EBECRYL® 305 is designed for electron beam (EB) and ultraviolet (UV)--cured flexographic inks, and excels in providing excellent adhesion across a broad spectrum of plastic substrates. Developed with a specific focus on achieving strong adhesion to polyolefin substrates, including uncoated polypropylene. EBECRYL® 305 is capable of being utilized as the primary component of the pigment concentrate and as a diluent component. Notable features include a faster cycle time, long pot life, low energy consumption, and low-temperature curing, making it a reliable choice for ink formulations with a focus on efficiency and adhesion to challenging plastic substrates.

End Uses: Flexography Ink, Gravure Ink, Radiation Curable Coating, Screen Printing Ink, Varnishes

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Identification & Functionality

CASE Ingredients Functions

Features & Benefits

Applications & Uses

Application Method
Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
Cure Method
Suggested Applications

Formulated UV/EB curable products containing EBECRYL® 305 may also be applied by lithographic, screen, gravure, direct or reverse roll, and curtain coatingmethods.

EBECRYL® 305 is recommended for use in:
  • Flexographic inks and coatings with adhesion to plastic substrates
  • Applications requiring improved adhesion to polypropylene or polyethylene.


Physical Form
Clear liquid
Physical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Colormax. 2Gardner
TMPTAapprox. 58% wt
Density (25°C)1.1g/ml
Viscosity (25°C)approx. 7000cP/mPa·s

Safety & Health

Before using EBECRYL® 305, see the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for information on the identified hazards of the material and the recommended personal protective equipment and procedures.

Packaging & Availability

Country Availability
Regional Availability
  • Africa
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • Middle East
  • North America

Storage & Handling

Storage and Handling
Care should be taken not to expose the product to high temperature condition direct sunlight, ignition sources, oxidizing agents, alkalis or acids. This might cause uncontrollable polymerization of the product with the generation of heat. Storage and handling should be in stainless steel, amber glass, amber polyethylene or baked phenolic lined containers. Procedures that remove or displace oxygen from the material should be avoided. Do not store this material under an oxygen free atmosphere. Dry air is recommended to displace material removed from the container. Wash thoroughly after handling. Keep container tightly closed. Use with adequate ventilation. See the SDS for the recommended storage temperature range for EBECRYL 305. Please refer to the allnex Guide to Safety and Handling of Acrylate Oligomers and Monomers for additional information on the safe handling of acrylates.