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Polyrex

Technical DataSheet | Supplied by Eastman Chemical Company

Resin. Pale, partially polymerized (dimerized) rosin. Offers a higher softening point, higher viscosity (molten and in solution), much greater resistance to oxidation, and complete freedom from crystallizing when in solid form or in solution compared with pale grades of regular wood, gum, or tall oil rosins. Used for the preparation of synthetic resins, floor tile, rubber compounds and various adhesives. Possesses high softening point, good oxidation resistance, pale color and noncrystallinity. Compatible with natural oils, fatty acids, natural and most synthetic rubbers, polyterpenes, waxes, ethylcellulose, natural resins, most alkyd resins, maleic modified resins, phenolic modified resins, polymerized oils, coal tar, asphaltum, vegetable pitches, shellac, and EVA resins.

Polyrex Product details

Product Type
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Chemical Composition
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CAS Number
65997-05-9
Physical Form
Flakes
Product Status
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Bio Based
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Polyrex Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Density @ 20°C
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Softening point
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Flash point, Cleveland, open cup
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Saponification number
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Color, Gardner (60% solids solution in mineral spirits)
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Solubility Properties

Element
Test Condition
Test Method
Soluble in
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Insoluble in
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Partially soluble in
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Last edited Sep 13, 2017
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