UV e-News June 2021       
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Good thing takes time. We can now announce the TSCA registration of our very successful and unique GENOMER* 4277 to our customers in America.

GENOMER* 4277 is a unique, difunctional, aliphatic urethane methacrylate. Great performance for a variety of applications, including 3D printing, clear and pigmented coatings.

GENOMER* 4277 provides films with extraordinary toughness and clarity and an excellent balance of mechanical properties.
Sustainability at RAHN

The term sustainability is everywhere in today's corporate world. In order to address the topics in a more systematic and transparent way, the RAHN sustainability initiative was launched at the beginning of 2020. As we want our efforts to be measurable in different dimensions, we are summarizing and documenting our approach towards sustainability in an annual report. RAHN's primary mission as a commercial entity is to build a long-term viable business that creates value for all stakeholders, customers, employees, shareholders and society as a whole. But at the same time, we can make smart choices about how we want to conduct our business.

Our initiative will be a continuous one, with an annual reporting on our progress. Going forward, we have looked at areas where we think we can further improve and have defined projects that will work towards those goals. Follow us on LinkedIn where we will present our approach and goals as well as our achievements.
Updated Lab Report Electron Beam Curing

A new, updated technical report is now available featuring our latest products.

The Lab Report Electron Beam Curing has been updated by our technical staff to include new products and EB curing conditions that reflect newer generation (low voltage) Electron Beam curing equipment.  Contact your RAHN sales representative or visit our website to download the report and explore RAHN's insights into Electron Beam Curing and raw material choices for building your best EB formulations.
Bio-based Energy Reduction Materials
Sustainability is on the top of many headlines, and the issues are only gaining in importance. This topic is multifaceted, however one area of critical focus is on the use of biobased materials in the production of ‘finished products’. UV/EB curing is already considered environmentally friendly due to being more energy-efficient and with lower emissions than conventional technologies. That energy efficiency has been further improved with the development of UV-LED lamps. A next logical step is to expand on and develop new bio-based products. 

RAHN is dedicated to develop further its bio-based and sustainable portfolio with a range of current and upcoming products.

Read here the full article 'bio-based energy reduction materials' published in Packaging & Converting Intelligence.
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