Formulating Tips for Epoxy-Anhydride Cure Systems 4: New Challenges

July 11, 2019by Jayhawk0

The market for high-temperature, high-endurance epoxy polymers continues to grow. This growth is largely driven by demand for consumer and automotive electronics to be more durable, lighter, increasingly compact, and able to function in various environments. As expectations increase, specifications normally found in niche products are becoming widespread in commercial versions. Epoxy-anhydride cure systems have a long tradition of meeting stringent specifications and continue to provide the best, most efficient path for epoxy formulators.

In the video below, our expert panel discusses the exciting growth in demand for epoxy-anhydride cure systems. In the next video, they will discuss how brand-new applications for anhydride cured epoxy resin provide even more opportunities for growth.

Investigation on Epoxy-Anhydride Cure Systems from specialty anhydride and formulating experts

To help you take advantage of the growing demand for epoxy-anhydride systems, Jayhawk Fine Chemicals, Crosslink Technologies, Evonik, and Dixie Chemicals completed an investigation into a variety of anhydride curatives, with a focus on accelerator selection. These results offer valuable data and guidelines for new users or experienced formulators looking to improve on epoxy resin performance.

Experts from these companies discuss the key benefits and applications of epoxy-anhydride cure systems. Previous videos review historic applications and the value proposition of epoxy-anhydride cure systems, as well as the need to dispel misconceptions. The next video will discuss how future technologies are providing even more opportunities to expand the market. After that, our panel will begin to discuss processing considerations and specific formulations to achieve the results you need.

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