Ecrothan® 2012

Brand Family Overview

ProHere™ grades are waterborne polymer dispersions and emulsions specifically developed for use in metal coatings. The range encompasses both polymer resins that can serve as organic binders in a coating formulation as well as lubricants and anti-scratch additives for metal processing and in-use lubricants.

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Provides very good abrasion, water, and blocking resistance and fast hardness development for floor coatings, parquet lacquers and industrial coatings.


Water-based anionic polyurethane - acrylic hybrid system

Performance Attributes

This product is used in many applications including the following:

ApplicationProperties Imparted
Industrial & Institutionalabrasion resistance, hardness, water resistance
Industrial Wood & Plasticabrasion resistance, hardness, water resistance

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Physical Properties

These physical properties are typical but should not be considered specifications.

Appearancewhite liquid
pH7.0 - 9.0
Minimum Film Forming Temperature (°C) 30
Emulsifier ChargeAnionic
Percent Non-Volatile34.0 - 36.0
Brookfield Viscosity (cps, mPa·s) 20 - 500
Spindle Number2

Site of Manufacture (and Product Code)

RECK (ET2012.R)

Application Data

This dispersion is compatible with most common additives, pigments and pigment preparations and can be combined with other emulsions. Due to the variety of products in the market, compatibility and storage stability have to be tested from case to case. Polyurethane thickeners are highly recommended but most commercial thickeners can be used. Due to the low minimum film forming temperature of this emulsion it is not mandatory to add coalescing agents. For application properties of the final product it might be helpful to add co-solvents like butyl glycol, butyl diglycol, Texanol or glycol ether. For Storage and Safety information see Material Safety Data Sheet.