Acrylic Resins

Acrylic resins feature excellent transparency and durability, and are used in a broad range of applications from consumer items like lenses to industrial products like molding materials, coatings and adhesives. In addition, acrylic resins are also used in other areas, such as binders for paper/fiber processing, PC screens, display windows for cellular phones and light guide panels for liquid crystal display (LCD) backlights.
Due to their excellent durability and weatherability as coating materials, acrylic resins are used extensively in applications such as automotive, architectural and plastic coatings.

General Characteristics of Acrylic Resins

  • Appearance (gloss, build)
  • Weather resistance
  • Adhesion
  • Transparency
  • Hardness
  • Heat resistance
  • Chemical resistance
  • Water resistance
  • Workability

DIC Acrylic Resins


Binders are used in fields that include fiber processing for nonwoven fabrics, paper processing, and glass fiber processing. Processing suitability such as thickening or foaming can also be added through the use of additives.

Adhesives/Adhesive Ingredients

Widely used in many applications including tape, labels and optical uses.

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