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Carboset CR-785

Acrylic Copolymer Latex


TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

General Description

Carboset® CR-785 is an acrylic copolymer latex designed for air or forced dry coatings on wood, metal
and plastic substrates. Carboset CR-785 resin can be formulated into clear or pigmented finishes
suitable for both DIY and industrial (OEM) coatings. Carboset CR-785 resin is readily coalesced with
both ethylene and propylene glycol ethers. This polymer can be readily formulated into brush, roll, spray,
dip or flow coatings. Carboset CR-785 resin has excellent gasoline and solvent resistance, making it
suitable for automotive ancillary and general industrial finishes. These same hydrocarbon resistance
properties, coupled with fast dry and low MVTR (Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate) make Carboset
CR-785 resin an excellent choice for concrete curing membranes and sealers. Carboset CR-785 resin
can be blended with Sancure® 1514 dispersion, waterborne aromatic polyurethane, for additional
toughness and wear resistance, when formulated for clear wood finishes for trim and flooring.

Suggested Applications

• Acrylic and acrylic-urethane clear wood finishes • General Industrial finishes


• Clear wood floor finishes • Automotive metal and plastic finishes
• Clear concrete sealers • Business machine coatings
• Concrete curing membranes • Implement enamels

Performance Features

• Compatibility with waterborne urethanes • Excellent gasoline and solvent resistance


• High gloss • Excellent impact resistance
• Excellent water and humidity resistance • Passes ASTM C-309 Concrete Curing
• Fast dry • Membrane Test 5.1, Water Retention

Typical Physical Properties*

Appearance Milky White Emulsion


Total Solids by Weight, % 42.5
Total Solids by Volume, % 41.0
Density, pounds/gallon 8.56
Density, specific gravity 1.03
Brookfield Viscosity, 25 C,
#1 Spindle, cPs 40
pH 8.0
MFFT 44°C
Volatiles Water, Ammonia
Mechanical Stability,
15 minutes, Waring Blender Satisfactory
Freeze/Thaw Stability Protect from freezing

*Property values represent typical results only and are not to be considered specifications.

March 2008
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Carboset CR-785
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Typical Performance Data

Leading Commercial Standards


DIY Gloss All Acrylic DIY Satin All Acrylic Acrylic Acrylic Polyurethane
Wood Varnish Wood Varnish Polyurethane
Model Formula Model Formula
CR-785-14 CR-785-15
Waterborne Yes Yes Yes Yes
Aziridine No No No No
crosslinked
Gloss 60° 82 23 76 75
Konig Hardness
(oscillations)
One day 26 22 36 40
Three day 34 31 45 55
Seven day 38 36 51 63
#* ASTM Crosshatch Adhesion (over Stained / Bare Wood)
One day 0B/5B 0B/5B 2B/5B 1B/5B
Seven day 2B/5B 2B/5B 5B/5B 4B/5B
** Mar-Scuff Resistance; Wt. in gms. (over Stained / Bare Wood)
One day 1814 / 2268 1361 / 2721 <454 / 3175 907 / 454
Seven day 3628 / 4989 2721 / 4082 1814 / 3175 907 / 1814
# Shoe Heel Resistance
One day Pass Fail Fail Fail
Seven day Pass Pass Pass Pass
*# Chemical Resistance (Seven day air dry) - One hour spot test
Water 0 0 1 1B
409 0 0 2D* 3D
Vinegar 0 0 0 1B
70% IPA 0 0 2 2
Mustard 0 0 2 1
50% Bleach sol’n. 0 0 0 0
190 proof Alcohol 2 0 1 2
50% Ethanol 1 0 1 1

1.4 % Ammonia 0 0 5D 4D
Carboset CR-785
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Typical Performance Data

White High Gloss Industrial Enamel (CR-785-01C)


Cure: Air Dry (7 days)

Pencil Hardness: H Crosshatch Adhesion


Konig Hardness: 42 ASTM Rating:
Impact (D/R): 160/100 Iron phosphated steel 5B
Gloss @ 60 : 85 (Bonderite 1000)
Mandrel Bend Pass ABS (Cycolac AR31596) 5B
Lexan (ML4291-7502) 5B
Cleveland Condensing Humidity:
500 Hours (no blisters or gloss loss) Chemical Resistance: 30 Minute Spot Test
Gasoline: Pass
Salt Fog (100 hours): Motor Oil: Pass
Bonderite 1000: 8F blister; 3mm creep Isopropanol: Pass
Xylene: Pass
10% Sodium Hydroxide: Pass
10% Sulfuric Acid: Pass

