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Cytec to Promote its UV/EB Energy Curable Technologies for Coatings at RadTech UV&EB 2012

Published on 2012-04-25. Author : SpecialChem

WOODLAND PARK, NJ -- Cytec Industries Inc. announced its plans to participate and exhibit at RadTech UV&EB 2012 taking place in Chicago, IL April 30 - May 2.

Cytec's Coating Resins business will also be exhibiting and presenting papers to promote its UV/EB Radcure energy curable technologies. During this event, Cytec will be sharing information on recently commercialized products including EBECRYL® 411 energy curable resin which is specifically formulated for low viscosity Flexo inks and coatings and EBECRYL® 8110 a new modifier resin for easy removal of fingerprints. Cytec will be presenting on four topics at RadTech 2012 which include:

  • Suitability of Energy Curable Oligomers and Monomers as Encapsulants in Photovoltaic Modules, Jon Shaw
  • Energy Curable Acrylates for Indirect Food Packaging Applications, Marc Heylen
  • Water-based Radiation Curable Emulsions Open New Horizons for Hard Coats, Michel Tielemans
  • Global Market View of UV Curable Field Applied Flooring, Rick Mackiewicz

Cytec Coating Resins businesses are pioneers in the development and production of high performance coating solutions.

About Cytec

Cytec's vision is to deliver specialty chemicals and materials technologies beyond their customers' imagination. Their focus on innovation, advanced technology and application expertise enables them to develop, manufacture and sell products that change the way their customers do business. These pioneering products perform specific and important functions for their customers, enabling them to offer innovative solutions to the industries that they serve. Their products serve a diverse range of end markets including aerospace composites, structural adhesives, automotive and industrial coatings, electronics, inks, mining and plastics.

Source: Cytec


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