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.
Application & Uses
- used as tackifying resin for hot melt adhesives, imparting high tack and flexibility.
- used as flooring, pressure sensitive and solvent based adhesives.
- 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.
|Acid Value, mgKOH/g
|Viscosity, at 25°C, mPA.s
- 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
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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