Adhesive resins known as tackifiers are chemical compounds used in formulating adhesives to increase the tack and the stickiness of the surface of the adhesive. For this application we suggest aromatic and co-polymer aliphatic modified aromatic resins. Our hydrocarbon resins are compatible with a broad range of resins and polymers, such as EVA, natural rubber, SIS, SBR, SBS and SEBS. There are several applications in which resins can be used such as construction adhesives, darkest HMA adhesives, floor and carpet adhesives.
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