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Isocyanates are a group of chemical compounds that are used in many industrial applications due to their reactive and versatile properties. They are primarily used as starting materials for the production of polyurethanes, which are used in a wide range of products such as foams, paints, adhesives and coatings.

Although isocyanates are of great importance due to their industrial importance, they can also be harmful to health. Isocyanates can cause irritation and chemical burns to the skin, eyes and respiratory tract. They can also trigger an allergic reaction known as isocyanate lung disease. For this reason, it is important that isocyanates are handled with care and with proper safety precautions, especially when processed indoors.

Exposure to isocyanates can be minimized by taking appropriate safety measures such as using protective equipment such as gloves, goggles and respirators. Good ventilation and careful planning of work processes can also help reduce exposure to isocyanates. Overall, isocyanates are an important part of modern industry, but using them safely and responsibly is important to minimize health risks.

  • High reactivity: Fast assembly strength with high adhesive forces
  • Wide gap filling capacity
  • Excellent curing properties
  • Optimized time window between fusing time and assembly strength
  • When curing: no damage to the workpieces to be bonded, no volume shrinkage
  • Easy and quick to rework: sandable & recoatable
  • Suitable for interior and exterior use 
  • Moisture resistant, frost-proof, weather and aging resistant
  • High chemical resistance
  • Sold exclusively to professional users
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