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Mallard Creek Polymers Unveils Styrene Acrylic Polymer for Coatings

Published on 2017-01-23. Author : SpecialChem

Mallard Creek Polymers has introduced a valuable coating and binder technology for the construction industry. It developed a new acrylic polymer emulsion and styrene acrylic.

The new acrylic polymers are developed to supplement the extensive portfolio of styrene-butadiene latexes the company offers to many building and construction applications.

Rovene® 6521

MCP Paints
Mallard Creek Polymers Unveils Styrene
Acrylic Polymer for Coatings

  • It is designed as a multipurpose acrylic grade
  • Can be used in thick film paints or membranes
  • It has cement compatibility to allow adequate open time, and is plasticizer-free

MCP had previously introduced Tylac® 4193, a styrene-butadiene copolymer with very similar performance. The SBR provides improved adhesion while the acrylic latex has improved UV stability. The open time and workability are essentially equivalent.

The company dedicates much of its Research and Development time designing customized products to meet a single user specific applications requirement. MCP products can be available to a unique customer, while other products are developed for any application, market, or customer.

About Mallard Creek Polymers

MCP is dedicated to meeting customer needs with a growing line of synthetic emulsion polymers and unparalleled customer focus. MCP offers a diverse line of water-based emulsions including styrene butadiene, acrylic, styrene acrylic, and other specialty latex products to both domestic and international customers from the MCP facility in Charlotte, North Carolina and from its network of collaborative manufacturing partners. MCP is a privately held specialty chemical company dedicated to innovation, quality, service, and sustainability with products for the adhesives, nonwovens, paint & coatings, graphic arts, printing & packaging, textiles, carpet, sealants, construction, oil services, and paper.

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Source: Mallard Creek Polymers
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