Styrene acrylics

Styrene acrylics are copolymers of various acyl esters and styrene. They generally possess good hydrophobicity and alkali resistance. UV stability is usually lower than that of pure acrylics.

Styrene acrylics are used, for example, in interior dispersion paints, silicate paints and plasters, dispersion plasters and adhesives, occasionally also in exterior paints.

 

 AC 138SAC 140SAC 150SAC 154NSAC 158
Solid content [%]49 ± 150 ± 150 ± 150 ± 150 ± 1
MFFT [°C] (approx.)< 5< 5< 515 20
pH value7,5 - 8,57,5 - 8,58,0 - 9,08,0 - 9,08,0 – 9,0
Viscosity* [mPas]10 - 5001000 - 3000500 - 40001000 -30001000 - 3000
Density [g/cm³]1,05 ± 0,021,05 ± 0,021,05 ± 0,021,05 ± 0,021,05 ± 0,02
Medium particle size [nm] (approx.)180100150150150
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Applications     
Solvent-free systems★★★★★★  
Interior paints  ★★  
Exterior paints★★★★★★★★ 
Hight-gloss and satin-gloss paints     
Tinting paints ★★   
Silicone paints and plasters★★ ★★★★ 
Silicate paints and plasters  ★★★★ 
Synthetic resin plasters★★★★★★★★ 
Colored stone plasters     
Roof coatings     
Floor coatings     
Water-based varnishes     
Adhesives    
Wood coatings     
Primers ★★★★  
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★★ especially suitable
 ★   conditionally suitable

 

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