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Coatings Ingredients
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Coatings Ingredients
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Incorez
Aldirez™ A by Incorez acts as bis-aldimine-based cure accelerator to replace/ reduce metal catalysts. It is suitable for use with both aromatic and aliphatic prepolymers. Designed for moisture cure... view more
Aldirez™ BH by Incorez is aldimine latent curing agent that hydrolyzes on exposure to moisture, yielding a reactive amine crosslinker and benzaldehyde. It is designed for one component PU systems... view more
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Amirez® 142 by Incorez is a reactive emulsified water-borne polyamine curing agent for either liquid or emulsified epoxy resins. It yields a tough, durable, high gloss coating suitable for floor and... view more
Amirez® 148/010 by Incorez is a water-soluble reactive curing agent based on polyamine adduct. It has long pot life, low viscosity and high solids. It will emulsify most liquid epoxy resins. It has... view more
Amirez® 148/024 is a reactive water soluble polyamine adduct curing agent by Incorez. Shows fast cure at ambient and low temperature. It provides excellent gloss retention and chemical resistance... view more
Amirez® 148/055 by Incorez is a water soluble polyamine curing agent. It is designed to produce very tough and durable high gloss water-based surface coatings with both liquid and solid epoxy... view more
Dispurez® 101 by Incorez is an anionic, high Tg, hard, crystalline, water-borne, aliphatic polycarbonate type polyurethane dispersion. Shows rapid hardness development once dry. Suitable for clear... view more
Dispurez® 101A by Incorez is a hard, anionic, modified polycarbonate type polyurethane acrylic dispersion. Designed for excellent pigment compatibility and tough coatings with good durability. Films... view more
Dispurez® 102 by Incorez is a flexible, TEA-free, toughened, self-crosslinking, anionic, modified polycarbonate type polyurethane dispersion. Offers excellent optical clarity as well as mar... view more
Dispurez® 103 by Incorez is an anionic, flexible, toughened polyurethane dispersion. Offers excellent optical clarity and good block resistance. Suitable for durable rigid plastics and flexible... view more
Dispurez® 201 by Incorez is a VOC free, non-crystalline water-borne, anionic, polyester type polyurethane dispersion. It is soft and flexible with good impact resistance and low temperature... view more
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Incozol® 2 by Incorez acts as an effective moisture scavenger and drying agent based on mono-oxazolidine. It is ideal for use in two component aliphatic, clear polyurethane coatings and polyaspartic... view more
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Incozol® 4 by Incorez is bis-oxazolidine latent hardener for high-build coatings without carbon dioxide gassing. It hydrolyzes on exposure to moisture, yielding a reactive amine and hydroxyl... view more
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Incozol® EH by Incorez is urethane bis-oxazolidine-based latent hardener. It accelerates the cure of one component polyurethane coatings without the addition of metal catalysts. It enhances... view more
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Incozol® LV by Incorez is a low viscosity latent hardener and reactive diluent based on bis-oxazolidine. It can be used as a bi- or tetra-functional curing agent, enabling greater formulation... view more
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IPDI based polyurethane/ polyether prepolymer. Incorez 701 is a 100 % solid, flexible pre-polymer, which is non yellowing and over-paint-able. Exhibits curing by direct contact with atmospheric... view more
Polyamine adduct. It acts as a curing agent for liquid epoxy resins. It exhibits zero VOC, low viscosity, very low odor, low color and no emulsifiers. Used in waterborne self levelling floor... view more
IPDI based polyurethane/ polycarbonate prepolymer. Incorez 705 is an aliphatic, flexible pre-polymer. Exhibits curing by direct contact with atmospheric moisture, or more often by use of an... view more
Aqueous urethane-acrylic hybrid dispersion. Incorez W2205 is a hard polymer with good balance of chemical-, physical-, and abrasion resistance properties. It acts as a film forming agent at ambient... view more
Aqueous aliphatic urethane-acrylic hybrid dispersion. Incorez W2605 is hard yet flexible with excellent alcohol-, abrasion-, chemical- and water resistance. It acts as a film forming agent at low... view more
Polyurethane dispersion. Incorez W830/074 is a hard yet flexible system. It acts as a good chip/ abrasion resistance additive. It exhibits good compatibility with acrylic emulsions. It is both... view more
Polyurethane dispersion. Incorez W830/092 is a flexible system with modified polycarbonate backbone. It acts as an adhesion promoter. It exhibits excellent corrosion resistance. It is both... view more
NMP containing aliphatic polyurethane dispersion. Incorez W830/140 is a universal grade with excellent balance of properties. It acts as a water repellant with a polycarbonate backbone. It exhibits... view more
NMP containing high performance aliphatic polyurethane dispersion. Incorez W830/256 acts as a self-cross-linking agent with a polycarbonate backbone. Exhibits excellent chemical, physical and UV... view more
Polyurethane dispersion. Incorez W830/364 acts as a film former and a water repellant with a polyester backbone. Exhibits excellent alcohol, water and SKYDROL resistance properties. Also exhibits... view more
Polyurethane dispersion. Incorez W835/092 is a tough, hard and a flexible polymer. It acts as a film forming agent and an adhesion promoter. Exhibits superior performance with the added benefit of... view more
Polyurethane dispersion. Incorez W835/140 is a tough, hard and a flexible polymer. It acts as a film forming agent and a wetting agent. Exhibits superior performance with the added benefit of low... view more
Polyurethane dispersion. Incorez W835/177 is co-solvent free and acts as an adhesion promoter. It is exempt of hazard classification and allows chemists to formulate zero VOC coatings in order to... view more
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