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Propoxy Trimethylolpropane Triacrylate


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Appearance Transparent liquid
Density  g/cm3 1.5±0.1 g/cm3
Vapor Density N/A
Water content ≤0.15
Ester content ≤95
Viscosity cps/25%゚C 70-110
Color and luster (Pt-Co) ≤35
Acidity mgKOH/g ≤0.5
Plymerization inhibitor MEHQppm 400-400

Packing & Storage

Packing Packaging Size: 200kg, Packaging Type: Drum
Storage Put in a tight storage device and store in a cool, dry place
Shipping Room temperature in continental US; may vary elsewhere

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Phil Chemical Co.,Limited now has become the diversified large-scale trans-regional and multi-industry enterprise group, primarily engaged in supplying of raw materials for coatings, supplemented by such chemical products as Arylic acid monomers and acrylic ester together with epoxypropane and other related industry simutaneously.

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PTTA in Polymer Applications

Propoxy Trimethylolpropane Triacrylate, commonly known as PTTA, is a chemical compound used in the field of polymer science and materials engineering. It is a tri-functional acrylate monomer, meaning it has three acrylate groups capable of undergoing polymerization reactions.

PTTA is primarily used as a crosslinking agent or a reactive diluent in UV-curable coatings, adhesives, and inks. It imparts desirable properties to the final products, such as enhanced hardness, chemical resistance, adhesion, and durability. UV curing refers to a process in which a liquid formulation containing PTTA is exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light, causing the acrylate groups to react and form a solid, crosslinked network.

Some key applications of PTTA include:

1. Coatings: PTTA is commonly used in the formulation of UV-curable coatings for various substrates like wood, metal, plastics, and glass. These coatings find applications in automotive, electronics, packaging, and general industrial sectors.

2. Adhesives: PTTA can be incorporated into UV-curable adhesives, enabling rapid curing and bonding of substrates. These adhesives are used in the assembly of electronic devices, optical components, and medical devices.

3. Inks: PTTA is utilized in UV-curable inks for printing applications, such as digital printing, screen printing, and flexography. The fast curing properties of PTTA-based inks allow for high-speed printing and improved adhesion to various surfaces.

4. 3D Printing: PTTA is also employed in UV-curable resins for 3D printing processes, where it acts as a crosslinking agent to solidify the printed layers.

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