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Lubrizol Introduces Self-crosslinking WB Polyurethane Dispersion for Wood Finishes

Published on 2024-07-09. Edited By : SpecialChem

TAGS:  Wood Coatings     Sustainability / Natural Coatings    

Lubrizol Self crosslinking WB Polyurethane Dispersion Wood Finishes Lubrizol introduces high-solids, self-crosslinking Turboset™ 5000HS polyurethane dispersion (PUD). It is the newest addition to its portfolio of resin technologies for coatings that protect sports and other high traffic wood floors.

TEA-free, Low-VOC & 50% Solids PUD


Turboset™ 5000HS is designed for outstanding protection in clear wood finishes. It is a TEA-free, 50% solids, self-crosslinking water-borne PUD. It delivers high abrasion, chemical, and black heel mark resistance.

The unique low-VOC and high-solids combination enables formulations based on Turboset™ 5000HS provides more coverage per volume. This reduces the number of applications required for desired performance and faster return to service.

Turboset™ 5000HS has a unique self-crosslinking mechanism that cures as the film dries. It also simplifies the application process, lowering risks associated with higher VOC, two-component systems and reducing waste. Turboset™ 5000HS PUD enables formulators to meet their sustainability initiatives while enhancing the performance of their products.

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The entire value chain will experience benefits. Coating manufacturers will see protection capabilities that outperform many solvent-borne predecessors as well as reduced shipping emissions due to the lower levels of water,” said Miriam Peralta, global market manager, resin technologies.

Contractors will experience efficiency and safety with a lower VOC, safer product that requires fewer coats. End-users will appreciate reduced job cost, faster return to service, and outstanding durability.

Source: Lubrizol

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