VaporCoat® recyclable water-based coatings confer high barrier to paper-based packaging and wraps. Most VaporCoat grades are designed for “low MVTR”, to retard water vapor transmission in order to keep perishables fresh, frozen goods intact, or sensitive contents in factory condition. In response to market interest for greater food safety and preservation, additional VaporCoat products can inhibit contaminants ordinarily found in recycled paper from migrating into packaged dry food. Learn more about VaporCoat »
A coating which provides water and grease resistance and excellent MVTR properties on kraft liner and other substrates. When properly applied over a base coat, this repulpable coating is recommended as a replacement for some curtain coating applications, poly-laminated board and plastic bags.
This product is used in many applications including the following:
|Perishables||release with barrier, MVTR|
|Food Service||grease & oil resistance, water resistance, MVTR|
|Industrial||grease & oil resistance, MVTR|
|pH||8.2 – 9.2|
|Percent Non-Volatile||38.5% – 39.5%|
|Brookfield Viscosity Range||100 – 600|
Description: MVTR, water and grease resistance coating
Handling: Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Use personal protective equipment as required.
Storage: Keep containers tightly closed in a dry, cool and well-ventilated place. Keep from freezing
Shelf Life: 12 Months
Technical Data Sheet: Click here to download a Technical Data Sheet PDF for VaporCoat® 2200R
Cincinnati, OH, USA (VAP2200R)
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