Styrene CAS: 100-42-5 Styrene also known as STY, styrene monomer, vinyl benzene, phenylethylene, styrol, styrole, styrolene, with the molecular formula C8H8 , CAS: 100-42-5. It is a clear, colourless to yellow, oily flammable liquid with a sweet smell. Styrene is highly flammable with a flash point of 31°C and a specific gravity of 0.91. Styrene provides […]
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Arpadis have been appointed as the official distributor for the Teraspartic® range of polyaspartic amines, manufactured by Pflaumer Brothers Incorporated. The distribution agreement covers the sales and promotion of this product range within Europe and the Middle East.
Polyaspartic amines are sterically hindered, secondary aliphatic diamines and co-reactants for polyisocyanates, suitable for the formulation of high-solids, two component polyurea topcoats and solvent free coatings. The advantages of the polyaspartic amines include, fast cure, high film build, ultra-high solids to zero VOC, fast drying times, and excellent UV stability. Typical applications, include direct to metal coatings for agricultural and construction machinery, top coats for wind turbines rotor blades and floor coatings.
Founded 86 years ago, Pflaumer Brothers, Inc. is a North American based manufacturer of specialty chemicals based on proprietary technology for coatings, inks, plastics, metalworking fluids and lubricants. The company is the leader in offering polyaspartic amines in North America along with specially designed lines of colourants, functional additives, reactive diluents, and non-reactive diluents. Unique aliphatic trimer isocyanates are marketed especially for polyaspartic coatings to supplement its complete line of aliphatic isocyanates.
DoDecaneDioic Acid (DDDA) Cas: 693-23-2 Dodecanedioic acid (DDDA) is a dibasic acid. It’s a white flakes solid with a molecular formula C12H22O4. Dodecanedioic Acid Chemical Structure Composition. Production There are two different routes to produce DDDA: synthetic production and biological production. Traditionally, DDDA is produced from butadiene using a chemical process. The butadiene is converted into cyclododecatriene […]