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Polyvinyl butyral resins (PVB)

 

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MOWITAL® – THE PVB FOR EVERY CHALLENGE


From paints and printing inks, to adhesives, ceramics, films and 3D printing: Polyvinyl butyral resins (PVB) are extremely important in many areas today. With Mowital®, Kuraray offers a unique portfolio of PVB materials. Thanks to their specific butyral, hydroxyl and acetate groups, they feature technical and chemical properties that are ideally tailored to a wide range of applications. Benefit from the versatility and quality of European market leader for technical PVB applications Kuraray that set standards across the globe.
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MOWITAL® THIN FILM – OUR SPECIALIZED INTERLAYER


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Kuraray is a world leader in speciality polymers. The wide-ranging properties of our PVBs make them suitable for top class applications in many areas. Mowital® is the trademark for a broad range of different polyvinyl butyrals (PVB) marketed by Kuraray. We constantly strive to optimize our product properties and develop innovative new applications. Our range of products includes Mowital® Thin Film, a novel PVB film - based on Mowital® resin - with excellent bonding power for use as a thermoplastic interlayer. Mowital® Thin Film can be used to laminate different materials, including multi-layer composites comprising a variety of substrates.
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MOWITAL® G – GRANULATED PVB MATERIALS


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With Mowital® G you can streamline your plastic processing. The granules are also suitable for injection molding and extrusion, helping reduce dust formation in your production. Mowital® materials feature an extremely low moisture content of less than 0.5 percent and are compatible with numerous plastics, such as polymethylmethacrylate, polyamide and polyvinyl chloride – ideal for producing 3D print filaments and for adhesive applications.
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