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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Polyester polyol. Exhibits hydrophobicity, flexibility, elongation and hardness. Is a semi-crystalline, yellow colored wax, available in the form of flakes. Used in adhesives and sealants... view more
Polyester polyol. Exhibits hydrophobicity, flexibility and elongation. Is an amorphous, pale yellow colored viscous liquid. Used in adhesives and sealants... view more
Polyester polyol. Exhibits hydrophobicity, flexibility, tensile strength and hydrolytic resistance. Is an amorphous viscous liquid. Used in adhesives and sealants... view more
Polyester polyol. Exhibits hydrophobicity, flexibility and elongation. Is an amorphous, viscous, yellow colored liquid. It is ideal for polar substrates. Used in adhesives and sealants... view more
Polyester polyol. Exhibits hydrophobicity, flexibility, tensile strength and hydrolytic resistance. Is an amorphous, yellow colored wax. Used in adhesives and sealants... view more
Polyether polyester vegetable polyol. Exhibits hydrophobicity and low viscosity. Is an amorphous, clear liquid. Suitable for prepolymers... view more
RADIACID 0972 is a high-purity distilled C36 diacid. It appears as a yellow liquid and has a shelf life of 2 years... view more
RADIACID 0975 is a hydrogenated distilled C36 diacid. It appears as a liquid with a very light yellow color and has a shelf life of 2 years... view more
RADIACID 0976 by Oleon is a high purity hydrogenated distilled C36 diacid. It is a polymer building block. RADIACID 0976 is used in adhesives and sealants... view more
Dimer diol. It is a polymer building block. Is a clear liquid, poorly soluble in water but soluble in organic solvents. Applications in adhesives... view more
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