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EBECRYL® 524 is an acid-modified polyester diluted 30% by weight with the reactive diluent 1,6-hexanediol diacrylate (HDODA)(1). It is used as the primary or modifying oligomer in UV or EB curable formulations to increase adhesion to a variety of substrates including paper, plastics and metal. It is recommended for: laminating adhesives, particularly between paper/aluminum, paper/LDPE, paper/polypropylene and aluminum/LDPE, primer coatings on metal, metallization receptive coatings on plastics, and improving intercoat adhesion.
Asia except China; Australia & New Zealand; Europe, Middle East and Africa; Greater China; Latin America; North America
Industrial Wood; Packaging Coatings & Inks; Specialty Coatings; Adhesives
Paint & Coatings; Performance Applications
Radiation curable additives
Faster cycle time
Low temperature curing
Lower energy consumption
No or low flammability
Final Product Advantages
Higher adhesion to plastics
Low color for clearcoat
BPA- Bis Phenol A free
Reducing energy consumption, lower carbon foot print