Gum rosin is classified to different grades based on the color and the softening point of the rosin. Softening point is the temperature in which rosin may deform under pressure. In general the softening point of the rosin reduces as the rosin color gets darker. The table bellow shows some of the rosin grades and relative properties.
Usage: All rosins may be used as raw material for making soap, paper, paint, and rubber intermediate for synthetic organic chemicals.
For special applications and technical support about rosin products please call Rosin Factory (Division of Chemical Store Inc.) at (973) 405-6249.