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Desmophen® C 2202

Desmophen C 2202 is a linear aliphatic polycarbonate diol with terminal hydroxyl groups and an average molecular weight of approximately 2,000 g/mol. Desmophen C 2202 is used to manufacture solid polyurethane elastomers that have a good resistance against hydrolysis and hot air.

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Product Types

  • Polycarbonate diol

Material

Coatings, paints & inks
Weather resistant, Flexible, Elastic
Adhesives
Solvent-free

General Characterization

Desmophen C 2202 is a linear aliphatic polycarbonate diol with terminal hydroxyl groups and an average molecular weight of approximately
2,000 g/mol.
Desmophen C 2202 is used to manufacture solid polyurethane elastomers that have a good resistance against hydrolysis and hot air.

Storage Conditions

Desmophen C 2202 should be stored in tightly sealed original containers and protected from moisture, heat, and foreign materials. Desmophen C 2202 is hygroscopic. Recommended storage temperature is 0º-30ºC.

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Technical Properties & Datasheets

Characteristics

Property Name Test Method Unit Value
Viscosity 125^oC mPa∙s approx. 450
Density 125^oC g/cm^3 approx. 1.04
Water content (applies only to the solidified product in drums and to tanker deliveries) % by weight 0.05
Solidification range °C 39 - 52
Flash point °C approx. 236
Density 70^oC g/cm^3 approx. 1.08
Density 20^oC g/cm^3 approx. 1.3
Hydroxyl number mg KOH/g approx. 56.1

Specifications

Property Name Test Method Unit Value
Viscosity 75^oC mPa∙s 2,050 ± 750
Hydroxyl content % 1.7 ± 0.2
Color value (Hazen) ≤ 150
Acid number mg KOH/g ≤ 0.2

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Technical Data Sheet
Safety Data Sheet
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