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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Cardolite® NX-2026 is a high purity cardanol, bio-based diluent, resin modifier, and accelerator designed for use in adhesives and sealants. It is based on natural, renewable, non-food raw material... view more
Cardolite® Ultra LITE 513 by Cardolite is a low viscosity, mono-functional epoxy reactive diluent. The long hydrophobic aliphatic side chain of cardanol gives this product a very low viscosity and... view more
Cardolite® LITE 3040 is a solvent free, low viscosity phenalkamide epoxy curing agent by Cardolite. Exhibits excellent mechanical properties and excellent adhesion. Provides outstanding durability... view more
Cardolite® NX-5594 is a phenalkamine epoxy curing agent that has favorable labeling, faster cure at low temperature, i.e. 0°C. Utilized as a solvent free hardener for epoxy adhesives and as a... view more
Cardolite® GX-3090 is a solvent free and very low viscosity phenalkamide epoxy curing agent. Exhibits excellent mechanical properties, faster strength development, and good adhesion at recommended... view more
Elementis
THIXATROL® ST by Elementis is an organically modified castor oil derivative used as a rheological additive. Increases the viscosity and provides thixotropy. It contributes to pigment suspension and... view more
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Canola oil based polyol. Used in the manufacture of urethane adhesives... view more
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Canola oil based polyol. Used in the manufacture of melamine adhesives... view more
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Canola oil based polyol. Used in the manufacture of urethane adhesives... view more
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Canola oil based polyol. Used in the manufacture of melamine adhesives... view more
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Canola oil based polyol. Used in the manufacture of urethane adhesives... view more
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