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Technical Datasheet | Supplied by allnex
EBECRYL® 1608 by allnex is diacrylate ester of bisphenol A epoxy resin diluted with 20% of oligotriacrylate. This resin is characterized by its low odor, light color, low irritancy and very fast cure response. Films of EBECRYL® 1608 cured by exposure to ultraviolet light (UV) or electron beam (EB) exhibit high surface hardness and gloss, low residual odor and excellent solvent resistance. It is applied by lithographic, screen, gravure, direct or reverse roll and curtain coating methods. Recommended for use in overprint varnishes, lithographic & screen inks, coatings on wood, cardboard, chipboard, paper & rigid plastics, paper upgrading, and coatings where low residual odor is required. The shelf life of the product is 2 years.
Product Type
Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers > Epoxy Acrylics
Chemical Composition
Diacrylate ester of bisphenol A epoxy resin
Product Status
Geographical Availability
Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Central Asia, Western Europe
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Coatings > UV / Radiation Curing
  • Inks > Lithographic and Offset Inks
  • Inks > Screen inks
  • Inks > Varnishes / Over print varnish
  • Coatings Markets > Other industries > Paper coatings
  • Coatings Markets > Wood & Furniture Coatings

EBECRYL® 1608 Properties


Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
1000 mPa-s
(At 60°C. Höppler Viscometer)
Color, Gardner
< 2
Acid Value
< 2 mg KOH/g
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