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WINGTACK® hydrocarbon resins are low molecular weight polymers based perdominantly on C-5 monomers.

WINGTACK® resins are used as tackifying resins in a large number of elastomers such as SIS, SBS, polyisoprene, butyl, EPDM and SBR, to enhance their properties.

Because of their unique chemistry WINGTACK resins show outstanding properties:

  • Uniformity and consistency
  • Light colour
  • Low odour
  • High tack properties
  • Low specific gravity
  • Oxidative stability
  • Very low chloride levels

 
The WINGTACK resins are also used as takifying resins and/or "processing aid" (improvement of compounding, extrusion and molding properties)  of EPDM, SBR, Polyisoprene, SIS, Butyl rubber based compounds
 
WINGTACK resins are avalible having a variety of different physical and chemial properties (like softening point, glass transition temperature and molecule weight distribution) each effecting th performance of the system as well as compability with various polymers and elastomers. The most commonly used WINGTACK resins are:

 

Straight aliphatic resins:  

Resin Ring and Ball Softening Point (°C) Coloration 50% toluene
solution, (Gardner)
WINGTACK 10 Brookfield viscosity: 30000±10000 mPa.s @ 25°C <3
WINGTACK 95 98±3 <3
WINGTACK RWT-7850 102±3 <3

 

 

Aromatic modified aliphatic resins:

Resin Ring and Ball Softening Point (°C) Coloration 50% toluene solution, (Gardner)
WINGTACK PLUS 96.5±3 <3
WINGTACK EXTRA 97±3 <3
WINGTACK ET 95.5±3 <3
WINGTACK 86 87±3 <3