The Aqueous Dispersion Styrene Acrylic copolymer uses

The aqueous dispersion of acrylic copolymers and impregnation dispersion of acrylic co-polymers  of TDS and product specifications


Appearance: Pale translucent liquid

Solid Content: 30 ± 1 %

Ionicity: Anionic

pH: 6.5-7.5

Film Character: Hard


Clear, transparent, and hard film

Crystal cracking effect

Easy plate release and smooth touch

Good lightfastness

Application of Acrylic copolymers

The aqueous dispersion of acrylic copolymers has been specially designed to produce effects like crackle, distress, age, and stone wash. Other protein and acrylic binders from the range can be combined with it in different proportions to vary the effect from shattered glass to mud crack and enhance good bonding. The effect can, further, be accentuated by varying the mechanical operations like the extent of staking, dry milling, etc. The quantity of application may vary from 100 to 300 g/l depending upon the final finish desired. This information is based on our present state of knowledge and belief and is without any obligation on our part.

The aqueous dispersion of acrylic copolymers of TDS


Appearance: Translucent liquid

Solid content: 20±1%

Ionicity: Anionic

pH: 7.0-9.0

Film character: Medium soft


Fast penetration

Outstanding buff ability

Excellent grain tightening with the requisite flexibility

Maintains mellow handle close to the crust

Increases anchorage & adhesiveness when used as an additional binder in anionic finish coats.


IMPREGNATING dispersion of acrylic copolymers can be used for corrected grain leathers ranging from soft to medium soft in the handle. IMPREGNATING dispersion of acrylic copolymers is supposed to be preferably applied by curtain coater for uniform impregnation throughout the leather surface. Slow drying should be carried out at normal room temperature and humidity with aging for about 12 hrs followed by vacuum plating. For corrected grain shoe upper leathers IMPREGNATING dispersion of acrylic copolymers can be applied in the proportions of 200-400 parts per litter with each sq. ft. deposition of 24-28 g of the solution inclusive of about 100 parts of panitater. can also be incorporated into the impregnation system for the sake of softness and good filling. The quantity to be used will depend upon non-bonding ingredients like pigments and the final finish desired.


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