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New HS Acrylic Resins for
industrial use
ECS Nuremberg
2013
Ad van Gaans
Introduction Nuplex
 A leading independent chemicals company
 Global presence: manufacturing operations in Europe, Asia, America,
Australia and New Zealand
 Products serving a wide range of end markets including automotive OEM,
vehicle refinish, aerospace, industrial, protective, marine, decorative
paint, industrial wood, flooring and construction, adhesives, inks, paper
and textiles industries.
 Two business segments:
• Nuplex Resins − global independent resins producer
• Nuplex Specialties − Australasian trading and agency business for
specialty chemicals
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Changes in the industrial coatings market
EU legislation leads to changes in solvent use
 Low Solids пѓ Medium Solids пѓ High Solids
 Solvent Containing пѓ Solvent Free
 Solvent Borne пѓ Water Borne
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Consequences of using water borne two-component
polyurethane paints
 Different binder architecture
(can also apply to the hardener)
Or use a lot of surfactants
 More complex process
 Polar groups for stabilization
 More expensive
 Water is not an ideal solvent
 Biocides
 Stainless steel equipment
 Water is also a co-reactant (NCO)
 Storage stability
 Relatively high freezing point
 Relatively low boiling point
 Hydrolysis
Water is a far from ideal solvent!
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Consequences of higher solids
Increase solids content
пѓ Viscosity goes up
пѓ Poor appearance
Why still prefer high solids over water borne?
High solids paints are closer to conventional low and medium solids in:
пѓј Ease of formulation (solvents)
пѓј Application, film formation
пѓј Cost structure (no / little investment needed)
But then we must increase resin solids content
without increasing viscosity
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What will determine resin viscosity?
Viscosity: �liquid friction’
Ease of movement of molecules along each other is influenced by:
 Molecular size and shape in the solvent
• Hydrodynamic volume
• Molecular weight data from Size Exclusion Chromatography: Mn, Mw
 Polymer architecture (free volume): is related to Tg
 Additional friction from hydrogen bridges
• OH concentration (OH-value)
• OH exposure (OH-type, steric hindrance, bulky structures)
 And other polar interactions
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Molecular weight
Lower molecular weight provides:
Lower VOC content
Higher flexibility
Better compatibility
Higher gloss
Better filling power
But also:
 Lower hardness
 Lower chemical resistance
 Lower water resistance
 Lower durability
Lower hydroxyl functionality will result in a lower crosslink density!
OH
OH
OH
OH
Mn
OH
OH
OH
OH
F(OH):
0: plasticizer
1: dangling end
2: chain extender
>2: crosslinking
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Design of high solids acrylic polyols
 Designing good high solids polyols requires in-depth understanding of all
aspects of polymer physics and polymer chemistry
 At Nuplex we have used all our know-how and design tools to develop
the best high solids acrylic polyols, not only for use in industrial,
protective, and marine coating applications, but also for the demanding
automotive and refinish markets
 We meet new challenges by pushing the limits of resin design further
again, often in close cooperation with our customers and co-suppliers
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Acrylic polyols for industrial metal – standard
Product
NV
Viscosity
(%)
(Pa.s)
Setalux D A 960 SN
60
4.6
Setalux 1200 XX-55
55
Setalux 1196 XX-60
Solvents
%OH
HEW
Feature
on solids
as supplied
Solvent
Naphtha
1.3
2180
1.4
Xylene
1.8
1720
60
1.8
Xylene
2.6
1090
Setalux 1186 SS-60
61
2.0
Solvent mix
3.0
930
Setalux D A 265 BA
65
2.3
Butyl acetate
3.1
840
Setalux 1199 XS-60
