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Binhai Jinxiang Chemical Auxiliary

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Binhai Jinxiang Chemical Auxiliary
2-hydroxy-2-methylpropiophenone. It acts as a UV-light curing photoinitiator. It appears as a white crystalline powder. It is used for UV curing coatings and inks... view more
Applications
  • Coatings>UV / Radiation Curing
  • Inks>UV / Radiation-curable
  • Inks
Binhai Jinxiang Chemical Auxiliary
2-Methyl-4'-(methylthio)-2-morpholino-propiophenol. It acts as a photoinitiator. It appears as a white crystalline powder. It is used for PCB resist ink, the solder resist ink, offset ink, screen... view more
Applications
  • Inks
  • Inks>Lithographic and Offset Inks
  • Inks>Varnishes / Over print varnish
  • Inks>Digital inks (eg. Ink jet)
  • ...
Binhai Jinxiang Chemical Auxiliary
Diphenyl ketone. It acts as a photoinitiator. It appears as a white crystal or powder. It is applied to light-cured varnish system, such as wood oil, paper coating and also used as a UV-printing... view more
Applications
  • Coatings>UV / Radiation Curing
  • Inks>UV / Radiation-curable
  • Inks
  • Coatings Markets>Other industries>Paper coatings
  • ...
Binhai Jinxiang Chemical Auxiliary
2,2-Dimethoxy-2-phenylacetophenone. It acts as a photoinitiator. It appears as a white crystal or powder. It is widely used in light curing agent in a variety of UV curing systems and is applicable... view more
Applications
  • Inks>UV / Radiation-curable
  • Inks
Binhai Jinxiang Chemical Auxiliary
2,4-Diethyl-9H-thioxanthen-9-one. It acts as a photoinitiator. It appears as a white crystal or powder. It is applicable for UV-curable coatings & inks and even also acts as a catalyst when used in... view more
Applications
  • Coatings>UV / Radiation Curing
  • Inks>UV / Radiation-curable
  • Inks
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