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Methylcyclohexyl diamine (MCDA), is a cycloaliphatic diamine epoxy hardener, and, like isophorone diamine (IPDA), (3) is well suited to flooring applications; MCDA has a lower viscosity than IPDA, which is also well known for its low viscosity.
Isophorone diamine (Baxxodur[R] EC 201, amine hardener equivalent weight 42.6 g/mol) and methylcyclohexyl diamine (Baxxodur[R] EC 210, amine hardener equivalent weight 32 g/mol) were obtained from BASF SE.
Ulrich Kusthardt, head of Evonik's Coatings & Additives business unity, noted that "The new isophorone and isophorone diamine facilities shall expand our current capacity; strengthen our position in the market; and drive the coating, adhesive, construction, and composites industr(ies) to the next level in Asia."
Isophorone and isophorone diamine, isophorone diisocyanate, and their derivatives are used in the production of industrial flooring, artificial leather, and paints and coatings.
liquid epoxy resin 482.5 2 241.3 C12/13 Monoepoxy Monoepoxide diluent 286.0 1 286.0 IPDA Isophorone diamine 170.4 4 42.6 n-Amyl Amine n-amyl amine 87.2 2 43.6 DM-EDA N, N-dimethyl ethylene diamine 88.2 2 44.1 n-DDA n-dodecyl amine 185.4 2 92.7 BzOH Benzyl alcohol 108.0 0 0 MWt: Molecular weight, f.
Isophorone and isophorone diamine are used in the production of industrial flooring as well as in paints and coatings.
Isophorone and isophorone diamine, isophorone diisocyanate and their derivatives are important components for the production of industrial flooring, artificial leather and paints and coatings.
Isophorone and isophorone diamine are important components in the production of industrial flooring as well as paints and coatings, for example.
Evonik Industries will build world-scale plants for producing isophorone and isophorone diamine. It is investing more than [euro] 100 million in the plants, which are scheduled to go onstream in the first quarter of 2014.
The group plans to commission new isophorone and isophorone diamine plants in China in 2013, and July 2011 will see the groundbreaking ceremony for a new laboratory building at the Essen Goldschmidt site.
Evonik Industries has announced plans to construct a new production plant for isophorone and isophorone diamine. The company reports that a suitable site is currently being sought, and economic and strategic market factors play an important role in this decision.
Isophorone is used mainly as a solvent in the formulation of industrial paints, derivatives such as isophorone diamine and isophorone diisocyanate also find use in solvent free coatings for industrial flooring and in the production of light-and weather-stable automotive paint.