Orgal P 878 = Acrylic polymer = Acrylics and Acrylic Copolymers
Orgal P 878 is an APEO free, acrylic polymer designed for high performance coatings in a variety of exterior and interior applications.
Being an extremely hydrophobic and tough polymer, paints and clear coatings based on Orgal P 878 exhibit outstanding water resistance and adhesion onto porous substrates, early wash-off (rain) resistance, as well as very good block, abrasion and dirt pick-up resistances.
TYPICAL PROPERTIES of Orgal P 878:
Appearance: Opal white emulsion
Solid Content % ± 1 : 46
Viscosity (Brookfield LVT 2/60): 500 cps max
pH: 8.0 – 9.0
MFFT (°C): 14
Tg (°C): 14
Film Properties: 21
Transparent, hard, brilliant
Protect from freezing
APPLICATION PROPERTIES of Orgal P 878:
Orgal P 878 offers several unique advantages in water based coatings:
-Wet and Dry adhesion
-Excellent Exterior durability
-Early Wash-off Resistance
-Abrasion - Scratch Resistance
-Crack, Chalk and Alkali Resistance
-Gloss and Tint Retention
-Excellent Rheology Modifier Response
PRODUCT HANDLING – STORAGE – SHELFLIFE of Orgal P 878:
To ensure safe storage of this emulsion, containers should be well sealed to prevent the water evaporation and skin forming.
The emulsion must be stored between 5-25°C for a maximum of 12 months and freezing must be avoided.
Orgal P 878 is an acrylic polymer designed for high performance coatings in a variety of exterior and interior applications.
APEO-free Orgal P 878 shows wet and dry adhesion, excellent exterior durability, early washing resistance, water, abrasion, scratch, crack, chalk, alkali resistance in water-based coatings.
Orgal P 878 also offers gloss and hue retention and excellent rheology modifier response.
Due to its hydrophobic and hard nature, paints and clear coatings based on Orgal P 878 exhibit exceptional water resistance and adhesion to porous surfaces, early wash (rain) resistance, as well as very good block, abrasion and dirt-removal resistance. .
The maximum shelf life of Orgal P 878 is 12 months.
Product Type: Acrylics and Acrylic Copolymers
Chemical Composition: Acrylic polymer