Triethylene Glycol Rosinate (CAS 8050-25-7)

Triethylene Glycol Rosinate, also called Triethylene Glycol Ester of Rosin, is produced via a special process that delivers light initial color and product stability. It is a pale, viscous liquid with tackifying and plasticizing characteristics. It is the substitute for Eastman® product.

Substance Identification

Synonyms Triglycol Rosinate
CAS 8050-25-7
EINECS 232-478-3
Molecular Formula N/A
Moleclar Weight N/A

Application & Uses

  1. used as tackifying resin for hot melt adhesives, imparting high tack and flexibility.
  2. used as flooring, pressure sensitive and solvent based adhesives.
  3. used as depilatory waxes

Features & Benefits

  • Pale Yellow Transparent Sticky Liquid
  • Insoluble in water;
  • Soluble in aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbon solvents such as: acetones, benzene, ethyl acetate, ethanol, etc.

Sales Specification

Acid Value, mgKOH/g ≤15
Colour ≤8
Specific Gravity 1.06
Viscosity, at 25°C, mPA.s 30000~100000


  • Galvanized Iron Drum, 25kg net each, polyvinyl fluoride inner available
  • Galvanized Iron Drum, 50kg net each, polyvinyl fluoride inner available
  • Galvanized Iron Drum, 200kg net each, polyvinyl fluoride inner available

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GHS Hazard Statements

No GHS data available


  • avoid contact with light
  • keep separated from incompatible substances
  • store and handle in accordance with all current regulations and standards
  • store in a cool, dry place
  • store in a tightly closed container


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