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Coatings Ingredients
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Coatings Ingredients
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Monobutyltin trichloride. Acts as a crosslinking accelerator. Used in the production of blocked isocyanates for urethane coatings that are used in the automotive OEM market. It is also used to... view more
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Dibutyltin diacetate. Acts as a crosslinking catalyst. Offers ease of processing, and can be used at temperatures up to 250°C. Used in the production of blocked isocyanates for urethane coatings... view more
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Dibutyltin oxide. Acts as a crosslinking catalyst. It is an active transesterification catalyst for methacrylate esters. It offers energy savings due to lower reaction temperatures, as well as more... view more
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Dibutyltin dilaurate. Acts as a crosslinking catalyst. It is insoluble in water and most common organic solvents. Is stable to hydrolysis but will hydrolyze in the presence of aqueous caustic at... view more
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Dibutyltin dichloride. Acts as a crosslinking accelerator. Insoluble in water and soluble in ether, benzene, alcohol, organic esters, and aliphatic hydrocarbons. In solution, it slowly hydrolyzes to... view more
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Dibutyltin bis(thioglyceride). Acts as a crosslinking catalyst. Works especially well where the coating needs long pot life, but will cure quickly at elevated temperatures such as a hot mold or... view more
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Proprietary butyltin mercaptide compound. Acts as a crosslinking accelerator. It may provide more of a delayed action cure compared to organotin carboxylates such as FASCAT 4202. Used in the curing... view more
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Dioctyltin oxide. Acts as a crosslinking catalyst. It is insoluble in water and most common organic solvents. It is an active transesterification catalyst for methacrylate esters. It offers energy... view more
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Dibutyltin oxide. Acts as a crosslinking catalyst. It is insoluble in water and most common organic solvents. It is an active transesterification catalyst for methacrylate esters. It offers energy... view more
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