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What is hydrogenated petroleum resin?

author£ºadmin Date£º2017/1/5 17:25:15

Hydrogenated petroleum resin is based on the petroleum resin hydrotreating (unsaturated components of hydrogenation) obtained after the excellent oxidation stability of white or almost colorless petroleum resin. The base petroleum resin is a thermoplastic hydrocarbon resin produced by the ethylene cracking by-product (C5, C9 fraction). By the hydrogenation reaction, not only can improvement be made
Petroleum resin color, but also can improve its weather resistance, adhesion, stability and compatibility.

Hydrogenated petroleum resin as a high-end petroleum resin in the United States, Japan and Western Europe and other countries have formed large-scale production, and China's hydrogenated petroleum resin production is still in its infancy, and the growing economic development incompatible. In addition, the production of adhesives and sealants [especially transparent PSA (pressure sensitive adhesive) products, outdoor sealants, disposable hygiene products, medical tapes, road marking paints, and polyolefin modifiers] requires light color, Odor and good stability of the hydrogenation of petroleum resin. Therefore, this paper will review the raw materials, hydrogenation process and related catalyst selection of the hydrogenated petroleum resin, and analyze its market situation, product characteristics and application, so as to provide reference for the development of related products.