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for Polyurea Coatings

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BASF
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BASF is the worlds leading chemical


company: The Chemical Company. Its
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and natural gas. As a reliable partner
to virtually all industries, BASFs high-value
products and intelligent system solutions
help its customers to be more successful.
BASF develops new technologies and
uses them to meet the challenges of the
future and open up additional market
opportunities. It combines economic
success with environmental protection
and social responsibility, thus contributing
to a better future.

Your Competent Partner


for Polyurea Coatings
Top Intermediates Supplier
The Operating Division Intermediates

BASF develops, produces and markets a broad range of curing

of the BASF Group develops, produces

agents, chain extenders and additives for polyurea coatings.

and markets the worlds largest range of

The company, which benets from many years of expertise in this

intermediates. The most important of the

area, offers a comprehensive portfolio of amine-based curing agents.

divisions more than 600 products include

Complete backward integration that includes even raw materials

amines, diols, polyalcohols, acids and

ensures great reliability of supply. As market requirements keep

specialties. Among other applications, in-

changing dynamically, we respond by developing specic new

termediates are used as starting materials

products for polyurea coatings. Polyurea spray eleastomers can

for coatings, plastics, pharmaceuticals,

be used as protective coating in many elds such as automotive,

textile bers, detergents and crop pro-

construction, industrial and housing applications.

tectants. Innovative BASF intermediates


help to improve the properties of the nal
product and the efciency of production
processes. The ISO 9001:2000-certied
Operating Division Intermediates has
access to plants at production sites in
Europe, Asia and the Americas.

Definition of Polyurea by the


Polyurea Development Association (PDA), 2000

BASF is a member of the


Polyurea Development
Association (PDA) and
of the Polyurea Development Association Europe

A pure polyurea coating/elastomer is derived from the reaction product of an isocyanate component and a resin blend component such as amine-terminated polymer
resins, and/or amine-terminated chain extenders. The isocyanate can be aromatic or
aliphatic in nature. It can be a monomer, a polymer, or any variant reaction of isocyanates,
a quasi-prepolymer or a prepolymer. The prepolymer, or a quasi-prepolymer, can be made
of an amine-terminated polymer resin, or a hydroxyl-terminated polymer resin.
The resin blend must be made up of amine-terminated polymer resins, and/or amineterminated chain extenders. The amine-terminated polymer resins will not have any
intentional hydroxyl moieties. Any hydroxyls are the result of incomplete conversion to the
amine-treminated polymer resins. The resin blend may also contain additives or nonprimary components. These additives may contain hydroxyls, such as pre-dispersed
pigments in a polyol carrier. Normally, the resin blend will not contain a catalyst.

Polyurea Technology
Polyurea is an elastomer made from two reactive components
A-component

B-component*

Isocyanate prepolymers (MDI-

Amines (polyetheramines)

based for aromatic systems,

*BASF is the leading supplier of


ingredients for the B-component.

Amine chain extenders

HDI- or IPDI-based for aliphatic

Additives (e.g. pigments,

systems)

defoamers, ame retardants, etc.)

BASFs Intermediates for Polyurea Coatings


Chain Extender

MW

Viscosity

Density

AHEW

m.p.

[g/mol]

[mPa s]

[g/cm]

[g/equiv]

[C]

Registration

(23C)
BaxxodurTM PC 136

275

913 (25C)

0.990

136

EINECS, TSCA, IECSC

Polyetheramine D 230

230

10 (23C)

0.948

120

< -60

EINECS-conform, TSCA,
ENCS/ISHL

Polyetheramine D 400

400

25 (23C)

0.972

220

< -40

EINECS-conform, TSCA,
ENCS/ISHL

Polyetheramine D 2000

2000

273 (23C)

0.996

1000

-29

EINECS-conform, TSCA,
ENCS/ISHL

Polyetheramine T 403

440

102 (23C)

0.983

160

< -20

EINECS-conform, TSCA,
ENCS/ISHL

Polyetheramine T 5000

5000

870 (23C)

0.999

1940

-50

EINECS-conform, TSCA,
ENCS/ISHL

Polytetrahydrofuranamine 1700
(developmental product)

1700

194 (40C)

0.953
(40C)

800

24

EINECS-conform, TSCA,
ENCS/ISHL

Curing Agents

BaxxodurTM is a Trademark of BASF SE in all countries of


the EU, USA, China, Japan, Australia, Korea, Thailand, India,
Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia.
In NAFTA BaxxodurTM PC 136 is exclusively distributed
as PolyclearTM PC 136 by The Hanson Group LLC
Phone: +1-770-495-9554, sales@hansonco.net,
www.hansonco.net
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Baxxodur PC 136

