ZX®RT1101 is a novolac P-Tert-Octyl Phenol-Formaldehyde Tackifying Resin
With excellent initial stickness,RT1101 is tackifying accelerant for natural rubber and kinds of synthetic rubber, especially for :cis- 1,4-polybutadiene rubber (BR), Styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR),EPDM, butylrubber(IIR);
A tertiary carbon on the resin alkyl make the alkyl become a branched structure. Thus RT- 1101 has a better compatibility with various synthetic rubber and oil and typically it is used in tire belt, tire sidewall and transfer belt ect;
RT1101 can extend material scorch time, improve processability and handling security;
Recommended 4-8 parts by weight (100 parts by weight of rubber)
Q: How to Get Sample? A: Sample within 500g could be sent for free once buyer’s DHL account is advised for freight collect or courier cost is paid. The courier cost could be deducted when bulk order is placed.
Q: What is Lead Time? A: Generally, cargo could be loaded on ship in about two weeks after the date of receiving prepayment or L/C. Sometimes one week earlier or later.
Q: What’s the bulk Packing? A: Net in 25kg bag or 40 kg craft paper bags with PE or PP inner bag
Q: How About the Phenolic resin of ZXCHEM?
Phenolic resin is a type of synthetic polymer made from the reaction of phenol (a type of aromatic organic compound) with formaldehyde. It has a number of valuable properties and applications. Here are some key characteristics and uses of phenolic resin:
Heat Resistance: Phenolic resins are known for their exceptional heat resistance. They can withstand high temperatures without significant loss of mechanical properties. This property makes them suitable for applications where heat resistance is crucial, such as in the manufacturing of brake pads and friction materials.
Electrical Insulation: Phenolic resins are excellent electrical insulators. They are used in the production of electrical components, insulating materials, and circuit boards.
Chemical Resistance: Phenolic resins have good resistance to various chemicals, making them useful in applications where exposure to corrosive substances is a concern.
Flame Resistance: Phenolic resins are inherently flame-resistant and are often used in the production of fire-resistant and self-extinguishing materials, including flame-retardant coatings and composites.
Low Smoke Emission: They produce minimal smoke and toxic fumes when exposed to fire, which is important in applications where fire safety is a concern.
Mechanical Strength: Phenolic resins exhibit good mechanical strength, making them suitable for applications that require durable and sturdy materials.
Moldability: They can be easily molded into various shapes, which makes them suitable for applications such as composites, laminates, and molded parts.
Adhesives: Phenolic resins are used as adhesives in industries where a strong bond is required, such as in the production of plywood, laminated materials, and composite structures.
Abrasives: They are used in the manufacturing of abrasive products, such as grinding wheels and sandpaper, where their durability and heat resistance are advantageous.
Coatings and Surface Finishes: Phenolic resins are used in the production of coatings and finishes for a variety of applications, including the automotive and aerospace industries.
Foundry Applications: In foundries, phenolic resins are used as binders in the production of sand molds and cores for metal casting.
Wood Adhesives: They are used in the production of wood adhesives and wood-based composite materials.
Phenolic resins are valued for their versatility, durability, and resistance to heat and chemicals. Their broad range of applications spans various industries, including automotive, aerospace, electrical, construction, and manufacturing. They are particularly useful in applications that require fire resistance, electrical insulation, and high-temperature stability.