ESTERG785 is the glycerol ester of highly hydrogenated rosin.
It is a pale thermoplastic resin with exceptional resistance to oxidation. It is used as a tackifying resin component in various adhesives, inks, coatings, and personal care compositions where oxidative stability is needed.
Adhesives and sealants: pressure sensitive, hot melt, solvent, and
Specialty tapes and labels
Inks, coatings, lacquers
Rubber and plastics modification
Cosmetics, depilatory waxes
INCI Name: Glyceryl Hydrogenated Rosinate
CAS Number: 65997-13-9
Rosin Flakes (and clumps) also known as colophony, light yellow-amber color, is a solid form of resin obtained from pines. Used in printing inks, varnishes, adhesives/glues, soap, paper sizing, soda, soldering fluxes, and sealing wax.
AA59142-AIWW: Complies with Class A, Type I, Grade WW Mil. Spec. A-A-59142.
Extracted from pine tree species known as Pinus Elliottii, commonly known as the slash pine.
HROSIN is colophony or gum derived from pine tree species known as Pinus Oocarpa in Honduras. It is produced by heating fresh liquid resin to vaporize the volatile liquid components. It is semi-transparent pine rosin and varies in color from dark yellow to light brown.
HROSIN Contain about 10% natural nsaponifiable matter that provide anticrystalline properties to the rosin and its compounds.
Main applications include adhesives, chewing gums, coatings, cosmetics, linoleum, paints, printing inks, resins, rubber, sizes, varnishes.
Rosin Lumps or rock rosin also known as colophony is a solid form (amber-brown color) of resin obtained from pines. Used in printing inks, varnishes, adhesives/glues, soap, paper sizing, soda, soldering fluxes, and sealing wax. Grade WW is pale yellow. Grade WG is yellow.
Partially hydrogenated Chinese Rosin has a lighter color and is more stable.
Hydrogenated rosin has more resistance to oxidation and has lighter color.
Like unmodified pine rosin, hydrogenated rosin have a wide span of compatibility with almost all polymers. They are well known for their peel and tack contribution to the adhesive. Specific benefits of hydrogenated rosin include:
Significantly improved stability.
Less to no skin sensitization (depends on the degree of hydrogenation).
Less UV absorption, thus making them suitable for UV curable polymer based adhesives.
Imparts only a slight decrease of cohesive strength, especially in block co-polymer systems.
Can be used in amorphous polyolefin based adhesives.
CAS Number: 65997-06-0
Synthetic Rosin powder. tasteless, odorless, Chlorinated paraffin resins especially soluble in aromatic and chlorinated solvents.
Used as a grip-improving powderer. Apply to athletes’ hands or soles of basketball shoes for improved traction. Dust on handles of baseball and softball bats for improved grip.
Improves grip and prevent slipping of rubber belts (conveyer belts).
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