Cellulose Acetate Propionate

Key Applications

Printing inks; flexographic inks; overprint varnishes; nail polish; lacquers; films

Product Description

Cellulose acetate propionates have similar performance properties to cellulose acetates, but with the solubility and compatibility attributes of cellulose acetate butyrates. They are a film former, resin modifier, and additive typically used in applications requiring low odor, clarity, fast solvent release, anti-blocking and good adhesion to a variety of substrates.

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CAP-504-0.2 container
CAP-504-0.2 is a cellulose acetate propionate (CAP) with high hydroxyl functionality. It is commonly used as a film former in printing inks and nail polish.
CAP-482-0.5 container
CAP-482-0.5 is a low molecular weight cellulose acetate propionate polymer. It is used as a film former and resin modifier in inks and coatings.
CAP-482-20 container
CAP-482-20 is a high molecular weight cellulose acetate propionate (CAP). It is commonly used as a film former and resin modifier in inks, coatings, and nail polish.
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