Additives, Modifiers, Accelerators

RoyOxyTM Accelerators, Plasticizers and Additives

Product Name
Color (Gardner)
Amine Value mgKOH/g
Viscosity @ 25° C (cP)
Applications/Comments
RAA 13
Max 1
400 - 420
10
BDMA (benzyl dimethylamine) is an accelerator used in combination with polyamide, anhydride or dicyandiamide (DICY) curing agents. It can also be used as a catalyst for polyurethane foams.
RAA 3052
Max 7
A latent epoxy curing agent or a latent accelerator for anhydride cured epoxy resins. Offers excellent latency at temperatures up to 80°C and high reactivity at temperatures above 120°C
RAA 3054
Max 6
61-635
120-250
DMP-30 tris-(dimethylaminomethyl)phenol, is a tertiary amine used to accelerate the cure of epoxy resins. It is compatible with a wide variety of curing agents, but is most commonly used with polyamides and amidoamines.
RAA 3056
Max 6
350 - 400
15 - 25
DMP-10 dimethylaminomethylphenol. It is similar to RoyOxy RAA 3054 curing agent in its behavior but is less reactive.
RAA 3057
Max 2
180 - 190
Solid
A modified amine used as an accelerator for DICY cured systems but can be used alone as a latent curing agent especially in one-component adhesives, prepregs, film adhesives and potting & casting. It is a micronized power that can be easily dispersed in liquid epoxy resins.
RAA 3059
Max 50 (APHA)
2.95 - 3.00 @ 100° C
Para Tertiary Butyl Phenol can be used as an accelerator for epoxy resin systems. It can replace phenol in certain systems which then can be classified as “phenol free”.
RAA 3060
Max 20 (APHA)
Benzyl Alcohol is an aromatic alcohol accelerator for epoxy formulations
RAA 444 EG
Max 30 (APHA)
1000 - 2000
Nonyl Phenol is used in a variety of products and processes including resin and rubber additives, lubricating oil and grease additives, wetting and anti-foaming agents, epoxy resins, and surfactants.
BPA
Max 20 (APHA)
Minimum 99.8
Solid
Polycarbonate grade of Bisphenol A. It can be used as a raw material both for polycarbonate and epoxy applications. Products made with BPA are lightweight, transparent and exhibit good impact and heat resistance.
Product Name
Color (APHA)
Acid Value (KOH mg/g)
Purity (%)
Applications/Comments
RAA 3058
Max 25
Max 0.2
Min 99
(DBP) A general purpose plasticizer for epoxy, polyurethane and PVC applications. Compatible with a wide variety of systems.
RAA 3067
Max 25
Max 0.05
Min 99
(DINP) is a commonly used plasticizer for epoxy, polyurethane and PVC applications.
RAA 3068
Max 25
Max 0.05
Min 99.5
(DOTP) is an o-phthalate free plasticizer that can replace more toxic phthalates like DOP for epoxy, polyurethane and PVC applications.
RAA 3069
Max 20
Max 0.03
Min 99
(DIDP replacement) is a o-phthalate free plasticizer with excellent electrical properties. A drop-in replacement for DIDP in various applications.
Product Name
Appearance & Assay (%)
Boiling Point °C
PHR
Applications/Comments
RAA 3050
Viscous Liquid Crystals/96 Min
292 - 295
1 - 4
2-Ethyl 4-Methyl Imidazole (2,4-EMI) is used at a level of 1-4 phr with anhydride cured bisphenol-A resins.
RAA 3051
Off White Crystal/99 Min
267 - 268
.07 - 0.1
2-Methyl Imidazole (2-MI) is recommended particularly as an accelerator with DICY for curing bisphenol-A and brominated bisphenol-A epoxy resins to make laminates for printed wiring boards conforming to NEMA G-10 and FR-4 specifications.
RAA 3053
Pale Yellow Crystals/99.5 Min
197 - 200
0.5 - 1
Imidazole, used at a level of 1-3 phr, is an excellent accelerator for DICY. It gives very rapid acceleration.
RAA 3055
Colorless Liquid/99 Min
197 - 200
0.5 - 1
1-Methyl Imidazole (1-MI) is used as an accelerator at a level of about 1 phr mainly with anhydride cured Bisphenol-A, Bisphenol-F and cycloaliphatic epoxy resins for casting and filament winding.
Product Name
Total Anhydride Content (wt %)
Acid Value(mg KOH/g)
Melting Point (°C)
Applications/Comments
RAA 3063
> 98
> 873
>164
Trimellitic Anhydride. White crystal appearance.

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