Standard Solid Epoxy Resin

The most common epoxy resins are based on reacting Epichlorohydrin (ECH) with bisphenol A, resulting in a different chemical substance known as bisphenol A di glycidyl ether (commonly known as BADGE or DGEBA) Increasing the ratio of bisphenol A to Epichlorohydrin during manufacture produces higher molecular weight linear polyether with glycidyl end groups, which are semi-solid to hard crystalline materials at room temperature depending on the molecular weight achieved.


  • Paint

  • Coating

  • Adhesives

  • Industrial tooling and composites

  • Electrical systems and electronics

  • Consumer and marine applications

Grade EEW (g/eq) Solution Viscosity (25 ℃) Softening Point (℃) Characteristics/Uses
FAMKOTE-011 455-495 D-F 60-70 Unmodified Solid Epoxy Resin
FAMKOTE -12 780-840 M-O 88-95 Standard Solid Epoxy Resin
FAMKOTE -13 800-950 P-S 88-102 Medium MW Solid Epoxy Resin