Lumicryl 2382

Product Description:


Lumicryl® 2382 is a solvent-borne acrylated acrylic macromer suitable for formulating UV curable coatings and inks for application on film, laminate, plastic, metal, wood, paper or other substrates. When formulated with appropriate photoinitiators and properly cured, coatings based on Lumicryl® 2382 have excellent abrasion and chemical resistance. Lumicryl® 2382 can be used to formulate clear, pigmented or highly filled systems for application using conventional application equipment such as roller, spray, flexo, gravure or screen.

Lumicryl® 2382 will dry to a tack-free, dry-to-touch, non-blocking film after the solvent is removed. The dried uncured coating remains in a thermoplastic state and can undergo intermediate processing such as stamping, thermoforming, transfer laminating, thermal transfer, sanding, and re-coating prior to UV curing. Curing the photoinitiated coating or ink by exposure to UV substantially increases the chemical and scratch resistance of the material.

Recommendation for Use

  • UV Curables
  • Coatings

Product Documentation


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Material Safety Data Sheets

Lumicryl-2382-12-19-16-GHS-SDS.pdf

Technical Data Sheets

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RoHS Statements

Product Description:

Lumicryl® 2382 is a solvent-borne acrylated acrylic macromer suitable for formulating UV curable coatings and inks for application on film, laminate, plastic, metal, wood, paper or other substrates. When formulated with appropriate photoinitiators and properly cured, coatings based on Lumicryl® 2382 have excellent abrasion and chemical resistance. Lumicryl® 2382 can be used to formulate clear, pigmented or highly filled systems for application using conventional application equipment such as roller, spray, flexo, gravure or screen.

Lumicryl® 2382 will dry to a tack-free, dry-to-touch, non-blocking film after the solvent is removed. The dried uncured coating remains in a thermoplastic state and can undergo intermediate processing such as stamping, thermoforming, transfer laminating, thermal transfer, sanding, and re-coating prior to UV curing. Curing the photoinitiated coating or ink by exposure to UV substantially increases the chemical and scratch resistance of the material.

Recommendation for Use

  • UV Curables
  • Coatings

Product Documentation

The following documents are in Adobe PDF format; if you are having issues viewing these documents please download the latest version of Adobe Reader free from Adobe’s Website.

Material Safety Data Sheets

Lumicryl-2382-12-19-16-GHS-SDS.pdf
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Technical Data Sheets

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RoHS Statements


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