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acrylate resin

[′ak·rə‚lāt ′rez·ən]
(organic chemistry)
Acrylic acid or ester polymer with a ‒CH2‒CH(COOR)‒ structure; used in paints, sizings and finishes for paper and textiles, adhesives, and plastics. Also known as acrylate.

acrylic resin, acrylate resin

One of a group of thermoplastic resins made from esters of acrylic acid; exceptionally tough, stable, resistant to chemicals, and transparent; used as a binder, in sheet form, as an air-curing adhesive, and as the main ingredient in some caulks and sealants.
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UV curable coating compositions containing aliphatic urethane acrylate resins (described in preferred embodiments are UV curable coating compositions including a unique blend of aliphatic urethane acrylate resins.
There have been a lot of advancements made in surfactant technology in the last four to five years that are making it possible to develop APE-free acrylate resin systems that continue to provide excellent performance," Dumain comments.
DASB was also used to monitor the photocuring process of a commercial polyester acrylate resin used in floor coating applications.
Ebecryl 889, a new polyester acrylate resin, is intended for use in formulating UV publication litho inks used for printing newspaper inserts and other print advertisements.
Urethane Acrylate Resin A was designed as a 100% solids soft resin that has a viscosity of 10,000 mPas at 25 [degrees]C.
00 is an epoxy acrylate resin with a viscosity lower than any epoxy acrylate currently available.
0 is a modified solid epoxy acrylate resin for UV-curable powder coatings, offering a fast curing, reactive diluent-free coating system.
Other Japan U-Pica products for composites include urethane acrylate resins, BIOMUP polyester resin derived from bio-mass materials and CBZ epoxy resin for carbon fiber composites made using hand layup, filament winding, resin transfer molding (RTM) and vacuum assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM).
These materials include especially ABS and PLA, but also include acrylate resins, epoxy acrylate resins, and nylon powder materials.
Both products are highly reactive self-curing acrylate resins that eliminate the need for a photoinitiator.
The resin market is hardly a uniform business; within it, there are a wide variety of products, including hy-drocarbon and rosin-based resins for publications, acrylate resins for energy-curable inks and water-based acrylic, urethane, polyamide and nitrocellulose-based resins for different packaging applications.