Patents

Laminate And Process For Producing A Laminate Of This Type

January 11, 2005

Patented is a metal-plastic-metal laminate with a core layer containing a thermoplastic. The core layer is situated between two substantially parallel metal skins and is joined to them. The core layer includes a solvent and a hardener. The thermoplastic is dissolved in the solvent and the hardener is capable of reaction with the solvent, wherein the reaction product that can be formed from the solvent and the hardener is not miscible with the thermoplastic. The thermoplastic has a glass transition temperature that lies in a range from 180° C to 240° C and at least one metal skin is selected from the group consisting of steel, galvanized steel, stainless steel and an aluminum alloy.
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