UV – curable resins and dispersions

The process of radiation curing (UV curing) is a process of irradiating paintwork material, which comprises a photoinitiator, which breaks down into reactive radicals when exposed to intense UV radiation with a wavelength of 300-400 nm. The curing process takes places within a few seconds, which greatly expands the range of application of UV-curable coatings.

We offer you the products manufactured by Synthopol Chemie (Germany).

UV - curable resins and dispersions

DESIGNATIONAS-SUPPLIED STATEHYDROXYL NUMBER, MG KOH/GVISCOSITY, mPasAPPLICATIONPRODUCT ORDER
Polyester-acrylic resins
Syntholux 197 PE
Description 
Sample

100,00%approx. 7510000 – 30000Add to order

Syntholux 475 PE
Sample

100 %approx. 8013000 – 16000Add to order

Syntholux 1336 PE
Description 
Sample

85 % in HDDAapprox. 1502000 – 4000Add to order

Epoxy acrylic resins
Syntholux BHR 1890
Sample

85 % in DPGDAapprox. 1602000 – 6000Add to order

Syntholux 291 EA
Description 
Sample

80 % in TPGDA165 – 21023000 – 33000Add to order

Syntholux 1133 EA
Sample

75 % in TPGDA180 – 24010000 – 20000Add to order

Urethane acrylic resins
Syntholux 227 UA
Description 
Sample

65 % in НРМА2000 – 4000Add to order

Syntholux BR 2088
Sample

70 % in TPGDA10000 – 30000Add to order

Amino-modified polyester-acrylic resins
Syntholux 432 PAA
Description 
Sample

100,00%approx. 80200 – 500Add to order

Syntholux 745 PAA
Sample

100,00%20 – 60100 – 200Add to order

Non-amino-modified polyester-acrylic resins
Syntholux 1066 PA
Sample

100,00%approx. 150300 – 800Add to order

Acrylic resins
Syntholux JB 1041
Sample

150 – 190150 – 1902000 – 7000Add to order

Aliphatic water-soluble polyurethane dispersions
Syntholux 1014 W
Sample

40 % in water10 – 300Add to order

Syntholux BW 1896
Sample

40 % in water10 – 300Add to order

Syntholux BW 1964
Description 
Sample

40 % in water10 – 300Add to order

Syntholux BW 1986
Sample

40 % in water10 – 300Add to order

Abbreviations: 
PC-coating,
DPGDA – dipropylene glycol diacrylate,
HDDA – hexanediol diacrylate,
TPGDA – tripropylene glycol diacrylate

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