Polymer powders to create haptic, visual and functional properties of surfaces.

Structuring agents

Deuteron structuring agents open up many possibilities for the structuring of your surfaces. Based on polymethyl urea resin or copolyester/polyamide, they enable you to achieve high-quality effects in your surfaces in both functional and aesthetic terms. Because of their advantages over conventional structuring agents, our polymethyl urea resin structuring agents in particular are used all over the world to produce a wide range of modifications. Profit from the versatile application possibilities our structuring agents offer for designing your surfaces.

Our Structuring Agents at a glance

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Solvent / Reactive thinner
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Elastomer
Water
30
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PMU
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53
HDPE
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150
220
Polyamide
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170
260
CoPolyester
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320
460
HDPE
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60
100
CoPolyester
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640
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PMU
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22
34
PMU
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45
72
PMU
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11
19
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46

Our structuring agents at a glance

The structuring agents of our Deuteron ST range can be used in all solvent-based and solvent-free coatings and in aqueous systems. Thus practically all areas of the haptic, visual and functional modification of surfaces are covered.

We currently offer 5 types in our Deuteron ST range, based on polymethyl urea resin. Deuteron ST-S, ST and ST-L represent three basic types of different grades of coarseness. Deuteron ST-G and ST-M are ground types that are suited to particularly fine and elegant surface effects. Additionally, the coarser particle ranges are complemented by the thermoplastic Deuteron ST50, ST100, ST125, ST250 and ST500 structuring agents.

Your advantages at a glance

  • No melting point (only thermoset types)
  • Temperature resistant up to 200 °C
  • Highly transparent
  • “Relatively” high hardness
  • Soft effects (fine types)
  • Anti-slip effects (coarse types)
  • Friction reduction (fine types)
  • Coarse matting
  • Decoration (e.g. frost effects)
  • Unrolling and anti-blocking effects
  • Boosts and complements other effects pigments