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TPGDA

TPGDA (Tripropylene glycol diacrylate) is a difunctional reactive diluent with a branched alkyl polyether backbone. Polymerization occurs when TPGDA is exposed to sources of free radicals. It is widely used as a primary diluent in the formulation of ultraviolet light (UV) and electron beam (EB) energy curable coatings and inks.
Regions Asia except China; Australia & New Zealand; Europe, Middle East and Africa; Greater China; Latin America; North America
Product Group Monomers
Market Applications Industrial Wood; Packaging Coatings & Inks; Specialty Coatings; Automotive OEM; Composites Raw Materials
Segment Applications Paint & Coatings; Performance Applications
Chemistry Acrylate Monomers
Technology Radiation curable resins
Formulation Advantages Good compatibility
Long potlife
Application Advantages Suitable for inkjet inks
Suitable for flexography inks
Suitable for over print varnishes (OPV)
Faster cycle time
Long potlife
Low temperature curing
Lower energy consumption
No or low flammability
Final Product Advantages Improved flexibility
Good balance of properties
Green Attributes Solvent free
Reducing energy consumption, lower carbon foot print
Low/zero VOC