Advancing the Coatings Industry

StanChem is constantly pushing the boundaries of emulsion polymer technology to deliver new and unique solutions to today’s and tomorrow’s market needs. Whether its improving current products and expanding our offerings for your application, or breaking into new markets, StanChem will be at the forefront of development for these emulsion polymer grades of the future.

SC 6933

SC 6933 is a small particle sized acrylic emulsion polymer used as a binder for a variety of coatings on different substrates. The small particle size facilitates better penetration into porous substrates such as wood and concrete. Additionally, SC 6933 is a hydrophobically modified latex with ambient temperature self-crosslinking that enhances the water resistance of the end product whether it be clear sealers, primers or deck coatings. Coatings formulated with SC 6933 exhibit good clarity, increased water resistance, and excellent adhesion.

SC 6870

SC 6870 is a small particle size acrylic emulsion polymer with a glass transition of 48oC that can be used as a binder for a variety of coatings applications where high hardness, scratch resistance and block resistance are important. The small particle size enables better penetration into porous substrates such as concrete and wood. Additionally, SC 6870 is a hydrophobically modified latex with ambient temperature self-crosslinking that enhances water resistance and weatherability in end use coatings applications.

SC 6885

SC 6885 is a new self-crosslinking all acrylic emulsion polymer designed for nonwoven, textile and paper bonding. SC 6885 has a glass transition temperature of -8oC and provides a soft, flexible feel to finished articles. The unique polymeric structure provides slight self thickening of formulated products when the pH is raised above 7.0. This all acrylic polymer cures to a durable, long lasting binder.

SC 6477

SC 6477 is a versatile, highly effective alkali swellable emulsion used in a multitude of waterborne applications – coatings, adhesives, inks, construction and nonwoven binders. This high acid number latex undergoes complete dissolution in aqueous media when the pH rises above 6.5 and smoothly increases the viscosity of the formulated product. The consistent quality of SC 6477 yields superb reproducibility.

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