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Pine resin
English name: Pine rosin, Colophony.
Scientific name: Colophonia resina.
HS code: 38061000, 38052000
Our gum rosin and turpentine oil are two products processed from pine resin harvested from three-leaves and twin-leaves pine trees. Our products are manufactured with Japanese advanced technology and equipment so that they meet the international quality standards and can be exported to Japan, Korea, India, Germany and Australia.
In Vietnam, the annual pine resin harvest takes place from May to December.
Gum rosin
Gum rosin (Calocedrus macrolepis), also called colophane, is a solid form of resin obtained from pines and produced by heating fresh liquid resin to vaporise the volatile liquid terpene components. Its color varies from bright yellow to dark yellow. At room temperature, it is brittle, but it can be dissolved in many organic solvents at stove-top temperatures. It chiefly consists of different resin acids including axit pimaric, levopimaric and especially abietic acid. It is an important material widely used in various industries including paper sizing, printing ink, varnishes, adhesives, medicine, soaps, chewing gums, construction, etc.
Our products are available in two grades. X grade is processed from twin-leaves pine trees and WW-X grade is a product of three leaves pine trees. Our output for both grades is about 4,000 metric tons per year.  
Turpentine oil
Turpentine oil is obtained from steam distillation of pine. It is a transparent/white liquid with a particular smell, but there is no dreg nor water. As a mixture of acbua hydro monotecpen (C10H16) and a small content of sesquiterpene and tecpen derivatives, it is naturally deodorizing and antibacterial.  
It is used in aromatherapy, as a scent in bath oils, as a cleaning product and as a lubricant in small and expensive horological instruments. It may also be used varyingly as a disinfectant, massage oil and an antiseptic in homeopathic medicine. Thanks to its good dissolvability, turpentine oil is commonly used in the painting industry. In plastic and celluloid factories, it is also used to melt rubber and other resins. In addition, it is an important material for preparing medicines such as camphor, cough medicines, terpin hydrate, etc. 

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Turpentine oil
Specifications:   - Colour index: white.  - Alpha-pinene content: 80-80.27%. - Beta-pinene content: 7.8-7.86%.  - Specific gravity at 15°C: 0.860-0.871.  - Acid value: 0.695-0.7095 Mg KOH/G.  - Refracted value at 20°C: 1.4647. - Packing: in tanks of 180 kg net each; 80 tanks/20' container FCL.       ..

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Gum rosin
Our gum rosin is available in two grades: X and WW-X grade.   Specifications:   - Softening point:  X grade: 79-81 degrees Celsius. WW-X grade: 74-81 degrees Celsius. - Acid value (Mg KOH/g):  X grade: 185 (min). WW-X grade: 170 or 164 (min). - Ash content: 0.02% min.   Packing:  - 240 kg/drum; 80 drums/20’ container = 19.2MT/20’ container. - 225 kg/drum; 100 drums/20’ container =  22.5MT/20’ container. - 25 kg/bag; 660 bags/20’ container = 16.5MT/20’ container (with pallets). ..

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