In the book binding process, Decolon Resin (Gum Rosin ) and Glycerol Ester Resins (Resin Esters) are used in the production of adhesives used to hold the pages of books together, strengthen the back and increase the durability of books.
The choice of resin is important for the book binding process and may vary depending on the factors it depends on. These can include the type of book, the number of pages, the expected durability, cost, and other characteristics. Dec.
Colophon resin (Gum Rosin) provides adhesion properties and durability to adhesives. It can also be used to adjust the viscosity and increase the adhesion strength of adhesives. Colophon resin in book binding adhesives makes an important contribution to the structure and performance of the adhesive.
These esters improve the performance of adhesives by interacting harmoniously with resins.
Glycerol Ester Resins are also used as components that improve the viscosity, stickiness and workability of adhesives and increase their durability. Glycerol esters can provide adhesives with better flexibility, adhesion strength and adhesion time.
Glycerol esters can be used as components that improve the viscosity, stickiness and processability of adhesives and increase their durability.
Colophon Resin (Gum Rosin ) and Glycerol Ester Resins (Resin Esters) interact harmoniously with resins, improving the performance of adhesives. Glycerol esters provide adhesives with better flexibility, adhesion strength and adhesion time.
Our most preferred products in the production of adhesives used in book binding are as follows:
Gum Rosins (Colophon Resins);
GUM ROSIN WW/X COL 1440
GUM ROSIN WW/X COL 240
Glycerol Ester Resins (Resin Esters);
RESIDENCE EG 85 F
RESIDENCE ES 90 SD
RESIDENCE ES 90 S
RESIDENCE ES 100 S
RESIDENCE ES 101 S
RESIDENCE ES 104 F