Polidene® 37 - 0065

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Polidene® 37 - 0065 is a carboxylated copolymer composed of vinylidene chloride and an acrylic ester. With a high vinylidene chloride content, it's specifically formulated as a binder for water-based metal primers and rust conversion coatings.

Chemical Family: Acrylic Ester Copolymer, Polyvinylidene Chloride(PVDC)

End Uses: Anti-Corrosion Coating, Primer, Rust Conversion Coatings, Waterborne Coating

Compatible Substrates & Surfaces: Cold-Rolled Steel, Metal

Features: Abrasion Resistance, Corrosion Resistance, Water Resistance

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Identification & Functionality

Features & Benefits

CASE Ingredients Features
Features
  • High degree of water resistance
  • Excellent resistance in corrosive environments
  • Good scrub resistance

Applications & Uses

Markets
Applications
Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
Coating End Applications
Application
  • Water-based metal binders
  • Rust conversion coatings
  • Industrial coatings for moisture barrier

Properties

Physical Form
Emulsifying System
Anionic
Physical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Density (at 25°C)1.28 g/cm³
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
pH Value2.0 - 3.0
Minimum Film Formation Temperature12°C
Viscosity*50 cPs
Non-volatile Content (at 110 °C, 1h, Filter Papers)60 %
Note

*Brookfield (25°C) RV8, Spindle 1, 60 rpm

Regulatory & Compliance

Packaging & Availability

Packaging Type

Storage & Handling

Storage Condition

Protect from the effects of weathering and light. Store at temperatures between 5 and 30°C. Once opened, containers should be resealed immediately after each removal of the product. Contact with common metals such as mild steel copper, zinc, or aluminum should be avoided.