Yes. As both are polyurethane dispersion acrylates, they can be combined for coating formulations. The physical performance of combined coating should be in between of each of them. For example, the hardness of the coating after UV cure should be lower than Resin A but higher than Resin B. In addition, we recently found the drying performance of Resin A can be improved by adding small amount of Resin B. will be mainly used for floor and furniture applications, for example cabinet door. Yes, water-based UV systems have ...
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