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Rohm and Haas Introduces Avanse™ ST-410 Emulsion New Technology for Semi-transparent Deck and Siding Stains

Published on 2008-04-21. Author : SpecialChem

PHILADELPHIA -- Rohm and Haas has launched an environmentally-advanced, innovative binder, Avanse™ ST-410 emulsion, to the North American coatings market. This new high-performance, 100% acrylic, water-borne polymer can be formulated to meet the toughest VOC standards and still outperform traditional solvent and waterborne semi-transparent stain technologies.

Semi-transparent stains based on Avanse™ ST-410 emulsion do not require coalescent or heavy metal driers; they are easy to apply; and they enhance the appearance of new and weathered wood with a long-lasting finish. The combination of morphology and unique particle stabilization maximizes the flow and lapping characteristics during application, while building early resistance properties upon drying.

Avanse™ ST-410 emulsion is the first emulsion for semi-transparent deck and siding stains based on proprietary Avanse™ technology that was developed by Rohm and Haas. Avanse™ technology raises high performance to a new level allowing paint and coatings manufacturers to provide tough, durable coatings that meet the most stringent VOC and environmental standards.

About Rohm and Haas Company:

Leading the way since 1909, Rohm and Haas is a global pioneer in the creation and development of innovative technologies and solutions for the specialty materials industry. The company's technologies are found in a wide range of industries including: Building and Construction, Electronics and Electronic Devices, Household Goods and Personal Care, Packaging and Paper, Transportation, Pharmaceutical and Medical, Water, Food and Food Related, and Industrial Process. Innovative Rohm and Haas technologies and solutions help to improve life everyday, around the world. Based in Philadelphia, PA, the company generated annual sales of approximately $8.2 billion in 2006.

Source: Rohm and Haas


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