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Hauthane HD-2501

Hauthane HD-2501 is a soft, aliphatic, polycarbonate-based, polyurethane dispersion. Features: Maximum hydrolytic stability and oxidation resistance. Outstanding toughness and abrasion resistance. Good water and chemical resistance. Can be crosslinked to enhance performance. Dilution and clean-up with ordinary tap water. Contains n-methyl pyrrolidone (NMP) co-solvent.

Brand: Hauthane (96 products)

Chemical Family: Polyurethanes (PU)

End Uses: Waterborne Coating

Compatible Substrates & Surfaces: Leather

Features: Abrasion Resistance, Chemical Resistance, Good Hydrolysis Resistance, Good Toughness, Oxidation Resistant, Water Resistance

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HD-2501 was designed primarily for use on flexible substrates as a coating, saturant or impregnant.

Product Applications
  • HD-2501 can be used as a sole vehicle or blended with acrylic emulsions for spray or rotogravure applications.
  • It may be thickened with associative thickeners for knife-over-roll or similar methods

Properties

Physical Form
Physical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Solids39 - 40%-
Viscosity75 - 200 cps-
pH8.5 - 10.0--
Density8.8lbs/gal-
Softening Point240°F-
VOC Content (as supplied)145gm/l-
Sward Hardness 10--
Mechanical Properties (TPE)
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Elongation480%Tested at 20 inches/minute
Tensile Strength7300psiTested at 20 inches/minute
100% Modulus875psiTested at 20 inches/minute
200% Modulus1450psiTested at 20 inches/minute
300% Modulus2950psiTested at 20 inches/minute

Technical Details & Test Data

Drying
  • HD-2501 may be air dried, if desired, depending on film thickness.
  • Typical drying temperatures and dwell times for aqueous coatings are sufficient to produce optimal film properties.