Loading...

product lines

Feature Image
Rosin Ester Tackifiers

Rosin esters are compatible with a broad range of polymers, including high and low vinyl acetate EVA, acrylics, PUR SBR, SIS and SBS.

Learn More
Feature Image
Modified Rosin Tackifier

UNI-TAC™70 imparts outstanding adhesion to difficult-to-bond substrates due to the high acid number combined with non-crystallinity...

Learn More
Feature Image
Tackifier Dispersions

AQUATAC™ waterborne tackifiers have high solid content that helps improve overall operational efficiency for adhesive manufacturers.

Learn More
Feature Image
AMS Tackifiers

These aromatic tackifiers have low odor and water-white color with superior oxidative stability.

Learn More
Feature Image
AMS Phenolic Tackifiers

These tackifiers’ phenolic component improves compatibility with high polarity polymers such as EVA, PUR and acrylics.

Learn More
Feature Image
Styrenated Terpene Tackifiers

Adhesive formulators can benefit from the aliphatic-aromatic nature of styrenated terpenes, which result in high compatibility with...

Learn More
Feature Image
Polyterpene Tackifiers

Polyterpene grades with high softening point combine high heat resistance and excellent tack and peel for pressure-sensitive adhesives.

Learn More
Feature Image
Terpene Phenolic Tackifiers

Terpene phenolic resins are available in a wide range of polarities, increasing the versatility of adhesive formulation.

Learn More
Feature Image
hot-melt Polyamides Resins

UNI-REZ™ thermoplastic polyamide adhesives resins bond to a variety of substrates.

Learn More
Feature Image
Kraton™ D SIS

Kraton D SIS polymers are the softest Kraton grades. It has a low modulus and is the polymer of choice for pressure-sensitive applications.

Learn More
Feature Image
Kraton™ D SBS

Kraton D SBS polymers usually have a higher polystyrene content, are harder and exhibit more limited compatibility with tackifiers.

Learn More
Feature Image
Kraton™ D SIBS

Kraton D SIBS polymers have similar properties as Kraton SIS while providing better hot-melt stability, lower Tg and higher viscosity.

Learn More