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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Struktol® Polydis® 3691 by Struktol is nitrile rubber modified epoxy prepolymer based on DGEBA. It is used as a tackifier. It provides high tack & improved impact-, peel-, flexural- and shear... view more
Struktol® Polydis® 3693 by Struktol is nitrile rubber modified epoxy prepolymer based on DGEBF. It provides high tack & improved impact-, peel-, flexural- and shear strength. It is used as a... view more
Struktol® Polydis® 3695 is nitrile rubber modified epoxy prepolymer based on DGEBA by Struktol. It is used as a tackifier. It offers high tack & improved impact-, peel-, flexural- and shear... view more
Alkylphenol formaldehyde resin. Acts as processing additive improving tack and homogeneity of raw compounds. Due to the balanced combination of the product and optimum dispersion of the ingredients... view more
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Blend of aliphatic-aromatic soft resin and silica. Acts as a tackifier. It is a resinous plasticizer which significantly increase the low green tack of synthetic rubber compounds. Furthermore, a... view more
Aliphatic-aromatic soft resin. Acts as a tackifier. It is a resinous plasticizer which significantly increase the low green tack of synthetic rubber compounds. The processability of these compounds... view more
Blend of aliphatic-aromatic soft resin and silica. Acts as a tackifier. It is a resinous plasticizer which significantly increase the low green tack of synthetic rubber compounds. Furthermore, a... view more
Synthetic aromatic resin. Acts as a tackifier. STRUKTOL TS 50 is a formulation based on synthetic resins, which is especially suitable for EPDM compounds to improve the tack of "dry", highly loaded... view more
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Polymeric resin blend. Used as a tackifier. Use level: 4-15 phr... view more
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