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Tolonate™ X FLO 100 by Vencorex is an aliphatic isocyanate polymer based on Hexamethylene Diisocyanate (HDI). Acts as a crosslinking agent. Contains 25% bio-based renewable materials. It is of low viscosity. Designed to produce solvent-free polyurethane materials and/or to reduce volatile organic compounds (VOC) emissions of polyurethane formulations. It improves the flexibility, tensile strength and abrasion resistance of two pack polyurethane systems showing excellent outdoor durability. The backbone structure also improves the compatibility of the hardener part with hydrocarbon chains and hydrophobicity of the end material. It enables the use of the polyisocyanate as polymeric intermediate for resins synthesis like polyurethane acrylates for UV curable resins, cast elastomers and TPUs as an alternative to diisocyanate monomers. It can be used as a cross-linker of a wide range of hydroxylated polymers, notably polyesters, polyethers-polyesters and polyacrylates, in combination with more conventional aliphatic polyisocyanates (biuret or trimer types). Tolonate™ X FLO 100 is suitable for two component polyurethane and polyureas. Also recommended for solvent-free one-pack (1K) moisture-cured polyurethane coatings and varnishes.
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