Excellent all-purpose in-can stabilizer, acts as a polymerization inhibitor and improves shelf-life of UV curable formulations.
NEW GENOMER*5695 - Great performance in LED formulations
GENORAD* 41 is a new adhesion promoter for difficult substrates such as metal, glass and plastics, it is typically used in concentrations from 1% to 5%.
New launched GENOMER* 3457 and GENOMER* 3480 are two amine-modified polyether acrylates. GENOMER* 3457 features high reactivity, good scratch and solvent resistance. GENOMER* 3480 is offering fast cure, excellent flexibility and high gloss and low yellowing.
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Please find here the latest issue of the RAHN UV news No. 47.
Read here RAHN article: "'Formulating Energy-Curable Laminating Adhesives" published in ASI Adhesives & Sealants Industries in the September issue.
Have a look at the latest issue of our RAHN UV-News No 46.
This guideline is especially designed to inform and help people who use UV/EB resin systems. They are perfectly safe when basic precautions are taken. This guideline describes the main situations where there is a risk of contact with acrylate systems, and offers information for the safe handling of these products.
Please find the latest issue of our UV news no. 45.
RAHN in the media. Read article in Packaging & Converting Intelligence Journal Collaborate and cure
Please find here the latest issue of RAHN UV News.
Please find here the latest issue for 2015 of RAHN UV News No 43.
Below is a link to our archive of previously published electronic newsletters
RAHN in the media. Read article in Packaging & Converting Intelligence Journal Photoinitiators meet demands for low migration and odour
RAHN in the media. Read article in Paint & Coatings Industry Magazine. UV/LED Photoinitiator and Cure Study. Comprehensive test and comparison of various Photoinitiators for UV / LED application. Link to PCI Mag
RAHN in the media. Read article in Packaging & Converting Intelligence Journal. Meet the challenge of food contact compliance. The regulatory environment for printing inks that come into indirect contact with food is continually changing.
New EnergyCuring Product Guide
This guide includes our most successfully used and commercially fully supported products. If your requirements cannot be met with any of these products, please contact us directly to help you find a solution.
10.04.2018 - 12.04.2018
Andreas Möck will held a speech with the topic "UV curing technology - benefits, chemistries and trends.
RAHN’s product range recommended for different vat photopolymerization processes (e.g. SLA, DLP) and other 3D printing methods.
This Lab Report discusses oligomers and photoinitiator types and includes a detailed UV/LED benchmark study.
Report outlines requirements needed to develop a UV curing ink series for state-of-the-art flexographic presses
Report addresses key subjects of shrinkage in UV/EB cured formulations.
Formulation optimization is necessary to determine the maximum adhesive quality of coating on substrate
Lab Report Oligomer Screening
Lab Report describes how Photoinitiators for UV–LED can be chosen and mixed to provide good cure response, especially where pigments and fillers interfere with light absorption. This Lab Report compares photoinitiators choices with traditional mercury lamp curing and UV LED curing for clear coats as well as pigmented systems.
Laminating adhesives (LAs) comprise a relevant and growing segment among energy curable product markets. Initially regarded as being too expensive and not technically advanced enough for laminating applications, energy curable LA products have become major players in the converting and packaging industries, particularly in specialty applications.
Formulating of UV inkjet inks is a difficult challange to achieve adhesion, flow and printablity performance attributes needed.
Report discusses the relationship of two different abrasion resistance test methods
Report provide applicable starting point formulas
Report outlines oligomer performances for EB cured laminating film combinations
Report focuses on product evaluation in terms of physical parameters and lithographic performance relevant to UV curing offset inks
Effects of oligomer and monomer selection on the performance of EB cured coatings
Please read our latest product flash about bio renewable contents in RAHN products.
Versatility at Low Viscosity - Polyether Acrylates
Polymeric Photoinitiators for Food Packaging
In-can Stabilizer for UV Metallic Inks
Cost Effective Urethane Acrylates
Product Flash ACMO
Product Flash Printed Electronics
UV Curing Matt Coatings
Reactive diluents product line presentation with mechanical properties
RAHN is a premier worldwide supplier of additives, oligomers, monomers, photoinitiators and other customized specialty chemicals. Our products are used in ultraviolet and electron beam cure technologies and are essential components of high performance inks, coatings, adhesives, medical, rapid prototyping and other applications. The range of products are established under the trademarks GENOMER*, GENORAD*, GENOCURE* and GENOPOL* and are widely used industry standards.
The company’s philosophy is based on a high level of customer support with cutting edge technical data combined with up-to-date health, safety and regulatory information. With two laboratories in Switzerland and the USA, RAHN has the ability to provide local customized solutions and expertise in various application fields.
In the product development and product application areas RAHN supports its clients with more than 30 years of experience in radiation curing.
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