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Acrylates / Methacrylates Oligomers > Amine (Meth)acrylics

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AgiSyn™ 701 by Covestro is an amine modified acrylate. Shows great versatility in a wide range of formulations. Can be used as a lower viscosity, high reactivity alternate to epoxy acrylate... view more
VISIOMER® MAPTAC by Evonik is an aqueous solution of used as a monomer. It is used to prepare water-soluble cationic polymers. VISIOMER® MAPTAC is registered and listed within REACH... view more
VISIOMER® TMAEMC by Evonik is an aqueous solution of trimethylammoniumethyl methacrylate chloride. It is predominantly used in quaternized form, it provides water-soluble cationic polymers... view more
PC-Resin
Radiation curable amine functional polyether acrylate (100%). It exhibits extremely low viscosity... view more
PC-Resin
Radiation curable amine functional polyether acrylate (100%). It enhances reactivity and has low odor. It can be used as co-initiator for benzophenone... view more
PC-Resin
Radiation curable acrylated amine synergist (100%). It has low odor and high viscosity... view more
PC-Resin
Radiation curable low viscosity aminated polyester acrylate (100%). The exhibits excellent flexibility, low film shrinkage and excellent cure response. It is a durable resin and shows minimum... view more
PC-Resin
Radiation curable low viscosity aminated polyester acrylate (100%). It exhibits high reactivity, hardness and chemical resistance... view more
IsoRad® 210, manufactured by SI Group, is a highly versatile, standard, low-color, amine acrylate synergist. Exhibits flexibility, abrasion resistance and excellent weathering properties. Offers... view more
IsoRad® 230, manufactured by SI Group, is a highly versatile, standard, low-color, oligomeric amine acrylate synergist. Exhibits flexibility, abrasion resistance and excellent weathering properties... view more
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