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Clariant BL Pol Add

Improving the Outdoor

Weathering of Coatings
Public

Dr. Mouhcine Kanouni / Jean-Yves Desrats


BU Additives - Business Line Polymer
Additives
Technical Marketing Coatings
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Degradation of coatings under UV light exposure –

Example 1: OEM automotive coatings Example 2: Exterior wood coatings


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Explore Our
PRODUCT AND SOLUTION HIGHLIGHTS

Overview of Coatings Light Stabilizers for Light Stabilizers for Polymer Additives
Light Stabilization Waterborne Coatings Solventborne Coatings for Powder Coatings
AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATION
OEM & REFINISH
4 Confidential – Mouhcine Kanouni / Jean-Yves Desrats, BU Additives, Business Line Polymer Additives – Technical Marketing Coatings

Clariant products for Coatings Segments

• Hostavin 3042 Disp. • Hostavin 3206 liq.


• Hostavin 3310 Disp. • Hostavin 3058/68 liq.
• Hostavin 3326 Disp. Priority • Hostavin TB-04 liq.
• Hostavin 3330 Disp. • Hostavin 3070 P
• Hostavin 3070 Disp.
•… Water-based
UV cured
Coatings
- Wood Coatings
- Architectural - Plastic
- Film

SB Coatings Powder
- Auto refinish
Coatings
- Processing
- Industrial
- Tribo enhancing
• Hostavin 3206 liq. - Plastic - Gas oven • Hostanox P-EPQ
• Hostavin 3212 liq. - Weathering • Hostavin VSU P
• Hostavin 3058 liq. • Hostavin 3330 P
• Hostavin 3070 Pwd • Hostavin 3070 P
• Hostavin TB-03 liq. • AddWorks LXR 537
• Hostavin TB-04 liq. • AddWorks LXR 1251
• AddWorks LXR 308
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Degradation of coatings under UV light exposure


Stabilization possibilities
Stabilization possibilities

1. UV Absorbers Additives
Principle: absorption (filter effect) of damaging UV light
(coating thickness and dosage dependent – Beer Lambert principle)
Suggested dosage:
• Clearcoat: from 1.0% to 2.5%
• Monocoat pigmented: none to 1.0%

2. Radical Scavengers (HALS) Additives


Principle: trapping of radicals before further propagation
reactions leading to degradation
Suggested dosage:
• Clearcoat: from 0.5% to 1.0%
• Monocoat pigmented: from 0.5% to 1.0%
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UV absorbers – mechanisms of stabilization


There are 4 main classes of UV Absorbers commonly used in coatings

H H
O O H O H O
N O R
N N R
O N N N O
R
O H N N
R
BENZOPHENONES OXALANILIDES BENZOTRIAZOLES TRIAZINES

ADVANTAGES

• Low cost • Moderate weathering • Good weathering • Excellent weathering


• Low in-can color • Good absorbance • Very good absorbance
• No discoloration with metallic ions • High photo-permanence
• Good for QUV specifications

DISADVANTAGES

• Poor weathering due • Weathering (moderate) • Color • Highest cost


to photo-permanence • Absorbance profile (limited) • Discoloration with metal ions

PRODUCTS
• Hostavin ARO 8 • Hostavin VSU • Hostavin 3310, 3326, 3311 liq. • Hostavin 3330, 3340 liq.
• Hostavin 3042 disp. • Hostavin 3206 liq. • Hostavin 3310 disp., 3326 disp. • Hostavin 3330 disp.
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UV absorbers – mechanisms of stabilization


UV absorbance profile of most commonly used UV absorbers in coatings:

UV-C UV-B UV-A visible


1.0
1 Oxalanilide
0.9
0.8
0.8 Benzophenone

0.7
Triazine
Absorption

0.6
0.6
0.5
Benzotriazole
0.4
0.4
0.3 Halogen. Benzotriazole
0.2
0.2
0.1 Natural sunlight

00
250 275 300 325 350 375 400 425
Wavelength [l in nm]
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Accelerated weathering tests –


Differences between QUV and Xenon weathering
Best protection for QUV-B provided by Oxalanilide UV Absorber, up to 2000 hrs

