Texicryl® 13-818 is a recently developed modified acrylic copolymer aqueous dispersion renowned for its remarkable flexibility and MVTR (Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate) properties. Texicryl® 13-818 serves as a prime binder in barrier coating applications, showcasing low MVTR and Cobb values. This product also demonstrates fast drying and low foaming characteristics.

Chemical Family: Styrene-Acrylic Copolymer

End Uses: Barrier Coating, Varnishes

Glass Transition Temperature (Tg): 5.0 °C

Features: Fast Drying, Improved Flexibility, Low Cobb Values, Low Foaming, Low Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate (MVTR)

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Identification & Functionality

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Features & Benefits

Labeling Claims
CASE Ingredients Features
Key Benefits

Modified acrylic copolymer for barrier coating applications with excellent flexibility and low MVTR and Cobb Values.

Applications & Uses

Coating End Applications
Product Applications
  • Texicryl® 13-818 readily forms strong, coherent films at normal room temperature but inks and varnishes will ‘key’ more quickly to non absorbent substrates if gentle heat is applied through force drying.
  • When the use of alcohols is required to control rate of dry, it is advisable to pre-dilute the alcohol with some water and add slowly to the polymer to avoid ‘solvent shock’.
  • Due to the adhesive nature of the vehicle, it is advisable to clean presses as soon as possible after shutdown. Dried films of Texicryl® 13-818 can be removed using commercial cleaners containing a small amount of propylene glycol ether solvent

Properties

Physical Form
Characteristics
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Solids Content47.0%-
Viscosity (at 25°C, Brookfield RVT, Spindle 4, 100 rpm)500.0mPa.s-
pH Value8.5--
Particle Size100.0nm-
Acid Value40.0mg KOH/g-
Minimum Film - Forming Temperature (MFFT)*max. 0°C-
Glass Transition Temperature5.0°C-
Note

*Determined by metal bar with temperature gradient.

Regulatory & Compliance

Packaging & Availability

Packaging Type
Packaging Information

Texicryl® 13-818 is supplied in drums, 1 tonne IBC’s or bulk  supplies are delivered by road tanker.

Storage & Handling

Storage Condition

TEXICRYL® 13-818 should be stored in the original, unopened and undamaged containers in a dry place at temperatures between 5°C and 30°C. Exposure to frost should be avoided