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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Rudolf Group
RUCO-COAT® FX 8011 by Rudolf Group is a blocked anionic aliphatic isocyanate based crosslinking agent for aqueous systems. It is free of butanone oxime and NMP. Offers relatively high unblocking... view more
Rudolf Group
RUCO-COAT® FX 8021 by Rudolf Group is a blocked anionic aliphatic isocyanate with high concentration. It is a crosslinking agent for aqueous systems. It is free of butanone oxime and NMP. Offers... view more
Rudolf Group
RUCO-GUARD® LAD by Rudolf Group is a NMP-free, highly reactive aliphatic isocyanate based crosslinking agent. Developed for aqueous systems. Offers long-term stability, relatively high unblocking... view more
Rudolf Group
RUCO-GUARD® NET by Rudolf Group is a NMP-free, blocked aromatic isocyanate based crosslinking agent for aqueous systems. Offers relatively low unblocking temperature, low resistance to yellowing... view more
Rudolf Group
RUCO-GUARD® TIE by Rudolf Group is a NMP-free, blocked aromatic isocyanate based crosslinking agent. Offers relatively low unblocking temperature, low resistance to yellowing (thermal light) at... view more
Rudolf Group
RUCO-GUARD® WEB is a NMP-free, high performance, blocked aromatic isocyanate by Rudolf Group. It is a crosslinking agent. Designed for aqueous systems. Offers relatively low unblocking temperature... view more
Rudolf Group
RUCO-GUARD® XCR by Rudolf Group is a crosslinking agent based on blocked aliphatic isocyanate. Designed for water-borne systems. It is free of butanone oxime and NMP. Offers relatively high... view more
Rudolf Group
RUCO-GUARD® XTN by Rudolf Group is a NMP-free, blocked aliphatic isocyanate crosslinking agent for aqueous systems. Offers relatively high unblocking temperature, high resistance to yellowing... view more
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