Tris(2,3-epoxy propyl) Isocyanurate
Triglycidyl isocyanurate is a white powder or granule; melting at 95oC (in case of 97% purity). It is a mixture of two diastereomersa (alpha, and beta). Molten triglycidyl isocyanurate reacts rapidly with primary and secondary amines, carboxylic acids and anhydrides, thiols, phenols and alcohols. It may undergo autopolymerization violently in case of heating to more than 120oC or in the presence of catalysts. It decomposes on combustion. It is widely used as a cross-linking agent or curing agent in powder coating industry. If a compound containing 4 - 10% triglycidyl isocyanurate is sprayed onto metal surfaces treated to a temperature about 200oC, chemically three-dimensional cross-linking will be occurred to provide durable and UV resist effectiveness. It is used also in the printed circuit board industry, electrical insulation and as a stabilizer in plastic industry.
Synonyms 1,3,5-Triglycidyl Isocyanurate
Tariff Code 2934.99.9000
Appearance White granules or powder
Formula Weight 297.264
Composition C(48.48%) H(5.09%) N(14.14%) O(32.29%)
Melting Point 90 - 125oC
Viscosity (120oC) < 100 CP
Chloroepoxy propane < 1.0%
Volatile matter < 1.0%
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