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Cycloaliphatic Amines

EPIKURE™ cycloaliphatic amines have long been standard curing agents for civil engineering and coating applications, with new uses being found all the time. These low viscosity, highly reactive hardeners deliver excellent application properties. They help produce formulations with

  • High chemical resistance
  • Great temperature resistance
  • Superior mechanical performance

Cycloaliphatic curatives are suitable for a full range of applications. Benefits of formulating coatings and civil engineering applications with EPIKURE cycloaliphatic amines include:

  • High gloss
  • Lower yellowing.
  • Full cure, in thin layers, down to temperatures of +10°C

EPIKURE Cycloaliphatic Amines

ProductTypical PropertiesDescriptionApplication
Resin TypeViscocity at 25oC, cPEq.Wt.CoatingsConstructionCompositesAll Others(1)
EPIKURE Curing Agent F205Modified Cyclo -Aliphatic Amine 500-700105General purpose, low viscosity
 
 
 
 
EPIKURE Curing Agent F206 Modified Cyclo-Aliphatic Amine100-20075Low viscosity, rapid cure, low HEW
 
 
 
 
EPIKURE Curing Agent 04998Modified Cyclo-Aliphatic Amine10-2045Low viscosity, low exotherm, mineral casting system with EPIKOTE™ Resin 05102
 
 
EPIKURE Curing Agent 196Modified Cyclo-Aliphatic Amine500-700109Low yellowing
 
 
 
EPIKURE Curing Agent 530Modified Cyclo-Aliphatic Amine170-23093Low viscosity, improved water spot resistance
 
 
 
EPIKURE Curing Agent 541Modified Cyclo-Aliphatic Amine225-32593Low viscosity, improved water spot resistance
 
 
 
 
EPIKURE Curing Agent 548Modified Cyclo-Aliphatic Amine300-600115Low viscosity, low yellowing
 
 
 
 
EPIKURE Curing Agent 580Modified Cyclo-Aliphatic Amine275-42585For low emission flooring, no benzyl alcohol
 
 
 
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HIGHLY RECOMMENDED:
 

(1) Other applications include adhesives, etc.


For more information, see Technical Data Sheets or speak with a representative.

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