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AddWorks® LXR™ 313

Light stabilizers mixture for coatings

Edition Number :
5
Edition Date :
November 29, 2019
AddWorks LXR 313 is a mixture of a triazine UV absorber with a low molecular weight hindered amine light stabilizer (HALS), designed for high performance stabilization of paints and clearcoats, and characterized by its broad compatibilities in both solventborne and waterborne coatings.

Benefits

A synergistic mixture of a triazine UV absorber with a hindered amine light stabilizer (HALS), designed for high performance stabilization of pigmented monocoat paints and clearcoats.

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Safety

Hazards
Classification according CLP regulation (Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008, as amended).
    Flammable liquids, Cat. 3
    Skin irritation, Cat. 2 
    Chronic aquatic toxicity, Cat. 2
For further information please refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet.

Physical Properties

AppearanceYellow liquid
Density (20°)approx. 1.01 g/cm³
Miscibility Miscible with most of the commonly used organic solvents, e.g. n-butanol, ethyl acetate,
            xylene or white spirit, as well as with waterborne coatings (e.g. acrylics, 2K-PU)
up to 3% addition on total resin solids.

Applications

AddWorks LXR 313 can be recommended in all kind of high performance solventborne and waterborne coatings, for applications such as automotive clearcoats, plastic coatings and high end wood coatings. In acid-catalyzed solventborne coatings, where the basicity of the HALS component could inhibit crosslinking reaction with the binder, it is recommended to use the alternative mixture AddWorks LXR 314.

Packaging & Handling

Delivery form
Liquid

Packaging
Steel drums 50 kg
Pallet 400 kg (8 drums)

Storage
Storage below 10°C can cause a precipitate which can be removed by careful heating.
Minimum shelf life is two years from the date of shipping when properly stored.