Bomar® specialty urethane acrylates are important to the formulation of UV/EB and LED light-curable adhesives because they provide high-performance, functionality, and a range of mechanical properties to the chemistry, such as improved adhesion, flexibility, resilience, hydrolytic stability, good weatherability, and toughness.
Formulators can select the oligomer with the properties they need to develop an adhesive with the desired qualities required for the application.
Bomar acrylated urethanes are utilized in the formulation of optically clear laminating and pressure-sensitive adhesives for labels and decals. They are also used to create adhesives used in automotive headlamps, potting and encapsulation of electronic components, bonding small parts, and medical adhesives.
Bomar oligomers can be used to formulate a range of adhesives. These adhesives include pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSA), potting resins and encapsulants, medical device adhesives, laminating adhesives, and industrial adhesives. When formulated as an adhesive, Bomar oligomers are excellent as an adhesion promoter or reactive tackifier, improving adhesion to a variety of substrates. They also provide excellent mechanical properties, giving the adhesive desired characteristics like toughness or flexibility. Our oligomers provide several advantages compared to epoxy, 2K, CA, and solvent-based additives. These advantages include productivity and speed, long pot-life, single component, consistency, improved fixturing and dry/cure process.
Use our Oligomer Product Finder to sort and compare products by backbone chemistry, reactive group, and viscosity. Products can also be refined by flexibility, weatherability, water absorption, abrasion, INCI or tin-free properties.
A material that offers a balance of toughness and flexibility for roof and floor coatings.
Ideal candidate for adhesion promoter, reactive tackifier, or optically clear UV-PSAs.
Good surface cure and high elongation for 3D printing resins, plastic adhesives, and gaskets.
Increases flexibility and enhances adhesion to plastic substrates in UV adhesive applications.
Excellent candidate for consideration in UV light curable PSAs as a reactive tackifier.
Non-yellowing oligomer that enhances flexibility and improves adhesion to unusual substrates.
Exhibits hydrolytic stability and has high tensile strength for use in impact-resistant coatings.
Aliphatic polyether urethane acrylate with a high molecular weight and theoretical 1.3 functionality.
High bond strength, low color oligomer used to formulate many different UV adhesive applications.
Excellent plastics adhesion and hydrophobicity for temperature-resistant coatings and resins.
Ultra-low water absorption for moisture-sensitive or hydrophobic applications.
An oligomer with strong bond strength, hydrolytic stability, and adhesion to diverse substrates.
Low viscosity equivalent to BR-582 offering an excellent combination of toughness and flexibility.
Excellent flexibility, tensile strength, and adhesion to various substrates. For PSA, coatings, inks.
Low molecular weight, fast curing oligomer with high tensile strength, and moderate elongation.
Stable dispersion of discrete functionalized carbon nanotubes in urethane dimethacrylate (UDMA), BR-952, which can be used in rigid, high tensile strength SLA, DLP, or jettable resins.
Can be used effectively in performance coating applications needing a greater degree of flexibility.
Bomar partners with all size companies searching for a reliable and knowledgeable raw chemical contract manufacturing partner. Our 30+ years of experience manufacturing oligomers and resins, intermediate coatings, and other chemical materials gives us the technical background and expertise needed for successful toll manufacturing relationships.
Dymax designs and manufacturers dispense and light-curing systems. These systems are optimized to work seamlessly with Bomar oligomers to gain process efficiencies by delivering rapid surface cure, depth of cure, and speed of cure in an economical way.
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