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Aromatic Diamines

Tri-iso distributes a wide range of aromatic polyamines that allow formulators to produce high quality polyureas.  Polyamines contain reactive amine (NH) groups which react with isocyanate (NCO) groups on isocyanates to form polyureas.  

Your Tri-iso Technical Sales Representative is available to assist you in the selection of the appropriate aromatic polyamine that will provide the specific properties you are trying to obtain. Click here to request a quote.

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Dorf Ketal Unilink 4100
Dorf Ketal Unilink 4100

Unilink 4100 is an aromatic secondary diamine curative (liquid) for polyurea and read more
Unilink 4100
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Dorf Ketal Unilink 4200
Dorf Ketal Unilink 4200

Unilink 4200 is a unique aromatic diamine originally developed by UOP as a chain read more
Unilink 4200
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Dorf Ketal Unilink 4230
Dorf Ketal Unilink 4230

Unilink 4230 is a liquid curing agent - balanced chain extension/crosslinking read more
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Lonza Lonzacure DETDA 80
Lonza Lonzacure DETDA 80

Aromatic Diamine Curative and Chain Extender for Polyurethane, Polyurea, Epoxies read more
Lonzacure DETDA 80
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Lonza Lonzacure DETDA 80 LC
Lonza Lonzacure DETDA 80 LC

Aromatic Diamine Curative and Chain Extender for Polyurethane, Polyurea, Epoxies read more
Lonzacure DETDA 80 LC
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There are several key characteristics which define what performance properties a given amine will impart in a given polyurea system.  These characteristics include: the type of polyamine selected (primary or secondary), the amine value  (NH value), Amine equivalent weight, molecular weight, and the functionality of the polyamine.  Aromatic polyamines are not UV stable and will discolor quickly whereas aliphatic polyamines can be used to produce light stable polyurea systems that are water-white clear.  Aromatic polyamines will offer enhanced chemical resistance and thermal resistance compared to aliphatic polyamines.

Primary amines react much faster than secondary amines (especially sterically-hindered secondary amines).

Amine number (NH ) is the measure of the amine group content of gram of polyamine.  Amine value is measured by titrating a known mass of polyamine against hydrochloric acid, and is expressed as mg KOH/g.  Lower amine values indicates lower amine content and a higher molecular weight for the overall polyamine.

Amine equivalent weight is the number of grams of a given product that contains one equivalent of  amine groups (NH).  Equivalent weight = 56100/Amine

Molecular Weight is determined by multiplying the equivalent weight by the amine functionality

Amine functionality refers to the number of NH groups per  molecule.  Increasing the number of NH groups results in greater crosslinking.  Greater crosslinking yields stiffer, harder products with enhanced chemical and thermal resistance. 

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