jER™ Epoxy YX7110

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jER™ YX7110 is a tough and flexible liquid-type epoxy resin. It can be used as an impact modifier for brittle materials, as an additive to increase impact resistance, and for stress relaxation to avoid cracking and warpage. jER™ YX7110 is an adduct formed from the reaction of epichlorohydrin and an aliphatic and aromatic polyol.

Features

  • Adduct formed from the reaction of epichlorohydrin and an aliphatic and aromatic polyol
  • Crack and impact resistance
  • Excellent flexibility and elasticity
  • High viscosity
  • Low warpage
  • Maintains flexibility even after full-curing

Applications

  • Coatings
  • Adhesives
  • Composites
  • Potting and encapsulation materials
  • Base film/sheet for wearable devices

*jER™ is provided by Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, a member of the Mitsubishi Chemical Group.

Polymer NameEpoxy Resins & Compounds

FunctionsAdhesion Promoter, Binder & Resin, Coupling Agent, Impact Modifier, Resin, Resins, Binders & Matrix Materials

Chemical FamilyEpoxy & Epoxy Derivatives

Knowde Enhanced TDS

Identification & Functionality

Plastics & Elastomers Functions
Molecular Structure

Mitsubishi Chemical jER YX7110 Molecular Structure

Features & Benefits

Features
  • Highly adhesive to metal, porcelain, concrete
  • Excellent insulation property
  • High heat resistance
  • High chemical resistance
  • High water resistance
Product Highlights
  • Keep flexibility even after full-curing
  • Tough & stretchable

Applications & Uses

Cure Method
Coating Type
Plastics & Elastomers End Uses
Recommended Uses & Known Applications
  • jER™ YX7110 is a liquid-type epoxy resin with flexible properties that increases the impact resistance of e.g. coatings, adhesives, composites and potting & encapsulation materials.
  • Additives for stress relaxation (to avoid cracking, warpage)
  • Impact modifier for brittle materials
  • Base film/sheet for wearable devices

Properties

Physical Form
Appearance
Colorless semi-solid
Physical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Density (25°C)1.2Kg/m3Volumetric
Viscosity (at 50°C)2700PBrookfield Viscometer
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Epoxy Equivalent Weight (WPE)800 - 1200g/eqPotentiometric Titration
SAP Chloridemax. 50ppmPotentiometric Titration
Total Chlorine Content500ppm
Properties Formulation

  Value Unit Method
jER™ YX7110 100 phr  
Bisphenol A Novolac 25 phr  
2-Ethyl-4-methylimidazole 0.05 phr  
Curing condition

170°C / 1hr +180°C / 1hr

   
Cured State Properties
Tg 25 °C

Thermomechanical Analysis

Td5 342 °C

Thermogravimetry-Differential, Thermal Analysis (Heating rate: 10°C/min, in air)

Tensile Modulus 6.8 MPa Autograph
Tensile Strength 12.3 MPa Autograph
Tensile Elongation 234 MPa Autograph

Technical Details & Test Data

Typical Reactions with Representative Hardeners

jER™ Epoxy YX7110 - Typical Reactions With Representative Hardeners

Typical Reactions with Self Polymerization

jER™ Epoxy YX7110 - Typical Reactions With Self Polymerization

Selection of Hardeners

Appropriate choice of Hardener for a desired curing temperature

jER™ Epoxy YX7110 - Selection of Hardeners

General Ways to Use Epoxy
  • Epoxy resin forms 3D crosslinked network structure
  • Abundant choices of Epoxy/Hardener combination


 jER™ Epoxy YX7110 - General Ways To Use Epoxy

Packaging & Availability

Packaging Type
Packaging Information
Metal can with 18 kg net

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
3 months
Storage and Handling

Carefully read the SDS before using, handling, transporting, storing or disposing. jER™ YX7110 should be stored in tightly closed containers under exclusion of humidity at gentle temperatures. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight. Under these storage conditions the product has a minimum shelf life of three months from date of delivery.