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Hydrocarbon Resins

CRAY VALLEY'S Range of Hydrocarbon Resins

CRAY VALLEY produces NORSOLENE® and WINGTACK® hydrocarbon resins. Norsolene products are aromatic hydrocarbon resins produced by polymerisation of C9 or C5-modified C9 petroleum fractions or from pure monomers. WINGTACK® products are primarily aliphatic hydrocarbon resins derived from the polymerisation of C5 or C9-modified C5.

Three C5 aliphatic resins are available in the WINGTACK® product line and they range from liquid WINGTACK 10, which enhances cold temperature performance as a plasticiser/tackifier, to WINGTACK 95 and WINGTACK RWT-7850 which are excellent resins for SIS, natural rubber and other less polar elastomers.

The WINGTACK® product line includes a series of C5 resins that have been modified (co-polymerised) with pure monomer C9 feed which enhances compatibility in various elastomers and can provide increased specific adhesion and tack for applications that require improved performance off of low-energy surfaces and recycled corrugated cardboard.

NORSOLENE M series resins are aliphatic-modified aromatic resins used as tackifying resins for EVA copolymer based hotmelt adhesives (HMA) and coatings. NORSOLENE® resins have become a standard in applications such as hotmelt adhesives for packaging, bookbinding, and woodworking. NORSOLENE S and 9 000 series resins are aromatic hydrocarbon resins for general use. They are used in the following applications : · Polymer compounding, typically PVC and rubbers, as "processing aids". They also improve "green tack", and the incorporation and dispersion of fillers. · Hotmelt and solvent adhesives as tackifying resins. In addition, the higher softening point resins, especially NORSOLENE S 155 e, increase the thermal performance properties of pressure sensitive adhesives based on block styrene copolymers (SIS, SIBS, SBS, etc.) · All types of solvent based paints. · As hard resins in offset inks.

NORSOLENE W series resins are "water-white" resins, manufactured from pure styrenic monomers. Colourless and virtually odourless, these are tackifying and reinforcing resins used for mastics, EVA-based hotmet adhesives. Their stability makes them particularly suitable for high-quality bookbinding, hygiene applications and packaging for luxury goods.

Typical Physical Properties of CRAY VALLEY NOR

Hydrocarbon Resin Wingtack 10 C5 Wingtack 95 C5 Wingtack RWT 7850 C5 Wingtack PLUS C5/C9 Wingtack EXTRA C5/C9 Wingtack ET C5/C9 Wingtack 86 C5/C9 Norsolene W 85 C9 Norsolene W 90 C9 Norsolene W 100 C9 Norsolene W 110 C9 Norsolene S 95 e C9 Norsolene S 105 e C9 Norsolene S 1051 e C9 Norsolene S 115 e C9 Norsolene S 125 e C9 Norsolene S 135 e C9 Norsolene S 145 e C9 Norsolene S 155 e C9 Norsolene 9090 C9 Norsolene 9100 C9 Norsolene 9110 C9 Norsolene 9111 C9 Norsolene M 1080 C9/C5 Norsolene M 1090 C9/C5 Norsolene M 1091 C9/C5 Norsolene M 1100 C9/C5

Appearance Light yellow liquid Light yellow solid Light yellow solid Light yellow solid Light yellow solid Light yellow solid Light yellow solid Colourless solid Colourless solid Colourless solid Colourless solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid Yellow solid

Softening Colour, Gardner point, °C, (50%) toluene ring and ball solution 10 1.5 98 1.7 102 2.4 96 1.6 97 1.4 95 2.0 87 1.2 85 <1 90 <1 100 <1 110 <1 93 6 104 6 104 6 115 6 125 6 135 6 145 5 155 5 105 6 114 6 125 6 125 6 93 6 103 5.5 100 5.5 112 5.5

SOLENE® and WINGTACK® Hydrocarbon Resins

Molecular weight (g/mol)

Specific gravity @ 25°C 0.90 0.94 0.95 0.95 0.96 0.96 0.98 1.06 1.06 1.06 1.06 1.07 1.07 1.07 1.07 1.07 1.07 1.07 1.07 1.07 1.07 1.07 1.07 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10

Mn 370 1100 1000 1000 1100 1000 650 600 650 750 850 600 650 650 750 850 900 1100 1300 650 750 850 850 600 650 650 750

Mw 500 1700 2100 1600 2000 1600 1300 1050 1150 1400 1600 1150 1300 1300 1600 1800 2100 2500 3000 1300 1500 1800 1800 1100 1200 1200 1400

Polydispersity 1.4 1.5 2.1 1.6 1.8 1.6 2.0 1.8 1.8 1.9 1.9 1.9 2.0 2.0 2.1 2.1 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.0 2.0 2.1 2.1 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.9

Tg, °C, midpoint -31 55 52 53 52 50 42 35 40 50 60 40 50 50 60 70 80 90 100 50 60 70 70 40 50 50 60

CRAY VALLEY's Hydrocarbon Resins - Clearance Under the Unite

CRAY VALLEY's Hydrocarbon Resins and their use in FDA Food Ad

175.105 (c)(5) Adhesives 175.125 (a) Pressure sensitive adhesives1,2,3 175.125 (b) Pressure sensitive adhesives4 175.300 (b)(3)(xi) Resinous and polymeric coatings (incl. can end cements) 175.300 (b)(3)(xxxi) Can end cements (only) 175.320 (b)(3)(i) Resinous coatings on polyolefin films 175.380 Xylene formaldehyde and epoxy based resins

