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VINNOL® H 15/50

VINNOL® H 15/50 is a copolymer comprising approximately 85 wt.% vinyl chloride (VC) and 15 wt.% vinyl acetate (VAc). It serves as a binder for surface coating compounds and printing inks. As a thermoplastic and physically drying binder, VINNOL® H 15/50 creates a film as the solvent in the formulation evaporates.

Brand: VINNOL (20 products)

Chemical Family: Vinyls, Vinylics & Vinyl Derivatives

End Uses: Heat Sealing Coating, Lacquers, Thermal Transfer Ink

Compatible Substrates & Surfaces: Masonry, Wood

Glass Transition Temperature (Tg): 74.0 - 74.0 °C

Features: Abrasion Resistance, Acid Resistance, Alkali Resistance, Good Toughness, Grease Resistant, Improved Flexibility, Oil Resistance, Physical Drying, Strippable

Technical Data Sheet
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Identification & Functionality

CASE Ingredients Functions
Technologies

Features & Benefits

Applications & Uses

Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
Ink & Toner Type
Applications
  • Screen Printing
  • Heat Sealing Coatings
  • Strippable Coatings
  • Gravure Printing
  • Pad Printing
  • Transfer Printing
  • Industrial Wood Coatings
  • Plastic Coatings
  • Heat-sealable lacquers
  • Printing inks
  • Paper and film coatings
  • Protective and masonry paints
  • Strippable lacquers
Application Details

Processing

  • VINNOL® H 15/50 is generally used in dissolved form.
  • Ketones and esters are the solvents most commonly used for VINNOL® H 15/50, ketones being more efficient than esters. Of the chlorinated hydrocarbons, methylene chloride and 1,2-dichloroethane are true solvents, while tri- and tetrachloroethene have only a swelling effect. Alcohols and aliphatic hydrocarbons do not dissolve VINNOL® H 15/50. Aromatic hydrocarbons may be combined to a limited extent with true solvents.
  • VINNOL® H 15/50 can be plasticized with monomeric and polymeric plasticizers, such as phthalates, adipates, sebacates, citrates, phosphates, epoxides and chlorinated paraffins.
  • VINNOL H 15/50 is fully compatible with all other VINNOL surface coating resins. It also combines well with many acrylic polymers and ketone resins, as well as with some epoxides. Alkyd resins, nitrocellulose, polyvinyl acetates and polyvinyl butyrals are in general incompatible with VINNOL® H 15/50. We recommend always checking the compatibility of VINNOL® H 15/50 with the polymer in question.
  • VINNOL® H 15/50 shows good compatibility with pigments routinely used in the coatings industry. Care must be taken when using pigments containing zinc or cadmium because these catalyze the decomposition of VC copolymers at elevated temperatures. The same applies to iron-oxide pigments.
  • Despite good inherent stability, it is necessary for some applications to stabilize coatings based on VINNOL® H 15/50 against heat and/or UV light. Epoxy compounds often suffice to stabilize these coatings against low thermal impact. Where higher temperatures are involved, it is advisable to use calcium/zinc or organotin stabilizers. Outdoor applications require the additional use of UV stabilizers along with thermal stabilizers optimized for these conditions.
  • To avoid risk of discoloration, contact with iron should be avoided both during preparation of the solution and during subsequent storage of the product. VINNOL®-based surface-coating resins should be stored in coated containers.

Properties

Physical Form
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Bulk Densityapprox. 750 kg/m³DIN EN ISO 60
Density1.37g/cm³DIN 66137-2
Efflux Time (for 4mm, 20% in MEK)approx. 66 secondsDIN EN ISO 2431
Glass Transition Temperatureapprox. 74 °CDSC (DIN 53765 / ISO 11357-5)
Molecular Weight (Mw)60000 - 80000 g/molSEC, PS-Standard
Particle Sizemax. 1.0 mmSpecific method
Specifications
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Chlorine Content47.7 - 48.9 wt %Specific method
Dynamic Viscosity (at 20°C, 20% in MEK)60 - 80 mPa·sDIN 53015
K-Value49 - 51-DIN EN ISO 1628-2
Volatile Contentmax. 1.0 wt %Specific method
Properties
  • VINNOL® H 15/50 is a thermoplastic, physically drying binder that forms a film when the solvent contained in the formulation has evaporated.
  • Like all VC copolymers, VINNOL® H 15/50 is extremely tough, showing permanent flexibility, abrasion resistance, little tendency to swell in the presence of water and low gas permeability. It is also highly resistant to oil, grease, dilute aqueous acids, alkalis and saline solutions, as well as to aliphatic hydrocarbons, such as white spirit, and alcohols.

Regulatory & Compliance

Certifications & Compliance

Packaging & Availability

Country Availability
Packaging Type
Regional Availability
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • North America
  • Oceania
Packaging Information

VINNOL® H 15/50 is packed in 25 kg, coated three-ply paper bags containing a polyethylene liner.

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
12 Months
Storage Information

Store VINNOL® H 15/50 under dry conditions and at room temperature (below 25 °C). Under these conditions, the product has a shelf life of at least 12 months, from the delivery date. If the material is kept beyond the recommended shelf life, it is not necessarily unusable, but the user should perform a quality control on the properties relevant to the application.