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Cardolite Unveils Multifunctional CNSL-based Polyol for PUR Structural Adhesives

Published on 2017-04-12. Author : SpecialChem

High strength Polyol

Cardolite has developed NX-9008, a new multifunctional CNSL-based polyol that delivers high tensile strength, and excellent bond strength on various substrates including steel, aluminum, composites and plastics.


Properties of NX-9008


NX-9008 offers high glass transition temperature of close to 100°C when cured with polymeric MDI, and provides excellent water resistance that originates from the CNSL backbone.

Applications


  • NX-9008 is suitable for use in polyurethane structural adhesives (e.g. windmill OEM), polyurethane pottings, and high strength polyurethane foams and composites.
  • NX-9008 is an excellent candidate for formulators looking for a polyol that can perform like an epoxy with the added benefits of faster cure and increased flexibility.

About Cardolite


Cardolite is the world leader in developing, manufacturing, and promoting products using natural and renewable cashew nutshell liquid technology. With a history of over 30 years, Cardolite has the technology and capability to service the most demanding customers in our core markets of coatings and friction materials.

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Source: Cardolite
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