EBECRYL® 8402 is a radiation-curable coating designed for various sectors, including automotive and transportation, paints and coatings, and printing and packaging. This product is solvent-free and voc-free, aligning with environmentally conscious practices. Tailored applications encompass automotive OEM coatings, coatings and finishes in transportation, and packaging coatings, among others. With versatile application methods like curtain coating, dip coating, gravure coating, roller, and slot-die, it presents as a clear liquid ready for radiation cure.

Chemical Family: Urethane Acrylates

End Uses: Radiation Curable Coating

Glass Transition Temperature (Tg): 14.0 - 14.0 °C

Features: Faster Cycle Time, Improved Flexibility, Long Potlife, Low Energy Consumption, Low Temperature-Curing

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Suggested Applications

Formulated UV/EB curable products containing EBECRYL® 8402 may be applied via direct or reverse roll, offset gravure, metering rod, slot die, knife over roll, airknife, curtain, immersion and spin coating methods, as well as flexographic and screen printing.

EBECRYL® 8402 is recommended for use in:
  • Coatings for wood
  • Coatings for plastics
  • Flexographic inks
  • Screen inks
  • Exterior durable coatings


Physical Form
Clear liquid
Compatible Substrates
Physical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Functionality (Theoretical)2
Oligomer100% wt
Density (25°C)1.12g/ml
Viscosity (25°C)15000cP/mPa·s
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Colormax. 1Gardner
Viscosity (65.5°C)450-650cP/mPa·s
Cured Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Glass Transition Temperature14°C
Tensile Strength3350 (23)psi (MPa)
Young's Modulus14000 (97)psi (MPa)
Elongation at Break50%

Packaging & Availability

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