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SETALUX® 27-1026

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by allnex
SETALUX® 27-1026 by allnex is an acrylic polyol which provides ease of coating application, good adhesion and good flexibility when crosslinked with aliphatic isocyanates. Coatings formulated with this resin exhibit superior flow, gloss, gloss retention, distinctness of image (DOI), corrosion resistance and other high-performance properties. SETALUX® 27-1026 is used in varnishes and clearcoats for wet-on-wet systems, topcoats for steel and maintenance uses and high gloss one-coat metallic finishes for car refinish and industrial applications. The shelf life is 3 years at temperature up to 100°F.
Product Type
Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
Chemical Composition
Acrylic polyol in methyl n-amyl ketone
Clear, Bright
Product Status
Geographical Availability
Africa, Asia / Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Central Asia, North America, South and Central America, Western Europe
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Coatings > Solventborne
  • Coatings Markets > Automotive refinishing
  • Coatings Markets > General Industrial /Maintenance
  • Coatings Markets > Metals

SETALUX® 27-1026 Properties


Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Solid Content
78 - 82 %
(By Weight)
Z2+ - Z4+
(At 77°F. Gardner Holdt)
Acid Value
4.5 - 6.0 mg KOH/g
(On Solids)
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