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Cytec Announces Formaldehyde-Free Crosslinking Resin that Offers Extraordinary Durability

Published on 2005-03-21. Author : SpecialChem

West Paterson, New Jersey -- Cytec Industries Inc. introduced CYLINK® 2000 crosslinking agent, a formaldehyde-free resin that is ideal for applications requiring exterior durability and acid etch resistance.

The new, carbamate functional resin is recommended for high-quality, solvent-borne and water-borne thermosetting finishes. It is ideal for automotive topcoats, exterior can varnishes, electrodeposition coatings, coil coatings and similar applications.

CYLINK 2000 crosslinking agent may be employed as the sole crosslinker in a formulation, or it may be used in combination with other crosslinkers in order to obtain an optimum balance of properties. Hybrid systems that contain blends of CYLINK 2000 crosslinking agent with aminoplast crosslinking agents can yield films that offer the advantages of both urethane and traditional acid-cure finishes.

In addition, CYLINK 2000 crosslinking agent does not contain or emit formaldehyde.

Corporate Profile

Cytec Industries is a specialty chemicals and materials technology company with pro forma sales in 2004, including the Surface Specialties acquisition, of approximately $3.0 billion. Its growth strategies are based on developing technologically advanced customer solutions for global markets including: aerospace, coatings, mining, plastics and water treatment.

Source: Cytec Industries

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