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

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