Spectral energy distribution


1.6
1.6 Natural sunlight

UVCON-B Xenon
Irradiation [W · m-2 nm-1]

1.2
1.2

Oxalanilide

0.8
0.8

Benzotriazole
0.4
0.4

QUV: ASTM G 154-05 (UVCON-A and UVCON-B)


0
0
Xenon: ISO 4892-2 wet/dry
250 300 350 400

Energy increases  Energy = hc/ l Wavelength [l nm]


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UV Absorbers – Mechanisms of stabilization

How do UV Absorbers work ?  they follow the Beer-Lambert law

too low film thickness optimal film thickness too low concentration
and concentration

 Minimum film thickness needed to provide optimum UV protection of the coating ( > 30 μm )
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Mechanisms of stabilization –
Selection criteria for HALS

pH (basicity)
R' R'' basic (pH) HALS
R= -H not substituted
liquid or solid
- CH3 methylated

compatibility
N non-basic HALS
R R= - O - R’ etherified migration
- C - CH3 acylated
tetra-methyl-piperidine
=

cost
O

R’ and R’’ control secondary properties


(e.g. compatibility, solubility, volatility etc.)
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Radical Scavengers (HALS) – Mechanisms of


stabilization
Key characteristics for a better selection

Speed of activation Basicity


- O - R’ -H

-H - CH3

- CH3 - O - R’

- C - CH3 Hostavin 3058 liq. - C - CH3


O O

 Acylated HALS are recommended for UV curing and autoxidative system


 Non-basic HALS are recommended for acid-catalyzed binder systems
 Therefore Hostavin 3058 liq. can be used in these applications
Light Stabilizers for
solvent-based coatings

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Offset light stabilizers for solvenborne coatings

HALS: Hostavin 3065 liq.


 OFFSET OF T 292
UVA:
Hostavin 3311 LIQ
 OFFSET OF T 1130
Hostavin 3340 LIQ
 OFFSET OF T 400
Hostavin 3310 PWD
Standard
 OFFSET OF T 328 Performance

BZT 1130
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Unique Light stabilizers for solvenborne coatings

Unique UV Absorber : Hostavin VSU P, HOSTAVIN 3206 LIQ


 Oxalanilide UV absorber
 Low initial color
 Superior performance in QUV up to 2000 hrs. for alkyd, acrylic and PU and Coil
Application
 Good Performance in Xenon accelerated weathering (up to 3000 hrs.)

Synergistic solution UV Absorber + HALS : Hostavin 3212 Liq


 Cost competitive Light stabilizer for Clearcoat (2 part UVA OXA + 1 part HALS)
 Low In-can Yellow color for auto Refinish Market
 Superior performance in QUV up to 1500 hrs. for alkyd, acrylic and PU
 Good Performance in Xenon accelerated weathering (up to 2000 hrs.)
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Unique Light stabilizers for solvenborne coatings

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Synergistic solution UV Absorber + HALS : HOSTAVIN TB 03


 Hostavin TB-03 liq. is recommended in all kind of high performance coatings for applications such as:

 automotive clearcoats

 plastic coatings

 high end wood coatings

 Compatible with both solventborne and waterborne coatings

 T.X free (toluene, xylene)

 Low color

 Active content: 79.0 ± 2.0 %

Classification
 1:1 mixture of triazine UV absorber + HALS

Improvement over Hostavin TB 01


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Unique Light stabilizers for solvenborne coating

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Synergistic solution UV Absorber + HALS : HOSTAVIN TB 04


 Hostavin TB-04 liq. is recommended for all kind of high performance coatings that require non-basic HALS and for
applications such as:

 automotive clearcoats (high crosslink epoxy or acid catalyzed)

 plastic coatings

 Compatible with both solventborne and waterborne coatings

 T.X free (toluene, xylene)

 Low color

 Active content: 79.0 ± 2.0 %

Classification
 2:3 mixture of triazine UV absorber + non-basic HALS

Improvement over Hostavin TB 02


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Unique Light stabilizers for solvenborne coatings

HALS: Hostavin 3058 liq. / Hostavin 3068 liq.


