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Cytec Introduces Durable Water-borne Acrylic Modified Alkyd Resin RESYDROL™ AY 6705

Published on 2011-09-23. Author : SpecialChem

BRUSSLES -- RESYDROL™ AY 6705 water-borne acrylic modified alkyd resin (44% solid content) formulated by Cytec Industries Inc. extends durability with its outstanding penetration for timber substrates. It is therefore an excellent choice for feeding and protecting exterior wood stains and timber decking. Its quick drying time and affinity for timber with varying degrees of tannin content promotes fast and easy recoating.

This hybrid system captures the sought after properties of both alkyds and acrylics, allowing customers to enjoy the best of both worlds. Its durability is further strengthened by its improved UV (ultra-violet) resistance. This low VOC (volatile organic compound) resin doesn't peel or flake and that spells easy repair and refurbishment.

Pioneering Sustainable Change

Cytec Coating Resins are among the pioneers in the development and production of high performance coating solutions. Their line of coating resins and additives allows their customers to create sustainable change for the industries they serve.

About Cytec Industries

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 us 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, chemical intermediates, electronics, inks, mining and plastics.

Source: Cytec Industries


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