Market Value Of Gumalon Resin

- Jan 13, 2020-

Gumaron resin is a kind of thermoplastic resin produced by pretreatment, polymerization, distillation and other processes. It is not a high polymer, but an oligomer with a molecular weight between 300-3000.

With a brief understanding of the definition of petroleum resin, let's take a look at the main advantages of petroleum resin.

Gumalon resin is a newly developed chemical product in recent years. Because of its advantages of low price, good miscibility, low melting point, water resistance, ethanol resistance and chemical resistance, it can be widely used in rubber, adhesives, coatings, paper, ink and other industries and fields.

Ancient Malone can generally be classified as C5 petroleum resin alphatic (race), C9 aromatic (aromatic hydrocarbons), DCPD (ring fat diene class, cycloaliphatic), coumarone resin and pure monomer (such as poly real SM, AMS (alpha methyl styrene) and so on) of four kinds of forms, its molecular components are all a hotchpotch of hydrocarbons, so it is also called hydrocarbon resin (hydrocarbon resins, HCR).

Petroleum resins are divided into aliphatic resins (C5), aliphatic resins (DCPD), aromatic resins (C9), aliphatic/aromatic copolymers (C5 / C9) and hydrogenated petroleum resins according to different raw materials.

Petroleum resin is a newly developed chemical product in recent years. Because of its advantages of low price, good miscibility, low melting point, water resistance, ethanol resistance and chemical resistance, it can be widely used in rubber, adhesives, coatings, paper, ink and other industries and fields.

Ancient malon resin is a general term for resinous substances synthesized by polymerization of olefin or cycloolefin, a by-product of cracking petroleum, or copolymerization with aldehydes, aromatics, terpenes, etc.

It is characterized by low acid value, good miscibility, low melting point, water resistance, ethanol resistance and chemical resistance.

Soluble in aliphatic hydrocarbons and chlorinated hydrocarbons, insoluble in lower alcohols and ketones.

Mainly used in the paint industry, such as petroleum resin emulsions used to enhance synthetic latex coatings, and light-colored petroleum resins used to make oily varnishes to improve gloss and adhesion.

Also used in rubber industry, with a low softening point of resin as plasticizer, with a high softening point of resin to improve the hardness of synthetic rubber.

Also used to prepare hot melt adhesive, traffic sign paint, printing ink and paper hydrophobic agent.

Ancient Malone resin refers to a resinous substance formed by polymerization of "alkenes or cycloolefins containing nine carbon atoms or copolymerization with aldehydes, aromatics, terpenes, etc."