Hydrogenated Petroleum Resin - I-MARV



Hydrogenated Petroleum Resin - I-MARV

I-MARV is Idemitsu's groundbreaking tackifier resin. It has proven excellent for hot-melt and pressure sensitive adhesives, and functions as a polyolefin resin modifier. I-MARV is extremely transparent, has excellent thermal stability and less odor. It also boasts excellent compatibility with base resins and elastomers.

Exclusively created based on polymerization and hydrogenation technologies developed by Idemitsu over decades of research. I-MARV displays a balanced performance in terms of heat and cold resistance as well as adhesive properties as a tackifier when used as a hot-melt adhesive. Because is also compatible with polypropylene, its transparency, rigidity, and vapor barrier characteristics are improved when added to a bipolar oriented or BOPP film.

We gathered the above information referring to CMC Publishing Co., Ltd.

We gathered the above information referring to CMC Publishing Co., Ltd.

I-MARV is available in partially hydrogenated S-grades and fully hydrogenated P-grades. Because they are so broadly applicable, a wide selection of specific S- and P-grades are available to suit individual customer needs and applications.

Typical Properties

  S-100 S-110 P-100 P-125 P-140 Test method
Softening point (°F) 212 230 212 257 284 Idemitsu Method:
Ring and ball method
Average molecular weight 700 760 660 820 900 Idemitsu Method:
Vapor pressure balance method
Color (Harzen) 25 25 10 20 20 Idemitsu Method:
Platinum-cobalt colour scale
Bromine number (g/100 g) 5.0 6.0 2.5 2.5 2.0 Idemitsu Method:
Electrometric method

Compatibility After Melting and Mixing at Room Temperature

Material/Grade S-100 S-110 P-100
25% 50% 75% 25% 50% 75% 25% 50% 75%
Linseed oil - C - - C - - C -
Soybean oil - C - - C - - C -
Alkyd resin
(short oil type)
- C - - C - - C -
Alkyd resin
(medium oil type)
- C - - C - - C -
100% phenol resin - C - - C - - C -
Alkyd resin
(medium oil type)
- C - - C - - C -
100% phenol resin - C - - C - - C -
Epoxy resin - I - - I - - I -
Terpene resin - C - - C - - C -
Rosin - C - - C - - C -
Terpene phenol formamide resin - I - - I - - I -
Vaseline - I - - I - - I -
Fatty acids - C - - C - - C -
Polyethylene* P P P P P P C C C
Polypropylene* P P P P P P C C C
Polybutene C C C C C C C C C
Liquid polybutadiene I I I I I I I I I
Material/Grade P-125 P-140
25% 50% 75% 25% 50% 75%
Linseed oil - C - - C -
Soybean oil - C - - C -
Alkyd resin
(short oil type)
- C - - C -
Alkyd resin
(medium oil type)
- C - - C -
100% phenol resin - C - - C -
Epoxy resin - I - - I -
Terpene resin - C - - C -
Rosin - C - - C -
Terpene phenol formamide resin - I - - I -
Vaseline - I - - I -
Fatty acids - C - - C -
Polyethylene* C C C C C C
Polypropylene* C C C C C C
Polybutene C C C C C C
Liquid polybutadiene I I I I I I
C:
Compatible; P: Partially compatible; I: Incompatible
*
Based on the level of transparency in a film state.

Compatibility at 180°C After Melting and Mixing

Material/Grade S-100 S-110 P-100
25% 50% 75% 25% 50% 75% 25% 50% 75%
Vaseline - C - - C - - C -
Fatty acids - C - - C - - C -
Epoxy resin - I - - I - - I -
Polybutene C C C C C C C C C
Liquid polybutadiene C C C C C C C C C
Paraffin wax C C C C C C C C C
Microcrystalline wax C C C C C C C C C
EVA C C C C C C C C C
Material/Grade P-125 P-140
25% 50% 75% 25% 50% 75%
Vaseline - C - - C -
Fatty acids - C - - C -
Epoxy resin - I - - I -
Polybutene C C C C C C
Liquid polybutadiene C C C C C C
Paraffin wax C C C C C C
Microcrystalline wax C C C C C C
EVA C C C C C C
C:
Compatible; I: Incompatible

