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Terminology Related to Resins

Resins are sticky substances that exhibit viscosity and the ability to harden, making them useful for many applications. Resins are used in adhesives, floor coatings, fiberglass production and various additional applications. You might encounter some of the following terms when looking for resin products.

  • Thermosetting Resins - Resins that cure and harden under heat, and cannot be remolded once hardened. Some examples include epoxy, polyester and polyurethane. These substances harden through a chemical reaction and have superior strength.
  • Thermoplastic Resins - Resins that can be repeatedly melted and remolded, changing shape with the addition of heat. Some examples include polycarbonate, polyethylene and polyvinyl chloride.
  • Synthetic Resin - Resins that have properties similar to organic resins, such as viscosity and the ability to harden. Epoxy and polyurethane are two common ones. Organic resins, on the other hand, are derived from plants.
  • Epoxy Resin - A clear polymer resin that is used extensively for adhesives, coatings and composites. Epoxy adhesive is used for high-strength adhesion and has a high resistance to heat and chemicals. It is used as a coating to provide hardness to appliances, and as a primer for paint.
  • Varnish - A substance that provides a clear, hard coating for wood furniture, flooring and other products. Varnishes generally contain a resin such as polyurethane, amber, benzoin or rosin.
  • Fiberglass - A polymer resin that is reinforced with fiber. The substance can be molded and shaped into strong structures, such as boats.
  • Resin Casting - A method of casting using synthetic resin in a mold. The resins used for casting include epoxy, acrylic and silicone resins.
  • Mastic - A resin derived from the mastic tree and used for chewing gum and flavoring throughout the world.
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    Goldmark Distribution Inc
    1210 Washington St, West Newton, MA 02465
    (617) 332-8474
    Dsm Neoresins
    730 Main St, Wilmington, MA 01887
    (978) 658-6600
    Cast-Coat Inc
    354 West St, West Bridgewater, MA 02379
    (508) 587-4502
    Eastern Resins Corp
    1174 River St, Woonsocket, RI 02895
    (401) 769-6700
    Resin Systems
    62 State Route 101a Ste 1, Amherst, NH 03031
    (603) 673-1235
    Bolton Resin Laboratories
    194 Riverside Ave, New Bedford, MA 02746
    (508) 991-4828
    Metachem Resins Corp
    1505 Main St, West Warwick, RI 02893
    (401) 822-9300
    Advance Resin Corp
    450 Memorial Dr, Chicopee, MA 01020
    (413) 733-0998


    Chemical grout and resin manufacturers can create several different kinds using organic chemistry. They use resin for various uses. Resin can be utilized while making medicine, or as a varnish for art and furniture. Resin consists of a variety of elements and chemicals. Chemical grout and epoxy resin manufacturers can be found by looking online. There are solid and semisolid resin options that allow you to choose what would be most ideal for your use. Look online for more information about how resin is made, what it is used for and where you can find it. If you are unsure as to what kind of resin to use for your need, talk to an employee at a local craft store. They will be able to help you find the correct resin for your project. If you are looking for a natural substance that is similar to resin, then use tree sap. Tree sap is most popularly used to make turpentine. The various types of resins range in cost. Resin is nonvolatile and combustible, so therefore it is often a popular substance that is found among household items. Resin can be a great substance to use for repairing items as well. It can be used to mold and make jewelry. Contact a local craft and home improvement store in your area to find the specific type of resin you need.
     
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