LAROMER UP 35 DLow yellowing, good chemical resistance and sanding properties.
Dispersions, Resins and Additives
LAROMER® energy curable resins
LAROMER oligomers and reactive diluents are used in various applications and industries such as printing and packaging, adhesives, transportation and industrial coatings, furniture and flooring, electronics, and special applications. BASF offers a broad portfolio of high quality, high functionality oligomers and monomers for a wide range of formulation requirements.
Key features and benefits
- Faster curing rates over conventional drying techniques
- Low thermal stressing on substrates
- Good adhesion to a wide range of substrates
- Low energy consumption
- High scratch and chemical resistance
- Reduces the use of volatile organic solvents
- Automotive coatings
- Furniture and wood coatings
- Industrial coatings
- Overprint varnish (OPV)
- Paper and paperboard
2LAROMER PE 55 FWell balanced properties, leads to a tough film.
3LAROMER LR 8863A polyether-modified acrylate oligomer for the formulation of energy curable printing inks and coatings for wood, wood products, paper, and plastic applications.
4LAROMER PR 9000Dual-cure resin that combines the advantages of rapid, UV light-initiated polymerization of acrylic ester groups with the UV light-independent polyaddition of the isocyanate groups. By combining two different cross-linking mechanisms within a single molecule, LAROMER PR 9000 provides highly scratch-resistant automotive coatings.
5LAROMER PO 9026Unique polyether containing acrylate UV resin with 50% nanosilica particles that offers excellent scratch resistance and good chemical resistance and hardness. LAROMER PO 9026 provides good compatibility to other UV monomers and good adhesion to plastic substrates such as polycarbonate.
6LAROMER UP 9118A UV-curable resin developed for cost-effective coatings. It is suitable for use in many furniture and flooring applications. This BPA-free resin is easy to matte and has high chemical resistance properties.
7LAROMER PR 9119The substitution of bisphenol A (BPA) in coatings is already required for several applications and will become increasingly important in the future. LAROMER PR 9119 achieves performance levels comparable to conventional epoxy acrylates –offering a powerful alternative to BPA-based coatings.
8LAROMER TMPTAAn acrylic acid ester that is used as a reactive monomer in energy curable coatings, inks, and overprint varnishes. It contains three polymerizable acrylate groups per molecule, which enables it to form copolymers.