AJICURE

Product list

Variety of AJICURE

Grade Type Softening
point
Dosage*1 Gel time*2 Curing
condition*3
Storage
stability*4
Remarks
PN-23 Amine adduct 100ºC 20(1~5) 4 min.(100ºC)
80ºC x 30 min.
1 month
Rapid cure at a low temp., resistant to heat
PN-23J Amine adduct 100ºC 20(1~5) 4 min.(100ºC)
80ºC x 30 min.
2 weeks Super-fine particles, rapid cure at a low temp., resistant to heat
PN-31 Amine adduct 115ºC
20(1~5) 5 min.(100ºC)
100ºC x 30 min.
2 months
Longer pot life with Bisphenol F epoxy resin, than PN-H
PN-H Amine adduct 115ºC 20(1~5) 5 min.(100ºC)
100ºC x 30 min.
2 months
Improved storage stability ahead of PN-23
PN-40 Amine adduct 110ºC 20(1~5) 6 min.(100ºC)
100ºC x 30 min.
3 months Stable pot life with Bisphenol F epoxy resin
PN-40J Amine adduct 110ºC 20(1~5) 4 min.(100ºC) 90ºC x 30 min.
1 month Super-fine particles imparting luster with longer pot life
PN-50 Amine adduct 115ºC 20(1~5) 7 min.(120ºC) 120ºC x 30 min.
4 months The most stable & longest storage stability.
Can be kneaded at 90ºC (stable at a high temp.)
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MY-24 Amine adduct 120ºC 20(1~5) 5 min.(100ºC) 100ºC x 60 min.
3 months Stable pot life, superior adhesiveness, luster
MY-H Amine adduct 130ºC 20(1~5) 5 min.(100ºC) 110ºC x 60 min.
4 months Improved pot life ahead of MY-24
MY-25 Amine adduct 130ºC 20(1~5) 12 min.(100ºC) 110ºC x 60 min.
4 months for automotive, and structural materials.
Regular Package: 25kg Fiber Drum
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VDH Hydrazide 120ºC 41 20min.(110ºC) 110ºC x 60 min.
1 week Materializes colorless transparent cured product with
thermal resistance
UDH Hydrazide 150ºC 48 8 min.(150ºC)
130ºC x 60 min.
1 month Generate less heat in curing, low elasticity
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AH-123 Complex 120ºC 45 5 min.(120ºC)
120ºC x 30 min.
1 month Flexible
AH-203 Complex 130ºC 25 5 min.(100ºC)
90ºC x 60 min.
1 month High shear bond strength, less coloration
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AH-154 DICY 200ºC 9 8 min.(150ºC)
150ºC x 60 min.
3 months Good hardness, thermal resistance
AH-162 DICY 200ºC 11 3 min.(150ºC) 150ºC x 60 min 3 months Superior pot life at high temperatures
*1 Dosage: against a certain dosage of liquid epoxy resin equivalent to 190 epoxy, dosage as accelerator is shown in parentheses ( )
*2 Gel time: measured by AJICURE mixture including a certain amount Bisphenol A epoxy resin equivalent to about 190 epoxy, determined temp is shown in parentheses ( )
*3 Curing condition: measured by AJICURE mixture including a certain amount of Bisphenol A epoxy resin equivalent to about 190 epoxy
*4 Storage stability: measured by AJICURE mixture including a certain amount of Bisphenol A epoxy resin equivalent to about 190 epoxy at 40ºC until the viscosity is double

Note: All technical data herein described corrected by AJICURE mixtures without any other additives and auxiliaries.


Test methods introduced for the technical data:

(1) Specific gravity : Using Beckmann's gravimeter
(2) Melting point : Using an automatic melting-point apparatus
(3) Particle size : Using a microtrac
(4) Viscosity :

JIS K 6833 (1980)--BH type viscometer

(rotor No.7 20 rpm, at 25ºC)

(5) Storage stability : JIS K 6833 (1980)-time to double
initial viscosity (at 40ºC)
(6) Gel time : Using Yasuda's gel timer
(with 2.5 g specimen)
( 7) Tg : TMA method
( 8) Shear bond strength : JIS K 6850 (1976) 25 mm x 12.5 mm mesh plateas substrate
( 9) Tensile strength/elongation : JIS K 6911 (1979)
(10) Volume resistance : JIS K 6911 (1979)
(11) Permittivity/dielectric tangent : JIS K 6911 (1979)
(12) Absorbency : JIS K 6911 (1979)