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What does LSE stand for?

LSE stands for Low Surface Energy (physics)

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The PX5000 tape series offers several key benefits, including excellent, high temperature adhesion power to Low Surface Energy (LSE) and Medium Surface Energy (MSE) plastics C including thermoplastic olefin (TPO), polypropylene plastic (PP) and PP / ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) rubber C as well as to medium-to-difficult automotive clear coat systems, without the need for an adhesion promoter or other surface pre-treatment methods.
in addition, has a very low surface energy and can only be wetted by liquids with a similar low surface energy, which excludes water.
AQUABASED Technologies, a division of ADM Tronics Unlimited Inc, has introduced AquaTack 7001-P, a new, eco-friendly, water-based adhesive specifically designed for use in flexographic presses and other roller coater applicators for the lamination of virtually any type of low surface energy plastic films as well as for other plastic-to-plastic bonding applications.