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VINNAPAS® EF8001 is an environmentally friendly aqueous dispersion of vinyl acetate-ethylene (VAE) copolymer. It does not use any surfactants or defoamers that contain alkylphenol ethoxylate (APEO) and is manufactured without the use of any formaldehyde donors. Exhibits scrub resistance, excellent ambient & low temperature touch-up properties and excellent thickener response with a number of different thickener types, including hydrophobically modified cellulosic (HMHEC), hydrophobic ethoxylated urethanes (HEUR) and hydrophobic alkali-swellable emulsions (HASE). Provides a visually uniform appearance of a film surface upon repainting after the initial coat. Offers better grain-cracking resistance and resistance to alkaline hydrolysis than conventional vinyl acrylic polymers. It does not need a coalescing agent or plasticizer to achieve a low minimum film forming temperature (MFFT) and a low glass transition temperature (Tg) which provides the polymer with a very low to no co-solvent demand for proper film formation. Is highly compatible with other latex dispersions and hot masonry substrates. Can be blended with other polymers such as high Tg pure acrylics to provide improved block resistance and wet adhesion properties. Have applications in low volatile organic compounds (VOC) and low odor contractor and Do-it-Yourself (DIY) products and is recommended for flat through high gloss/mid-sheen finishes. Market applications include both interior and exterior architectural coatings. It is compliant with any major “green” requirements foreseeable in the coatings industry.

VINNAPAS® EF8001 Product details

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VINNAPAS® EF8001 Properties


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Last edited Nov 20, 2017
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