BASF has anounced that it will introduce new light stabilizers for wood coatings and metal coatings. The five products from the Tinuvin® DW (N) range as well as Tinuvin® 249 will meet the increasing demand for high-performance light stabilizers to formulate durable coatings for exterior use. From April 4 to 6, BASF is going to present these and other new products at the 2017 European Coatings Show in Nuremberg at its booth 523 in hall 7A.
Light Stabilizers for Durable Coatings
BASF Launches Five Tinuvin® Products -
| Wood Coatings
- Tinuvin® 123-DW (N)
- Tinuvin® 400-DW (N)
- Tinuvin® 477-DW (N)
- Tinuvin® 9945-DW (N)
- Tinuvin® 5333-DW (N)
Features and Benefits of the Tinuvin® DW (N) Range
- They are a new generation of aqueous light stabilizers
- Meets the increasing requirements in the field of potentially critical ingredients
- Developed for water-based systems
- Do not contain methylisothiazolinone (MIT)
- No EUH 208 label (May cause allergic reactions) is required, which means that the light stabilizers are suitable for sustainable and environmentally compatible applications
Features and Benefits of Tinuvin® 249
- It is a non-basic, hindered amine light stabilizers (HALS)
- Shows broad compatibility with various systems
- Enables the production of coatings with a high degree of color-fastness and weather resistance
- Due to low levels of viscosity, it is easy to incorporate, saves time and reduces waste
- It has low initial color and shows very good color stability
- Suitable for the production of high-quality clear coatings
“The trends in the field of light stabilizers are obvious: cost efficiency, increased performance and sustainability. With the new Tinuvin products, we offer our customers innovative solutions to meet these key challenges
,” explains Ulf Neidlein, Vice President Business Management Resins & Additives EMEA.
About BASF‘s Dispersions & Pigments Division
The Dispersions & Pigments division of BASF develops, produces and markets a range of high-quality pigments, resins, additives and polymer dispersions worldwide. These raw materials are used in formulations for coatings and paints, printing and packaging products, construction chemicals, adhesives, fiber bondings, plastics, paper as well as for electronic applications such as displays.
BASF creates chemistry for a sustainable future. It combines economic success with environmental protection and social responsibility. The approximately 112,000 employees in the BASF Group work on contributing to the success of our customers in nearly all sectors and almost every country in the world. Its portfolio is organized into five segments: Chemicals, Performance Products, Functional Materials & Solutions, Agricultural Solutions and Oil & Gas.