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Producing functionalised polyurethane nanoparticles for reactive diluents

Friday, 5 September 2014

Solvent-free reactive systems can be introduced as a platform technology for new sets of products for adhesives, paints, coatings and cast resins.

The nano-integrated PUR-acrylates are very low viscous and highly transparent

Source: Pixelio/Clarissa Strömer

The nano-integrated PUR-acrylates are very low viscous and highly transparent

Source: Pixelio/Clarissa Strömer

A new in-situ manufacturing process allows the production of solvent-free, non-aqueous polyurethane-acrylates. These products are processable, highly transparent and of low viscosity, weathering resistance and storage stability even at 50 % solids content.

manufacturing of functionalised polyurethane nanoparticles

Materials containing these new building blocks are characterised by high lab shear strength and charpy impact resistance, adjustable elasticity, good adhesive strength and scratch resistance. The patented technology can be utilised for the manufacturing of functionalised polyurethane nanoparticles in reactive diluents based on common industrial monomers. These products can be crosslinked through typical one component UV-curing, one component temperature curing or two component redox curing systems. Further information: Clou Partners, Kristina Dietsch, Dietsch@cloupartners.de, T +49 89 309048461.

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