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Vencorex at ECS 2017: Unveiled a Polyisocyanate Crosslinker for Waterborne PUR Formulations

Published on 2017-04-11. Author : SpecialChem

At ECS 2017 Vencorex has launched its new Easaqua™ X D 870, a high performance polyisocyanate crosslinker for two-component waterborne polyurethane formulations. This new grade is specifically designed to meet the most stringent requirements of VOC emissions regulations.

Combination of HDI/IPDI derivatives


The new Easaqua™ X D 870 is a unique combination of HDI/IPDI derivatives in Easaqua™ technology offered in an eco-friendly solvent – PGDA.

Key Properties


  • One of the key benefits of the new Easaqua™ X D 870 is its low viscosity that makes it ready to use.
  • It also exhibits the best-in-class balance between compatibility and ease of emulsification into aqueous systems, together with superior performances in terms of drying time and productivity improvement, as well as high chemical resistance which is one of the most appreciated characteristics of the Easaqua™ range.

The new Easaqua™ X D 870 is part of Vencorex Easaqua™ products range of self-emulsifiable polyisocyanates, used as crosslinkers of effective environmentally-friendly waterborne polyurethane alternatives to conventional solvent-based materials.

About Vencorex

Vencorex is a JV between PTT Global Chemical, Thailand’s one of the largest and Asia’s one of the leading integrated petrochemical and refining companies, and the Perstorp Group, one of the world leaders in several sectors of the specialty chemicals market.

Vencorex is the owner of technology and a major manufacturer of isocyanates, particularly toluene diisocyanate (TDI), hexamethylene diisocyanate (HDI, IPDI) and its derivatives.

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Source: Vencorex
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