Lumicryl 3053

Product Description:


Lumicryl® 3053 is a UV/EB-curable acrylic macromer suitable for formulating coatings and inks for application on film, laminate, plastic, metal, wood, paper or other substrates. Cured coatings based on Lumicryl® 3053 have high hardness and good chemical resistance. Lumicryl® 3053 can be used to formulate clear, pigmented or highly filled systems.

Coatings utilizing Lumicryl® 3053 may be applied using conventional application equipment such as roller, spray, flexo, gravure, screen and others. Formulations based on Lumicryl® 3053 will dry to a tack-free, dry-to-touch, film after the solvent is flashed off. The dried, but uncured, coating remains in a thermoplastic state and can undergo intermediate processing such as stamping, forming, transfer laminating, thermal transfer, sanding, and re-coating prior to UV curing.

The addition of common photoinitiators during the formulating stage is generally sufficient to afford rapid cure of the coating after solvent removal.

Recommendation for Use

  • UV Curables
  • Coatings

Product Documentation


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Material Safety Data Sheets

Lumicryl-3053-05-13-19-GHS-SDS.pdf

Technical Data Sheets

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RoHS Statements

Product Description:

Lumicryl® 3053 is a UV/EB-curable acrylic macromer suitable for formulating coatings and inks for application on film, laminate, plastic, metal, wood, paper or other substrates. Cured coatings based on Lumicryl® 3053 have high hardness and good chemical resistance. Lumicryl® 3053 can be used to formulate clear, pigmented or highly filled systems.

Coatings utilizing Lumicryl® 3053 may be applied using conventional application equipment such as roller, spray, flexo, gravure, screen and others. Formulations based on Lumicryl® 3053 will dry to a tack-free, dry-to-touch, film after the solvent is flashed off. The dried, but uncured, coating remains in a thermoplastic state and can undergo intermediate processing such as stamping, forming, transfer laminating, thermal transfer, sanding, and re-coating prior to UV curing.

The addition of common photoinitiators during the formulating stage is generally sufficient to afford rapid cure of the coating after solvent removal.

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-3053-05-13-19-GHS-SDS.pdf
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Technical Data Sheets

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RoHS Statements


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