Reducing photo initiator concentration or increase cure speed in UV/ LED curing and mitigating Oxygen inhibition.
Acrylated Amine primarily used as a hydrogen donor, or photo activator, in ultraviolet light (UV) curable coatings and inks. When used in formulations in combination with a photosensitizer (e.g. benzophenone). It provides rapid UV cure response in air by mitigating the effects of oxygen inhibition at the coating or ink surface. Unlike conventional tertiary amines such as N-methyldiethanolamine. Amino acrylate reacts to become part of the UV cured polymer, resulting in lower residual odor and improved moisture resistance. It also promotes adhesion to plastic substrates and lowers viscosity when used as a primary component in UV adhesives and coatings.