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NIKANOL® Y-1000

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Fudow Company
NIKANOL® Y-1000 by Fudow (a group company of Mitsubishi Gas Chemical) acts as an adhesion promoter or bonding agent. It is a low viscosity, straight type oligomer provided by m-xylene and formaldehyde. Offers stickiness, tackiness, initial adhesion, flexibility, wettability and damping property. Provides electrical resistance and insulation as well as good resistance to water, moisture, corrosion and alkali. Compatible with alkyd & terpene resins, asphalt, coal tar, liquid NBR and chlorinated rubber, polystyrene, chlorinated PP and PE. It is also compatible with styrenic co-polymers, epoxy & phenolic resin, rosin, PU, vegetable oils, PVC & PVC plasticizers, acrylic polymers, nitro cellulose and benzyl cellulose. NIKANOL® Y-1000 is suggested for ambient and heat cure type epoxy paints.
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NIKANOL® Y-1000
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Fudow Company
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Product Type
Adhesion Promoters / Bonding Agents
Chemical Composition
Xylene formaldehyde resin
Physical Form
Liquid
Appearance
Yellow, Sticky
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Coatings
  • Resins > Epoxies

NIKANOL® Y-1000 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Molecular Weight
470
Specific Gravity
1.045
(At 20°C)
Viscosity
500 - 1500 mPa-s
(At 20°C)
JIS K6833-1

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