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Elvacite Methyl Methacrylate Resins

Key Applications

inks; gravure inks; vinyl topcoats; lacquers; flooring; reactive flooring; plastic coatings; coatings

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Product Description

These specialty polymers are available as minute spherical beads and are less broadly soluble than other resin types, yielding more solvent resisant coatings. They have high Tukon hardness, show excellent gloss retention, and color stability on exposure to UV light.

Grades

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namekey propertiesdocumentation
2008 Low molecular weight methyl methacrylate copolymer used in lacquers and inks requiring low viscosity at high solids SDS TDS
2008C Identical to 2008 but "cooked" to remove residual initiator SDS TDS*
2009 Medium molecular weight methyl methacrylate that provides good solubility and flexibility SDS TDS
2010 Medium molecular weight methyl methacrylate polymer providing high tensile strength and hardness SDS TDS
2021 High molecular weight methyl methacrylate polymer providing excellent abrasion resistance SDS TDS
2021C Identical to 2021 but "cooked" to remove residual initiator SDS TDS
2041 High molecular weight methyl methacrylate polymer for applications requiring abrasion resistance, block resistance and slip SDS TDS
2051 High molecular weight, non-reactive methyl methacrylate polymer for use in reactive systems to reduce shrinkage and control viscosity SDS TDS