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ROSKYDAL® 300/1 by allnex is unsaturated wax-free polyester resin. Exhibits toughness and flexibility. ROSKYDAL® 300/1 is used in the formulation of clear and pigmented UV-curing top coats with very... view more
ROSKYDAL® 500 A by allnex is a wax-free unsaturated polyester resin. It cures to yield hard, scratch-resistant films for brilliant high-gloss or matt finishes with good chemical resistance. Exhibits... view more
ROSKYDAL® 502 BA by allnex is a highly-reactive, styrene-free, wax-free unsaturated polyester resin which cures to yield hard films. It can be conventional- or UV radiation- cured. Exhibits good... view more
ROSKYDAL® 550 by allnex is an unsaturated polyester resin (gloss polyester). Exhibits medium reactivity and flexibility. It helps in flexibilisation of conventional- and UV-curing paraffin-free and... view more
ROSKYDAL® 620 by allnex is a highly reactive, unsaturated polyester resin (wax-free) which cures to hard films. It is used as a binder for highly filled primer surfacers, e.g. knifing and spray... view more
ROSKYDAL® 850 W by allnex is a water-reducible, wax-free, solvent and monomer-free unsaturated polyester resin that can be cured by conventional or UV methods. The resultant films are hard with... view more
ROSKYDAL® E 65 by allnex is an unsaturated polyester resin. It improves sanding properties. It is used as a flexibilizing resin for wax-free polyester and amine-accelerated resins used in the... view more
ROSKYDAL® E 70 by allnex is a highly flexible, unsaturated polyester resin containing paraffin-wax. It is used as a flexibilizing resin for wax-free polyester, UV-curing styrene systems. It improves... view more
ROSKYDAL® F 8100 by allnex is an unsaturated polyester resin with good reactivity, fast curing and low greening. Exhibits good transparency, leveling and excellent sandability. Suitable for clear... view more
ROSKYDAL® K 14 M by allnex is an amine-accelerated unsaturated polyester resin of high reactivity. It is cold curing, even around 0°C and yields pale, hard polymers. ROSKYDAL® K 14 M is a binder for... view more
ROSKYDAL® K 27/1 by allnex is amine-accelerated unsaturated polyester resin. Exhibits high reactivity which is cold curing, even around 0°C and yields pale hard polymers. ROSKYDAL® K 27/1 is used in... view more
ROSKYDAL® K 30 by allnex is highly reactive, amine-accelerated unsaturated polyester resin. It is cold curing, even around 0°C and yields polymers of medium hardness. It is binder for highly filled... view more
ROSKYDAL® K 36 by allnex is amine-accelerated, unsaturated polyester resin. Offers high reactivity and low viscosity. It is cold-curing, even around 0°C, and forms polymers of medium flexibility. It... view more
ROSKYDAL® K 40 T by allnex is an unsaturated polyester resin of high reactivity and latent thixotropy. It is cold-curing, even around 0°C, and yields polymers of medium flexibility. ROSKYDAL® K 40 T... view more
ROSKYDAL® K 45 by allnex is an amine-accelerated, unsaturated polyester resin of high reactivity which is cold curing, even around 0°C. It yields polymers of medium hardness. ROSKYDAL® K 45 is a... view more
ROSKYDAL® K 58 by allnex is highly reactive unsaturated polyester resin with very good storage stability. It is cold-curing, even around 0°C, and yields polymers of medium flexibility. ROSKYDAL® K... view more
ROSKYDAL® K 65 by allnex is amine-accelerated unsaturated polyester resin. It shows high reactivity which is cold-curing, even around 0°C, and yields highly flexible polymers. ROSKYDAL® K 65 by... view more
ROSKYDAL® K 68 by allnex is amine-accelerated, unsaturated polyester resin of medium reactivity. It is cold-curing, even at 0°C, and yields highly flexible polymers. ROSKYDAL® K 68 by allnex is used... view more
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