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ADDITOL® XL 255 N

Function: Dispersant & Wetting Agent
End Uses: Solventborne Coating, Solventless & High Solids Coating
Labeling Claims: APEO-free, Bio-based, Tin-free

Additol® XL 255 N is an electroneutral wetting agent and dispersing agent for pigments. It reduces flocculation in the case of all common organic and inorganic pigments used in air drying and stoving paint systems.

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D.E.R.™ 354

Chemical Family: Epoxy & Epoxy Derivatives, Bisphenol Epoxy Resins
End Uses: Solventless & High Solids Coating, Epoxy Adhesive & Sealant
Compatible Substrates & Surfaces: Composites
Features: Low Viscosity, Improved Flexibility

D.E.R.354 Liquid Epoxy Resin is a standard liquid epoxy resin based on the reaction products of bisphenol F and epichlorohydrin. D.E.R. 354 Liquid Epoxy Resin is an unmodified bisphenol F based liquid, low viscosity epoxy resin. It is compatible with common epoxy resins and can be blended with them in any ratio. It achieves a high degree of cure at ambient temperatures, providing improved resistance performance against solvents compared to standard bisphenol A liquid epoxy resins. D.E.R. 354 Epoxy Resin may be used alone but is more frequently used in combination with standard bisphenol A liquid epoxy resins such as D.E.R. 330 Resin or D.E.R.TM 331TM Resin. By using suitable combinations of bisphenol A and bisphenol F epoxy resins, not only is the viscosity reduced but the tendency to crystallize is almost eliminated. See the Dow technical bulletin, Crystallization of Liquid Epoxy Resins, Form No. 296-01652. A wide variety of curing agents is available to cure this resin at ambient conditions. Most frequently used are aliphatic polyamines, polyamides and modified versions of these. If anhydride or catalytic curing agents are employed, elevated temperature and long-post cures are required to develop full end properties.

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