GUM ROSIN DERIVATIVES
DPR is mainly dehydroabietic acid, and is used for making emulsifier for ABS, SBR, NBR, it is softening agent for rubber, adhesives, and ink.
It is 80% Potassium soap in water. It is widely used as emulsifier in emulsion polymerisation process.
Refined Water White (WW) Gum Rosin esterified with food grade glycerol. Pale yellow resin, no odor or taste, soluble in benzene, ketone, vegetable oil, and most of nature oils, but insoluble in water.
Glycerol Ester of Hydrogenated Gum Rosin used in the manufacture of Chewing Gum and Bubble Gum.
Glycerol Ester of Polymerized Gum Rosin used in the manufacture of Chewing Gum and Bubble Gum.
Gum rosin esterified with pentaerythritol. High viscosity resin, soluble in aromatic and aliphatic HC, esters, ketones and chlorinated solvents. low odor, excellent heat stability, high adhesion, compatible with CR, EVA, SBR SIS, and EVA.
Usage: EVA based hot melt, glue, book bindings, PSA based on SIS or SBS, adhesives emulsions, NR, CR based paints.
Distilled from crude oleo pine resin,
4 types of resins are available depending on trees:
Pinus Merkusii (Indonesia)
Uses: intermediate for synthetic organic chemicals, used in papermaking, Ink, Paints, Varnishes, Adhesive, Rubber.