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  • Eastman

    Feature Publication:
    ADH-7669, Eastman's Spectrum of Hydrocarbon Resins (pdf)
    Feature Applications:
    Asphalt Modification
    Pressure Sensitive

    Piccotac? hydrocarbon resins are low molecular weight, aliphatic resins available with softening point ranges from liquid to 110°C. They are used in applications where compatibility with natural and synthetic rubbers is critical.


    Physical Properties Comparison:

    Hydrocarbon Resins

    Chemical Type:Aliphatic hydrocarbon resin
    Applications:Adhesives, tackifying resin in rubber-compounding, natural rubber-based sensitive adhesives, and high EVA content resin-based hot melts
    Benefits:Compatible with natural and synthetic rubbers, EVA copolymers, block copolymers, polyethylene and waxes
    Typical Markets: Assembly, pressure sensitive adhesive, tapes & labels, rubber, asphalt modification, roofing, road paving
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