 Key benefits
 Non-basic HALS
 High compatibility with broad range of resins (WB and SB)
 Excellent performance for coatings on plastics

HALS: Hostavin 3070 PWD


Key benefits
 Oligomeric HALS
Standard
 Non-migrating, non-extractable, non-bleaching Performance

 Ideal for Plastic Coatings and Monocoat Pigmented


BZTcoatings
1130
 Low tox. Profile
 High heat stability
 Slightly basic
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AddWorks: light stabilizer solutions for solvent-


based coatings

Synergistic solution UV Absorber + HALS: AddWorks LXR 308 NEW


• Cost competitive light stabilizer for clearcoats (2 parts Oxalanilide UVA + 1 part HALS)

• Superior performance in QUV-B up to 2000 h for SB alkyd, acrylic and PU systems

• Good performance in Xenon accelerated weathering (up to 2000 h)

• Suitable for auto refinish paints, industrial and UV curable coatings


In-can color wet paint
AddWorks LXR 308

In-can Color (YI) of SB Acrylic Clearcoat


Yellowing index in liquid paint

8
AddWorks LXR 308
7
in Solventborne 2K-PU
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
No additives AddWorks LXR 2% STD BZT +
308 eq. (2% STD 1% STD HALS
UVA + 1% HALS

Instrument: Dispermat Mixer, Colorimeter

Procedure: SB Acrylic clear coat (base resin) was prepared in the lab, Total solid content was determined to be 54%.
For each formulation the right amount of LS (1% HALS and 2% UVA based on solid content of the resin)
was weighed and mixed with Acrylic resin by Dispermat mixer (2000rpm, 5min) – color of wet paint measured after 24hrs.
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Evaluation details

Coating: Details of the SB 1K Acrylic formulation:


Solventborne 1K High Solid Acrylic
Coating on SB Silver Metallic Basecoat Viacryl SC 341 31.00
Viacryl SC 370 24.80
Cymel 327 19.40
Clearcoat thickness:
30-35µm Butanol 5.50
Methoxypropylacetate 11.00
Basecoat thickness:
40-45µm Shellsol A (aromatic solvent) 5.30
Butyldiglycolacetate 2.70
Weathering Conditions:
QUV-B: 0.71 W/m² at 313nm (UV-B 313) Additol VXL 4930 (leveling agent) 0.30

WOM: boro/boro – ISO 4892-2 E2006 Total 100%


Wet/Dry
Weathering performance 35 µ (DFT) SB acrylic clearcoat on 45 µ (DFT) SB silver metallic basecoat

QUV-B – Gloss retention QUV-B – Color retention


120 12
100 10
Gloss at 60°

80 8

ΔE
60 6

40 4

20 2

0 0
Unstabilized Best alternative AddWorks LXR 308 Unstabilized Best alternative AddWorks LXR 308
(2:1 UVA/HALS) (2:1 UVA/HALS)

500 hrs 1000 hrs 1500 hrs 2000 hrs 500 hrs 1000 hrs 1500 hrs 2000 hrs

WOM – Gloss retention WOM – Color retention


120 1.4
100 1.2
Gloss at 60°

80 1
0.8
ΔE

60
0.6
40
0.4
20 0.2
0 0
Unstabilized Best alternative AddWorks LXR 308 Unstabilized Best alternative AddWorks LXR 308
(2:1 UVA/HALS) (2:1 UVA/HALS)

500 hrs 1000 hrs 1500 hrs 2000 hrs 500 hrs 1000 hrs 1500 hrs 2000 hrs
Light stabilizers for
Mouhcine Kanouni / Jean-Yves Desrats
BU Additives - Business Line Polymer
Additives

water-based coatings
Technical Marketing Coatings

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Light stabilizers additives for


waterborne coatings systems
BZT 1130 Hostavin Disp
(Hostavin 3311)
• Highest Performance
& HALS 292 • VOC Free
PERFORMANCE
(Hostavin 3065) • Ease of Use / Stir in
Difficult to use (+) • Cost effective
required strong mixing
• Eco Label Compliant*

