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UCD® 5739Q

Organic yellow RS pigment dispersion. Provides significant economic advantages because it is compatible with all major classes of water-based paint chemistries. To provide a high-performance end product, its process and proprietary methacrylate vehicle is developed to generate colorants that provide maximum pigment wetting without any adverse effect on film integrity. Compatible with acrylic/PVA emulsions, water-reducible polyester/epoxies, water-soluble alkyds and urethanes. Its color strength is maintained within a tolerance of ±3% on a weight basis by means of a computer-interfaced spectrophotometer. UCD® 1072Q vehicle is an alkali soluble acrylic polymer. The acrylic resin is neutralized with dimethyl ethanol amine and butyl cellosolve (glycol ether EB) is used as the co-solvent. Offers excellent shelf stability and low volatile organic compound (VOC) levels as well as low vehicle-to-pigment ratios for tinting or total pigmentation. It is not red label and also offers a good balance of high performance as well as cost-effectiveness. Used for industrial maintenance, marine, automotive, concrete protection and OEM Coatings.
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Product Type
  • Color Pigments & Dyes > Pigments Dispersions
  • Color Pigments & Dyes > Organic Pigments
Physical Form
Dispersion
Appearance
Yellow
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