Rosin modified phenolic resin [TAMANOL]

Offset printing and newspaper printing ink resin

Rosin modified phenol resin [TAMANOL]

This material is used mainly for offset printing for products such as newspapers and magazines. This is a special resin made by modifying a synthetic resin, phenol, with a natural resin, rosin. The performance of the resin is determined mainly by the modifier, rosin.

Product lineups

Product Type Appearance Color
(USDA or Gardner)
Softening Point
(℃, R&B)
Characteristics Use
135 Rosin modified phenolics Yellowish brown flake WG or better 18 max. 130-140 Good oil solubility.
Excellent resin for varnish
Oil varnish, enamel.
Baking varnish.
Insulation varnish, Printing ink
340 Yellowish brown lump M or better 25 max. 165-175 Quick set, High gloss Offset ink (Cooking type)
350 I or better 170-185 High gloss.
Press stability
352 Reddish brown pellet G or better 20 max. 160-175 Quick set, High gloss, High emulsification
353 30 max. 150-163 Low molecular weight.
Pigment wettability
Offset ink (Dissolving type)
361 13 max. (33% Linseed oil solution) 20 max. 154 min. Quick set, High gloss.
Good solubility in ink oil
366 Reddish brown lump 12 max. (33% Linseed oil solution) 165-175 High molecular weight.
Good solubility in ink oil
380 23 max. 170-180 Pigment wettablity.
Gloss, Quick set
427 Pale yellow lump 11 max. (33% Linseed oil solution) 21 max. 174-181 High solubility in solvent of low aromatic content Offset ink (Dissolving type)
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