UV1173 & UV184
The photoinitiator is a kind of additive which utilizes energy from ultraviolet or visible light to induce polymerization and to cure coating and ink. An ink or coating containing a few percentage of photoinitiator can dry in less than one second under a UV light radiation.
|Appearance||Colorless to pale yellow transparent liquid|
|Chemical Name||1-hydroxycyclohexyl phenyl ketone|
|Light transmittance||425nm≥98% 500nm≥99.0%|
|Appearance||White or almost white crystal|
- UV curable coating which formulated with photoinitiator is a new kind of environment-friendly product.
- By using photoinitiators, the UV curing process shows much better coating results with a beautiful high gloss, shining, and scratch resistance coating surface.