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Cardolite® LITE 513DF

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Cardolite
Cardolite® LITE 513DF by Cardolite is a low viscosity epoxy reactive diluent and modifier based on cashew nutshell liquid (CNSL) technology. It has long hydrophobic aliphatic side chain which provides excellent water- and thermal shock resistance.
  • It is an excellent alternative to difunctional diluents for increased strengths and hydrophobicity.
  • Used for transportations, industrials, constructions and electronics applications.
  • Partial substitution of liquid epoxy (Bis-A) with Cardolite® LITE 513DF offers well balanced mechanical strength and flexibility while increasing bio-content.
  • The recommended usage levels can be 30-100% in reactive systems such as 1K and 2K epoxy adhesives and sealants.
Cardolite® LITE 513DF
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Cardolite
Product Type
  • Natural-based Polymers > Vegetable-Based > Cashew Nut Shell Resins
  • Reactive Diluent
Chemical Composition
Cashew nutshell liquid based epoxy
Physical Form
Product Status
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Adhesives > Reactive adhesives
  • Sealants
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding
  • Transportation (excl. Automotive)
  • Industrial Assembly
  • Buildings & constructions
Bio Based
Bio Based Content (%)
75%, Cashew nutshell-based

Cardolite® LITE 513DF Properties


Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
90 - 200 cP
(At 25°C)
Epoxy Equivalent Weight (EEW)
250 - 300
Color, Gardner
< 6

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