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Light stabilizer for coatings

Hostavin® 3206 LIQ

Hostavin 3206 is a highly effective, oxalanilide based, liquid UV-B absorber. It is characterized by its excellent compatibility in all solventborne coatings, with an improved resistance to migration and low volatility, under normal stoving conditions as well as low color in wet-paint.
  • UV absorber (OXA) with low color (in-can), non interacting during UV curing and allow for use of low intensity UV lamps
  • Excellent for QUV specifications
  • No discoloration with metallic ions
Information about classification according to CLP regulation (Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008, as amended).
    Symbol harmful (Xn)
For further information please refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet.
Physical Properties
Appearance  slightly yellowish liquid
Active content approx. 80%
Density 1.00 g/cm³
Miscibility Miscible at more than 50% with most of the commonly used organic solvents
Water solubility is less than 0.01%
Hostanox 3206 is recommended for the UV stabilization of solventborne general industrial coatings, in particular for UV cured coatings and car refinish.

In clear coats, a combination from Hostavin 3206 liquid and a radical scavenger (HALS) like Hostavin N 30 or Hostavin 3058 is recommended, depending on the binder chemistry and the stabilization requirements.
Packaging and Handling
Delivery form

Steel drums 200 kg
Pallet 800 kg (4 drums)
Steel drums 25 kg
Pallet 300 kg (12 drums)

Store in a cool and dry place.
Storage for longer than 6 weeks at the higher temperature than +40°C can result in darkening of the additive, but this has no effect on the UV absorption capacity.
Minimum shelf life is 3 years from the date of shipping when properly stored in its original sealed containers.

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