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Araldite®

Polymers additives supplied by Huntsman

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Araldite® MT 35600 by Huntsman Advanced Materials is bisphenol-A based benzoxazine thermoset resin. Acts as a heat stabilizer. Can be homopolymerized or co-react with an epoxy or phenol resin... view more
Phenol terminated polyether adduct. Acts as a flexibilizer. It exhibits low viscosity & good chemical resistance. Used in hot curing (>100°C) thermoset formulations to increase toughness and... view more
Di functional polypropylene glycol-based epoxy resin. Acts as a flexibilizer. It enhances flexibility and processability of systems. Araldite® DY 3601 offers poor warm water resistance, low... view more
Tri- functional polypropylene glycol-based epoxy resin. Acts as a flexibilizer. Araldite® DY-L offers reduction in surface hardness, moderate lowering of viscosity, very marked lowering of... view more
Epoxy terminated, Bisphenol F epoxy / CTBN resin adduct. Acts as a flexibilizer. It contains co-reacted additive for improved corrosion resistance and adhesion on contaminated surfaces. Araldite® LY... view more
Epoxy terminated, Bisphenol F epoxy / CTBN resin adduct. Acts as a flexibilizer. Araldite® LY 1115 is easy to incorporate into epoxy resin and gives significant improvement in the impact resistance... view more
Epoxy terminated, Bisphenol F epoxy / CTBN resin adduct. Acts as a flexibilizer. Araldite® LY 1134 is easy to incorporate into epoxy resin and gives significant improvement in the impact resistance... view more
Epoxy terminated, Bisphenol F epoxy / CTBN resin adduct. Acts as a flexibilizer. It contains co-reacted additive for improved corrosion resistance and adhesion on contaminated surfaces. Araldite® LY... view more
Unmodified tough flexible epoxy. Acts as a flexibilizer. It exhibits low viscosity and an excellent workability. Used in matrix applications, filament winding, casting and pultrusion... view more
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