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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Desmodur® eco N 7300 is a bio-based polyisocyanate based on pentamethylene diisocyanate (PDI). Acts as a hardening agent. Exhibits resistance to weathering, scratching and chemicals. Offers good... view more
DESMOPHEN® 1240N by Covestro is a sucrose-based polyether polyol of high functionality. The shelf life (ex works) of DESMOPHEN® 1240N is 12 months if stored in sealed containers. Recommended storage... view more
DESMOPHEN® 20AP95 by Covestro is a sucrose-based polyether polyol of high functionality. The shelf life (ex works) of DESMOPHEN® 20AP95 is 12 months if stored in sealed containers... view more
MULTRANOL® 4030 by Covestro is a moderate-viscosity sucrose-based polyol. It is an excellent general purpose polyol. It is a clear viscous liquid and is slightly hygroscopic and may absorb water... view more
MULTRANOL® 4034 by Covestro is a 625-molecular-weight sucrose-based polyether polyol. It is slightly hygroscopic and may absorb water. The shelf life of MULTRANOL® 4034 is twelve months and... view more
Cray Valley (Total Group)
Krasol® F 3000 by Cray Valley (Total Group) is polyfarnesene diol. It is based on trans-β-farnesene, a renewable alternative to petroleum-based feedstocks such as butadiene. It provides lower... view more
POE-(200)-castor oil. Acts as an emulsifier or surfactant. Its old trade name is Atlas G-1300... view more
Bio based, low viscous dimer diamine. Offers very good flexibility, good chemical and water resistance as well as good adhesion to a variety of substrates. Possesses hydrophobicity i.e. excellent... view more
Low viscous dimer diamine. Offers high flexibility, moisture repellency and adhesion. Can be used as a building block for polyamides... view more
Low viscous dimer diamine. Offers high flexibility, moisture repellency and adhesion. Can be used as a building block for polyamides... view more
Pricerine™ 9091 by Croda is a high purity glycerine, guaranteed vegetable (99.5%) grade. Pricerine™ 9091 is available in Europe and Latin America... view more
Crowley Chemical
Pine rosin. Contains neither dipentene nor benzene. Used as a tackifier... view more
D.S.V. Chemicals
Disvipol-203 by D.S.V. Chemicals is a phenol modified rosin grade. Disvipol-203 is used in sealant applications... view more
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D.S.V. Chemicals
Estergum -751 by D.S.V. Chemicals is an esterified rosin containing penta functional group. Estergum -751 is used in adhesive applications... view more
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D.S.V. Chemicals
Estergum -752 by D.S.V. Chemicals is an esterified rosin containing glycerine functional group. Shows compatibility with vinyl-copolymers. Estergum -752 is used in hot-melt adhesive for floor tile... view more
DOG Chemie
Deotack® LRE by DOG Chemie is a liquid rosin ester resin. Acts as a polar tackifying resin with low odor. It is soluble in esters, aliphatic solvents, acetone or petroleum but insoluble in water and... view more
CRYSTAZENE 110 by DRT is terpene-modified water-white tackifying resin. It is an odorless resin and used as an alternative to hydrocarbon resins. It exhibits outstanding thermal stability... view more
Alpha pinene terpene resin. Used as a tackifier in hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives based on SIS or SBS, solvent based adhesives based on natural or synthetic rubbers (SBR, SBS, PCP). Offers... view more
Alpha pinene terpene resin. Used as a tackifier for the formulation of hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives based on SIS or SBS and solvent based adhesives. Offers improved tack, adhesion and heat... view more
Tackifying resin produced from the polymerisation of Delta limonene. Used in hot melt adhesives or solvents based adhesives... view more
Produced from the polymerisation of terpenes. Used as a tackifier in hot melt adhesives and solvent adhesives... view more
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