Basic characteristics and application characteristics of acrylic emulsion


As an entry point, the acrylic latex industry determine […]

As an entry point, the acrylic latex industry determines the development and basic characteristics of the acrylic latex industry through comprehensive analysis of the characteristics and statistical data of the acrylic latex industry; using scientific methods and models to help enterprises grasp market trends and clarify the competitive trend of the acrylic latex industry; On this basis, it conducts targeted analysis on the operational and management problems encountered in the development of the enterprise, and provides effective solutions and methods for enterprises to solve the resistance in operation.
Acrylic latex products range from soft coatings for pressure sensitive bonding applications to high hardness polymers for reinforced nonwovens. Its product group is also widely used. Acrylate latex can be used as a thickener, produced into a foam, or sprayed as a diluted detergent.
Additional properties can be obtained with special monomers. Such as temperature increase and self-crosslinking under ultraviolet radiation, optimized adhesion characteristics on different substrates (such as polypropylene).

Acrylic latex can withstand permanent stresses due to its properties such as excellent weatherability and aging resistance. For example, paints for outdoor use and tents and awning fabrics. Other typical applications include: coatings for textiles and paper, non-woven bonding, adhesives and many applications in the construction industry.

According to the requirements of the final application, the expected resistance of the acrylate latex can be precisely defined as: UV resistance, weather resistance, wash resistance, acid and alkali resistance, grease resistance. Special products have obtained legal permission for direct and/or indirect contact with food.