HRJ-10518 is a reactive resin based on alkylphenol and is supplied in flaked form. HRJ-10518 is typically used to cure unsaturated rubber either to produce bladders used in tire production, Technical Rubber Goods applications, or as a crosslinker in rubber-based pressure-sensitive adhesives.
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