Oxazolidines: The Answer to PU Formulation Problems
If you are in the polyurethane formulators business, there are a number of challenges that have to be faced when formulating products. Performance, VOC legislation, curing time are all factors that must be taken into consideration but what can formulators do to overcome one of the biggest issues - how to deal with the presence of moisture?
It makes a difference when it comes to relationships, but having the right chemistry is also a key ingredient in the creation of polyurethane coatings, adhesives, and sealants. Like any good relationship, it’s something you must work hard at in order to achieve the best result. This is why custom chemistry is often seen as one of the best ways to create tailored products that will continually take performance to new levels. So, what is the secret to custom chemistry, and how can it make a difference in a market saturated with so much choice? Ian Martin, Technical Manager for Incorez, discusses further.
Attended by 15 agents from around the world, Incorez held its biannual conference in Dublin, Ireland, in late June. Designed to educate its agents on Incorez’s future short-term and long-term strategies, the event offered great opportunities for discussion and collaboration, paying particular attention to current issues in the application markets within each agent’s country.
Incorez Solution Ensures Peak Performance For Protective Coatings
The UK’s leading manufacturer of specialist resins and polymers, Incorez, has launched Dispurez® 103, a tough and flexible new waterborne polyurethane dispersion (PUD) that is ideally suited for automotive and waterproofing applications.
Amirez Fulfils A Range Of Surface Requirements When It Comes To Flooring
Incorez, the UK’s high-performance intermediates producer for enhanced coatings, has launched Amirez, a package of advanced amine hardeners that react with epoxy systems, destined to revolutionise the flooring market.