HALS/UVA DW
• Products are encapsulated light
stabilizers additives dispersed
in water (25-35% active),
outperform BZT 1130 & HALS
292 at significantly highest cost

(–) Hostavin 3311/Hostavin 3065


Standard Performance
EASE OF USE (+) % SOLID
• Hydrophobic products, difficult
to use with limited performance
but lowest cost, 100% active,
works in soventbased &
waterbased coating
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Waterborne Dispersion Light Stabilizers Additives

Radical
UV Absorber
scavenger
Benzophenone Benzotriazole Benzotriazole Triazine hindered
Hostavin 3042 Hostavin 3310 Hostavin 3326 Hostavin 3330 amine
Disp Disp Disp Disp* Hostavin 3070
NEW Disp *
- low - good - good best - low tox
photopermance photopermance photopermance photopermance profile
Properties
- low color - high absorbance - high & broad - low
absorbance extraction
Active 40% 52% 52% 52% 52%
content
Restriction none none solubility compatibility none
max 1.0-1.5% poor in clear
acrylic

* EcoTain® label certification


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UV protection – Hostavin Disp vs. BZT 1130


Hostavin Disp exhibits significantly higher UV absorbance
than BZT 1130 resulting in:
• same performance at lower dosage (cost saving)
• improved performance at same dosage

0.6

0.5

0.4 Hostavin 3326*


0.3
0.3

0.2 Hostavin 3310*


0.2

0.1
0.1
Hostavin 3311-BZT 1130
0
0
300 325 350 375 400
Wavelength [nm]

Conc.: 10mg (solid)/l in cyclohexane through a 10mm optical cell


*10mg of 100% solid additive
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Light stabilization of exterior clear wood coatings


Comparison of different UV stabilization packages
1.2% active UVA + 0.6% active HALS
Improved performance with Hostavin 3310 Disp & 3326 Disp vs. BZT 1130
initial After 500 h After 1000 h After 1500 h After 2000 h

No stabilization

Hostavin 3311
+ Hostavin 3065

Hostavin 3326 Disp


+ Traditional HALS

Substrate: pine wood, Coating: WB acrylic clearcoat, WOM exposure: according to ISO 4892-2
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Light stabilization of exterior clear wood coatings:


Comparison of different UV stabilization packages
1.2% active UVA + 0.6% active HALS
Improved performance with Hostavin Disp HALS vs. traditional HALS

initial After 500 h After 1000 h After 1500 h After 2000 h

No stabilization

2.4% Hostavin 3326 Disp


0.6% Hostavin 3065 (T292)

2.4% Hostavin 3326 Disp


1.2% Hostavin 3070 Disp
(0.6% active)

Substrate: pine wood, Coating: WB acrylic clearcoat, WOM exposure: according to ISO 4892-2
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Light stabilization of exterior wood stain coatings


Comparison of different UV stabilization packages
1.3% active UVA + 0.7% active HALS
Improved performance with Hostavin Disp vs. DW grades

3000 hr
2.0% UVA/HALS 53DW

2500 hr
2.0% HPT 400 DW +
HALS 123DW 2000 hr

2.0% UVA/HALS 51 1500 hr

Hostavin 3326 Disp 1000 hr


Hostavin 3070 Disp
750 hr
Hostavin 3330 Disp
Hostavin 3070 Disp 250 hr

0 2 4 6 8 10 12
E after hrs. in WoM
Substrate: pine wood, Coating: WB stain based on modifed alkyd, WOM exposure: according to ISO 4892-2
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Light stabilization of exterior WB woodstains –


Comparison of different UV stabilization packages
Dosage: 1.3% active UVA + 0.7% active HALS

Time to observe surface cracking


2500

2000
Hours in WoM

1500

1000

500

0
Hostavin 3330 Disp Hostavin 3326 Disp 2%UVA/HALS
UVA/HALS5151
51DW HPTHPT
400DW + HALS
400-DW UVA/HALS 53-DW
UVA/HALS 53DW
Hostavin 3070 Disp Hostavin 3070 Disp 123 123-DW
HALS DW

