Shellac

SHELLAC shellac-board

Shellac is an all natural ingredient that can be processed in a variety of ways for a number of different industries – primer sealer, printing inks, time release pharmaceuticals, food glaze, etc.

Since Kane has been in the Shellac industry for decades, we can recommend specific grades of shellac based on the function and application of the specific customer.

The various grades of shellac are listed below.

PRODUCT

ACID VALUE

MELTING TEMPERATURE

DESCRIPTION

SAFETY DATA SHEET

TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

TIGERLAC 5050

75 – 91

60 – 75°C

Dewaxed Bleached Shellac SDS

TDS

TIGERLAC CF 5050

 65-80

 60-70° C

Chlorine Free Bleached Shellac SDS

TDS

TIGERLAC 5052

73 – 89

65 – 70°C

Waxy Bleached Shellac SDS

TDS

TIGERLAC 5056

60 – 75

65 – 70°C

Dewaxed Flaked Shellac SDS

TDS

TIGERERLAC 5058

60 – 75

65 – 70°C

Dewaxed Flaked Shellac SDS

TDS

TIGERLAC 5061

60 – 75

65 – 70°C

Dewaxed Flaked Shellac SDS

TDS

TIGERLAC LEM1

60 – 75

70 – 88°C

Lemon Flaked Shellac SDS

TDS

 

PRODUCT

DESCRIPTION

SAFETY DATA SHEET

TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

STYSOLAC AW AW Plasticizer SDS

TDS

Additional Shellac Related Documents

Guideline for the Preparation of Aqueous Dispersions
Guideline for the Preparation of Solutions/Dispersions in Organic Solvents
Solvent Table
Structure of Major Constituents of Shellac