Emulsogen LA 083
Anionic emulsifier for emulsion polymerization

Emulsogen LA 083

Anionic emulsifier for emulsion polymerization

Edition Date :
September 27, 2019
Emulsogen LA 083 is used as a anionic emulsifiers for emulsion polymerization of acrylic acid esters, styrene and other monomers.
The use of Emulsogen LA 083 offers the following advantages:

Product properties:

  • low VOC
  • free of alkylphenol ethoxylates (APEO)
  • readily biodegradable

Performance in emulsion polymerization:

  • improved stability of the monomer emulsion
  • low coagulum formation during polymerization
  • control of particle size of the polymer dispersion
  • improved viscosity of the polymer dispersions
Emulsogen EPA 1954 is an anionic emulsifier recommended for:

  • Styrene/acrylate dispersions
  • Acrylate dispersions
The recommended dosage varies between 0,2 and 2,5 % active material based on monomers.
Product group:  Sulfate ester
Active content: approx. 30%
Appearance: clear, yellowish liquid
pH value: 7 - 9 
Solubility: soluble in water
Density: approx. 1.03 g/cm3
Viscosity: approx. 20 mPas 
Boiling point: approx. 100 °C
Flash point: > 100 °C

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