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Acrylic Resin 

Acrylic resins are polymers derived from the crosslinking reaction of acrylic acid and acrylate. They have fairly good resistance to weather/water/chemicals. They are widely used in the coating of a variety of electrical appliances, wood ware, metal, plastic and building materials. Our acrylic resins can be subdivided into thermoplastic resins, thermosetting resins, and acrylic polyol resins. 

Acrylic emulsion is a milky white polymeric emulsion, mainly produced with acrylic monomer undergoing polymerization, using an initiator in presence of emulsifier with water as a solvent. Acrylic emulsion possesses excellent adhesive and waterproofing properties, which can be used in the textile industry, such as for non-woven fabrics, flannelette blankets and lamination. Selected products can be used in civil engineering such as cement mortar, caulking and elastic cement, while other products can be used for coating material, such as indoor and outdoor water-based paint. 

Acrylic Emulsions

Bisphenol A (BPA)

Bisphenol A (BPA) is produced through the reaction of phenol and acetone. It’s white granule with the density of 1.195. The purified product has fusing point at 158-159℃, while industrial product has the fusing point at 156-157℃. The boiling point is at 220℃ (5mbar). It is soluble in acetone but insoluble in water. Under normal pressure, it will decompose at 180℃. It is mainly used as the raw material to produce polycarbonate and epoxy resin products. The products made with BPA possess extremely good performance, including lightweight, transparency, and resistance to impact and heat. 

Chang Chun’s epoxy resins are multi-purpose and high performance products developed using our own technologies. We offers broad portfolio of epoxy resins. For Bisphenol-A (BPA)-based epoxy resins (BE-series), we have solid, liquid, and solvent types, all of which are suitable for coating and composite material. We also offer brominated novolac epoxy resins (BNE-series), phenol novlac epoxy resins (PNE-series), UV masking epoxy resins (TNE-series), and other speciality novolac epoxy resins, which are tailored for special needs (i.e. high heat resistance, low absorbent, low Df, NCO modified, etc.) Our cresol novolac epoxy resins (CNE-series) are designed for semiconductors/printing ink applications. 

Epoxy Resin

Polyester Plasticizers

Polyester plasticizers are plasticizers for PVC plastics. Because of good resistance to oil and great migration-resistance to PS and ABS plastic, they are often used in non-migrating wire jackets/insulation, adhesive tapes, gaskets, tapes or oil-resistant pipes or gloves. In addition, they can be used for rubber. When treated with polyester plasticizer, rubber products’ resistance to oil/cold/heat are greatly improved compared to other plasticizers. 

Trade named under EVASIN, our ethylene vinyl alcohol copolymer is a special thermoplastic polymer without any plastic additive. It can be used to produce high oxygen barrier films, sheets and other various food packaging materials. Because of its superior gas barrier function, its application has been widened in recent years. Due to water absorption will impact its barrier property, it is usually used with multi-layer co-extrusion production equipments. 

PolyEthylene Vinyl Alcohol (EVASIN® EVOH)


Our hindered phenol antioxidants and phosphites antioxidants are produced with highly automated production equipment and utilizing advanced technologies from Adeka Corporation (formerly Asahi Denka Co., Ltd) of Japan. Antioxidants are indispensable and important additives for various products, such as plastics, resins, and rubbers, in order to prevent or delay physical properties or color changes caused by oxidation and to extend the processability and service life of these plastic products. Applications include ABS, PS, PVC, PE, PP, engineering plastics, PU resin, adhesive, rubbers, etc. 

Polytetramethylene-Ether-Glycols (PTMEG)

Polytetramethylene ether glycol (PTMEG/PTG) is produced by the acid catalyzed polymerization of tetrahydrofuran (THF). It is a straight-chain diol with repeated tetramethylene ether units. 

Polyvinyl acetate emulsion is a thermoplastic polymer. Because of its excellent adhesion and convenience, it is widely used as adhesive for paper and woodwork. It is even used as a household adhesive/glue after re-packaged into smaller containers. 

PolyVinyl Acetate Homopolymer Emulsions (PVAC)

PolyVinyl Acetate - Ethylene Emulsions (VAE)

Polyvinyl acetate emulsion is a thermoplastic polymer. Because of its excellent adhesion and convenience, it is widely used as adhesive for paper and woodwork. It is even used as a household adhesive/glue after re-packaged into smaller containers. 

Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), a white/yellowish granule or powder, is a stable, non-toxic, and water-soluble polymer. PVA possesses good film-forming property, and the film formed from it has excellent adhesion, solvent-resistance, abrasion-resistance, high tensile strength, and great oxygen barrier property. Due to PVA possesses both hydrophilic and hydrophobic functional groups, it can act as surfactant, and can be used as a protective colloid in polymer emulsification and suspension polymerization. 

PolyVinyl Alcohol (PVA, PVOH)

PolyVinyl Butyral Interlayer (Winlite® PVB Film)

Polyvinyl butyral interlayer is a thin film of uniform thickness that has been processed and extruded from PVB resin mixed with plasticizer and additives. Its unique characteristics are: impact resistance, penetration resistance, sound insulating, and UV-proof. Moreover, PVB film can hold the debris from shattered glasses to protect the end users. Currently, most automotive windshields are required to adopt PVB laminated glass. PVB films are also used for the glass on high-rises and landmark architectures. 

Polyvinyl butyral (PVB) is a liquid-based resin produced via acetal reaction by having polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) reacting with aldehydes using acid catalyst. It is widely used in safety glass interlayers, adhesive for printing ink, adhesive of wash primer, baking varnish, electronic ceramics, and printed circuit boards. It also shows good adhesion for glass and metal. 

PolyVinyl Butyral Resin (PVB Resin)

VAE Redispersible Powders

After spray drying, VAE emulsion is turned into a white powder which is a copolymer of ethyl and vinyl acetate. It is free-flowing and is easy to emulsify. When dispersed in water, it forms a stable emulsion. Possessing the typical characteristics of VAE emulsion, this free-flowing powder offers greater convenience in handling and storage. It can be used by mixing with other powder-like materials, such as cement, sand and other lightweight aggregate, and it can also be used as a binder in building materials and adhesives. 

The CCP's redispersable powders of polyvinyl acetate homopolymers: E-5016M (with reduced, lower filler contents, about 2%) and EP-5016H (having standard level of filler, about 10%), both offer the overall economic and technological advantages to benefit the PVAc homopolymer powder and emulsion product line. The powders offer cheaper offsets for more expensive VAE redispersbale powders with glass transition temperature equal to higher Tg > 20c. They provide flexibility for adhesive and construction materials at work sites and create stable dispersion with 30 and 60% solids as needed. Since both products provide at least 8 parts PVOH vs. standard emulsions they eliminate the need for additional PVOH to be added by formulators to improve adhesion properties.

PVAc Homopolymer Powders

Acrylic Emulsion Spec Sheet

Acrylic Resin Spec Sheet



Epoxy Resin Brochure

Polyester Plasticizer Brochure

EVASIN Brochure

VAE Brochure

CCP PE-5010

Ashland Vinac MSDS



PVA Brochure

FDA Regulations



PVB Resin Brochure

VAE Powders Brochure



EP-5016H Specs

EP-5016M Specs