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1. What is acrylic polymers emulsion?

The outcome is stable aqueous dispersions that are used for wall paints, house paints, adhesives, printing inks and textile treatments.

2. How is acrylic polymer made?

In emulsion polymerization, monomer mixtures are dispersed in water with the aid of suitable emulsifiers. The polymerization reaction, which takes place at elevated temperatures, is initiated by water-soluble initiators and occurs in micelles.

3. What is acrylic polymer paint?

Water-based acrylic paint is composed of minute particles of plastic acrylic resin suspended in water (acrylic polymer emulsion) and pigment. As the water evaporates the resin particles fuse together forming a strong durable paint.

4. Is acrylic paint durable?

It shows excellent adhesion to the surfaces it is applied. The water repellent and vapour permeable properties of the special content increase the paint’s erasability. Prevents swelling and pouring, especially in damp environments.

5. Is acrylic paint waterproof?

Yes, it is water repellent

6. Does acrylic paint wash off?

Water repellent and vapour permeable property of the special content ensures the paint’s erasability

 

7. What is pure acrylic emulsion?

Pure acrylic emulsion belongs to the group of polymer emulsions. It is related to acrylic paints which form a water-resistant film after drying. In general, the acrylic emulsion is used as an additive for paints and varnishes in order to improve abrasion resistance, washability and resistance to fungi and algae.

8. What is styrene acrylic emulsion?

Styrene Acrylic Copolymer Emulsion is a water-based dispersion emulsion of the styrene-acrylic copolymer. It is a surfactant stabilized colloid free emulsion that has excellent pigment loading characteristics, alkali resistance, and good binding capacity to hold texture aggregates.

9. What is an acrylic binder?

The binder is the main ingredient of a dye. However, high-quality products can be obtained with an excellent binder. The task of the binder is to ensure that the different substances in the paint coalesce and adhere to the surface in practice, forming a protective surface. The type of binder varies according to the surface to be applied. Different types of binders may be required for interior and exterior facades, or different binders may be required for wood, steel or concrete surfaces.

10. What is GOTS?

The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is recognized as the world’s leading processing standard for textile products made from organic fibres to finished products. Products that undergo toxicological tests in accordance with the GOTS standard (version 5.0) are certified by GOTS certification that they do not harm human health or the environment.

 

11. What is ECO-PASSPORT?

The Eco Passaport certificate, which is one of the Oeko-Tex certificates, is a passport taken when it is determined that the damages to human health from the chemicals, colorants and auxiliaries used in the textile industry production process are analyzed in accordance with the Eco pass standard (author in version certificate) and determined as “ecological son. Both brands and manufacturers value ECO PASSPORT as a reliable proof of sustainable textile and leather production.

12. What is Lot No?

Lot, as the dictionary meaning, mek to split, to share, to share by “lot “ means.

Lot; used as a batch or group number. A number of inventories entered into the firm is defined as a batch or group, and an identification code is assigned to this group for monitoring and control purposes during the entry process. This code is called the lot or lot number.

13. What are your binding solutions and types for general interior and exterior paints?

IPPOL SPW 5000 is our universal binder with styrene monomer content which is an excellent sealant developed for exterior and interior paints, textured coatings and high PVC paints. On the other hand, IPPOL SPW 7000 with low Tg and styrene monomer content and IPPOL PPW 5220, our pure acrylic binder, are preferred by various customers.

14. Do you have a flexible binder suitable for high-fill mixtures for sealant and insulation materials?

Yes, available. For general purpose insulation materials, we offer our IPPOL SPW 7000, on the other hand, especially for mastic product, our recommendation is SPW 7000 M which is specially produced for this use.

15. Which is the product for the insulation of two-component mortars and roof coating?

IPPOL SC 6000

16. What is your recommended product for decorative and UV resistant paints?

We offer IPPOL PPW 5220, our pure acrylic quality with confidence.

17. Do you have thickener for pigment / rotary printing?

Yes, the IPPOMER 7000 is our PIGMENT thickener that meets the expectations and has a very low utilization rate.

18. Do you have a special thickener for cotton fabrics or reactive printing?

Yes, the IPPOMER 8000 is our reactive thickener that best meets the viscosity requirements.

19. What are your binding solutions for pigment printing?

Our soft-touch pigment printing binder is IPPOMER STP 4538. The economical version of the IPPOL 4536 is the IPPOL STP 1638 with a high fastness performance guarantee, even if a very soft touch is required. On the other hand, we offer our customers our pure acrylic binder IPPOL ATE 4250 with its very soft touch and monomer structure in accordance with the highest wet and dry fastness expectations.

20. Do you have ready-made floor paste / matweiss?

Yes, ALV E 20 WHITE is a product that exceeds expectations with the help of our high-quality titanium and IPPOMER 7000 thickener.

21. What are the pigment printing advantages?

• They dry more easily than reactive prints, so they are suitable for energy saving.

• They can be used for any textile fibre.

• Economic prices with easy application.

• They are advantageous in terms of water, wastewater, chemical consumption and energy consumption.

• It is an indispensable option in fibre blends as it can be used for all types of fibres. However, special fixing agents must also be added for printing flax, polyamide, polyester or their mixtures with cellulose fibres.

• It is possible to see the final colours of the colours at the time of printing. It is very advantageous in terms of detecting errors.

• In the same variation, there is little risk of colour difference due to factors such as printing speed and squeegee pressure.

22. What are the differences between synthetic thickener and natural thickener?

. Quick and Easy Preparation of the Printing Paste, Simple Viscosity Settings including synthetic thickener.
. Simple Printing Paste Recipe including synthetic thickener.
. Increased Colour Yield and Better Contour Sharpness with a synthetic thickener.
(The film given by Synthetic Thickeners is more elastic and transparent than the film given by Natural Thickeners. The total amount of solid material on the film surface is also lower. Due to the low amount of solid matter, there is a thin film on the fibre. Diffusion occurs more easily and intensely under fixation conditions. This is the primary reason for the increase in colour yield.)
. The printing paste manufactured by using synthetic thickener keep their viscosity level during production and also keep their stability in storage.

23. What is Synthetic Thickener?

They are products obtained by polymerization of Acrylic Acid, Methacrylic Acid and Maleic Acid Anhydride. Mostly Acrylic Acid Copolymers are used.

They are highly active, high molecular substances that display rheological behaviours similar to natural colloids.
They are available in solution, emulsion, powder and liquid dispersion form. Among these four structures, Liquid Dispersions are the most advantageous.

Of these four structures, the most advantageous are Liquid Dispersions. They are very small dehydrated polymer particles dispersed in an inert Hk carrier oil. The dispersion is resolute and stable. This physical structure gives a very smooth particle structure. The small size of the particles means the large surface area, which means that the thickener swells very quickly when interacting with water.