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Coatings Ingredients
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Coatings Ingredients
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POLYSTAR
Polyamide. Acts as a curing agent. It is semi-solid and slow reacting... view more
POLYSTAR
Polyamide. Acts as a curing agent. It has standard medium viscosity and moderate reactivity... view more
POLYSTAR
Polyamide. Acts as a curing agent. It has low viscosity. Suitable for low VOC coatings... view more
POLYSTAR
Polyamide. Acts as a curing agent. It has low viscosity and less resilience. Suitable for low VOC coatings... view more
POLYSTAR
Modified polyamide. Acts as a curing agent. It has low viscosity. Suitable for high solids coatings and industrial flooring applications... view more
POLYSTAR
Modified aliphatic amine. Acts as a curing agent. It is fast curing... view more
Modified aliphatic amine. Acts as a curing agent. It has ambient temperature. Suitable for high quality floor chemical resistant coatings... view more
POLYSTAR
Modified aliphatic amine. Acts as a curing agent. Suitable for industrial coatings... view more
POLYSTAR
Modified aliphatic amine. Acts as a curing agent. It has long pot life. Suitable for high gloss coatings... view more
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Cycloapliphatic amine. Acts as a curing agent. It has low viscosity and moderate reactivity. It possesses good gloss, color stability and exhibits resistance to abrasion, moisture and chemical... view more
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Modified isophoronediamine amine. Acts as a curing agent. It exhibits improved chemical resistance. Suitable for industrial flooring and general purpose coatings... view more
POLYSTAR
Cycloapliphatic amine. Acts as a curing agent. It has low blush, excellent gloss, clarity & exhibits water spot resistance. Suitable for industrial flooring and general purpose coatings... view more
POLYSTAR
Cycloapliphatic amine. Acts as a curing agent. It exhibits low yellowing. Suitable for flooring and coatings where a higher degree of yellowing resistance is needed... view more
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