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Synthetic petroleum resin "Sibplast"

Is a product of thermal copolymerization of C9 fraction 120–210 °C pyrolysis of hydrocarbons at a temperature of 240–250 °C and pressures up to 1.0 MPa. Is used in paint, tire, rubber, adhesive industry and other sectors of the economy. Is the closest analog resin "Piroplast-2".

Characteristics of synthetic petroleum resin "Sibplast"

Design specification: TU 2451-089-05766801-99

Softening point, °C, within80–130
Iodine value, g iodine/100 g, within20–70
Color 50% resin solution in white spirit iodine scale mg J2/100 cm3, max.400
Water, % wt., max.0.2
Ash, % wt., max.0.4
Acid number, mg KOH/g, max.1.0
Mechanical impurities content, %, max.0.3

Supply form: Flakes of irregular shape with color ranging from light-yellow to dark-brown.

Packaging: Synthetic petroleum resin "Sibplast" is shipped in wooden flood and dry tare barrels per GOST 8777-80 with a capacity of 100–200 dm3, steel drums type II, 6 performance by GOST 5044-79 with a capacity of 100–180 dm3, lock seam cardboard drums for type III GOST 17065-77 with a capacity of 100–120 dm3, the bags under GOST 2226-88 with a gross mass of 50 kg and big bags.

Transportation: Synthetic petroleum resin "Sibplast" is transported by rail and road transport in covered vehicles in accordance with the rules of transportation operating in this mode of transport.

Storage: Synthetic petroleum resin "Sibplast" is stored in covered storage areas under the canopy or tarp protecting it from direct sunlight and precipitation, away from sources of ignition.

Packing synthetic petroleum resin "Sibplast"

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