Upgraded rosin soaps are primarily used as emulsifiers in emulsion polymerization.

In addition, they are used in the production of different pigments for printing inks and varnishes and in the formulation of labeling glues.

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SYLVAROS™ DRS 214

A potassium salt of disproportionated rosin and is produced as watery paste.

SYLVAROS™ DR 22

A catalytically disproportionated rosin derived from high-purity rosin.

SYLVAROS™ DRS 214 K

A potassium salt of disproportionated rosin is produced as aqueous solution.

SYLVAROS™ DRS 40

A rosin soap which begins with catalytically disproportionated rosin derived from high-purity rosin.

SYLVAROS™ DRS 731

A sodium salt of disproportionated rosin.

SYLVAROS™ DRS 42

A rosin soap which begins with catalytically disproportionated rosin derived from high-purity rosin. It is a water-dispersible potassium soap with no electrolyte added.

SYLVAROS™ RS 200

A rosin neutralized with potassium hydroxide solution.

 

SYLVAROS™ DRS 215

A potassium salt of disproportionated rosin.