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SYLVAROS™ 356/85 Disproportionated Rosin Soap by KRATON is an emulsifier used in polymerization process of SBR, NBR, polychloroprene and ABS plastics. It is based on disproportionated rosin... view more
SYLVAROS™ 85 Tall Oil Rosin by KRATON is an emulsifier designed rubber chemicals. It is an unmodified fraction from refining of tall oil. It provides high content of rosin acids. SYLVAROS™ 85 Tall... view more
SYLVAROS™ DR 731D Disproportionated Rosin by KRATON is a rosin-based emulsifier used for polymerization. It is a pale, highly color stable resin with a rosin acid content of about 90%. It also... view more
SYLVAROS™ DRS 214 Disproportionated Rosin Soap by KRATON acts as an emulsifier in the polymerization process of SBR, NR, polychloroprene and ABS plastics. It is based on disproportionated rosin... view more
SYLVAROS™ DRS 214K Disproportionated Rosin Soap by KRATON is an emulsifier used in the polymerization process of SBR, nitrile rubber, polychloroprene and ABS plastics. It is based on an aqueous... view more
SYLVAROS™ DRS 215 Disproportionated Rosin Soap by KRATON is an emulsifier used in the polymerization process of SBR, nitrile rubber, polychloroprene and ABS plastics. It is based on... view more
SYLVAROS™ DRS 40 Disproportionated Rosin Soap by KRATON is an emulsifier used in SBR polymerization. It is a catalytically disproportionated tall oil rosin potassium soap. It converts abietic acid... view more
SYLVAROS™ DRS 42 Disproportionated Rosin Soap by KRATON is an emulsifier used in SBR polymerization. It is a catalytically disproportionated tall oil rosin potassium soap. It converts abietic acid... view more
SYLVAROS™ NCY Tall Oil Rosin by KRATON is an emulsifier used in rubber chemicals. It is based on unmodified fraction from the refining of tall oil. It exhibits low fatty acid content and standard... view more
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