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Sun Chemical at ECS 2017: Launched Eco-friendly Acrylic Polyol Resin

Published on 2017-04-10. Author : SpecialChem

NUREMBERG, Germany -- During the European Coatings SHOW 2017, Sun Chemical had launched new BURNOCK® AC 2530 polyol resin for air dry curing systems/chemistries developed by DIC.

New Acrylic Polyol for Air Dry Melamine Technology

Sun Chemical

  • The polyol provides the same performance properties widely desired from a stoving system to an air dry system
  • There are no baking ovens required and no pot-life limitations with the BURNOCK AC 2530 polyol 
  • Provides the same durability as heat-cured systems

Eco-friendly Acrylic Resin

BURNOCK AC 2530 is yet another example of Sun Chemical and DIC Corporation’s commitment to bringing our customers high quality solutions that improve production processes,” said Mike Venturini, Marketing Director, Coatings, Sun Chemical. “Stoving processes are the standard for OEM applications for durability, scratch and chemical resistance, but it is challenging for large parts and temperature sensitive substrates to be stoved. The cost of energy to bake a paint at high temperatures is enormous. Our new polyol technology brings stoving performance to an air dry system, delivering our customers an environmentally friendly, durable and reliable acrylic resin to their coatings.

BURNOCK AC 2530 acrylic polyols allows for on-site repair or maintenance coatings and means less capital for starting an assembly line.

About Sun Chemical

Sun Chemical, a member of the DIC group, is one of the leading producers of printing inks, coatings and supplies, pigments, polymers, liquid compounds, solid compounds, and application materials. Together with DIC, Sun Chemical has annual sales of more than $7.5 billion and over 20,000 employees supporting customers around the world.

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Source: Sun Chemical
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