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EBECRYL® 1291 is a hexafunctional aliphatic urethane acrylate that does not contain any intentionally added organic tin compounds, heavy metals*, hydroquinone (HQ) or methyl ether of hydroquinone (MEHQ). It exhibits very fast cure response when exposed to ultraviolet light (UV) or electron beam (EB). Cured films of EBECRYL® 1291 demonstrate outstanding hardness, scratch and abrasion resistance, chemical resistance, and are resistant to yellowing.
Asia except China; Australia & New Zealand; Europe, Middle East and Africa; Greater China; Latin America; North America
Automotive OEM; Specialty Coatings; Vehicle Refinish; Packaging Coatings & Inks; Industrial Wood; Personal Care
Paint & Coatings; Performance Applications
Radiation curable resins
Suitable for Screen & Gravure inks
Faster cycle time
Low temperature curing
Lower energy consumption
No or low flammability
Suitable for flexography inks
Suitable for over print varnishes (OPV)
Final Product Advantages
High gloss potential
Improved scratch resistance
BPA- Bis Phenol A free
Reducing energy consumption, lower carbon foot print