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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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TEC-260 – Resorcinol-Formaldehyde Tire Cord Dip Resin

shutterstock_519137797TEC-260 is a resorcinol-formaldehyde resin diluted in methanol. It has low free formaldehyde and low viscosity.

TEC-260 is formulated for use with SBR Latex, Type IV, or similar polymers.

The primary application for TEC-260 is in tire cord dip solution, particularly rayon and nylon cord for SBR carcass.

TEC-260 should be stored in a well ventilated indoor area with the container closed for storage. This resin should be stored where temperatures do not exceed 30 °C (86 °F) for long periods of time.

For best results, it is recommended that TEC-260 be used within 1 year of manufacture date. As with all phenolic resins, TEC-260 will become darker with age.

Physical formLiquid
Specific gravity 1.25 (@ 25 °C)
Solids70 - 75% (1 hour @ 135 °C)
Viscosity4000- 6000 cps (Brookfield @ 25 °C)
pH1.2 - 2.5 (@ 25 °C)
TEC-260 is stocked in 220 kg plastic drums. IBC packaging is also available.