- BM99 resin is a methacrylate copolymer with high heat resistant property.
- BM99 possesses a lower molecular weight but higher glass transition temperature. It offers exceptional pigment dispersion and high temperature resistance properties.
- Since BM99 has low solubility, it is recommended to immerse it into ketones with an appropriate heat to speed up the dissolveing process.
- BM99 resin is commonly used in coatings and printing inks where high temperature resistance are required.
|Appearance||clear pellets or white powders|
|Molecular Weight (MW)||ASTM D-3593||g/mol||20,000|
|Specific Gravity (25°C)||ASTM D-792||-||1.19|
|Glass Transition Temp (Tg)||ASTM D-3418||°C||120|
|Softening Point||ASTM D-36||°C||196|
|Inherent Viscosity (IV)||ASTM D-2857||-||-|
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