CAD-2000 polyether amine is a member of a family of polyamines having repeat oxypropylene units in the backbone. It is a difunctional primary amine with an average molecular weight of about 2000. Its amine groups are located on secondary carbon atoms at the ends of an aliphatic polyether chain. It is light in colour and low in viscosity. Its vapor pressure is extremely low. CAD-2000 polyether amine is completely miscible in a wide variety of solvents. It is, however, only slightly soluble in water. It undergoes reactions typical primary amines. Because of its unique structure, it has found wide use in polyurethane and polyurea applications due to its fast reacting nature with isocyanates. In addition, it has found application and in conjunction with other polyamines, CAD-2000 formulated systems exhibit enhanced peel strengths.
Polyether amine D-400 is a low colour, low viscosity polypropylene glycol (PPG)-based polyether amine. Acts as a curing agent for epoxy resins. Used in polyurethanes and thermoplastic polyamide adhesives. It is an epoxy curing agent. It provides increased flexibility and toughness. The D-400 Polyether amine can be used in polyurethanes, polyurea, and thermoplastic polyamide adhesives. Salts may be formed for use in cutting fluids.
D230 is a colourless to yellow liquid with an amine-like odour. It is a difunctional primary amine. Its main chain is consisted of repeating oxypropylene units. The average molecular weight of Polyether Amine D230 is about 230. It is a kind of poly – propylene oxide compound, which is mainly composed of primary amino groups. Low viscosity, low chroma, low vapor pressure. It is most significantly useful as an epoxy curing agent. It’s used in leads to give tough, clear, impact-resistant coatings, castings, and adhesives.