We are excited to share with RadTech attendees our most recent advances for UV, LED and EB curing systems. These new developments are driven by our commitment to replacing substances of concern, reducing migration potential, leveraging more biorenewable-based feedstocks, enabling low energy cure and ensuring high-quality, long-life performance.
Sartomer® UV-curable resins include a broad range of specialty acrylate monomers and oligomers for a variety of high-performance applications, as well as a biobased line of resins with USDA certification. New structured urethane acrylate (SUA) oligomers expand the possible property profiles obtained in cured materials and new resins to enhance dielectric performance of conformal coatings. Arkema will also feature cationic resins designed for epoxy, oxetane diluent and oxetane property modifiers.
Sartomer® photoinitiator range includes a full line of single-component and specialist-formulated products for UV-free radical and cationic curing. Featured photoinitiators include Speedcure XKm, a hybrid photoinitiator for inks and coatings that has an improved health classification compared to alternative phosphine oxides, and Speedcure LTX, a lower energy, LED-curable liquid thioxanthone photoinitiator that is easier to add to formulations and provides better solubility than traditional solid photoinitiators.
N3xtDimension® resins for UV-curable 3D printing are an integrated offering of custom formulations, engineered resins for a targeted performance, and building blocks that include oligomers, monomers, photoinitiators, cationic resins and UV blockers. Among the featured 3D solutions are new ultra-low loss dielectric resins for high frequency applications and custom formulations for high-temperature, toughening, modeling and dental applications.
Arkema technical experts will also share new insights on innovative chemistry and technology during seven presentations.
Monday, May 9:
UV/EB Professional Short Course (undergraduate-level), Presenter: Neil Cramer; 1-5 p.m.
Tuesday, May 10:
Dielectric Performance of UV-Curable Piezo-Inkjet Resins for Dielectric Coating Applications, Section: 1A, Structural & Flexible Electronics; Presenter: Donald Herr; 9:00 a.m.
XKm Formulation Strategies for TPO Replacement, Section: 1B, Cationic/Photoinitiator; Presenter: Jonathan Andersson; 9:30 a.m.
A New Liquid Photoinitiator for LED Curing, Section: 3C: New Product Debut I; Presenter: Richard Plenderleith; 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 11:
Strategies Towards Sustainable UV Solutions with reduced Hazard and reduced Migration Potential, Section 4A, Next Level Formulations; Presenter: Ric Plenderleith; 9 a.m.
Structured Urethane Acrylates vs. Telechelic Urethane Acrylates comparison in Inkjet Applications, Section 5C, Optimized Materials; Presenter: Endrit Shurdha; 12 p.m.
Thursday, May 12
High Temperature Additive Manufacturing Materials, Section 7A, Additive Manufacturing; Presenter: Neil Cramer; 8 a.m.
Structured Urethane Acrylates in LVT Applications, Section 7B, Building Materials; Presenter: Elaine Ruiz; 8:30 a.m.
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