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Gum Rosin (breu) is derived from the tapping of living pine trees. Distillation of the crude pine resin yields gum rosin and gum turpentine in varying ratios, usually 4 to1. Gum Rosin is a brittle, transparent, glassy solid. It is insoluble in water but soluble in many organic solvents. WW grade is derivative of “Pinus Ellioti”.

Uses: Hot melt and pressure sensitive adhesives; mastics and sealants;
varnishes; ester gum; soldering compounds; core oils; insulating
compounds; soaps; paper sizing, printing inks.

Industrial Applications

♣ Synthetic resin,
♣ Rubber
♣ Tackifiers and sealants
♣ Inks
♣ Coatings and lacquers
♣ Soldering fluxes
♣ Paper size modifier

order by the pound

Product of Brazil


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