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Kristalex™ 5140LV

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Eastman
Kristalex™ 5140LV Hydrocarbon Resin by Eastman is a high softening point water clear, highly color stable, nonpolar, low molecular weight thermoplastic resin. It is recommended for assembly, automotive building & construction, caulks & sealants, hot melt adhesives and laminating. It is compatible with EVA grades with up to 18% vinyl acetate which is useful in formulating low-color hot-melt adhesives with good low temperature properties. It can be used in nonwovens and pressure sensitive- & solvent-borne adhesives and tapes & labels. It is suitable for styrenic block copolymer based adhesives that provides high room temperature cohesion without affecting tack and adhesion properties. It exhibits excellent thermal stability and resistance against oxidation. Kristalex™ 5140LV complies with many FDA regulations for applications involving direct contact with food. It is produced by copolymerization of pure aromatic monomers. It is designed primarily for use as a modifier resin in high performance adhesives. It is compatible with chlorinated paraffins, polystyrene, rosin and modified rosins, rosin ester, SBR, and styrene-based block copolymers.
Product Type
Tackifiers > Hydrocarbon Resins
Chemical Composition
Hydrocarbon Resin
Product Status
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