The Universal Selection Source: Adhesives Ingredients

Summit Trade

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Summit Trade
White crystalline 2,4-diamino-6-phenyl-s-triazine. Used as a thickening agent for adhesives. Can be used as crosslinking and reinforcing agent... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
Disproportionated rosin. Used as a raw material for making adhesives... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
Hydrogenated rosin. Used as a tackifier in adhesives... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Polymers>Synthetic Rubbers
Summit Trade
Pale yellow transparent esterificated maleic rosin with glycerol. Used as a tackifier in hot-melt and pressure-sensitive adhesives. Possesses improved heat resistance and easy compatibility with... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Hot-melts>Pressure sensitive (HMPSA)
Summit Trade
Melamine. Manufactured by the reaction of urea under high pressure and high temperature. Used in laminates and as wood adhesives. Possesses high melting point... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
Per-hydrogenated rosin. Used as a tackifier in adhesives... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Polymers>Synthetic Rubbers
Per-hydrogenated rosin. Used as a tackifier in adhesives... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Polymers>Synthetic Rubbers
Per-hydrogenated rosin. Used as a tackifier in adhesives... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Polymers>Synthetic Rubbers
Polymerized rosin. Used as tackifier in adhesives... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Polymers>Synthetic Rubbers
Polymerized rosin. Used as tackifier in adhesives... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Polymers>Synthetic Rubbers
Polymerized rosin. Used as tackifier in adhesives... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Polymers>Synthetic Rubbers
Summit Trade
Terpene resin. Used as tackifier in hot melt adhesives... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Hot-melts
  • Polymers>Synthetic Rubbers
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