D.E.R. 3171 is a liquid epoxy resin with minimal crystallization tendency. It is a reaction product of epichlorohydrin and bisphenol A that does not contain reactive diluents, benzyl alcohol or solvents.
D.E.R. 3171 is a general purpose liquid epoxy resin. A wide variety of curing agents are available to cure this experimental liquid epoxy resins at ambient conditions. The most frequently used are aliphatic polyamines, polyamides, amidoamines, cycloaliphatic amines and modified versions of these curing agents. These systems are sometimes cured at an elevated temperature to improve selected properties such as chemical resistance and glass trnsition temperature. Elevated temperature cures are necessary and long post-cures are required to develop full end properties if anhydride or catalytic curing agents are employed.
- Liquid epoxy resin with minimal crystallization tendency
- A general purpose liquid epoxy resin that does not contain reactive diluents, benzyl alcohol, or solvents