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Worthen Industries is the exclusive North American distributor and formulator of SK Chemicals Skybon® high molecular weight saturated co-polyester resins. Available grades encompass solvent, aqueous, or extrudable hot melts. These resins are used in high-performance laminating adhesives and coatings such as film and textile laminations, ink binders, sizing agents, coil and can coatings, and heat-sealable films.



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SK and Worthen have an exclusive partnership that has developed over many years where we can customize resins, adhesives, and coatings to meet specific performance requirements.

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SKYBON is a line of saturated high molecular weight co-polyester resins with excellent adhesion and flexibility. The attributes of these resins make it ideal for high performance adhesives & coatings, coil-coatings, food/beverage can coatings, and sizing agents for textile. SKYBON resins are available in three grades. Click here to learn more.



Jeffrey Albertelli
Business Unit Manager
Direct #: 603.821.6337

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Technical Manager
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Sr. Chemist
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