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EBECRYL® 609

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by allnex
EBECRYL® 609 by allnex is a bisphenol A epoxy diacrylate oligomer diluted with 15% of butylacetate. It is characterized by its light color and medium viscosity. Films cured by UV or EB exhibit high gloss and high surface hardness and the excellent solvent resistance typical of an epoxy resin. EBECRYL® 609 is recommended for use in overprint varnishes, lithographic and screen inks, paper upgrading, coatings for paper, paperboard, wood chipboard and rigid plastics, fast cure coatings, wood sealers and top coats.
Product Type
Acrylates / Methacrylates Oligomers > Epoxy (Meth-)acrylics
Chemical Composition
Bisphenol A epoxy diacrylate
Physical Form
Liquid
Appearance
Clear
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Geographical Availability
Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Central Asia, Western Europe
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Inks > Varnishes / Over print varnish
  • Inks > Lithographic and Offset Inks
  • Inks > Screen inks
  • Coatings Markets > Wood & Furniture Coatings > Sealers / Fillers
  • Coatings Markets > Plastic coating
  • Coatings Markets > Other industries > Paper coatings

EBECRYL® 609 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Viscosity
3250 mPa-s
(At 25°C. Hoppler Viscometer)
Color
< 2
Density
0.995 g/cm3
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