- Coatings, paints & inks
Bayhydur® PU coatings look good and work great
Bayhydur® / Bayhydrol® waterborne polyurethane coatings provide the high level of protection and appealing appearance expected from conventional solventborne systems. They also have very low solvent content and significantly reduced solvent emissions so they're better for the environment too.
Bayhydur® water-dispersible aliphatic hydrophilically modified polyisocyanate crosslinkers from Covestro are extremely versatile. They are widely used for the formulation of water-based polyurethanes for adhesives, automotive coatings, can and coil coatings, construction and flooring coatings, glass coatings, industrial coatings, OEM primer surfacers, plastic coatings, pigmented coatings, printing inks, and wood coatings. In addition, Bayhydur® crosslinkers are easily dispersed in the aqueous phase, even at the low shear forces often used for industrial coatings. Coatings based on our Bayhydur® polyisocyanate crosslinkers also provide, strong chemical resistance, good impact resistance, high gloss, low haze and éxcellent physical properties.
- Bayhydur® ultra 2487/1
- Hydrophilic aliphatic polyisocyanate based on hexamethylene diisocyanate (HDI). Hardener for waterborne two-component polyurethane systems.
- Bayhydur® ultra 304
- Hydrophilically modified, aliphatic polyisocyanate based on hexamethylene diisocyanate (HDI). As the hardener/binder component for high-quality waterborne polymer dispersions and as an additive to improve the property level of waterborne coating and adhesive systems.
- Bayhydur® ultra 3100
- Hydrophilic aliphatic polyisocyanate based on hexamethylene diisocyanate (HDI). As the hardener component for high-quality aqueous two-component polyurethane systems and as an additive to improve the property profile of aqueous coating and adhesive systems.
- Durable: Creates protective, impact- and chemical resistant surfaces.
- Attractive: Offers high gloss, low haze good looks.
- Sustainable: Low solvent content and significantly reduced solvent emissions.