Concrete Curing Membrane


(CR-785-10A)

ASTM Result With


Requirement CR-785-10A
ASTM C-309, Section 5.1 0.55 Kg/m2 0.35 Kg/m2
Water Retention Pass
Carboset CR-785
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Typical Performance Data


CLEAR CONCRETE SEALER
(CR-785-11D)
Chemical Resistance: 3-Day Dry, 1-Hour Spot Test

CONCRETE SEALERS

Formula Competitive Emulsion Commercial


CR-785-11D Supplier Formula Sealer

1. Water 10 10 10
2. Salt Water (5%) 10 9 10
3. Detergent Water 10 10 10
4. Sulfuric Acid (10%) 7 6 5
5. Oil 8 7 8
6. Hydraulic Oil 8 8 8
7. Brake Fluid 10 8 10
8. Transmission Fluid 8 6 8

10 = No Change, 0 = Complete Failure

CLEAR CONCRETE SEALER


(CR-785-11D)
Hot Tire Pickup Test
Test Method “A” (24 hours at R.T. – See detailed test method, pg. 6)

Test Results (0-10 Scale, 10 = No Effect)


Sealers Tested Tread Imprint Sealer Adhesion Tread Black Mark
10 10 10
Formula CR-785-11D
Competitive Emulsion 8 4 9
(Supplier Formula)
Commercial Sealer 8 10 6

CLEAR CONCRETE SEALER


(CR-785-11D)
Hot Tire Pickup Test
Test Method “B” (1 hour at 140°F – See detailed test method, pg. 6)

Test Results (0-10 Scale, 10 = No Effect)


Sealers Tested Tread Imprint Sealer Adhesion Tread Black Mark
8 9 8
Formula CR-785-11D
Competitive Emulsion 4 2 4
(Supplier Formula)
Commercial Sealer 6 9 5
Carboset CR-785
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Typical Performance Data

HIGH BUILD MASONRY


CLEAR SEALER AND WHITE STAIN
Chemical Resistance: 3-Day dry, 1-Hour Spot Test

High Build High Build High Build


Clear Sealer White Stain Commercial Product
CR-785-12 CR-785-13 Clear Sealer White Stain

1. Water 10 10 10 10
2. Salt, 5% 10 10 10 10
3. Detergent 10 10 9 8
4. Sulfuric Acid, 10% 10 10 10 10
5. Motor Oil 10 10 10 10
6. Hydraulic Oil 10 10 9 10
7. Brake Fluid 6 6 2 1
8. Transmission Fluid 10 10 10 10

10 = No Change, 0 = Complete Failure

HIGH BUILD MASONRY


CLEAR SEALER AND WHITE STAIN
Hot Tire Pickup Test
Test Method “A” (24 hours at R.T. – See detailed test method, pg.6)

Test Results (0 = Complete Failure, 10 = No Effect)


Sealers Tested Tread Imprint Sealer Adhesion Tread Black Mark
H.B. Clear Sealer CR-785-12 10 10 9
H.B. White Stain CR-785-13 10 10 9
H.B. Commercial Clear Sealer 10 10 7
H.B. Commercial White Stain 10 10 6
Carboset CR-785
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Typical Performance Data