17 Zinc dioxid co

Wingtack 10 Wingtack 95 Wingtack RWT 7850 Wingtack PLUS Wingtack EXTRA Wingtack ET Wingtack 86 Norsolene M 1080 Norsolene M 1090 Norsolene M 1091 Norsolene M 1100 Norsolene S 95 e Norsolene S 105 e Norsolene S 1051 e Norsolene S 115 e Norsolene S 125 e Norsolene S 135 e Norsolene S 145 e Norsolene S 155 e Norsolene 9090 Norsolene 9100 Norsolene 9110 Norsolene 9111 Norsolene W 85 Norsolene W 90 Norsolene W 100 Norsolene W 110

2,3 2,3 2,3 2,3

3,7 3,7 3,7 3,7

8 8

9 9

Acceptable for use Subject to testing and data review Subject to future Food Contact Notification

States Food and Drug Administration Food Additive Regulations

ditive Regulations

5.390 -silicon e matrix atings 176.170 Components of paper & paperboard in contact with aqueous & fatty foods 176.180 (b)(1) Components of paper & paperboard in contact with dry foods 177.1210 (b) Closures with sealing gaskets for food containers 177.2600 (c)(4)(iv) Rubber articles intended for repeated use5 178.3800 (b) Preservatives for wood6 1 In contact with poultry, dry food and dehydrated fruits and vegetables 2 Limited to 47,5% in final adhesive formulation 3 Food Contact Notification, listed on FDA website 4 Contact with raw fruits and raw vegetables 5 Total plasticiser (Wingtack) not to exceed 30% by weight of rubber product 10 10 6 Not to be used at less than 50% of total solids 7 Cements may contain up to 30% by weight of terpolymer ; cans may be used in contact with all types of food under conditions of high temperature heat-sterilised, frozen or refrigerated storage 8 Blended with butyl rubber as a coating for polyolefin films used in bulk packaging of raw fruits and vegetables, 30% by weight of coating 9 Petroleum hydrocarbon resins (alicyclic) for use as modifiers in waxpolymer blend coatings for corrugated paperboard intended for use in bulk packaging of raw fruits, raw vegetables, iced meat, iced fish and iced poultry ; and limited to use at a level not to exceed 30 weightpercent of the coating solids 10 Not ot exceed 30% by weight of the waxpolymer blend coatings

These products have been determined to be compliant with the applicable FDA regulation for incorporation into the specified food-contact articles. It is the responsibility of the manufacturer of the finished food-contact article to ensure that the article complies with extraction limitations and other provisions applicable to its intended use.

CRAY VALLEY, part of the TOTAL group of companies, is a key supplier of hydrocarbon resins via its Tackifying Division. As a world leader in the area of synthetic resins, the objective of this team is to serve the adhesive, coating and rubber markets globally and efficiently. A pre-requisite of C5 hydrocarbon resin production is the proximity of economical and viable C5 monomer feed. Positioned on the U.S. Gulf Coast in the Houston area of Texas, CRAY VALLEY's Beaumont plant is strategically located next to the world's largest processor of these streams. WINGTACK® C5 resins, as well as being low in odour and colour, have excellent feed availability for their manufacture.

WINGTACK® Plant - Beaumont, TX

The WINGTACK® name carries the tradition of being known worldwide in the adhesive industry for over 40 years as the quality benchmark for C5 tackifyers. NORSOLENE® hydrocarbon resins are produced at two production sites on either side of the Atlantic : in France-Carling/Saint-Avold (Moselle) and in the United States ­ Channelview (Texas). The continuous nature of the NORSOLENE® process, from raw material to finished product, guarantees the production of homogeneous material, while a high degree of flexibility enables a rapid response to the customer's needs. Synthesis and application laboratories serve this business worldwide with technical experts in both France and the United States. The CRAY VALLEY Research Centre located at Verneuil-en-Halatte (60-km to the north of Paris) has all the required resources in terms of NORSOLENE® Plant - Carling, France physio-chemical analysis and synthesis. In addition to providing technical support to the plants, the technical team's mission is to ensure technical assistance to its customers and to work closely with them in developing resins and formulation solutions in response to new demands. The product lines of NORSOLENE® and WINGTACK® together allow the CRAY VALLEY team to meet your global tackifying needs covering the full spectrum of "C5 aliphatic to C9 aromatic" requirements.

Americas

CRAY VALLEY Oaklands Corporate Center 502 Thomas Jones Way Exton, Pennsylvania 19341 U.S.A. Tel : +1 610-363-4100 Fax : +1 610-594-9065 Cust. Serv. : 877-822-5737 (877-TACK RES) E-mail : [email protected] Web : www.sartomer.com

Europe - Africa - Asia

CRAY VALLEY La Défense 2 ­ 12, Place de l'Iris 92062 Paris La Défense cedex France Tel : +33 (0)1 47 96 99 11 Fax : +33 (0)1 47 96 99 91 E-mail : [email protected] Web : www.crayvalley.com

Responsible Care®

Good Chemistry at Work

The information in this bulletin is believed to be accurate, but all recommendations are made without warranty since the conditions of use are beyond CRAY VALLEY Company's control. The listed properties are illustrative only, and not product specifications. CRAY VALLEY Company disclaims any liability in connection with use of the information, and does not warrant against infringement by reason of the use of its in combination with other material or in any process.

LØ26-4 06/2007

COMSPHERE 06/2007

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