Cardolite® NT - 1515X70

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Cardolite® NT-1515X70 is a xylene solution of a high-viscosity polyamide, designed for use with solid or liquid epoxy resins. Its epoxy resin systems are used in maintenance coatings and primers because of their excellent corrosion resistance and adhesion properties. This product is also useful in adhesive applications.

Functions: Curing Agent

Chemical Family: Polyamides

End Uses: Primer, Top Coat

Compatible Polymers & Resins: Epoxies (EP)

Features: Corrosion Resistance, Excellent Adhesion, High Viscosity

Synonyms: Amines, polyethylenepoly-, reaction products with C18-unsatd. fatty acid dimers

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Appearance
Amber liquid
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Color8.0GardnerASTM D1544
Thin Film Dry Hard Times (at 25°C)²10hours-
Viscosity (at 40°C)4.0 - 6.0PASTM D2196
Amine Value 159 - 175mg KOH/gASTM D2074
Theoretical Active Hydrogen Equivalent (AHEW)⁽¹⁾283.0--
Solid Content69 - 71wt.%ASTM D2369-
Density (at 25°C)0.934kg/lASTM D1475
Flash Point27.0°CASTM D93
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⁽¹⁾ Based on total product weight
⁽²⁾ 200 micron with liquid epoxy (EEW 190)

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Shelf Life
12 months
Stability and Storage

Cardolite products may absorb moisture and carbon dioxide when left in open containers, which could result in increased viscosity, discoloration, reduction of reactivity, and/or crystallization of the products. These products should be kept tightly sealed in their original containers when not in use, and stored in a cool, dry place.