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D.E.N.™

Plastics supplied by Olin

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D.E.N.™ 425 by Olin is an approximately 2.5 functional liquid epoxy novolac resin bridging between standard liquid epoxy resin and semi-solid epoxy novolac resins. Offers excellent mechanical... view more
Features
  • Mechanical Properties Good
  • Solvent Resistant
D.E.N.™ 431 by Olin is a multi-functional (±2.8) epoxy novolac resin of lower molecular weight. Offers elevated temperature service and excellent chemical resistance. It can be used where solvents... view more
Features
  • Chemical resistance High
  • Molecular Wt Low
  • Solvent Resistant
  • Viscosity Low
D.E.N.™ 431-EK98 by Olin is a multi-functional (±2.8) epoxy novolac resin of lower molecular weight in methyl-ethyl ketone solution. Offers elevated temperature service and excellent chemical... view more
Features
  • Chemical resistance High
  • Molecular Wt Low
  • Solvent Resistant
  • Viscosity Low
D.E.N.™ 438 by Olin is a highly functional (±3.6) epoxy novolac resin. Offers good mechanical resistance, good temperature resistance, good chemical resistance performance and workable viscosity... view more
Features
  • Chemical resistance Good
  • Mechanical Properties Good
  • Viscosity Medium
D.E.N.™ 438-A85 by Olin is a highly functional (±3.6) epoxy novolac resin in acetone solution. Offers good mechanical resistance, good temperature resistance, good chemical resistance performance... view more
Features
  • Chemical resistance Good
  • Mechanical Properties Good
  • Viscosity Medium
D.E.N.™ 438-EK85 by Olin is a highly functional (±3.6) epoxy novolac resin in methyl-ethyl ketone solution. Offers good mechanical resistance, good temperature resistance, good chemical resistance... view more
Features
  • Chemical resistance Good
  • Mechanical Properties Good
  • Viscosity Medium
D.E.N.™ 438-MAK80 by Olin is a highly functional (±3.6) epoxy novolac resin in methyl n-amyl ketone solution. Offers good mechanical resistance, good temperature resistance, good chemical resistance... view more
Features
  • Chemical resistance Good
  • Mechanical Properties Good
  • Viscosity Medium
D.E.N.™ 438-MK75 by Olin is a highly functional (±3.6) epoxy novolac resin in methyl iso-butyl ketone solution. Offers good mechanical resistance, good temperature resistance, good chemical... view more
Features
  • Chemical resistance Good
  • Mechanical Properties Good
  • Viscosity Medium
D.E.N.™ 438-X80 by Olin is a highly functional (±3.6) epoxy novolac resin in xylene solution. Offers good mechanical resistance, good high temperature resistance, good chemical resistance... view more
Features
  • Chemical resistance Good
  • Mechanical Properties Good
  • Viscosity Medium
D.E.N.™ 438L by Olin is a highly functional (±3.6) epoxy novolac resin. Offers good mechanical resistance, good temperature resistance, good chemical resistance performance and low viscosity... view more
Features
  • Chemical resistance Good
  • Mechanical Properties Good
  • Viscosity Low
D.E.N.™ 439 by Olin is a highly functional (±3.8) epoxy novolac resin. Offers improved reactivity, high viscosity, good drape and limited tack. D.E.N.™ 439 is used prepreg formulations... view more
Features
  • Viscosity High
D.E.N.™ 439-EK85 by Olin is a highly functional (±3.8) epoxy novolac resin in methyl-ethyl ketone solution. Offers improved reactivity, high viscosity, good drape and limited tack. D.E.N.™ 439-EK85... view more
Features
  • Viscosity High
D.E.N.™ 439-H by Olin is a highly functional epoxy novolac resin. Offers lower processing variability... view more
D.E.N.™ 440 by Olin is an extremely high functional (± 4.4) epoxy novolac resin. Offers good mechanical resistance, good temperature resistance and good chemical resistance properties... view more
Features
  • Chemical resistance Good
  • Mechanical Properties Good
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