ADH is a crosslinker of waterborne acryl emulsions. It is also useful as
an epoxy resin hardener and a formaldehyde scavenger.
ADH reacts very rapidly with ketone groups.
For example, it reacts easily with ketone groups of diacetone acrylamide or aldehyde groups of formaldehyde.
In addition, ADH also reacts with the epoxy group like an amino compound.
- Room temperature crosslinkable waterborne coatings
- Acryl emulsion comprising acryl monomers and diacetone acrylamide crosslinks with amino groups of ADH very rapidly.
- The coating has excellent water resistance.
- Epoxy resin hardener
- ADH reacts with epoxy resin at high temperature and is useful for powder coating.
- Reforming of plastic
- Fiber processing
|Loss on drying||Max.0.4%|
|Solubility in Water||9.1g/100g water at20℃|
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