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 POLYTONE P 140
 
 Specifications
     Chemical Classification      Rosin Modified Penta Esterified
     Phenol Formaldehyde Resin
     Physical Form      Broken Lumps
     Colour      Yellowish-Brown
     Melting Point (Capillary)      110° C – 120° C
     Viscosity of 50% solution in Toluene at 30°C by      B4 Ford Cup
     18 - 22 Sec
     Acid Value      20 mg KOH / gm resin (Max)
     MTO Tolerance of 50% solution in Toluene      1:10 Min
Properties & Usage :
POLYTONE P 140 is a modified phenolic resin for use with drying oil, such as linseed & tung oil. The most outstanding property of this resin is its solubility in white spirit so that cold cut varnishes could be made with this resin. Varnishes made from this resin will have excellent water resistance & colour retention properties. POLYTONE P 140 finds its use in anticorrosive paints, marine finishes , sealants & primers printing inks, insulating varnishes, oil varnishes, etc.
Industrial Applications :
Printing Inks, Varnishes, Oil Varnishes, Anticorrosive Paints, Marine Finishes, Sealants, Primers and many more.
Solubility :
POLYTONE P 140 gives good solubility with Aliphatic Hydrocarbons. It is completely soluble with Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Esters and Varnish Oils, POLYTONE P-140 is insoluble in Aldehydes
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.
The information contained herein is to the best of our knowledge, accurate and reliable. The information given herein is for reference only and is subjected to change without prior notice. However, as use conditions are not within our control no guarantees are given or are to be inferred, nor is freedom from any patent to be inferred.
 
 
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