CP 515-2-40% Xylene

CP 515-2-40% is a solution of chlorinated polyolefin in Xylene that is used as an additive to promote adhesion of inks, coatings, and adhesives to plastic.
Product Overview
The CP 515-2 polymer is a highly chlorinated polypropylene that exhibits excellent compatibility with solution grade binder resins. It is useful as an additive to solvent borne coatings, inks, and adhesives to improve adhesion to polyolefin based plastics and metal. CP 515-2-40% in xylene is the solution grade of the CP 515-2 polymer at 40% solids in Xylene. It can easily be stirred-in to formulations at 5 parts CP 515-2 by weight to 100 parts binder solids to optimize adhesion performance.
Product Specifications
Specific gravity @25°C: 0.955
Flash point, tag closed cup: 28°C (82°F)
Fire point: 43°C (110°F)
Color, Gardner: 3
Autoignition temperature D 2155: 525°C (975°F)
Specific gravity, solid CPO @25°C: 1.04-1.09
Chlorine: 26-32 wt%
Primary Chemistry: Chlorinated Polyolefin
Features & Benefits
Improved compatibility with a variety of resins to give clear solutions and deposit clear films.
Excellent adhesion to a variety of substrates such as polypropylene, thermoplastic olefins, non-olefin plastics and metal
Can be used as an additive in inks and coatings to improve adhesion
High Temperature stability
Problems Solved
Slow production speed of coated plastics and metals due to a required priming step.
Incompatibility of adhesion promoters with coatings resins that prevent the production of a one step coating system.
Coatings; Inks; Adhesives; Sealants