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EMULTROL E-8525

Technical DataSheet | Supplied by Concentrol

EMULTROL E-8525 by Concentrol is a highly stable esterified rosin resin emulsion. Acts as a tackifier. It is alkylphenol ethoxylate (APEO)-free and solvent-free. Improves polymeric dispersion adhesion upon non-polar substrates and cardboard. Offers good wetting properties on silicone paper. The emulsion is comprised of extremely fine particles and the product is highly stable during storage. It is highly stabilized against the effects of oxidation and the action of ultra-violet rays. The addition of additives with a highly acid pH and cationic substances should be avoided. Shows excellent compatibility with EVA, NBR and polyurethane aqueous dispersions. EMULTROL E-8525 by Concentrol is designed for use in pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) based on acrylic and styrene butadiene copolymer emulsions where it increases tack to polyethylene. Complies with FDA regulations.

EMULTROL E-8525 Product details

Product Type
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Chemical Composition
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Physical Form
Liquid
Appearance
White
Product Status
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Applications/ Recommended for
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Food contact approval
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Bio Based
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Bio Based Content Comments
Rosin ester

EMULTROL E-8525 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Density
xxxxxxxxxx kg/l
Active material content
xxxxxxx %
Viscosity @ 20ºC (RV8, spindle 3, 50 r.p.m.)
xxxxxx cps
pH
xxxxx
Boiling point
xxx °C
Glass transition temperature (Tg)
xxxxxxxxx °C
Recommended tackifier proportion
xxxxxxx %
Particle equal to or larger than 0.1 mm
xxxxxx %
Stability (sedimentation after 15 minutes, 3500 r.p.m.)
xxx %
Acid Index
xxxx mg KOH/ g residuum
Softening point (R & B)
xxxx °C
Last edited Dec 18, 2017
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