UV

In the main, our skills are based upon the technologies and fields of polymer chemistry
reacting under ultra-violet light.

UV radicals

The exposure of the varnishes to UV light provokes the creation of free-radicals, which lock onto the double bonds, triggering irreversible, strong polymerisation.

This chemistry is particularly appreciated for the speed of the reactions and performance levels.

It is a scalable chemistry, with a sustainable future due to its intrinsic qualities for numerous applications in the field of the environment.


Cationic UV

The exposure of the varnishes to UV light provokes the creation of super-acids, activating epoxy grouping, triggering irreversible, strong polymerisation.

This type of chemistry is interesting for applications to metals, aluminium, brass, as well as for inks and varnishes used for screen-printing onto packaging.

The adhesive qualities and resistance are the major advantages of this chemical technique.


Traditional chemistry

We still have an open mind on other specialist chemical techniques, such as encapsulated resins, polyurethanes, epoxy.

 

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