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Applications & Uses
in single pack varnishes with outstanding abrasion resistance
- SETAQUA® PU F125 is especially suited to formulate low VOC water-white vanishes with an excellent balance of overall properties.
- SETAQUA® PU F125 has been developed to achieve outstanding abrasion resistance for use in single pack varnishes. Taber values are similar to outcomes seen for traditional solventbased 1K aromatic moisture cure urethanes. SETAQUA® PU F125 can be blended with acrylics when considered for cost performance balance and is recommended for both DIY and Contractor applied finishes as well as industrial wood finishes. SETAQUA® PU F125 is NMP and APEO free.
- Optimally formulated DIY and contractor applied varnishes based on SETAQUA® PU F125 dry and cure rapidly after application, so resulting in a short re-coat time allowing the application of multiple coats in a day. The cured varnish forms a tough, clear warm toned and durable film with excellent clarity offering superb resistance to water, diluted alkalis and acids, alcohol, most household cleaners and other organic solvents along with excellent BHMR. It is recommended for use on timber floors and wood furniture finishes and paneling.
|Value||Units||Test Method / Conditions|
|pH Value (25°C)||8.5||-||-|
Technical Details & Test Data
The product can be blended with other aqueous binders, especially acrylic emulsions. However, compatibility should always be tested.
Storage & Handling
When stored in original sealed containers at temperatures not exceeding 30°C, the product will remain stable for 12 months.
General information: The product is sensitive to frost. Freezing will damage the product irreversibly. Prolonged storage and storage at higher temperatures may result in a decrease of viscosity and/or an increase of average particle size, possibly resulting in sedimentation or coagulation. Contamination with certain bacteria, fungi or algae may render the product unstable.