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TAKENATE™ (Diisocynates, Polyurethane Curing Agent)

Mitsui Chemicals offers TAKENATE™, high performance specialty isocyanates: 

  • TAKENATE™ 500 (Xylylene Diisocyanate - XDI)
  • TAKENATE™ 600 (Hydrogenated XDI - H6XDI)
  • TAKENATE™ D-110N (XDI adduct polymer)
  • TAKENATE™ D-120N (H6XDI adduct polymer)





TAKENATE™ 500 and 600

TAKENATE 500/TAKENATE D-110N have higher production efficiency than HDI, IPDI, better yellowing resistance than TDI and MDI, superior adhesion to a wide variety substrates, lower gas barrier, high reflective index and heat resistance. In the US, FDA sanction for use in food packaging adhesives under Non-Food Contact.

TAKENATE 600/TAKENATE 120N have numerous manufacturing and performance advantages including compatibility with various polyols, higher production efficiency than IPDI, excellent yellowing resistance and hardness, heat resistance and toughness better than HDI.




Comparison of Yellowing and Reactivity





The monomers, TAKENATE 500 and TAKENATE 600 are used in a variety of applications, such as raw materials for synthesis of resins for various CASE raw material and for PUD and UV Synthesis. Examples include PUD synthesis for metal and wood coating, coating resin synthesis for marine and wood coating and UV resin for 3C coatings.

TAKENATE D-110N and TAKENATE 120N are ideal for use as 2K curatives for coatings and ink applications. Application examples for TAKENATE™ D-110N include information and electronic appliances, automotive interiors and ink curatives. TAKENATE™ 120N is used in applications such as back sheet film for solar cell, automotive interiors and as an outdoor sealant.



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