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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients

Halogenated Monomers

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Bimax
Diallyl chlorendate. It is a clear, slightly viscous liquid. Suitable for intumescent polymers and optical resins... view more
Ethylene dichloride (99.9%). It is an oily liquid, clear and colorless substance that presents a sweet chloroform-like odor. Used in manufacture of VCM (vinyl chloride monomer) which is further... view more
Double Bond Chemical
Chlorinated polyester resin diluted in 40% TMPTA. It is a clear liquid. It has fast cure and exhibits good adhesion... view more
Double Bond Chemical
Chlorinated polyester resin diluted in 40% GPTA. It is a clear liquid. It has fast cure and exhibits good adhesion... view more
Double Bond Chemical
Chlorinated polyester acrylate. It is a clear liquid. It has fast cure response, high gloss, exhibits good adhesion and good flexibility. Provides metal adhesion... view more
Double Bond Chemical
Chlorinated polyester acrylate. It is a light-yellowish liquid. It has fast cure and exhibits excellent adhesion. Provides good adhesion on PP, PE, PET and OPP substrates... view more
3,3,3-Trifluoro-2(trifluoromethyl)-1-propene. It is a colorless, pressurized liquid. When copolymerized with vinylidene fluoride, Hexafluoroisobutylene produces polymers with excellent thermal... view more
Allyl hexafluoroisopropanol. This halogenated monomer is colorless flammable liquid with pungent odor. Used as a building block in organic synthesis and in manufacture of adhesives... view more
Bromotrifluoroethylene. This halogenated monomer is found in gaseous form at ambient conditions and in liquid form under pressure. It is a colorless liquid. Used in manufacture of adhesives... view more
Hexafluoroisopropoxymethyl Norbornene. This halogenated monomer is a clear liquid which is free of suspended and colloidal matter. Used in the production of adhesives... view more
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