Photoinitiator

About Project:

Photoinitiator

UV1173 & UV184

Description

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.

Typical Properties

UV1173
Chemical name 2-hydroxy-2-methylpropiophenone
Molecular formula C10H12O2
Property mp:4℃   bp:80-81℃
Assay 98.0% min
Appearance Colorless to pale yellow transparent liquid
UV184
Chemical Name  1-hydroxycyclohexyl phenyl ketone
Molecular formula  C13H16O2
Light transmittance 425nm≥98%   500nm≥99.0%
Melting point 46.0℃-50.0℃
VOC  ≤0.2%
Ash specification  ≤0.10%
Purity ≥99.0%
Appearance White or almost white crystal

Advantages

  • 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.

Posted on:

December 28, 2017

Client:

Themeforest