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Epi-rez™

Coatings ingredients supplied by Hexion

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Non-ionic, aqueous dispersion of a bisphenol A epoxy resin with no organic solvents. Possesses moderate viscosity and mechanical stability. Exhibits high epoxy functionality, good chemical and water... view more
Non-ionic, aqueous dispersion of a bisphenol A epoxy resin with no organic solvents. Possesses moderate viscosity and mechanical stability as well as high epoxy functionality. Provides good water... view more
Dispersion of an EPON™ Resin 1001F in water and 2-propoxyethanol. Offers high gloss and very good stability. Is insensitive to pH, accepts variety of pigments, nonsettling or creaming on storage... view more
Nonionic, aqueous dispersion of a solid bisphenol A epoxy resin. Has moderate viscosity and is mechanically stable. Used in electrical dip coatings and varnishes. Can also be used in formulations... view more
Nonionic stable dispersion of high molecular weight bisphenol A resin. Offers good adhesion to steel or aluminum. Compatible with a variety of aminoplast resins and stable with a wide range of... view more
Low VOC and non-HAPS, physically stable, dispersion of EPON™ Resin 1007 in water and methoxy propanol. Offers good adhesion to metal and glass. May also be used to modify ambient cure epoxy resin... view more
Nonionic, aqueous dispersion of urethane modified epoxy resin. Has a moderate viscosity and is mechanically stable. Used in electrical dip coats and varnishes. May also be incorporated in... view more
Polyfunctional epoxy resin dispersion. Has rapid room temperature cure and low volatile organic content (VOC). Offers good paint stability, performance versatility, long-term water and humidity... view more
Dispersion of an epoxidized ortho-cresylic novolac. Contains no organic cosolvents and no VOC. Has high functionality as well as temperature stability. Offers good chemical and abrasion resistance... view more
Non-ionic aqueous dispersion of a modified EPON™ Resin 1001 type solid Bis A epoxy. Has ultra low VOC, mechanical stability, no induction time and very fast dry and recoat times. Is... view more
EPI-REZ™ Resin 6521-WH-56 by Hexion is a label-free, low volatile organic compound (VOC) epoxy resin with wet-on-wet recoating options. Exhibits good flexibility, very low co-solvent levels (2.5%)... view more
EPI-REZ™ Resin 6531-WH-57 by Hexion is a label-free, low volatile organic compound (VOC) faster drying epoxy resin with wet-on-wet recoating options. Exhibits high hardness, good flexibility, very... view more
EPI-REZ™ Resin 7520-WD-52 by Hexion is an environment-friendly, cost-effective, high performance epoxy resin dispersion. Exhibits corrosion resistance and substrate adhesion. Suitable for use in... view more
Epi-rez™ Resin 7720-W-50 by Hexion is an odorless, non-ionic, waterborne epoxy dispersion based on a modified EPON™ Resin 1001-type solid epoxy resin. This non-flammable and non-combustible resin... view more
Epi-rez™ Resin 7723-W-53 by Hexion is a VOC-free, co-solvent free, solid epoxy resin dispersion. Offers self-coalescence, good film formation and excellent adhesion on various substrates. Exhibits... view more
Liquid, bisphenol A type epoxy resin. As a binder it is useful for trowel applied floor toppings, bond coats, base coats and membranecoatings. Can also be combined with ECO-CRYL™ acrylic resin... view more
Water dispersible, high viscosity, bisphenol A type epoxy resin. As a binder for trowel applied floor toppings, as bond coats, base coats, membrane coatings. Forms a fine particle dispersion of... view more
Epi-rez™ System 4230-W-60 is a VOC-free, one-pack, epoxy phenolic novolac co-dispersion by Hexion. It is a ready to use, water-borne binder and promotes wetting and adhesion to various substrates... view more
RAVEN 5100 ULTRA by Birla Carbon
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