Chemical Family: Rosins
Staybelite™ resin-E partially hydrogenated rosin is a pale, thermoplastic, acidic resin made by partially hydrogenating rosin. Because of this treatment, Staybelite resin-E partially hydrogenated rosin is highly resistant to oxidation and discolouration, and to changes in solubility characteristics when it is exposed to air and sunlight.
STAYBELITE-E™ 3-E Ester Of Hydrogenated Rosin
Chemical Family: Esters
Staybelite™ ester 3-E ester of hydrogenated rosin is a pale, viscous, balsamic liquid with the resistance to oxidation and discoloration characteristic of the Staybelite series of resins. The tacky, highly adhesive resin can be readily emulsified, and serves as plasticizer for a wide range of film formers. Staybelite ester 3-E is broadly compatible with many other components, and it has found wide acceptance in hot melt, pressure sensitive, and laminating adhesives. In general, it finds use where there is a need for a pale, non-oxidizing, color-stable, highly tacky liquid resin.
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- Inherent oxidation resistance
- Color stability
- Tack retention
- Good aging characteristics
- Tapes & labels
- Tackifier for contact adhesives
- Concrete curing