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Forton® VF-812

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by EPS
Forton® VF-812 by EPS is a water based, self cross-linking, acrylic copolymer emulsion which is the basis of the Forton Modified Gypsum system. Offers reduction of water permeability and improves work ability, surface hardness and chip resistance. It is lightweight, non-toxic, strong and water-resistant. Provides quick demolding times and wide variety of surface finishes. When combined with specific alpha semi-hydrate gypsums and dry melamine resin, Forton® VF-812 at proper loadings, results in a product suitable for interior and exterior use. Recommended for concrete, exterior wall, masonry/stucco applications. It meets with the requirements of Class I, UBC Building Code with a low smoke rating.
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Forton® VF-812
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by EPS
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Product Type
Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers > Styrene / Acrylic Copolymers > Emulsions / Dispersions
Chemical Composition
Acrylic Copolymer
Physical Form
Emulsion
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Coatings > Waterborne
  • Coatings Markets > Architectural / Decorative > Exterior wall coatings
  • Coatings Markets > Marine /Anti-Corrosive / Protective > Concrete

Forton® VF-812 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Solid Content
49 - 51 %
Viscosity
100 - 500 cP
pH
4.5 - 5.5
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