Substrate: pine wood, Coating: WB stain based on modifed alkyd, WOM exposure: according to ISO 4892-2
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High performance solution for WB 1K & 2K coatings


UV stabilization in a WB 2K-PU topcoat :
WOM exposure according to ISO 4892-2 wet/dry
Dosage: 2% UVA + 1% HALS (%active on solid resins)
 Improved performance of Hostavin 3330 Disp. vs. HPT 400-DW
100 4.0
100

∆E (Colour change)
Gloss at 60° [%]

90 3.0
90

80
80 2.0
80

70
70 1.0
70

60
60 0
60
500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000
Exposure time [hrs] Exposure time [hrs]

Hostavin 3330 Disp. + HPT 400-DW + BZT 1130 +


No Stabilization
Hostavin 3070 Disp. HALS 292 HALS 292
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Product portfolio review


light stabilizers for WB, WB-UV coatings
PRODUCTS VALUE PROPOSITION

UV ABSORBER
Hostavin 3041 disp. UV Absorber for moderate durability, most cost effective
Hostavin 3045 disp.
Hostavin 3310 disp. UV Absorber for good performance

Hostavin 3326 disp. UV Absorber with broad UV absorbance, best for wood coatings
Hostavin 3326-2 disp. Maximum dosage level 3% as is (dispersion) of binder solid

Hostavin 3330 disp. XP UV Absorber for superior performance WB 2K coating

RADICAL SCAVANGER (HALS)

Hostavin 3070 disp. Low migration polymeric HALS for plastic & wood coatings

Hostavin 3068 liq. Non-basic HALS for plastic coatings

Hostavin 3051-2 disp.* Radical Scavenger for WB & WB-UV coatings

UVA + HALS
Good weathering LS package (UVA + HALS) for WB coatings
Hostavin 3225-2 disp. (ex. Industrial exterior wood finishes )
(2 parts Hostavin 3326 DISP + 1 part of Hostavin 3051-2 DISP)

* Not TSCA registered


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Where are Powder Coatings used ?

Appliances General metal finishing


Washing machine tops and lids Medical & office furniture
Dryer drums Shelving
Range side panels Grain storage silos
Microwave cavities Electrical boxes, transformers, etc…
Refrigerator liners
Hot water heaters Automotive
Wheels
Interior and exterior trim parts
Functional Engine blocks
Oil and gas transportation pipes Motor & brake housings
Steel reinforcing bar for concrete Shock absorbers, door handles
construction, bridges, tunnels, parking,
garages, etc… Architectural / Building
Other structures Window frames
Door frames
Building panels
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Polymer Additives for Powder Coatings –


Our solutions
1. Hostanox P-EPQ

2. AddWorks LXR 537


 High performance and cost effective antioxidant solution

 Reduced thermal yellowing during processing

 Reduced gas fading (discoloration) during curing in oven

3. AddWorks LXR 1251


 Efficient tribo-enhancing stabilizer

 Improved UV protection
Standard
 Reduced thermal yellowing during processing (overbaking) Performance

4. Hostavin 3070 P + Hostavin 3330 P (High performance


BZTUV stabilizer)package)
1130
 High UV absorptivity for improved protection of thin layers

 Superior UV protection for outdoor applications

 Extended Long term heat stability in high end applications, e.g. for architectural coatings
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Hostanox P-EPQ –
High performance processing and heat stabilizer
Key benefits
3
• Reduced thermal yellowing during
processing > see graph AO-1: phenolic AO10

• Reduced gas fading (color) during AO-2: Hostanox O 3


curing in oven 2
AO-3: Hostanox O 310
• Improved color/overbaking b AO-4: Hostanox P-EPQ
resistance

• Extended Long term heat stability 1


(combined with UV stabilizers) in
high end applications
10 min
0 60 min
No additives AO-1 AO-2 AO-3 AO-4

