Butylated UF Resin

Sr no Product Name Type Solvent % Non Volatiles min
(±2)
Viscosity in poises at 25* C Acid Value KOH/gm max Mineral Spirit Tolerance ml/10gm resin
1 UF-8 Butylated UF n-Butanol 60 10-20 3 10-20

Uses: Very fast, low temperature acid curing screen and wood lacquers.

2 UF-9001 Butylated UF n-Butanol 69 8-12 3 10-30

Uses: High solids, excellent stability general purpose baking enamels.

3 UF-8 LFF Butylated UF n-Butanol 60 10-20 3 10-20

Uses: Low Free Formaldehyde content (0.5% max.) used for acid curing wood coatings.

4 UF-8 NFF Butylated UF n-Butanol / ISO Butanol 60 10-20 3 10-20

Uses: To be used for wood coating in acid cure application partially no FREE FORMALDEHYDE, LOW ODOR.

5 UF - 8 LFF NP Butylated UF n-Butanol 65 20-30 3 10-20

Uses: For Coil Coating.

6 UF-8 IBA Iso Butylated UF Iso Butanol 65 25-35 Sec of (100Gm UF-8 IBA + 30Gm n-BA at 30°C in FC4 3 10-30

Uses: To be used for wood coating in acid cure application.

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