Specialty acrylate resins
Sartomer offers a broad range of specialty acrylate monomers and oligomers for UV, EB, LED, peroxide and amine cure applications and for copolymerization. The product line includes acrylate monomers, epoxy acrylates, urethane acrylates, polyester acrylates, and acrylated acrylics and other performance products.
These specialty resins offer a wide range of properties to help formulators achieve advanced performance such as:
- Abrasion, chemical, water, stain resistance
- Hardness, toughness
- Pigment wetting
- Weatherability, etc.
Specialty resins based on renewable raw materials
With the Sarbio® product line based on renewable raw materials, Sartomer builds on the groundwork established by the traditional specialty acrylates and methacrylates performance and continuously opens new possibilities to customers to develop innovative formulations with improved carbon footprint.
Sartomer offers a full range of specialized photoinitiators for UV free radical and cationic curing under the LambsonTM product line. These products are valued for their applicability across all key UV curing technologies ranging from 3D printing, specialty coatings, adhesives, and printing inks to automotive, electronics, composites and packaging industries.
Sartomer offers specialty monomers and oligomers to promote fast cure speed and excellent adhesion for a variety of applications. The product offering includes:
- Sarbox® oligomers in the form of aromatic acid (meth)acrylate half ester blends in solvent or monomer
- Specialty polyester acrylates
- Specialty chlorinated polyester acrylates
- Acid functional (meth)acrylates.
UV-curable solutions for 3D printing
With the N3xtDimension® line of liquid resins for UV-curable 3D printing, Sartomer offers an integrated portfolio of solutions:
- Custom formulations
- Engineered resins for a targeted performance
- Oligomers, monomers, cationic resins, photoinitiators, and additives
These specialty resins for 3D printing processes help additive manufacturers achieve exceptional freedom of performance design, high resolution, wave-length independency and enhanced processability. They also fulfill performance and regulatory requirements for a wide range of industrial uses such as medical, dental, electronics and sporting goods applications.