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Sartomer Offers Adhesion Polymer for UV Curable Coatings & Inks

Published on 2017-08-03. Author : SpecialChem

Sartomer's PRO22019 is a new polyester acrylate specifically developed to provide enhanced adhesion on to a wide variety of plastic substrates.

Sartomer Europe Offers PRO22019, Adhesion Polymer for UV Curable Coatings & Inks
Sartomer Europe Offers PRO22019, Adhesion Polymer
for UV Curable Coatings & Inks

Polyester Acrylate for Plastics

The composition of PRO22019 allows the customer to formulate UV curable inks and coatings which meet the current regulatory standards applying to the food packaging sector.

Stringent regulatory constraints apply to certain sectors of the UV industry, in particular relating to the use of UV inks and coatings for food packaging. It is therefore necessary for the formulator to address this aspect as well as the fundamental requirements for high adhesion, reactivity and surface hardness.


The new PRO22019 offers:

  • Excellent adhesion to a wide range of plastic substrates
  • Superior cure response with both UV and LED systems
  • Hard cured films demonstrating improved scratch resistance
  • Low yellowing
  • Full compliance towards existing food packaging regulations for the formulation of high performance UV curable inks and coatings.

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Source: Sartomer Europe
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