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Tackifiers > Resin Dispersions

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Acronal® 4 F by BASF is a solvent-free tackifier based on n-butyl acrylate resin. It is a light-stable grade for plasticizing nitrocellulose and chlorinated binders to yield coatings of great... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Buildings & constructions
Concentrol
Rosin ester. Acts as a tackifier. It is highly stabilized against the effects of oxidation and the action of UV rays. Offers excellent adhesion properties over a wide range of temperatures and good... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Water-based>Pressure sensitive (PSA)
  • Polymers>Polyvinyl Acetate Emulsions & Derivatives (PVAc)
  • Polymers>Ethylene Co-terpolymers - Solids (EVA, EMA)
  • Polymers>Polyurethanes>Polyurethane Dispersions (PUDs)
  • ...
Rosin ester. Acts as a tackifier. It is highly stabilized against the effects of oxidation and the action of UV rays. Offers excellent adhesion properties over a wide range of temperatures and... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Water-based>Pressure sensitive (PSA)
  • Polymers>Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
  • Polymers>Polyurethanes>Polyurethane Dispersions (PUDs)
  • Polymers>Ethylene Co-terpolymers - Solids (EVA, EMA)
  • ...
Concentrol
Hydrocarbon resin. Acts as a tackifier. It is highly stabilized against the effects of oxidation and the action of UV rays. Offers effective tackification with high shear performance and good... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Water-based>Pressure sensitive (PSA)
  • Polymers>Polyvinyl Acetate Emulsions & Derivatives (PVAc)
  • Polymers>Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
  • Polymers>Polyurethanes>Polyurethane Dispersions (PUDs)
  • ...
Concentrol
Partially esterified rosin. Acts as a tackifier. It is highly stabilized against the effects of oxidation and the action of UV rays. Offers excellent adhesion properties over a wide range of... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Water-based>Pressure sensitive (PSA)
  • Polymers>Ethylene Co-terpolymers - Solids (EVA, EMA)
  • Polymers>Polyurethanes>Polyurethane Dispersions (PUDs)
  • Polymers>Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
  • ...
DERMULSENE 222 by DRT is an aqueous, solvent-free tackifier based on terpene and stabilized rosin ester. It offers high adhesion performance on low energy surfaces and good mechanical stability... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Water-based
  • Polymers>Styrene Copolymers (SBR …)
  • Polymers>Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
  • Labels / Signs / Decals
  • ...
DERMULSENE A 7510 by DRT is an aqueous, solvent-free, tackifier based on polymerized, stabilized terpene phenolic resin. It offers high cohesive strength, good mechanical stability and ability to... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Water-based
  • Polymers>Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
  • Polymers>Styrene Copolymers (SBR …)
  • Labels / Signs / Decals
  • ...
DERMULSENE DEG by DRT is an aqueous, solvent-free tackifier based on diethyleneglycol resin. It offers high adhesion performance under low temperature conditions and good mechanical stability... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Water-based>Pressure sensitive (PSA)
  • Adhesives>Water-based>Contact adhesives
  • Polymers>Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
  • Polymers>Styrene Copolymers (SBR …)
DERMULSENE HBR 509 by DRT is an aqueous, solvent-free tackifier based on a hybrid rosin ester/ hydrocarbon resin. It offers good mechanical stability. It is used in a wide range of acrylic, SBR and... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Water-based
  • Polymers>Styrene Copolymers (SBR …)
  • Polymers>Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
DERMULSENE HBR 70 by DRT is an aqueous, solvent-free tackifier, based on a hybrid rosin ester/hydrocarbon resin. It offers good mechanical stability. DERMULSENE HBR 70 is used in a wide range of... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Water-based
  • Polymers>Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
  • Polymers>Styrene Copolymers (SBR …)
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