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EBECRYL® 1271 is a difunctional aliphatic urethane acrylate that does not contain any intentionally added organic tin compounds, heavy metals*, hydroquinone (HQ) or methyl ether of hydroquinone (MEHQ). (Please note that quinones are present in many raw materials, so the overall quinone content is reduced, but not zero in EBECRYL® 1271.) Films of EBECRYL® 1271 cured by ultraviolet light (UV) or electron beam (EB) exhibit good flexibility, adhesion, abrasion resistance, exterior durability, and are resistant to yellowing.
Asia except China; Australia & New Zealand; Europe, Middle East and Africa; Greater China; Latin America; North America
Specialty Coatings; Industrial Wood; Industrial Metal; Packaging Coatings & Inks; Personal Care
Paint & Coatings; Performance Applications
Radiation curable resins
Faster cycle time
Low temperature curing
Lower energy consumption
No or low flammability
Final Product Advantages
High gloss potential
Improved outdoor durability
BPA- Bis Phenol A free
Reducing energy consumption, lower carbon foot print