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Dytek® A

Chemical Name: 2-Methylpentamethylenediamine
Function: Corrosion Inhibitor, Buffers & pH Stabilizer, Curing & Hardening Agent
CAS Number: 15520-10-2
Chemical Family: Diamines

DYTEK® A amine (2-methylpentamine-1,5-diamine) is a methyl branched diamine with differential reactivity of each amine group that allows for crystallinity disruption in various applications such as high temperature nylon and polyamides, polyurethane chain extenders, and epoxy hardeners. It is also used in applications such as water treatment, corrosion inhibition, and metalworking fluids where amine functionality and pH control are important. DYTEK®A has 93% recycle content. It is also used in applications such as water treatment, corrosion inhibition,and metalworking fluids where amine functionality and pH control are important.DYTEK®A has 93% recycle content.

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Kuraray Poval™ 8-88

Polymer Name: Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVOH)
Function: Binder
Chemical Family: Vinyls, Vinylics & Vinyl Derivatives, Polyvinyl Alcohols & Esters

KURARAY POVAL™ 8-88 by Kuraray is a polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH) having varying degree of polymerization and hydrolysis. It is a water-soluble polymer manufactured by alcoholysis of polyvinyl acetate. It is notable for its good bonding strength and pigment binding capacity because PVAs have such good cohesion and good adhesion to fibers, fillers as well as pigments. KURARAY POVAL™ 8-88 is used in a similar manner as natural products such as casein as well as starch and its degraded derivatives (for example dextrin) as raw material for the production of aqueous adhesive solution. In comparison to dextrin and casein it has the advantage of a more uniform chemical structure and greater adhesion, being obtained with minimum raw material requirements. It features water-solubility, excellent film forming characteristics, high tensile strength and elasticity, as well as resistance against organic solvents and dispersing power. For the modification of aqueous adhesives its aqueous solution can be added to polymer emulsions already stabilized with polyvinyl alcohol which affects the extension of the open time, increase of the setting speed and influence on the rheology. It is biodegradable and recyclable. KURARAY POVAL™ 8-88 is used in producing silicon base paper that are further used as release paper for PSA labels and also in remoistenable adhesives which are employed mainly in the paper processing industry, films applications.

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D.E.R.™ 353

Chemical Family: Bisphenol Epoxy Resins, Epoxy & Epoxy Derivatives
End Uses: Epoxy Adhesive & Sealant
Compatible Substrates & Surfaces: Composites
Features: Low Viscosity, Improved Flexibility, Long Potlife

D.E.R.™ 353 Liquid Epoxy Resin is a mono-functional reactive diluent modified liquid epoxy resin. D.E.R. 353 Epoxy Resin is a C12-C14 aliphatic glycidyl ether modified bisphenol A/F based epoxy resin of low viscosity. The performance of D.E.R. 353 Liquid Epoxy Resin in ambient curing coating/flooring formulations is similar to that obtained with D.E.R. 324 Epoxy Resin. The tendency for D.E.R. 353 Epoxy Resin to crystallize, however, is much lower than for D.E.R. 324 Epoxy Resin. The enhanced crystallization resistance caused by the bisphenol A/F epoxy resin blend greatly improves the formulation stability, reduces the handling costs, and makes emptying drums easier. See the Dow technical bulletin, Crystallization of Liquid Epoxy Resins, Form No. 296-01652. The reactive diluent contained in D.E.R. 353 Epoxy Resin lowers both the viscosity and the surface tension of the resin compound which results in excellent surface wetting and adhesion. Moreover, the reactive diluent used in this resin formulation increases pot life as well as flexibility (impact resistance). Although the diluent reduces the solvent resistance somewhat versus regular unmodified bisphenol A epoxy resins, such as D.E.R.T 331Epoxy Resin, it improves the acid resistance. Compared to other C12-C14 aliphatic glycidyl ether modified epoxy resins such as D.E.R. 324 Epoxy Resin, an improved resistance against solvent has been demonstrated.

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