60
5.4
Solvent mix
3.5
810
Setalux 1192 SS-60
61
3.4
Butyl acetate
3.8
730
Setalux 1152 SS-60
61
3.6
Solvent mix
4.2
660
Good durability
Setalux D A 365 BA/X
65
3.0
Solvent mix
4.5
580
Good appearance
Setalux A 665 BA
65
8.5
Butyl acetate
4.6
570
High durability
Excellent adhesion
Fast drying, good
adhesion
Standard, broad
adhesion
Economy grade, good
durability
Fast drying, good
pigment wetting
Good chemical
resistance
Fast drying, good
overspray take-up
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Acrylic polyols for industrial metal – higher solids
Product
NV
Viscosity
(%)
(Pa.s)
Setalux 1218 VX-70
70
3.8
Setalux A HS 1470 SN/X
71
Setalux 1202 SS-70
Solvents
%OH
HEW
Feature
on solids
as supplied
Solvent mix
2.5
970
Good adhesion
3.5
Solvent mix
2.9
830
Good durability
70
1.8
Butyl acetate
3.0
810
Economy grade
Setalux A 565 X
65
1.0
Xylene
4.0
650
High flexibility
Setalux 1753 SS-70
70
4.5
Butyl acetate
4.2
580
Standard
Setalux D 870 BA
70
3.5
Butyl acetate
4.2
580
Good durability
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Acrylic polyols for industrial metal – extra high solids
Product
NV
Viscosity
%OH
HEW
Feature
(%)
(Pa.s)
on solids
as supplied
Setalux D A XP 2598/1
75
8.0
1.6
1420
Economy grade
Setalux D A HS 1375 BA
75
5.0
2.8
810
Good anti corrosion
Setalux 1913 BA-75
75
4.5
3.0
760
Fast drying
Setalux 1905 BA-74
74
3.9
3.3
700
Long potlife
Setalux 1910 BA-75
75
6.8
3.6
630
Standard
Setalux 1906 BA-75
75
9.0
4.0
570
Broad application
Setalux 1903 BA-75
75
6.7
4.5
500
Fast drying
Setalux 1907 BA-75
75
5.4
4.5
500
Standard high quality
All supplied in butyl acetate
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Key features
Setalux 1917 BA-80
2.1% OH on solids
в�є Fast drying
в�є Good durability
Setalux 1914 BA-75
4.1% OH on solids
в�є Fast drying
в�є Good chemical resistance
в�є Good durability
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Setalux 1917 BA-80 performance
Film hardness
Setalux 1196 XX-60
UVCON exposition (313 nm)
Setalux 1917 BA-80
2,0
1,8
After 1 day
After 3 days
After 7 days
0
50
100
150
200
250
Persoz hardness (sec)
Comparison in white pigmented topcoat
Cross-linked with biuret hardener
300
dioscolouration (dE)
1,6
Competitor (80%)
1,4
1,2
1,0
0,8
0,6
Setalux 1196 XX-60
0,4
Setalux 1917 BA-80
0,2
Competitor (80%)
0,0
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
Exposition hours (4h/4h cycle)
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Setalux 1914 BA-75 performance
Balance of potlife – drying time
Setalux 1907
Potlife
Setalux 1914
UVCON exposition (313 nm)
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Setalux 1907
14
Setalux 1914
12
0:00
0:30
1:00
1:30
2:00
2:30
Time (h:mm)
Comparison in clear coat, without UV absorbers
Cross-linked with low viscous trimer hardener
dioscolouration (dE)
Dust dry time
10
8
6
4
Setalux 1907 BA-75
2
Setalux 1914 BA-75
0
0
500
1000
1500
2000
Exposition hours (4h/4h cycle)
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Setalux 1917 BA-80
Delivery form
Viscosity
Hydroxyl content
Hydroxyl Equivalent Weight
:
:
:
:
80% in butyl acetate
9.5 Pa.s
2.1% on non-volatiles
1010 on delivery form
Setalux 1917 BA-80
Cost Effective
5
4
3
Durability
2
1
Chemical
Resistance
0
VOC Content
Fast drying
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Setalux 1914 BA-75
Delivery form
Viscosity
Hydroxyl content
Hydroxyl Equivalent Weight
:
:
:
:
75% in butyl acetate
6.8 Pa.s
4.1% on non-volatiles
550 on delivery form
Setalux 1914 BA-75
Cost Effective
5
4
3
Durability
2
1
Chemical
Resistance
0
Appearance
Fast drying
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Summary
Two new binders suitable for industrial metal
and other applications
Setalux 1914 BA-75
for applications with
high demands
Setalux 1917 BA-80
for applications with
lower demands
For more information about these and other products…
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