Foundry industry is one of the main applications where aromatic hydrocarbon resins are in use due to high content of lustrous carbon. Hydrocarbon resins are used to bind the sand during the casting, to prevent wetting of the molding media by the cast metal and thus to produce a casting surface largely free of included sand grains. Lustrous carbon formers are usually added to mechanically bonded sand such as silica sand, bentonite mixtures, etc. Our hydrocarbon resins lustrous carbon content is over 60%.
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