Indorez® Coumarone Indene Resin also known as CI Resin, is a thermoplastic aromatic resin which is produced through the polymerization of coumarone, indene & styrene. Each of these three ingredients play an important role in the performance of CI resin. Coumarone imparts cohesiveness and works as process aid, Styrene imparts heat resistance and Indene imparts transparency and better adhesiveness.
Coumarone Indene Resin has very good affinity with natural and synthetic rubbers. Its key characteristics include imparting good performance as a tackifier, softening and reinforcing agent.
These type of resins are designed to have excellent resistance to alkalis, dilute acids and moisture. They can improve the moulding operation, increase the hardness and elasticity of the product.
SPECIFICATIONS [OC-100 – Typically used grade in rubber industry]
|Brownish Transparent Granules
|Softening Point (Ring & Ball)
|90 – 100
Excellent tack retention, higher adhesive bond strength, etc. are some important characteristics of Coumarone Indene resins which makes it a resin of choice in rubber, coatings and adhesive applications. CI resin is used as a tackifier and softener for natural and synthetic rubber.
|Rubber Compounds, Tyres, Tubes, Belts & other Rubber products
|Adhesives and Adhesive tapes
|Varnishes, Anti-Corrosive Paints & Coatings
25 Kg Bags
Store in a sheltered place away from sources of heat and moisture.
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