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Phenol formaldehyde resins are synthetic thermosetting resins with a wide variety of applications. They are obtained by the reaction of phenols with formaldehyde. Our phenolic resins are primarily low phenol, or phenol free, novolacs.

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PRO-170 – Oil Modified Rubber Reinforcement Resin

shutterstock_519137797PRO-170 is a 2-step, powdered phenolic novolac resin modified with tall oil. The modified resin is ground and blended with hexamine as methylene donor. PRO-170 provides strength and improved hardness and abrasion resistance to rubber compounding formulations. PRO-170 is recommended for use as a reinforcing resin for NR, SBR, and EPDM formulations in tire and technical rubber manufacturing. It is compatible with the materials most commonly used in the rubber and mold industry.

This material must be stored away from flame or heat sources at a maximum ambient temperature of 25 °C, in a cool, dry, covered area. This product is stable for at least 12 months under the recommended storage conditions.

Acetone insoluble0.3% max
Ash @ 950 °C (1,752 °F) 0.3% max
Hexa content7.5 - 8.5%
Dry sieve2% max (through #100 mesh)
Inclined flow distance40 - 70 mm (0.5 g 125 °C)
Melting point90 - 100 °C (B&R without Hexa)
Standard packaging for PRO-170 is 25 kg lined, multiwall paper bags. Drums, super sacks and custom weight bags are available upon request.