Phenol Formaldehyde Resin Materials

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Phenol Formaldehyde Resin

CAS No.:  9003-35-4

Appearance:Irregular transparent solid

Properties: Dissolved in cool tar, ester, turpentine oil and similar solvents, undissolved in alcoholic dissolved, partially soluble in petroleum products; mix well with plant oils, high softening point; fast drying.

Usages:

1). Road marking paint: It can improve on the brightness, bonding, water and weather-resistance and may perfection for the dispersing and drying of any pigments.

2). Rubber: It goes compatible with both natural and synthetic rubber and characterized as adhesive, softening and reinforcement, it functions as an ideal for manufacturing of tyres and processing of any rubbers.

3). Adhesive: It is compatible well with high polymerization based substances, and is characteristic of excellent and stable bonding and heat resistance and changes retardant with both time and temperature.
Other application: It is also widely used in fields of oil ink, paper bonding, sealant etc.

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