Obtaining a combined epoxy-acrylic dispersion

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The current state of development of the economy of the Russian Federation causes the appearance of a number of urgent problems related to improving production and increasing the level of environmentally safe products, in particular paints and varnishes combined with high performance properties of coatings based on them. In this regard, the advantages and disadvantages of aqueous dispersions based on polymers in the presence of various modifiers that are widely used in the paint and varnish industry were analyzed. This article discusses the problem of stability conditions for mixed materials of epoxy-acrylic type and the establishment of a relationship between the composition of the film-forming base and the performance properties of coatings. The purpose of this study is to create new water-dispersion paints and varnishes based on mixed epoxy-acrylic film-formers for coatings with increased hardness, wear resistance, elasticity and adhesion. The analysis of the main types of water-based film-forming agents is carried out. It is proposed to use mixed systems of film-formers based on epoxy-acrylic dispersions. It was established by standard methods that by combining dispersions of acrylic and epoxy types it is possible to achieve a significant increase in the wear resistance of the compositions (almost 2 times) in comparison with the wear resistance of materials based on acrylic. The adhesion of coatings to substrates of various nature (except for brick) increases with an increase in the content of the epoxy component. In terms of performance, acrylic epoxy can be more effective than acrylic and can be used in humid environments. An increase in the performance properties of these materials in comparison with acrylate systems has been confirmed. It should be noted that an additional task in the development of any building materials is affordability. It is known that not all dispersions are cheap, for example, in the presence of silicone polymers, dispersions are expensive, so they are used only when necessary. To improve operational properties and reduce the cost of protective coatings, we proposed using composite materials, which included styrene-acrylic and epoxy aqueous dispersions. In the future, it is planned to create “smart” materials whose properties will depend on functional fillers.


Paints and varnishes, aqueous dispersions, emulsion, epoxy resin, acrylic dispersion, film-forming bases, porosity, moisture absorption, latex

Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/140257334

IDR: 140257334   |   DOI: 10.20914/2310-1202-2021-1-278-283

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