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November 2003
Bakelite introduces lower hazard curing agents

Bakelite AG (Iserlohn-Letmathe, Germany) premieres its new nonylphenol-free Bakelite curing agents for epoxy resin systems, which replace the nonylphenol diluent, now under scrutiny as a health hazard (particularly in Scandanavia), with alternative raw materials currently considered less questionable. New

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Posted on: 11/1/2003
High-Performance Composites

Bakelite AG (Iserlohn-Letmathe, Germany) premieres its new nonylphenol-free Bakelite curing agents for epoxy resin systems, which replace the nonylphenol diluent, now under scrutiny as a health hazard (particularly in Scandanavia), with alternative raw materials currently considered less questionable. New nonylphenol-free EPH 530 and EPH 541 curing agents will provide an alternative for existing EPH 550 and EPH 551 agents. EPH 05212 and EPH 05324 curing agents will replace EPH 585 and EPH 586 formulations. Select 222

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