System: white pigmented, PES/Primid, at 200°C, [AO] = 0.5% on total formulation


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Reduced thermal yellowing during processing


and improved overbaking resistance

7 Stab 1: 0.5% HALS

6 Stab 2: 0.5% HALS + 0.3% AO-5

Stab 3: 0.5% HALS + 0.3% AO-5


5 + 0.3% P-EPQ

4 Stab 4: 0.5% HALS + 0.3% AO-2


+ 0.3% P-EPQ
b

3 AO-2: Hostanox O 3
AO-5: thioether AO
2

200°C, 30 min
1
200°C, 60 min

0 230°C, 30 min
No additives Stab 1 Stab 2 Stab 3 Stab 4

System: white pigmented, PES/Primid


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The stoving process decides on the required chemical


class of antioxidant to use:

1) Directly fired gas oven 2) Indirectly fired oven

• NOX gases are generated in the • No forming of NOX gases


open flameReduced thermal
• Only thermo yellowing occurs
yellowing during processing
• Hostanox O 3, O 310 or P-EPQ
• Severe yellowing occurs in the
presence of phenolic AO’s can be used, depending on
the requirements
• Hostanox P-EPQ is the solution!
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Reduced gas fading issues when curing with


directly fired ovens

6 AO-1: phenolic AO 1010

AO-3: Hostanox O 310 (blend)


5
AO-4: Hostanox P-EPQ

4
b

1
10 min

0 30 min NOx
No additives AO-1 AO-3 AO-4

PC system: white pigmented, PES/Primid, cured at 200°C, [AO] = 0.5% on total formulation
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AddWorks LXR 558 –


New high performance processing and heat stabilizer
solution
Key benefits
• Cost competitive antioxidant solution vs. market standards (AO 126 for ex.)
 used at about 50% dosage of standard AO, AddWorks LXR 558 can lead to about 20%
reduction in total AO costs.
• Reduced thermal yellowing during processing (extrusion)
• Reduced gas fading (color) during curing in oven
• Improved color/overbaking resistance
• Extended long term heat stability (combined with UV stabilizers) in high end applications
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AddWorks LXR 1251 –


Tribo enhancing HALS for powder coatings
Key benefits 70

• Cost effective HALS solution as alternative 60


to Tin 144
50
• Very efficient tribo enhancing effect,
characterized by: 40

- Average tribo-chargeability significantly 30


higher than non-tribo powder
(without additive) 20

- Peak height > 5 mV 10

• Reduced thermal yellowing during 0


processing (overbaking) without additive 1% AddWorks LXR 1% Tinuvin 144
1251
Chargeability [mV]
Latest information: Peak height

- Official product launch is foreseen at ECS – Q1/2017


- Ongoing development of an improved tox profile solution vs. benchmark
(e.g. Tin 144)
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Hostavin 3330 P –
High performance UV Absorber
Key benefits HPT Absorbance 10mg/L in Acetonitrile
1.8
• Innovative and cost effective triazine
UV absorber for demanding outdoor 1.6
durability of powder coatings
1.4

UV Absorbance
• High UV absorptivity for superior 1.2
protection of thin layers
1
• Superior thermal stability 0.8
• Excellent photo-permanence 0.6

0.4

0.2

0
250 275 300 325 350 375 400
nm

Hostavin 3330

CPT HPT 05
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Hostavin 3330 P –
High performance UV Absorber
Superior weathering performances in powder coatings
• Weathering: QUV-B exposure according to ASTM G 154-05

Powder Coating Stabilized with 0.65% Powder Coating Stabilized with 1.5%
UV Absorber UV Absorber
100 5

80 4
Gloss

60 3

E
40 2

20 1

0 0
0 500 1000 1500 2000 0 400 800 1200 1600 2000
Hrs in QUV-B Hrs in QUV-B
No Stabilization COMP-BZT No Stabilizer BZT competitor
Hostavin 3330 pwd. XP COMP-HPT Hostavin 3330 pwd. XP HPT competitor

System: white pigmented PES/Primid, cured at 200°C


Our Solutions for UV
Curable Coatings Mouhcine Kanouni / Jean-Yves Desrats
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UV Curable Coatings –
Non-interacting Light Stabilizers Additives
HALS: Hostavin 3058 liq.
 Key benefits
 Non interacting HALS during UV curing
 Non-basic HALS with high compatibility with broad range of resins
 Excellent performance for coatings on plastics

UV Absorber: Hostavin 3206 liq.