Film State Compatibility*1

Material/Grade S-100 S-110 P-100
25% 50% 75% 25% 50% 75% 25% 50% 75%
NR C C C C C C C C C
BR C C C C C C C C C
CR C C C C C C C C C
EPDM C C C C C C C C C
EVA C C C C C C C C C
SBS C C C C C C C C P
SIS C C C C C C C C C
SEBS C C C C C C C C P
Material/Grade P-125 P-140
25% 50% 75% 25% 50% 75%
NR C C C C C C
BR C C C C C C
CR C C P C C P
EPDM C C C C C C
EVA C C C C C C
SBS C C P C C P
SIS C C C C C C
SEBS C C P C C P
C:
Compatible; P: Partially Compatible; I: Incompatible
*1
EPDM rubber blend samples were dissolved for 1 hour at 90°C. After dissolving both substances in toluene, the solution was applied on a PET film and the solvent was evaporated at room temperature. The transparency was then observed visually using a bar coater.

Solubility*1

Solvent/Grade S-100 S-110 P-100
20% 50% 20% 50% 20% 50%
Hydrocarbons - - - - - -
Benzene S S S S S S
Toluene S S S S S S
Xylene S S S S S S
n-hexane S S S S S S
Cyclohexane S S S S S S
Mineral spirits S S S S S S
Alcohols - - - - - -
Ethanol I I I I I I
Isopropyl alcohol I I I I I I
1-butanol I I I I I I
1-octanol I I I I I I
Ketones - - - - - -
Acetones I I I I I I
Methyl ethyl ketone I I I I I I
Chlorine compounds - - - - - -
Carbon tetrachloride S S S S S S
Ethers - - - - - -
Ethyl ether S S S S S S
Dioxane S S S S S S
Esters - - - - - -
Ethyl acetate I I I I I I
Nitrogen compounds - - - - - -
n,n-dimethylformamide I I I I I I
Pyridine S S S S I I
Aniline I I I I I I
Solvent/Grade P-125 P-140
20% 50% 20% 50%
Hydrocarbons - - - -
Benzene S S S S
Toluene S S S S
Xylene S S S S
n-hexane S S S S
Cyclohexane S S S S
Mineral spirits S S S S
Alcohols - - - -
Ethanol I I I I
Isopropyl alcohol I I I I
1-butanol I I I I
1-octanol I I I I
Ketones - - - -
Acetones I I I I
Methyl ethyl ketone I I I I
Chlorine compounds - - - -
Carbon tetrachloride S S S S
Ethers - - - -
Ethyl ether S S S S
Dioxane S S S S
Esters - - - -
Ethyl acetate I I I I
Nitrogen compounds - - - -
n,n-dimethylformamide I I I I
Pyridine I I I I
Aniline I I I I
S:
Soluble; I: Insoluble
*1
The transparency at room temperature was measured after preparing the solution at the above percentages.

Molten Viscosity

Molten Viscosity

Toluene Solution Viscosity

Toluene Solution Viscosity

Heat Resistance

Aging Color

Grade/Aging Time 0 hr 12 hr 24 hr 48 hr 72 hr 96 hr
S-100 G1> G1> G1> G2 G4 G5
P-100 H10 H50 H120 H200 G3 G4
P-125 H20 H80 H130 H240 G3 G4
G:
Gardner color, H: Harzen color
*
Test conditions: A sample of 1.5 g was placed in an aluminum foil container was used 10 mm in diameter and 20 mm high. Testing was carried out at 180°C in an open cup exposed to the air.
Heating loss

Heating loss

Sample applications

Sample applications

Tackifier for hot melt adhesives
Tackifier for pressure sensitive adhesives
Polyolefin resin modifier
Rubber compounding ingredient

Packaging

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N.B. The data shown above was measured under specific conditions and has been verified for accuracy. Nevertheless, results in applications may differ depending on use and products may not perform for all recommended uses depending on use conditions. The content above is subject to change without notice. Figures of physical characteristics of other resins than the products have been referred from other catalogues and sources thereof.
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I-MARV is trademarks registerd in Japan under the name of Idemitsu Kosan Co.,Ltd.
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