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EBECRYL® 8210

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by allnex
EBECRYL® 8210 by allnex is a light color, aliphatic urethane acrylate. Exhibits low viscosity and high reactivity in UV light or electron beam (EB) curable coatings. Used in dual cure coating systems. Cured films demonstrate high hardness with good scratch, abrasion and chemical resistance. It contains primary hydroxyl groups that can be utilized for dual cure polymerization for instantaneous tack-free coating surfaces via UV or EB exposure. Provides high gloss, low yellowing and good adhesion. Formulated products containing EBECRYL® 8210 may be applied via direct or reverse roll, offset gravure, metering rod, slot die, knife over roll, air knife, curtain, immersion, spin and spray coating methods.
Product Type
Polyurethanes (PU) > PU-Prepolymers > Urethane Acrylates
Chemical Composition
Urethane Acrylate
Physical Form
Liquid
Appearance
Clear
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Geographical Availability
Africa, Asia / Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Central Asia, North America, South and Central America, Western Europe
Applications/ Recommended for
Coatings > UV / Radiation Curing

EBECRYL® 8210 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Acid Value
< 8 mg KOH/g
Color, Gardner
< 2
Viscosity
2750 - 5250 mPa-s
(At 25°C)
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