 Key benefits Standard
Performance
 Non interacting UV absorber during UV curing (UV-B absorber)
BZT 1130
 Allow for use of low intensity UV lamps
 No need of TPO or BAPO photo-initiators for full cure
 Can be combined with HPT 400 for super durable requirements (architectural,…)
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UV Curable Coatings –
Non-interacting Light Stabilizers Additives
Synergistic Solution: Hostavin TB-04 liq. (Triazine + HALS)
 Combining excellent performance of Triazine UV absorber with non-basic & non
interacting HALS
 Compatible with both SB and WB UV formulations
 Xylene-free and low color

Standard
Performance

BZT 1130
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Effect of HP Triazine UV Absorber in a UV Coating


– Hardcoat Base Formulation Coating thickness: 25 µm
ABUV 13-01 Lamp: Fusion UV, v=30 fpm (#500mJ/cm²), 2 passes

Hexa Functional UA Substrate: Glass labbox


38,4%
Oligomers (EBECRYL® 1290)
Di-fct UA (Ebecryl 8402)
24% 1.  Follow the crosslinking
PI IRGACURE® 184 4% reaction by FTIR
TMPTA 19,2%
Monomer
PETIA 14,4% BaF2
FTIR

– Increased level of HPT (Triazine) UVA


UV
coating % %
Absorber
ABUV 13-02 99 1

ABUV 13-03 97 3
ABUV
ABUV 13-04 96 HPT UVA 4
13-01
ABUV 13-05 95 5

ABUV 13-06 90 10
2.  Hardness measurement
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HPT UV Absorber: Effects on crosslinking density


Conversion rate (%)

Level % of HPT UV Absorber

With increased level of HP. Triazine UV absorber


 Significant decrease
Increase level of HPT UVA / conversion rate
of crosslinking
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HPT UV Absorber: Effect on Persoz Hardness


Persoz Hardness (s)

Thickness
Inconsistency in coating thickness but clear trend
with increased level of HPT UVA
 Significant decrease of Hardness
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UV Absorbance Profile
UV-C UV-B UV-A visible
visible
0,8
Minimize
interaction
0,6
with Photo-
Absorption

Oxalanilide
initiator HP Triazine
0,4
Benzotriazole

0,2

250 275 300 325 350 375 400 425


Wavelength [nm]
Hostavin 3206 liq. shows the least interaction with UV
light required for curing (photo-initiator)
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Effect of Hostavin 3206 liq. in UV Curable Coatings


– Hardcoat Base Formulation
ABUV 13-01
Coating thickness: 25 µm
Hexa Functional UA Lamp: Fusion UV, v = 30 fpm (#500mJ/cm²), 2p
38,4%
(EBECRYL® 1290)
Oligomers Substrate: Glass labbox
Di-fct UA
24%
(Ebecryl 8402)
PI Irgacure 184 4%
HDDA 19,2%
Monomers
PETIA 14,4%

– UV Stabilized Formulations

ABUV 13-29b ABUV 13-54b ABUV 13-30b ABUV 13-31b ABUV 13-57b ABUV 13-32b

1% 2% 3% 5% 7.5% 10%
H 3206 liq. H 3206 liq. H 3206 liq. H 3206 liq. H 3206 liq. H 3206 liq.

All formulations contain 3% Hostavin 3340 for super durable requirements


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Effect of Hostavin 3206 liq. on Persoz Hardness

Coating Hardness for ave. Thickness


Hardness (s)

Thickness
3% HPT 3% HPT 3% HPT 3% HPT 3% HPT 3% HPT 3% HPT
1% H.3206 2% H.3206 3% H.3206 5% H.3206 7.5% H.3206 10% H.3206

 Increased level of Hostavin 3206 liq.


has minimum impact on Hardness
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Brochures for Coatings (updated November 2016)


Technical Marketing
Polymer Additives Coatings

Dr. Mouhcine Kanouni


Office: +41 61 469 66 53
Mobile: +41 79 179 96 07
Mail: mouhcine.kanouni@clariant.com
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