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allnex Launches UV-curable PUD for Wood Coatings

Published on 2017-11-09. Author : SpecialChem

allnex has announced the launch of its new cost-effective UCECOAT® 2501 developed for the wood flooring and furniture application.

UV-curable Polyurethane Dispersion

allnex wood paint
allnex Launches UV-curable PUD for Wood Coatings
UCECOAT® 2501 acts as a Tin-, VOC-free aliphatic “Building Block” for waterborne UV formulations.


  • As a standalone, this milky-white product shows good overall properties for a UV PUD of this price range, especially for coffee and chemical resistance in clear applications, as well as adhesion and wood wetting. 
  • UCECOAT® 2501 offers outstanding compatibility with waterborne acrylics and hybrids available on the market, allowing formulators to upgrade the performance of their acrylic based paints
  • It is an excellent blending partner for higher performance UV PUDs

UCECOAT® 2501 was primarily aimed at applications such as wood and furniture, and it adheres well to a wide variety of rigid plastic substrates and glass.

Key benefits and features of UCECOAT® 2501 include:

  • Outstanding compatibility with a large range of waterborne acrylics and hybrids
  • Tack-free before cure
  • Good water release
  • Good Anfeuerung
  • Excellent stability
  • Good adhesion to wood, glass and plastics 

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Source: allnex
1 Comments on "allnex Launches UV-curable PUD for Wood Coatings"
Khiet L Nov 9, 2017
It's good news as water based resin is lunched. There is no info on indicating price and market available.

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