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Re: [BKARTS] pva vs. elvace



Elvace is a brand name for a particular PVA adhesive. PVA is the generic
name.  On the other hand various PVA's can be formulated differently but
they are the same family of adhesives.

Steve Hess
www.archivalmethods.com

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Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 4:42 PM
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Subject: pva vs. elvace


Does anyone know what the practical differences are between PVA and
Elvace (45675 from Talas). In the catalog it says that they can be used
for the same things. Why might I choose Elvace over PVA; is one better
for certain materials than the other?

Thanks,
Litani
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