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Olin Offers Low Viscosity Waterborne Epoxy Resins

Published on 2017-11-10. Author : SpecialChem

High viscosity is not an issue anymore with Olin’s innovative low viscosity, solvent-cut and waterborne Epoxy Novolacs that do not compromise on quality or reliability.

Innovative Low Viscosity Waterborne Epoxy Novolacs


Olin Epoxy Resin
Olin Epoxy Novolacs can be used in high-performance pipe coatings
Olin boasts a stellar industry track record spanning more than 60 years in the epoxy business. This industry expertise stems from providing superior technical service and tailored formulations to fit the toughest applications.

Because Olin supplies NAFTA-certified Epoxy Novolac Resins with production sites on two separate continents, global access is easy.

Benefits of Olin Epoxy Novolacs:


  • Superior thermal performance over bisphenol A
  • Improved properties over bisphenol A-based epoxy resins
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Resistance to acids, bases, and solvents
  • Retention of mechanical properties at high temperatures and under wet conditions
  • Minimal shrinkage
  • High functionality

Applications of Olin Epoxy Novolacs:


  • Corrosion-resistant marine coatings
  • High-performance pipe coatings
  • Chemical-resistant tank linings and containment systems
  • Chemical-resistant flooring
  • Structural adhesives
  • High Tg composites and electrical laminates
  • High temperature resistant castings
  • Mechanically stable potting and molding resins 


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Source: Palmer Holland
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