Karenz MT PE1 - Special Secondary Thiol

CAS No. 31775-89-0

Secondary thiol structure

Small smell thiol

Improvement of UV curing conditions

Rapid reaction with epoxy resins and allyl functional groups

Strong adhesion strength

Improvement of storage stability

Karenz MT NR1 - Special Secondary Thiol

CAS No. 928339-75-7

Secondary thiol structure

Small smell thiol

Improvement of UV curing conditions

Rapid reaction with epoxy resins and allyl functional groups

Strong adhesion strength

Improvement of storage stability

Karenz MT BD 1 - Special Secondary Thiol

CAS No. 594836-83-6

Secondary thiol structure

Small smell thiol

Improvement of UV curing conditions

Rapid reaction with epoxy resins and allyl functional groups

Strong adhesion strength

Improvement of storage stability

Karenz AOI, AOI-VM - Isocyanate Monomer

CAS No. 13641-96-8

Functional monomer containing polymeric acrylic groups and isocyanate groups that can well react with active hydride

Well polymerize with various vinyl monomers

For synthesis of concentrated molecular weight of low viscosity polymers

Karenz AOI has better UV curing properties compared with Karenz MOI

Widely used in anti-corrosion (resist, anti-corrosion film, anti-stain), adhesives, printing plates, coatings, surface treatment agents

Karenz MOI - Isocyanate Monomer

CAS No. 30674-80-7

NCO reactive polymers (oligomers) and monomers with pendant methacryloyl group can be easily synthesized

Reactivity of NCO Group: Similar reactivity as aromatic isocyanate

Copolymerization:UV curing rate of Karenz MOI derivatives containing urethane bond is similar to that of acryl ester

Karenz MOI-BM - Isocyanate Monomer

CAS No. 78279-10-4

Regenerate active isocyanates are dissociated by thermo-treatment

Can copolymerize with various types of monomers

Has a blocked isocyanate-group, which gives good stability even in the presence of active-hydrogen-containing compounds

Can be applied to one-component type polyurethane coating systems, emulsions or aqueous polymer solution

Karenz MOI-BP - Isocyanate Monomer

CAS No. 217437-44-0

The block type is stable under condition of active hydrogen existence.

The block type is deblocked and re-produce an isocyanate group by heating

The deblocked temperature is lower than that of Karenz MOI-BM

Karenz MOI-EG - Isocyanate Monomer

CAS No. 107023-60-9

Has a new structure that gives flexibility as well as Karenz MOI structure

The double bond reactivity and Isocyanate reactivity are same level as Karenz MOI.

Balances flexibility and fracture strength which are contradicting properties.

Elongation is five times as large, while fracture strength is maintained at the same level

Improves the adhesion strength to glass, metal, resin, etc

Cure shrinkage is reduced by 40%

Curing rate is maintained at the same level

Karenz BEI - Isocyanate Monomer

CAS No. 886577-76-0

Has one isocyanate group and two acrylic groups in one molecule, ensuring higher performance including higher UV curing speed, stronger adhesion to a substrate and less shrinkage at the curing.

Available for photo resist (film resist, color resist, liquid resist), surface modification, adhesive, printing and paint coating because of its high UV reactivity

Various Functional Silanes

Various functional groups silanes

In addition to common alkyl and siloxy, we provide hydrogen/vinyl/cyclosiloxanes

Central QC standard provides stable qulity

FIR radiation powders - Mica/BN composite

Mica is as the carrier of Boron Nitride to enhance dispersive ability

Better thermal properties (higher K and a and lower Cp) for higher dosage of Alloy ceramic Mica-BN

FIR-radiation powders are as fillers of thermal conduction plastics to improve the thermal conduction within plastic and also enhance the thermal radiation from the surfaces of plastics to ambient.

FIR-radiation powders has low density, good electric insulation, good conductivity and emissivity and well process ability

Widely used in thermal radiation plastic for the heat sink of LED luminaries