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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
S-1205   Dynasol Elastomers Polystyrene Resins and Styrene Copolymers Solprene ® 1205 is a linear random-block styrene-butadiene copolymer having 25% of styrene content, 17.5% present as a polystyrene block. Benefits. Excellent low temperature resistance. FDA Approved. Available BHT/TNPP free. Non staining antioxidant system. Gel free. Clear color. Physical Form...
S-1217   Dynasol Elastomers Polymers and Plastic Materials Solprene ® 1217 is a linear random-block styrene-butadiene copolymer having 25% of styrene content, 17.5% present as a polystyrene block. Benefits. Excellent low temperature resistance. FDA Approved. BHT/TNPP free. Non staining antioxidant system. Gel free. Clear color. Physical Form...
S-1106   Dynasol Elastomers Polymers and Plastic Materials Solprene 1106 is a linear high molecular weight random-block styrene/butadiene copolymer with 10% styrene, 6% present as a polystyrene block. This grade has a non-staining antioxidant system; FDA approved for use in food contact applications and is essentially gel free with a very clear color...
Rovene ® 5550   Mallard Creek Polymers, Inc. Monomers, Intermediates, and Base Polymers Rovene ® 5550 is a self crosslinking carboxylated styrene butadiene emulsion that provides a soft hand. It imparts excellent water and solvent resistance along with excellent wet/dry tensile strength. Rovene ® 5550 can be sprayed easily, is low foaming, and is mechanically stable. It also...
Rovene ® 4106   Mallard Creek Polymers, Inc. Monomers, Intermediates, and Base Polymers Rovene ® 4106 is a carboxylated styrene butadiene emulsion that be used to enhance gloss on coated printing papers and paperboard. It is recommended as a modifier for nonwoven and textile binders to increase strength and/or reduce tack as it has a very stiff or 'boardy' hand. It may also...
057 - 500gm   Scientific Polymer Products, Inc. Polystyrene Resins and Styrene Copolymers 30% Styrene
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