Phenolic epoxy resin
Phenolic epoxy resin Chemical Properties
- Uncured resins are longchained prepolymers that are viscous liquids or solids; the cured resins are strong, solid polymers
- EPA Substance Registry System
- Epoxy resins (61788-97-4)
Phenolic epoxy resin Usage And Synthesis
Phenolic epoxy resin is a kind of phenolic resins modified at the phenolic hydroxyl group to include an epoxide functional group (usually a –CH2-(C2H3O) group, where -(C2H3O) is the three-membered epoxide ring). The added functionality of the phenolic resin increases the ability for the resin to crosslink, creating a stronger polymer with high resistivities.
Molding compounds; surface coatings; adhesives; laminating or reinforcing plastics
Phenolic epoxy resin is often used as coatings or resistive top coats for drums, pipes, floors, tanks and automotive parts. The high chemical and solvent resistivities and temperature compatibility of it is most useful in high-performance applications and corrosion resistance.
The toxicity of epoxy resin systems results from the toxicity of the various components, each of which must be considered.
Phenolic epoxy resin Preparation Products And Raw materials
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