Polyterpene Resin (also called Terpene Polymer or Terpene Resin) is produced using only the renewable material mixed Terpene or Terpene monomer. It is known as a tackifying resin, which is highly compatible with various polymer materials such as polyolefins, SIS, natural rubber or styrene elastomer. They are based especially on the combination of solubility, light color, stability, and chemical inertness, excellent tackiness as well as their lack of toxicity.
Our Polyterpene Resins offer a complete range of softening points, from low to high. Polyterpene Resin, Aromatic Modified Polyterpene Resin, and Polyterpene Phenolic Resin have excellent compatibility with highly polar polymer materials like acrylic, which display excellent compatibility with high polarity polymer materials such as acryl by copolymerization with petroleum-based components. Hydrogenated Polyterpene Resins, which are hydrogenated derivative of different Polyterpene Resins and Aromatic Modified Polyterpene Resins, are highly valued in various industries for their great color hues, thermal stability, and weather resistance. They are used as biobased tackifiers in adhesive components and as modifying agents for different polymers.
The wide use of polyterpene resins in adhesives and preparing adhesive tapes includes their application in rubber cement and friction tapes. These substances also act as exceptional, low-cost tackifiers and assist in improving the adhesive features of Hot-melt Laminating Adhesives formulated with atactic polypropylene. These resins have strong peel strengths compared to the more expensive laminating resins. In-depth research showed that the specialized adhesiveness of these Hot-melt Pressure Adhesives was comparable to that of more expensive resins.
Another broad area of application is rubber products, such as toys, hoses, and medical rubber goods. The resins are also used in paints and leather goods, as well as in laminating and polish waxes, and in inks. Furthermore, it can be used in both chewing gum and food.
- Head fractions of Eucalyptus oil, Cedar oil and Sanmon oil (But limited)
- Gum turpentine oil from Pinus massoniana lamb, Pinus yunnanensis, Pinus kesiya var. Langbianensis, Pinus elliottii and Pinus latteri Mason
Terpene Phenolic Resin (TPR) is obtained by copolymerization of terpene monomer and phenol.with excellent compatibility, dissolve in all kinds of polar solvent and nonpolar solvent, exhibits excellent…
Foreverest Hydrogenated Terpene Phenolic Resin is a hydrogenated grade of terpene phenolic resin, it copolymerized by combining the renewable terpene resin and phenol with the enhanced properties of e…
Terpene Resin is made of alpha-Pinene and beta-pinene through catalyzing polymerization. A kind of pale yellow transparent solid. Non-toxic, odorless, anti-radiation, anti-aging, anti-acid and base, a…
Foreverest™ Terpene Phenolic Resin Emulsion TPR602E is an aqueous, solvent free resin based on terpene phenolic resin, mixture with waterborne dispersion of a terpene-phenol resin. It was applied for…
Foreverest® HTR105 is a kind of colorless or water white resin that has thermal stability and weather resistance.It is a newly developed hydrogenated terpene resin. Hydrogenated Terpene Polymer is an …
Styrenated Terpene Resin is made by carrying out cationic polymerization of a terpene compound and sytene compound under Friedel-Crafts catalyst, in processing of the hydrolysis, washing, filtering an…
Terpene Phenolic Resin (TPR) with high softening point and good stickability, particularly suitable to be used in making chloronorgutta rubber (graft polychloroprene rubber) adhesive for PVC artificia…