology is used to keep the layers of a mattress intact. Adhesives play a crucial role in mattress construction. In the mattress industry, there are two types of adhesive technologies that are used:

·         Hot Melt Adhesives In mattress assembly, these are becoming increasingly common. The hot melts appear to bind and solidify rapidly. When the heat dissipates, they do this. These adhesives have a quick initial tack, which helps to speed up the assembly process. Since they don't need a carrying agent, the assembly requires less content.


2. Fabric Industry

In the cloth industry, adhesive technology is used. Fabric adhesives, such as liquid white glues like polyvinyl acetate, can be used to do this. Some glues are capable of covering both lightweight and heavyweight fabric bonding, while others aren't. Some glues are also machine-washable and dry-cleanable. These types can be used to repair a frayed hem or to make foam laminated computer sleeves as a DIY project. They will assist in the stitching of a long-lasting craft.


3. Carpentry

Carpenters rely heavily on various types of glues to finish their job. There are some of them:

·         Yellow Wood Glue • Vinyl acetate is used to make this adhesive, which is usually water-based. It's made especially for wood, and it keeps its uncured condition. It's easier to sand because it's still rigid. This wood glue hardens in about an hour. Wood adhesives are usually divided into three categories:

Type-1 has some water resistance.

Type-2 is best in exterior environments and can be used in outdoor furniture and trim.

Type-3 is intended for interior use because it is not water resistant. It has a longer open time and can bind even at colder temperatures.

Contact adhesives are often employed in the construction of furniture and other products. They're typically solvent or neoprene-based, and they're expected to go on the two surfaces that need to be joined. After the solvent has evaporated, the surfaces form a tight bond that is highly resistant.


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4. Ceramic and Leather Industries

Cyanoacrylate adhesives are commonly used in these industries. These glues appear to bind quickly and develop a strong bond with a clear finish. Superglues are available in a variety of viscosities. Cyanoacrylates typically dry in a matter of minutes. They are both waterproof and transparent when dry. These glues are best used in tensile applications where low impact strength is needed.


5. Office and Stationery Use

Glue sticks are fantastic for stationery use, particularly for children. They have a low-bonding adhesive with long-lasting effects. These glues work on a variety of papers, including cardboard, poster board, and foam board. The glue usually dries clear. The sealing of envelopes is a clear example of where they can be used.


6. Decorative Use

Lightweight products like cardboard, paper, fabric, and children's crafts use adhesives like white craft glue. Water is normally their carrier, making them easier to clean and less toxic. Before any intensity can be observed, these types of glue must dry. They must be kept in place as they set and dry in order for them to stay. To make decorations, a user can get imaginative by adding fillers like water-based food colouring or pigment. It takes about an hour for them to set and a day for them to heal.


7. Paint Industry

Casein glue is used by producers to make paint sticky. Milk in a water-based alkaline solvent is used to make this form of glue. Casein is a protein that helps paints and coatings stick better.


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8. Plywood Industry

Blood albumen glues are commonly used in the plywood industry. Serum albumen is used to make these glues. The adhesive strength of a mixture of water and albumen is increased by adding an alkali.


9. Photography

Spray adhesives work well for adhering fabrics or images to the back of a foam board. It's critical to work with these adhesives in a well-ventilated area. When sprayed on the project, they must evaporate to allow the solvent to evaporate. It is not necessary to reposition the substrates after the project has mated. Foam surface, paper, felt, and photos can all be used for them. Specialty contact adhesives may be used if the project contains wood, plastic sheets, and metal. Since they come in a can, rolling or brushing them is easy.


10. Medical Uses

The medical field has discovered a non-toxic glue to replace commercially available materials using advanced technologies. Adhesives have a bright future in medicine, with over 200 million major surgeries conducted each year around the world.



By 2026, the Indian adhesives and sealants market is expected to have grown at an annual rate of 8.07 percent, reaching USD 1,703.68 million (2021-2026). The increasing demand from the packaging industry and the country's rising construction industry are two major factors driving the market studied. On the other hand, the slowing of the automotive industry and the negative effect of COVID-19 are impeding the market's growth.


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Residential development is being driven by population growth and urbanization in developing countries such as China, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Brazil, and Mexico. In these countries, there is a growing demand for permanent housing, which is driving demand for adhesives and sealants. Adhesives and sealants are used in a variety of building applications, including carpet, tiling, wallpapers, and exterior insulation systems. Curtain wall panels and insulating glass units are also kept in place with adhesives and sealants. As a result, the construction industry's growing demand for adhesives and sealants is a major market driver.



·         Anabond Ltd.

·         Arofine Polymers Ltd.

·         C I C O Technologies Ltd.

·         Century Plyboards (India) Ltd.

·         D H Resins & Chemicals Pvt. Ltd.

·         D I C India Ltd.


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Project at a Glance

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  •    Land & Building

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            Equity Capital

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  •    Annexure 1:: Cost of Project and Means of Finance

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                ROI (Average of Fixed Assets)

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  •    Annexure 6 :: Profitability ratios


                Earnings Per Share (EPS)


             Debt Equity Ratio

        Annexure 7   :: Break-Even Analysis

                Variable Cost & Expenses

                Semi-Var./Semi-Fixed Exp.

                Profit Volume Ratio (PVR)

                Fixed Expenses / Cost 


  •   Annexure 8 to 11:: Sensitivity Analysis-Price/Volume

            Resultant N.P.B.T

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   Resultant PV Ratio

   Resultant DER

  Resultant ROI

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