Manufacturing quality adhesive components requires raw materials of uncompromising purity. Their multiple applications place a considerable burden on their performance. The challenge is further heightened by the difficulty in synthesizing these molecules. These unique materials are capable of bridging the gap between hydrophilic and hydrophobic substrates.
- CAS# 70293-55-9
4-methacryloxyethyl trimellitic anhydride is an acidic monomer that can serve as a reactive primer in dental adhesive systems. 4-META is a high performance monomer that interacts with the tooth substrate, creating excellent adhesive bonds to dentin and enamel.
- CAS # 133736-31-9
The sodium salt of N-tolylglycine glycidyl methacrylate is an adhesive that bridges the gap between hydrophobic and hydrophilic substrates. Na Salt of NTG-GMA is TSCA listed and can be solubilized in acetone.
- CAS # 211810-95-6
The Magnesium Salt of this surface active monomer (NTG-GMA) offers double the functionality as the sodium salt of NTG-GMA along with improved color.
The sodium salt and magnesium salt of NTG-GMA are both adhesion promoting monomers that also function as a co-initiators due to their tertiary aromatic amine group.
- CAS # 51156-91-3
Pyromellitic Dimethacrylate has the ability to bond to various substrates when used alone or in conjunction with our Sodium or Magnesium NTG-GMA salts. Bis(2-Methacryloyloxyethyl) Pyromellitate is TSCA listed and promotes adhesion between metal and plastic substrates in anaerobic adhesives.
- CAS # 148019-46-9
Pyromellitic glycerol dimethacrylate is now available without any diluent. To use this neat material, simply add the desired quantity into the diluent of your choosing or directly into your formulation. PMGDM, also known as Bis (Glyceryl Dimethacrylate) Pyromellitate, can make an ideal adhesive system using its’ four methacrylate groups and two carboxylic acid groups to bond to various substrates.