The preliminary findings suggest biobased SA can replace between 20-35% of the PA, producing a polyester alkyd resin with improved b* color values while maintaining adequate drying time and Persoz hardness values when formulated into mattbased alkyd paints. This study builds further on the commercial introduction of Ecoat’s Secoia® 1404 biobased alkyd binder emulsion.
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Biobased Succinic Acid Can Replace between 20-35% of Petro-based Phthalic Anhydride
Succinic acid provides significant opportunity to improve the biobased carbon content of alkyd formulations
October 9, 2014
Ecoat and BioAmber have initiated a study on the partial replacement of petro-based phthalic anhydride (PA) by BioAmber’s biobased succinic acid in pentaerythritol alkyd resins (Penta resins).