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Versamid®

Adhesives ingredients supplied by Huntsman

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Versamid® 100 by Huntsman is used as curing agent for solid or liquid epoxy resins in adhesives. It is a semi-solid, reactive polyamide resin based on dimerized fatty acid and polyamines. It... view more
Versamid® 100 PMX 60 by Huntsman is used as a curing agent for solid or liquid epoxy resins in adhesives. It is propylene glycol monomethyl ether/xylene solution of a semi-solid reactive polyamide... view more
Versamid® 100 T-60 by Huntsman is a curing agent. It is a toluene solution of a semi-solid, reactive polyamide resin based on dimerized fatty acid and polyamines. It is designed for use with solid... view more
Versamid® 100 X 65 by Huntsman is a curing agent for solid or liquid epoxy resins in adhesives. It is xylene solution of semi-sold reactive polyamide resin based on dimerized fatty acid and... view more
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Versamid® 115 by Huntsman is a curing agent. It is a high viscosity, reactive polyamide resin designed for use with solid or liquid epoxy resins. This resin is useful in adhesive applications. It... view more
Versamid® 115 X 70 by Huntsman is a curing agent for solid or liquid epoxy resins in adhesives. It is xylene solution of high viscosity reactive polyamide resin based on dimerized fatty acid and... view more
Versamid® 115I73 by Huntsman is a curing agent for solid or liquid epoxy resins in adhesives. It is an isopropanol solution of high viscosity reactive polyamide resin based on dimerized fatty acid... view more
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Versamid® 125 by Huntsman is a curing agent. It is a medium viscosity, reactive polyamide based on dimerized fatty acid and polyamines. It is designed for use with solid or liquid epoxy resins. It... view more
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Versamid® 140 by Huntsman is a curing agent. It is a medium to low viscosity, reactive polyamide. Offers a unique combination of hardness and flexibility, along with the highest chemical and solvent... view more
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Versamid® 150 by Huntsman is a curing agent. It is a low viscosity, reactive polyamide based on dimerized fatty acid and polyamines. It is designed for use with solid or liquid epoxy resins. It... view more
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Versamid® 228 by Huntsman is a curing agent and surfactant for liquid epoxy resins in waterborne and solvent-free sealants... view more
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Versamid® 229 by Huntsman is used as a curing agent for fluid epoxy resins. It is used in adhesives and putties applying under critical atmospheric conditions, on wet surfaces, and even underwater... view more
Versamid® EH-30 by Huntsman is a curing agent. It is a tertiary amine accelerator for epoxy resin systems. It shows marked acceleration because of the presence of the phenolic hydroxyl. It is... view more
Versamid® EH-50 by Huntsman is a non-corrosive, low odor- & color, tertiary amine accelerator and curing agent. It is suitable for epoxy adhesives. This formaldehyde-free amine induces fast... view more
Versamid® G-490 by Huntsman is a low viscosity, amidoamine curing agent. It has long pot life. It shows instant compatibility with epoxy resins. It provides a wide range of formulation latitudes. It... view more
Versamid® G-491 by Huntsman is a low viscosity, modified amidoamine curing agent. It offers an accelerated cure and reduced induction time with epoxy resins. It provides a wide range of formulation... view more
Versamid® G-747 by Huntsman is a very low viscosity, amidoamine curing agent. It provides excellent compatibility with a wide range of epoxy products. It is suitable for adhesives applications. It... view more
Versamid® I-70 by Huntsman is a medium viscosity, light colored, fast-setting, modified aliphatic amine curing agent. It provides excellent chemical resistance and rapid cure. It is recommended for... view more
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