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Lambson (Sartomer)

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Lambson (Sartomer)
SpeedCure KEM is a water-based photoinitiator emulsion designed by Lambson (Sartomer). Exhibits superior stability and excellent compatibility with a variety of PUD resins. Recommended for... view more
Applications
  • Coatings>Waterborne
  • Inks>UV / Radiation-curable
  • Inks>Water-based
  • Resins>Polyurethanes (PU)
  • ...
Lambson (Sartomer)
SpeedCure TEM by Lambson (Sartomer) is a water-based photoinitiator emulsion. Designed for energy curable water-based specialty coatings for wood, PVC & luxury vinyl tile, flooring and furniture... view more
Applications
  • Coatings>Waterborne
  • Resins>Vinyls
  • Resins>Polyurethanes (PU)
  • Coatings Markets>Wood & Furniture Coatings>Furniture/ interior decoration
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Lambson (Sartomer)
SpeedCure 976 by Lambson (Sartomer) is a diphenyl[2-(phenylsulfanyl)phenyl]sulfonium hexafluoroantimonate in propylene carbonate. Acts as a cationic photoinitiator. Cures cycloaliphatic epoxy resins... view more
Applications
  • Coatings>UV / Radiation Curing
  • Inks>UV / Radiation-curable
  • Resins>Epoxies
  • Resins>Vinyls
  • ...
Lambson (Sartomer)
SpeedCure 938 by Lambson (Sartomer) is a antimony-free bis-(4-t-butylphenyl)-Iodonium hexafluorophosphate. Acts as a low yellowing cationic photoinitiator. Enables good adhesion to metal substrates... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks>UV / Radiation-curable
  • Resins>Polyolefins
  • Resins>Epoxies
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Lambson (Sartomer)
SpeedCure XFLM01 by Lambson (Sartomer) is a low migration formulation. Acts as a photoinitiator. SpeedCure XFLM01 is suitable for food packaging related applications such as UV flexographic, offset... view more
Applications
  • Inks>UV / Radiation-curable
  • Inks>Flexographic inks>UV flexography
  • Inks>Lithographic and Offset Inks>UV offset
  • Inks>Screen inks>UV screen
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