CONCRETE SEALER
HOT TIRE PICK-UP RESISTANCE TEST

Concrete Sealers used on driveways and garage floors Procedure


will be subject to warm tires on vehicles which are 1. The concrete plaques are coated twice with a brush
parked after being driven. This test determines the at a uniform spreading rate of 200 sq. ft./gal. and
resistance of the sealer to lifting or black marking from allowed to air dry for 7 days.
the hot tire under pressure. The tire tracking is 2. The sealed surface that is to be tested is soaked
simulated by attaching a hot, wet tire section to the with moist cheesecloth for one hour. (Cheesecloth
surface of the sealed concrete with ordinary “C” clamps. removed just prior to application of tire section.)
Imprint of the tread mark, lifting of the coating, and black 3. The tire section is placed under 140°F running water
mark left on the coating are evaluated in this test. for one hour.
4. The tire section is then clamped tightly to the sealed
surface using two “C” clamps and the metal panel to
Apparatus Used uniformly distribute pressure.
1. Paint Brush 5. Test Method A: Apparatus remains clamped for 24
2. Cheese Cloth hours at room temperature.
3. “C” Clamps Test Method B: Apparatus remains clamped in
4. Aluminum Panels 140°F oven for 1 hour. (Very severe.)
5. Tire sections (2.5”X4”) with two treads. (The tire 6. The tire sections are then carefully removed and the
can be slightly worn but have good tread coatings are evaluated for imprint of tread mark,
remaining.) lifting of the coating, amount of black marking.
6. Concrete plaques (4” X 8” X 0.5”) 28 day cure
7. 140°F Oven
Report
1. Type of Test: Method A or B
2. Test Results:
Rate:
Imprint of 0-10 10=No Imprint
Tread Mark 0=Severe Imprint

Sealer Adhesion 0-10 10=No Removal


in area of Tread 0=Completed Removal

Black Tread Mark 0-10 10=No Mark


on Sealer 0=Severe Black Mark
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation

DIY Gloss Wood Varnish


Model Formula CR-785-14

Material Pounds Gallons Use

Charge to letdown tank

Carboset® CR-785 resin 531.45 62.08 Acrylic Emulsion


Water 16.64 2.00

Premix the next seven items before adding to letdown vessel

Glycol Ether EB® 44.29 5.90 Coalescent


Glycol Ether DB® 44.29 5.58 Coalescent
Zonyl® 9361 0.42 0.05 Flow Aid
Surfynol® DF-66 1.76 0.22 Defoamer
Velate® 368 17.73 2.21 Coalescent
Surfynol® 104H 0.92 0.12 Surfactant
Water 157.82 18.95

Add next two ingredients separately under agitation


®
Michemlube 743 16.64 2.03 Wax Dispersion
Acrysol® RM-1020 8.40 0.87 Rheology Modifier
840.36 100.00

Total Solids by Weight, % 27.8


Total Solids by Volume, % 27.2
Weight per Gallon, lbs. 8.4
VOC, grams/liter 338.0
pounds/gallon 2.82
pH 8.3-8.8
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation

DIY Satin Wood Varnish


Model Formula CR-785-15

Material Pounds Gallons Use

Charge to letdown tank

Carboset® CR-785 resin 531.00 62.03 Acrylic Emulsion


Water 19.14 2.30

Premix the next seven items before adding to letdown vessel

Glycol Ether EB® 49.12 6.54 Coalescent


Glycol Ether DB® 49.12 6.19 Coalescent
Zonyl® 9361 0.42 0.05 Flow Aid
Surfynol® DF-66 1.76 0.22 Defoamer
Velate® 368 17.72 2.21 Coalescent
Surfynol® 104H 0.92 0.12 Surfactant
Water 137.03 16.45

Add next three ingredients separately under agitation

Michemlube® 743 16.63 2.03 Wax Dispersion


Acrysol® RM-1020 8.40 0.87 Rheology Modifier
ACEMATT® TS 100 8.40 1.00 Flattening Aid
839.66 100.00

Total Solids by Weight, % 28.8


Total Solids by Volume, % 28.2
Weight per Gallon, lbs. 8.4
VOC, grams/liter 349.0
pounds/gallon 2.91
pH 8.3-8.8
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation
AROMATIC DIY GLOSS WOOD VARNISH
Model Formula CR-785-06
(Acrylic/Urethane Ratio = 50/50)

Material Pounds Gallons Use

Add in order with agitation

Sancure® 1514 dispersion 357.03 39.23 Aromatic polyurethane emulsion

Water 90.13 10.82

Add Carboset® CR-785 resin slowly under continuous stirring and let it mix

Carboset® CR-785 resin 287.36 33.57 Acrylic Emulsion

Premix the following and add very slowly under continuous stirring

M-Pyrol 43.54 5.44 Cosolvent


Ethylene Glycol 8.71 0.99 Cosolvent
Dibutyl Phthalate 2.18 0.23 Cosolvent/Plasticizer
Surfynol® DF-58 0.87 0.10 Defoamer
Surfynol® 104 H 6.53 0.78 Defoamer

