Reactive Alkyl Phenolic Resin

Alkyl Phenolic Resin is a product prepared by the condensation reaction between an aldehyde and alkylphenols. It is a kind of phenol-formaldehyde resin with good solubility. Therefore it is a perfect modifying agent for chloroprene rubber and it makes a great contribution to the rubber industry.

Substance Identification

Synonyms Alkyl Phenolic Resin | Thermoreactive Resins | Phenol-formaldehyde Resin | Tackifying Resins
CAS 9003-35-4
EINECS 1533716-785-6
Molecular Formula C7H6O2
Moleclar Weight 122.12134

Application & Uses

  1. used in Neoprene Rubber Based (NRB) adhesives industry, especially in improving the characteristics of chloroprene rubber
  2. used as adhesive and paint in various industries like electronic, construction, ink, chemical etc.

Features & Benefits

  • Excellent compatibility with chloroprene rubber
  • Improved the adhesive of chloroprene rubber to a great extent.
  • Improved initial adhesion, thermal stability
  • Compatible with chloroprene rubber
  • Improved chloroprene rubber series adhesion
  • Prolong initial adhesion retention time
  • Good reactivity with Magnesium Oxide

Sales Specification

Absolute molecular weight 1700~2100
Colour, Gardner ≤7
Dispersity 2.61
Reactivity with Magnesium oxide, % ≥6.6
Softening Point, R&B, °C 100~110


  • Paper-plastic compound Bag, 25kg net each

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GHS Hazard Statements

No GHS data available


  • keep away from heat, sparks and open flame. Guard against dust accumulation of this material
  • keep containers closed when not in use. Store at ambient temperature and atmospheric pressure
  • keep container tightly closed. Keep out of the reach of children


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