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Foral™ 105-E Ester of Hydrogenated Rosin
Foral™ 105-E Ester of Hydrogenated Rosin

Applications/Uses
  • Caulks and Sealants
  • Contact Adhesives
  • Hot Melt Adhesives
  • Laminating
  • Nonwovens
  • Packaging
  • Pressure sensitive adhesives
  • Rubber and Plastic Modification
  • Solventborne Adhesives
  • Tapes and Labels
  • Wax Modification
Key Attributes
  • Excellent resistance to oxidation
  • High softening point
  • Light color
  • Low odor
  • Thermoplastic hydrogenated resin
  • Wide solubility and compatibility range
Product Description
Foral™ 105-E Ester of Hydrogenated Rosin is a pale, thermoplastic ester resin derived from pentaerythritol and a highly stabilized rosin. Like Foral™ 85-E Ester of Hydrogenated Rosin, which is produced from the same unique oxidation resistant rosin, Foral™ 105-E Ester of Hydrogenated Rosin offers advantages as the tackifier or modifier resin in various adhesives and coating compositions. In these applications, both resins exhibit resistance to oxidation and to discoloration caused by heat and aging. Foral™ 105-E Ester of Hydrogenated Rosin has a substantially higher softening point and is therefore indicated where a harder resin is desired.

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