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 POLYTONE AP 108
 
 Specifications
     Chemical Classification      PTBP Formaldehyde Resin (Resole)
     Type      Heat Reactive/Adhesive Resin
     Physical Form      Broken Lumps
     Colour      Pale Yellow
     Softening Point (B & R)      110° C – 125 ° C
     Viscosity of 60% solution in Toluene at 25º C      by B4 Ford Cup      85 - 130 sec
     Methylol Content      8-13 %
Properties & Usage :
POLYTONE AP 108 is a heat reactive alkyl phenolic resin formulated for use in the manufacture of contact adhesives / cements based on polychloroprene or other elastomers.
Adhesives made from POLYTONE AP 108 have excellent heat resistance and light colour.Use of POLYTONE AP 108 imparts excellent green tack and cohesive strength in rubber based adhesives.POLYTONE AP 108 is useful for increasing the storage stability, heat resistance and non phasing of the adhesive.
Applications :
Rubber Adhesives, Upholstery Adhesives, Shoe Adhesives; Leather Adhesives, Furniture Adhesives, Automobile/Automotive Adhesives, Adhesives with Flexing Property, Rubber Goods, High Heat Resistant Adhesive, High Heat Resistant Resin, Enamels, Lacquers, Coatings and many more.
Solubility :
POLYTONE AP 108 is soluble in aromatic hydrocarbon solvents, chlorinated hydrocarbons, ketones and esters etc.
Packaging :
Available in 25 Kg bags
Shelf Life :
Store under cool dry conditions. It is recommended that the material be used within 12 months from the date of manufacture
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