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Phenolic Resins :

Description

Depending on their composition phenol resins harden at temperatures between 140° and 200 °C. In any event the hardening process for phenol resins requires a temperature in excess of 100 °C. Phenol resins are distinguished by high adhesive stability and good mechanical properties. Furthermore they show good heat-resistance up to around 250 °C. Phenol resins are ideal in applications where the adhesive layer is subject to high temperature and where safety considerations are a priority. Typical applications are the glueing of brake- and clutch-linings in vehicle construction.

Specifications

Product Code Acid Value Mg KOH/gm max Viscosity 50% in Toluene@ 30 °c in FCB - 4 Seconds Melting Point Range °c Tolerance of 50 % Toluene solution Color of 50 % Toluene solution in Gardner scale Recommended Applications
501 25 25 - 35 125 - 135 1 : 5 Min 12 Max Letter press & Offset inks. In liquid inks for better solvent release.
503 25 15 - 20(80-90in 50 % MTO) 125 - 135 1 : 5 min
1 : 10 & above
12 Max Paints, sealants and primers. Insulating varnishes.
505 25 45 - 60 145 - 155 1 : 5 min
1 : 10 & above
12 Max Offset inks with excellent water repellence and Letter press inks.

End Application

  • ABRASIVE CLOTH & PAPER
  • FRICTION MATERIAL
  • ADHESIVES
  • PAINTS
  • CONSTRUCTION
  • THERMAL & ACOUSTIC INSULATION

Packging Details

25 kg bags