Pva: Emulsion is based on polyvinyl acetate and copolymer. PVA-based adhesives solidify by evaporation of water or absorption by the bonded material.
However, since the evaporation rate of the water is slow, the drying time is longer compared to hotmelt glues.
Polyvinyl acetate emulsions, which have the highest consumption amounts in terms of adhesive, are also used in paint and textile industries. The films with emulsion are durable, generally waterproof, quick to apply and do not smell.
They are the least harmful adhesives for human health and environmental health because they are water based.