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Sartomer introduces wide variety of products at RadTech 2012



Published May 1, 2012
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Sartomer USA, LLC is featuring seven new products at RadTech 2012, including three new urethane acrylate oligomers.

These new products include:
• CN9029 – A urethane acrylate oligomer, CN9029 is ideal for wood, metal and plastic coatings and litho, flexo, screen and inkjet inks. It is ideal for applications requiring hardness, chemical resistance and low odor.
• CN9030 – A urethane acrylate oligomer, CN9030 is ideal for wood, metal, plastic and weatherable coatings and litho, screen and inkjet inks. It offers excellent flexibility, weatherability and corrosion resistance.
• CN9031 – A urethane acrylate oligomer, CN9031 is suggested for wood, metal, plastic and weatherable coatings and litho, screen and inkjet inks, as well as laminating adhesives. It offers excellent flexibility, weatherability and corrosion resistance.
• CN823 – An acrylic oligomer designed for wood, metal and plastic coatings, litho, flexo, inkjet and screen inks, laminating adhesives and stereography for electronics, CN823 provides low shrinkage, strong adhesion and is hydrophobic.
• CN9060 – An aliphatic urethane acrylate oligomer, CN9060 is designed for wood, metal and plastic coatings, and flexo, litho and screen inks. It is hydrophobic and low odor, and contains a high percentage of natural content.
• CN9062 – A Dual Care urethane acrylate oligomer, CN9062 has an OH value of 85 mg KOH/g, and utility in dual cure compositions. It provides excellent hardness and chemical resistance, and is suggested for wood, metal and plastic coatings, flexo, inkjet and screen inks, and stereography for electronics,
• SR217 – A cycloaliphatic acrylate monomer, SR217 has high Tg, low shrinkage, and is hydrophobic and weatherable. It is designed for metal, plastic and weatherable coatings; inkjet and screen inks; and pressure-sensitive and laminating adhesives.


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