Add following individually under continuous stirring

Surfynol® 502 19.60 2.29 Surfactant


Michem® Emulsion 39235 52.25 6.30 Anti-Mar Additive
Acrysol® 1020 0.87 0.09 Thickener
Acrysol® 825 1.74 0.20 Thickener
870.80 100.00

Total Solids/Weight 32.3


Total Solids/Volume 29.5
Weight per Gallon, lbs 8.7
VOC, pounds/gallon 2.5
gram/liter 300
Viscosity, cps
(Spindle #2 @ 100 rpm) 135
pH 6.9
Appearance Milky
Pencil Hardness 3H
Gloss 60 89
(WFT 3.0 mil on Leneta)
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation

INDUSTRIAL WHITE HIGH GLOSS ENAMEL


Model Formula CR-785-01C

Material Pounds Gallons Use

Charge to letdown tank

Carboset® CR-785 resin 616.07 71.97 Acrylic Emulsion

Premix the next four items before adding to letdown vessel

Glycol Ether EB® 74.94 9.98 Coalescent


Glycol Ether DB® 19.57 2.47 Coalescent
Dibutyl Phthlalate 12.03 1.38 Plasticizer
Water 9.88 1.18

In a separate tank, high speed disperse the following to 7.5 Hegman

Add all ingredients in order with agitation

Water 29.22 3.51


Byk® 156 5.29 0.60 Dispersant
Triton® CF-10 2.40 0.27 Surfactant
Patcote® 519 0.65 0.09 Defoamer
Tiona® RCL-628 180.49 5.31 Pigment

Transfer pigment dispersion to letdown vessel with agitation


Add the remaining with agitation

Raybo® 60 19.57 2.10 Flash Rust Inhibitor

Adjust pH to 8.3-8.8

Aqua Ammonia 28% 0.61 0.08 Amine

Adjust viscosity

Water 8.69 1.04


979.40 100.00

Total Solids by Weight, % 47.1


Total Solids by Volume, % 34.9
Weight per Gallon, lbs. 9.79
VOC, grams/liter 231
pounds/gallon 1.93
Pigment Weight, % 18.4
Pigment Volume, % 5.3
Pigment Volume Concentration 15.2
Pigment/Binder Ratio 0.64
Viscosity, Zahn #2, seconds 25-30
pH 8.3-8.8
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation

INDUSTRIAL GLOSS CLEAR LACQUER


Model Formula CR-785-02

Material Pounds Gallons Use

Add to let down tank

Carboset® CR-785 resin 704.93 82.35 Acrylic Emulsion

Premix the next three items before adding

Add premix slowly to prevent shocking Carboset CR-785

Dowanol™ EB 103.26 13.32 Coalescent


Dibutyl Phthalate 13.77 1.58 Plasticizer
Texanol® 13.76 1.74 Coalescent

Add with agitation

10% Ammonium Benzoate Sol’n 8.29 0.97 Flash Rust Inhibitor

Adjust pH to 8.2-8.8

Ammonia 28/% 0.26 0.97 Amine


844.30 100.00

Total Solids by Weight, % 36.8


Total Solids by Volume, % 32.0
Weight per Gallon, lbs. 8.44
VOC, gm/liter 282
pound/gallon 2.34
Viscosity, Zahn #2, sec. 25-30
pH 8.2-8.8
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation

BLACK MEDIUM GLOSS INDUSTRIAL ENAMEL


FROM CLEAR TINT BASE
Model Formula CR-785-05A

Material Pounds Gallons Use

1. CLEAR TINT BASE


Charge to letdown tank

Carboset® CR-785 resin 570.00 66.59 Acrylic Emulsion


Water 50.00 6.00

Add with agitation

AMP 95™ 4.00 0.50 Amine

Premix the next four items before adding to letdown vessel


Add slowly to prevent shock

Glycol Ether EB® 90.00 11.98 Cosolvent


Dibutyl Phthalate 9.00 1.04 Plasticizer
Texanol® 9.00 1.14 Cosolvent
Byk® 301 2.50 0.31 Dispersant

Add with good agitation

Byk® 024 4.00 4.48 Defoamer


TS-100 16.00 0.88 Silica Flattener

High speed disperse for 5 minutes


Add remaining with good agitation

Ammonium Benzoate (10%) 30.00 3.51 Flash Rust Inhibitor


WREAMA 1.00 0.13 Flow/Leveling Agent

Add water to adjust viscosity

Water 61.96 7.44


847.46 100.00

2. BLACK MEDUIM GLOSS ENAMEL


To 1 gallon of above CLEAR TINT BASE, add 4 fluid ounces of Aurasperse® W7017 from Engelhard.

