Formulating Tips for Epoxy-Anhydride Cure Systems 3: Schools of Thought

July 1, 2019by Jayhawk0
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Readily available epoxy chemistries such as amine curing technologies dominate the market, but are they the best option when parts must retain critical physical, mechanical and electrical properties at higher temperatures for sustainable periods of time? General education and training naturally focus on widely applicable chemistries rather than niche formulations for high-performance applications. While multifunctional epoxy resins can increase performance using standard epoxy curatives, using specialty anhydride curatives is often the better option.

In the following video, our expert panel discusses specific examples of a lack of exposure to epoxy-anhydride cure systems leading to misconceptions and users overlooking the benefits of anhydride curing technology. In future videos, we will look at specific applications and emerging technologies where you can gain a competitive advantage with epoxy-anhydride cure systems.

Investigation into Epoxy Systems from Fine Chemical & Formulating Experts

To provide more information on epoxy-anhydride formulations, Jayhawk Fine Chemicals, Crosslink Technologies, Evonik, and Dixie Chemicals performed an investigation into various anhydride cure systems, with an added focus on accelerator selection. The results of this study provide key formulating tips to help ensure you select the best possible epoxy resin cure system for your specific applications.

Thought leaders from these companies sat down to discuss the results of this investigation and share their combined industry experience with specialty anhydrides and epoxy resin formulation. These videos provide valuable insight into the application of epoxy-anhydride cure systems as well as guidance on formulation and accelerator selection.

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