It is pale yellow thermoplastic resin obtained from polymerizing unsaturated aliphatic olefins and diolefins derived from the thermal cracking of naphtha.
|Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Resin|
|COLOR (50% TOLUERENE Ga,#)||4 MAX.||4 MAX.||4 MAX.||4 MAX.||4 MAX.|
|COLOR STABILITY（@200℃，3hr,Ga.#）||9 MAX.||9 MAX.||9 MAX.||9 MAX.||9 MAX.|
|ACID VALUE（KOHmg/g）||1 MAX.||1 MAX.||1 MAX.||1 MAX.||1 MAX.|
|MELT VISCOSITY（@200℃，m.Pa.s）||200 MAX.||200 MAX.||250 MAX.||270 MAX.||200 MAX.|
It is available both in big bags of 500 kgs or 1,000kgs net weight and multi-ply paper bags of 25kgs net weight.
The major usages are as tackifier for pressure sensitive adhesive, because of its well-balanced PSA properties such as fine adhesive strength and cohesive strength. Because of its low softening point, it can be used for reducing the Glass Temperature of Adhesive.
Pelletized forms of resins may block or lump in hot weather climates or if stored near heat sources. Inside storage is recommended and keeps at low temperature.