Properties of Clear Tint Base


Total Solids by Weight, % 32.4
Total Solids by Volume, % 30.0
Weight per Gallon, lbs. 8.6
VOC, gram/liter 278
pounds/gallon 2.30
Pigment Volume Concentration 3.2
Viscosity, Zahn #2, sec. 30-40
pH 8.2-8.8
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation

CONCRETE CURING MEMBRANE


Model Formula CR-785-10A

Material Pounds Gallons Use

Charge to clean tank

Carboset® CR-785 resin 398.60 46.69 Acrylic Emulsion

Adjust pH to 8.8-9.2

Aqua Ammonia 28% 0.80 0.15 Amine

Premix next two items before adding

Glycol Ether EB® 60.05 7.83 Coalescent


Water 32.96 3.96

Adjust solids to 20%

Water 344.66 41.38


837.07 100.00

Total Solids by Weight, % 20.00


Total Solids by Volume, % 17.69
Weight per Gallon, lbs. 8.37
VOC, grams/liter 270
pounds/gallon 2.25
Viscosity (Zahn #2, sec.) 12-15
pH 8.8-9.2
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation

CLEAR CONCRETE SEALER


Model Formula CR-785-11D

Material Pounds Gallons Use

Charge to clean tank

Carboset® CR-785 resin 345.33 40.34 Acrylic Emulsion

Adjust pH to 8.8-9.2 with ammonia

Aqua Ammonia 28% 0.35 0.05 Amine

Premix next three ingredients and add slowly with agitation

Dowanol™ DPM 25.99 3.29 Coalescent


Dowanol™ DPnP 16.74 2.17 Coalescent
Water 27.63 3.32

Adjust solids to 20%

Water 398.10 45.62

Add following three ingredients under agitation

Surfynol® SE-F 20.72 2.56 Flow and Leveling Agent


Michem® Emulsion 62330 20.72 2.56 Wax
Wacker Silicone SWS-211 0.69 0.08 Defoamer
856.27 100.00

Total Solids by Weight, % 20.0


Total Solids by Volume, % 15.4
Weight per Gallon, lbs. 8.36
VOC, grams/liter 220
pounds/gallon 1.83
Viscosity, Zahn #2, Seconds 12-15
pH 8.8-9.2
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation

HIGH BUILD MASONRY CLEAR SEALER


Model Formula CR-785-12

Material Pounds Gallons Use

Charge to clean tank

Carboset® CR-785 resin 592.90 69.10 Acrylic Polymer


Water 116.59 13.98

Adjust pH to 8.8-9.2 with ammonia

Aqua Ammonia 28% 0.50 0.07 pH Adjust

Premix next four ingredients before adding slowly with agitation

Texanol® 30.20 3.82 Cosolvent


Dowanol™ PnP 50.40 6.83 Cosolvent
Water 15.00 1.80
Byk® 024 2.00 0.24 Defoamer

Add following ingredients with good agitation

Surfynol® SE-F 10.00 1.23 Flow and Leveling Agent


Michem® Emulsion 39235 20.00 2.41 Wax

Adjust viscosity to 45-55 sec #2 Zahn with

Rheolate® 300 4.50 0.52


842.09 100.00

Note 1: For penetrating sealer, reduce level of Rheolate thickener.