Polyetheramines

Additives

Baxxodur PC 136 is a new cycloaliphatic

Among the polyetheramines used as

Other additives can be part of the curing

secondary amine used as a chain

curing agents Polyetheramine D 2000 is by

system when specic properties are

extender to modify the reactivity of the

far the most commonly applied product.

requested. Those can be pigments

polyurea system. It is applied mostly

Addition of Polyetheramine D 230 and

for colored lms, ame retardants or

in conjunction with polyetheramines

D 400 leads to higher reactivity of the

processing auxiliaries as defoaming or

and thus an essential part of the curing

curing system and also to harder lms.

deaerating agents that help to avoid

system (B-component).

If very high hardness is desired the tri-

or remove entrapped gas bubbles.

functional Polyetheramine T 403 provides


Benefits
Faster lm property development
and green strength than with existing
aliphatic compounds (comparable
to aromatic amines)
Excellent UV and color stability of
the lm

for a stronger crosslinking. With the very


long-chain Polyetheramine T 5000 as part
of the curing system very exible and
elastic lms are obtained.
In addition to high exibility the Polytetrahydrofuranamine 1700 leads to reduced
moisture uptake and swelling as well as
to improved abrasion resistance.

Easy to formulate with various


amine systems
Slows down gel time allowing for
better adhesion, ow and leveling
Maintains better lm stability at
elevated temperatures

Applications
Light-stable OEM polyurea
elastomeric coatings
Light-stable polyurethane coatings
Light-stable top coats
Rapid-curing gel coats with easy
demolding

Polyurea Coatings
Advantages

Application

Polyurea spray elastomers offer out-

Polyurea spray elastomers can be used

standing advantages, such as:

as protective or decorative coating in

Rapidly applied by spray application


Tack-free within minutes
(e.g. cures even below 0C)
fast return to service
Insensitive to moisture and humidity
during application
High chemical resistance
High temperature resistance
High tensile strength

many application areas, such as:

Construction

Transportation

Bridge deck construction and repair

Truck bed liners

Flooring

Railcar lining and track containment

Park decks

Conveyor belt lining

Roof coating

Boat construction

Joint ll, caulking


Architectural design

Good adhesion to many substrates,


e.g. metal, concrete, plastics
Relatively unlimited application
thickness

Industrial applications

Landscaping, housing

Waste water basins

Aquariums, swimming pools, ponds

Tank and pipe coatings and linings

Water parks and playgrounds

Secondary containment for tanks,

Water reservoirs

reactors
Sewer linings

Facades
Bath tubs, shower cabins

Marine coatings
Molded parts

Focus on Innovation

Based on our wide-ranging technological expertise and many


years of experience, we strive continually to add new curing
agents, accelerators and additives to our product range that
will meet our customers ever increasing requirements.
We develop products from the lab to the pilot plant, to industrial production. Patent and environmental issues fall within
our range of services, which we combine selectively, in close
consultation with our customers, to provide package solutions
tailored to their individual needs.

Contact Us

Europe/Asia
Dr. Stephan Gttke
Phone: +49 621 60-48003
Fax:

+49 621 60-22666

stephan.goettke@basf.com
Dr. Werner Bertleff
Phone: +49 621 60-47721
Fax:

+49 621 60-22666

werner.bertleff@basf.com

NAFTA
Jay Bhatia
Phone: +1 973 245-6563
Fax:

+1 973 245-6775

jay.bhatia@basf.com
info.intermediates@basf.com
www.basf.de/intermediates

The data contained in this publication is based on our current knowledge


and experience. In view of the many factors that may affect processing
and application of our product, the data does not relieve processors from
carrying out their own investigations and tests; neither does the data
imply any guarantee of certain properties, nor the suitability of the product
for a specic purpose. Any descriptions, drawings, photographs, data,
proportions, weights etc. given herein may change without prior information
and do not constitute the agreed contractual quality of the product. It is the
responsibility of the recipient of our products to ensure that any proprietary
rights and existing laws and legislation are observed. The safety data given
in this publication is for information purposes only and does not constitute
a legally binding Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). The relevant MSDS
can be obtained upon request from your supplier or you may contact BASF
directly at product-safety.intermediates@basf.com. 2008 edition

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