Chemically Resistant







Vinyl ester and isophthalic based polyester resins, known for their chemical resistance, are extensively utilized in the manufacturing of materials that demand high temperature and chemical resistance. These resins are commonly employed in the production of tanks, pipes, marine vehicles, as well as equipment designed for the storage and transportation of foodstuffs. Notably, these resins exhibit excellent fiber wetting properties.  

Very High Mechanical Properties

High Electrical and Thermal Properties

Very High Chemical Resistance

Low Water Absorption

High Corrosion Resistance

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Frequently Asked Questions About Resins

Storage conditions

To ensure the utmost stability and preserve the optimal properties of resins, it is crucial to store them in sealed containers at temperatures below 24°C, away from sources of heat ignition and direct sunlight. For best results, it is recommended to warm the resin to a minimum of 18°C before usage. This pre-warming process guarantees proper curing and facilitates ease of handling throughout the application. By adhering to these guidelines, you can enhance the performance and longevity of the resin, ensuring successful outcomes in your projects.


20 Kg Bucket
200 Kg Barrel
220 Kg Barrel
230 Kg Barrel
1000 Kg IBC
25,000 Kg Tank Container


• Isatis's unsaturated resins are highly regarded for their top-quality performance.
• We implement rigorous quality measures to consistently manufacture high-quality products for our customers.
• Our commitment to quality drives us to continuously evolve our quality procedures and enhance our products.
• Our team ensures that the resins successfully pass multiple quality checks before reaching our clients.
• As one of the leading resin manufacturers in the country, we consistently deliver high-quality products.
• We offer a wide range of resins designed for various purposes.
• Our modern facility is equipped to produce resins using the latest techniques.
• Our experienced experts utilize cutting-edge methods to manufacture our products.
• We have the capability and expertise to deliver high volumes of products efficiently.
• Customer satisfaction is our main priority at Isatis, and we strive to meet their specific requirements.
• We are open to providing customized solutions to cater to individual needs.


As per customer requirements, the following features of Unsaturated Polyester Resins (UPRs) can be customized:
1. Gel time: The gel time of the resin can be adjusted based on specific needs. Gel time refers to the time taken for the resin to reach a semi-solid or gel-like state after the initiation of the curing process.
2. Curing time: The curing time, which is the duration required for the resin to fully harden and cure, can be modified to meet specific project timelines and requirements.
3. Thixotropic index: The thixotropic index of the resin can be tailored as per customer preferences. Thixotropy refers to the property of certain materials to become less viscous under applied stress and return to their original viscosity when the stress is removed.
4. Adding curing indicator: The option to include a curing indicator in the resin formulation is available. A curing indicator is a substance that changes color or exhibits a visual change to indicate the progress of the curing process. It is worth mentioning that this applies specifically to blue-colored resins, where the resin should change from blue to its natural color after curing. The blue color serves as an indicator for determining the complete curing time. If a blue-colored resin does not change to its natural color after curing, it has merely been pigmented with blue and does not possess a blue cure indicator.
5. Making resin pre-accelerated: The resin can be pre-accelerated during the manufacturing process. Pre-acceleration involves the addition of accelerators to the resin formulation before it reaches the customer, allowing for faster curing times upon application.
For more detailed information on how these features can be adjusted for each type of resin, we kindly request you to fill out the technical advice form. This will enable our experts to provide you with specific guidance and recommendations tailored to your requirements.


The information provided, including recommendations regarding the application and use of Petro Octane Isatis products, is offered in good faith based on our current knowledge and expertise. These recommendations assume proper storage, handling, and usage of the products under normal conditions within their specified shelf life. However, due to variations in materials, chemistries, and specific site conditions, we cannot provide any warranty regarding merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Additionally, we disclaim any liability arising from any legal relationship associated with this information, recommendations, or any other advice provided.
Please note that the proprietary rights of third parties must be respected. All orders are subject to our current terms of sale and delivery. Users are advised to refer to the most recent Technical Data Sheet for the relevant product, which can be requested or accessed from for the latest product information.

Technical Specifications

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ISAVIN 10000



Properties Test method Unit Value Value Value
Gel time ASTM D2471 Min 11 ± 2 11 ± 2 6 ± 2
Max cure time ASTM D2471 Min 22 ± 2 16 ± 2 12 ± 2
Exothermic peak ASTM D2471 200 ± 10 210 ± 10 210 ± 10
Acid value ASTM D1639 mg KOH/gr 16 ± 2 16 ± 2 20 ± 2
Solid content ASTM D1259 % 58 ± 2 60 ± 2 62 ± 2
Viscosity (25 ℃) ISO 2555 Ford Cup 110 ± 10 95 ± 10 170 ± 10
Density ISO 1675 g/ml 1.08 ± 0.02 1.08 ± 0.02 1.11 ± 0.02
Shelf life .......... Months 3 3 3
Mechanical properties Test method Unit Value Value Value
Tensile strength 1 ISO 527-2/1A/2 Mpa 42 ± 5 42 ± 5 24 ± 5
Flexural strength 1 ISO 178 Mpa 120 ± 10 110 ± 10 90± 10
HDT 2 ISO 75-2/Method 1e 100 ± 5 90 ± 5 95 ± 5
Hardness 2 ASTM D2583 Barcol 40 ± 5 38 ± 5 40 ± 5
Water absorption ISO 62/Method 3 % 0.2 ± 0.02 0.29 ± 0.02

*0.5% Co 6% and 2 % MEKP to 100 g resin at 25 °C
**For fully cured resin : 0.25% Co 6% and 2 % MEKP to 100 g resin at 25 °C
  1. Curing schedule: 24 hrs at 25 °C,4 hrs at 90 °C
  2. Curing schedule: 24 hrs at 25 °C,4 hrs at 90 °C ,3 hrs at 120 °C


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