What are the properties of styrene acrylate emulsion, and what are the most uses?

Update:09-11-2018
Summary:

A dispersion of styrene and acrylate copolymer in water […]

A dispersion of styrene and acrylate copolymer in water, having a high viscosity, high thixotropic emulsion, fine particle size, strong adhesion, excellent aging resistance and good stability. The coating prepared with this product has a certain thixotropic property without adding a thixotropic agent, so the coating has excellent storage stability and workability, and improves the water resistance, alkali resistance and scrub resistance of the coating.

The purpose is to recycle a lot of plastic in the raw plastic.. PP PE. Polypropylene English name: Polypropylene a thermoplastic resin made by polymerization of propylene. There are three configurations of isotactic, random and syndiotactic, and industrial products are mainly composed of isotactics. Polypropylene also includes copolymers of propylene and a small amount of ethylene. Usually a translucent, colorless solid, odorless and non-toxic. Due to the regular structure and high crystallization, the melting point is as high as 167 ° C, heat resistance, steam sterilization of products can be its outstanding advantages. With a density of 0.90g/cm3, it is the lightest general purpose plastic. Corrosion resistance, tensile strength 30MPa, strength, rigidity and transparency are better than polyethylene. The disadvantage is that it is poor in low temperature impact resistance and easy to age, but can be overcome by modification and addition of antioxidants.