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Adhesives Ingredients
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Arakawa Chemical
Colorless, odorless, hydrogenated hydrocarbon resin. Used as a tackifier in pressure sensitive and hot melt adhesives. Offers good weather resistance and compatibility with EVA and block rubber... view more
Arakawa Chemical
Colorless, odorless, hydrogenated hydrocarbon resin. Used as a tackifier in pressure sensitive and hot melt adhesives. Offers good weather resistance and compatibility with EVA and block rubber... view more
Arakawa Chemical
Colorless, odorless, hydrogenated hydrocarbon resin. Used as a tackifier in pressure sensitive and hot melt adhesives. Offers good weather resistance and compatibility with EVA and block rubber... view more
Arakawa Chemical
Colorless, odorless, hydrogenated hydrocarbon resin. Used as a tackifier in pressure sensitive and hot melt adhesives. Offers good weather resistance and compatibility with EVA and block rubber... view more
Arakawa Chemical
Colorless, odorless, hydrogenated hydrocarbon resin. Used as a tackifier in pressure sensitive and hot melt adhesives. Offers good weather resistance and compatibility with EVA and block rubber... view more
Irganox® 1010 DD is a sterically hindered phenolic primary antioxidant. It is odorless and tasteless. It is highly effective and non-discoloring. Possesses stabilizing properties. Provides benefits... view more
Eastman Chemical Company
Aromatic modified aliphatic hydrocarbon resin. Acts as tackifier. It is compatible in useful proportions with natural rubbers, synthetic rubbers, low vinyl-acetate concentration EVA... view more
Kolon Industries
C5/Cyclic hydrocarbon resin. It acts as tackifier. It is light color thermoplastic resin obtained from polymerizing unsaturated aliphatic olefins/diolefins derived from the process of thermal... view more
Kolon Industries
C5/Cyclic hydrocarbon resin. It acts as tackifier. It is light color thermoplastic resin obtained from polymerizing unsaturated aliphatic olefins/diolefins derived from the process of thermal... view more
Kolon Industries
C5/Cyclic/Aromatic hydrocarbon resin. It acts as tackifier. It is light color thermoplastic resin obtained from polymerizing unsaturated aliphatic olefins/diolefins and aromatic olefins derived from... view more
Kolon Industries
C5/Cyclic/Aromatic hydrocarbon resin. It acts as tackifier. It is light color thermoplastic resin obtained from polymerizing unsaturated aliphatic olefins/diolefins and aromatic olefins derived from... view more
Kolon Industries
Aromatic hydrocarbon resin. It acts as tackifier. It is pale yellow thermoplastic resin obtained from polymerizing unsaturated aromatic olefins and diolefins derived from the process of thermal... view more
United Performance Materials
SUNTACK GS-90 Resin by United Performance Materials is an aromatic C9 hydrocarbon resin. It shows good compatibility with ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA), natural & synthetic rubbers. SUNTACK GS-90... view more
United Performance Materials
Non-reactive, aromatic hydrocarbon resin. Used as a tackifier and a reinforcing agent in EVA hotmelt and TPR hotmelt pressure sensitive adhesives. Offers good compatibility and processing... view more
United Performance Materials
Aromatic hydrocarbon resin. Used as a tackifier in hotmelt (EVA, TPR) and hotmelt pressure sensitive adhesives. Offers good compatibility and processing facilitating mixing... view more
United Performance Materials
Aromatic hydrocarbon resin. Used as a tackifier in hotmelt (EVA, TPR) and hotmelt pressure sensitive adhesives. Offers good compatibility and processing facilitating mixing... view more
United Performance Materials
Suntack U-101 Resin is a low-cost, non-reactive aromatic C9 petroleum resin by United Performance Materials. It acts as a tackifier. Suntack U-101 Resin is recommended for hot-melt pressure... view more
Nynas Naphthenic Process Oils
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