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"Structured" urethane acrylate oligomer architectures and patented use of controlled
polymer architecture to tailor materials properties

An innovative technology enabling unique performance profiles

Introducing structured urethane acrylates (SUA), a new class of acrylated urethane oligomers to help enhance and extend end properties of cured materials.

Unlike traditional urethane acrylates which are primarily end-functional (telechelic), the new SUA contain acrylate groups both on the oligomer ends and along the backbone of the resin (pendant). 

Key Benefits

  • Customizable properties
  • Balanced performance
  • Improved toughness
  • Fast time to market
  • Fast regulatory compliance

Download the technical bulletin: Structured Urethane Acrylates

Access exclusive content, including:

  • Detailed explanation of this new SUA technology 
  • Physical property comparison of SUA and UA products
  • Application data for inkjet formulations


Watch the webinar recording

Structured Urethane Acrylates and The Use of Controlled Polymer Architecture to Tailor Material Properties (SUA+) by Dr. Donald Herr

  • Newly developed synthetic pathways to “structured” urethane acrylate resins that possess both telechelic and pendant acrylate groups.
  • Data from our studies of how this novel polymer architecture impacts basic cured material properties such as modulus, elongation and shrinkage.
  • Examples describing the use of these new structured resins in formulated systems.

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