Cytec launches new urethane acrylate consumer electronics

Cytec launches new urethane acrylate for consumer electronics

12:10 PM, 18th June 2011
Cytec launches new urethane acrylate for consumer electronics

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: With the increased use of tactile screens in the consumer electronic industry, Cytec Industries Inc has introduced a newly developed urethane acrylate for consumer electronics. The product, EBECRYL 8100, is specially designed to meet the growing demand for easily cleanable protective coatings for tactile screens. It combines easy-to-clean properties with best-in-class surface protection for functional and decorative coatings.

“Fingerprints are a very complex mixture of oils, fatty acids, water and salts and they can spoil attractive design. Different from other solutions in the market, our UV curable EBECRYL 8100 provides an active functionality which is chemically linked to the acrylate backbone and therefore provides easy-to-clean and anti-fingerprint properties,” said Benoit De Becker, Global Marketing Director, Cytec Industries.

“Our innovation efforts do not stop here. We are working on other anti-fingerprint and easy-cleanable grades that we will add to the portfolio, including a proprietary experimental development based on waterborne technology,” informed Benoit De Becker.

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