Note 2: This Clear Sealer may be pigmented if a Masonry Stain is desired. See next formula, CR-785-13.
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation

HIGH BUILD MASONRY WHITE STAIN


Model Formula CR-785-13

Material Pounds Gallons Use

Disperse the following at high speed

Water 36.00 4.32


Byk® 155 3.50 0.36 Dispersant
Byk® 024 0.40 0.05 Defoamer
Kronos® CR-828 175.00 5.25 White Pigment

Add grind to clear sealer

Clear Sealer 842.09 100.00


(Model Formula CR-785-12)

Adjust viscosity to 65-75 sec #2 Zahn with

Rheolate® 300 1.00 0.12 Thickener


1057.99 110.10

Note 1: As with Clear Sealer, reducing Rheolate thickener will provide better penetration into masonry substrate

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS OF HIGH BUILD MASONRY SEALER AND STAIN

Clear White
CR-785-12 CR-785-13
Total Solids by Weight, % 33.1 43.1
Total Solids by Volume, % 31.4 33.5
Weight per Gallon, lbs. 8.42 9.61
VOC, grams/liter 233 207
Pounds/gallon 1.93 1.71
Pigment Volume Concentration 0 14.2
Pigment/Binder Ratio 0 0.69
Viscosity, Zahn #2, sec 45-55 65-75
pH 8.5-9.5 8.5-9.5
*Gloss, 20° 59 41
*Gloss, 60° 87 81
*Contrast Ratio, % ---- 94.9
**ASTM D 1925 ---- 1.5
**ASTM D 313 ---- 1.7

* 7-Mil Clearance Dow Film Caster (approximately 4 mil wet).


** Yellowness Indexes; higher numbers indicate yellower films.
Carboset CR-785
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Formulation Suggestions and Raw Material Information

DISPERSANTS VISCOSITY & RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS


We have found excellent results with the use of Carboset CR-785 has been engineered to have some
®
sodium-based dispersants such as BYK 155 and self-thickening properties. The use of external rheology
®
Tamol 850. To date, we have not found any negative modifiers may be necessary. Carboset CR-785
impact on water resistance when using these responds well to associative thickeners such as:
dispersants. Other dispersants may also provide
excellent results. DSX-1514 Henkel
®
Acrysol QR-708 Rohm & Haas
BYK® 155 BYK Chemie Acrysol® 1020 Rohm & Haas
BYK® 301 BYK Chemie Acrysol® 825 Rohm & Haas
Tamol® 850 Rohm & Haas Rheolate® 300 Rheox
®
Surfynol 502 Air Products
DEFOAMERS
In order to reduce foam during manufacturing, it may be
COALESCENCE necessary to use a defoamer. Commercial defoamers
Carboset® CR-785 must be coalesced to form a which have demonstrated effectiveness are:
continuous film. A coalescent level of minimum 35%,
based on resin solids is recommended as a starting Patcote® 519 American Ingredients
point. Both ethylene and propylene-based glycol ethers Surfynol® DF-37 Air Products
can be used. Plasticizers such as butyl benzyl L-475 Drew Chemicals
phthalate or dibutyl phthalate can be used as needed to Surfynol® DF-75 Air Products
improve coalescence and flexibility. BYK® 024 BYK Chemie
Defoamer HG-18 Ultra Additives
Dibutyl Phthalate Eastman Chemicals Surfynol® 104H Air Products
Dowanol™ EB Dow Chemicals Surfynol® DF-58 Air Products
Dowanol™ DB Dow Chemicals Silicone SWS-211 Wacker
Dowanol™ DPM Dow Chemicals Surfynol® DF-66 Air Products
Dowanol™ DPnP Dow Chemicals
®
Texanol Eastman Chemicals OTHER RAW MATERIALS
Ethylene Glycol Dow Chemicals Michem® 39235 Michelman
M-Pyrol GAF Corporation Sancure® 1514 Lubrizol
®
Velate 368 Velsicol WREAMA PCI Group, Inc.
Triton® CF-10 Union Carbide
Tiona® RCL-628 SCM Pigments
FLASH RUST INHIBITION Raven 1060 Columbia Chemicals
®
Flash rusting may occur when coatings are applied over Syloid 169 Grace
some metal substrates under certain Michem Emulsion 62330 Michelman
®
temperature/humidity conditions. We recommend the Aurasperse Engelhard
®
use of a flash rust inhibitor, such as: ACEMATT TS 100 Degussa
Surfynol® SE-F Air Products
Ammonium Benzoate Caschem Kronos® CR-828 Kronos
(10% solution) Zonyl® 9361 Dupont
Heiscope-XAB Cashem Michem Lube 743 Michelman
Kaydox 915 Tayca Corp.
Sodium Nitrite Fisher
(10% solution)
Raybo® 60 Raybo