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EBECRYL® 7110 is an acrylated amine primarily used as a hydrogen donor, or photoactivator, in ultraviolet light (UV) curable coatings and inks. When used in formulations in combination with a photosensitizer (e.g. benzophenone), EBECRYL® 7110 provides rapid UV cure response in air by mitigating the effects of oxygen inhibition at the coating or ink surface. Unlike conventional tertiary amines such as N-methyldiethanolamine, this product reacts to become part of the UV cured polymer, resulting in lower residual odor and improved moisture resistance. It also promotes adhesion to plastic substrates and lowers viscosity when used as a primary component in UV adhesives and coatings.
Latin America; North America
Packaging Coatings & Inks
Paint & Coatings
Radiation curable additives
Suitable for flexography inks
Suitable for inkjet inks
Suitable for over print varnishes (OPV)
Faster cycle time
Low temperature curing
Lower energy consumption
No or low flammability
Final Product Advantages
High gloss potential
Higher adhesion to plastics
BPA- Bis Phenol A free
Reducing energy consumption, lower carbon foot print