NACURE Videos DISPARLON Videos
This video illustrates the proper and improper incorporation of NACURE XC-320 into a waterborne coating system.
NACURE XC-320 is a novel catalyst designed to reduce the cure temperature of amino crosslinked systems. It is especially effective in OEM clearcoats and can be used in waterborne basecoats when added to the resin components before the addition of water.
Instructional video for incorporating DISPARLON 6900-20X into a pigmented or filled formulation. The easiest paste incorporation is to add it immediately after the grind and before the letdown. This is recommended for enamels or clearcoats with flattening silica or fillers. The pigment and fillers will help to disperse the DISPARLON paste.
For more information, view the Paste Incorporation Flyer
The masterbatch technique is used when there are no pigments or fillers present in the paint. The masterbatch can be post added to the final paint. Masterbatches are typically prepared at 10 to 20% concentration. The typical masterbatch formulation is 20 parts DISPARLON 6900-20X, 40 parts Xylene, and 40 parts resin solution.
When preparing a pre-gel with DISPARLON AQ-607 it is important to follow proper mixing techniques and instructions in order to achieve the desired results. Blade size, mixing speed, and vortex control all contribute to effective incorporation of DISPARLON AQ-607.
King Industries K-KAT XK-651 is a novel bismuth carboxylate designed for blocked isocyanate, 2K PU and silane terminated polymer systems.
In this video K-KAT XK-651 is tested against a competitor bismuth catalyst to show that it is more hydrolytically stable.