Alkyd-acrylic hybrids, a route to high renewable content resins for architectural

A process to obtain alkyd-acrylic hybrids with low residual monomer contents will be described. - Structural influence on properties will be highlighted. - Yellowing of the U21 significantly reduced compared to commercial waterborne alkyd resins, while oxidative drying is maintained. - Clear performance benefits can be shown vs. blends of alkyds and acrylic dispersions. - 50% renewable carbon is achievable without the use of special monomers
Duration: 25:17
Speaker: Florian Lunzer
Company: Allnex
Conference: EC Technology Forum Biobased
Location: Berlin
Date: 23.10.2019