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During the application process, the construction temperature has a certain influence on the solvency. The solubility of inorganic compounds in water has a great influence on the temperature; the solubility of polymer compounds in organic solvents also shows obvious changes with temperature. It is difficult to have uniform dissolution data to explain because of the irregularity of polymer compounds.
Take the performance of aromatic solvents as an example:
In many systems, the toluene solubility is greater than that of xylene, and the xylene solubility is more pronounced than that of trimethylbenzene. In actual work, it can be found that for hydroxy alkyd resin:
(1) At the same temperature, the toluene dissolving power is equivalent to the solubility of xylene plus 5% strong solvent, and the xylene dissolving power is equivalent to about 10% of the strong solvent dissolving power of toluene (Note: it will be different for different resins) ;
(2) At low temperatures (such as around 0 Â°C), the solubility of toluene is equivalent to the solubility of xylene at around 30 Â°C (from the resin viscosity, stability and leveling of the construction), xylene plus 5% When the strong solvent is at about 35 Â° C, the solubility is equivalent to that of xylene below 10 Â° C. The relationship between other solvents' solvency and temperature has the same trend, but to varying degrees.
This gives you a hint:
(1) From the viewpoint of solubility, in the winter, spring, autumn, and summer, there is no obstacle to the mutual adjustment of the aromatic hydrocarbon solvent; (2) this adjustment also forms a very favorable state with the influence of the volatilization rate.
2. The effect of solvent performance on the wet film state during construction
Take ordinary air spraying as an example:
(1) In the process of leaving the nozzle to reach the surface of the object, the solvent can be volatilized by 30%-70%. The proportion of each solvent volatilized is very different from the solvent composition ratio in the coating, which depends mainly on the relative volatilization speed of each solvent. The volatile solvent is mainly characterized by high volatilization rate and low boiling point (and will be volatilized together with some high boiling point varieties).
If the proportion of low-boiling substances in the solvent system is too large, the construction temperature is high, and the extreme case is that the solvent is completely volatilized, and the phenomenon of "orange peel" or "spinning" occurs when the thermoplastic acrylic resin is sprayed, which is the case (in fact, A similar situation can occur with other resins). If the true solvent in the formulation is more volatile than the diluent, the overall solubility in the wet film is reduced, and the "solution" is not formed, and the polymer compound is precipitated, and the film cannot be formed.
This gives you a hint:
(1) The evaporation rate of the true solvent in the solvent system should be lower than the corresponding diluent to form a smooth glow gradient, so that the relative proportion of strong solvent in the wet film is increased;
(2) The design of the solvent system should be considered under different air temperature conditions, which not only provides space for cost reduction, but also ensures the quality of â€œwet filmâ€.
(2) The solvent needs to absorb the â€œevaporation potentialâ€ during volatilization during the construction process. The large amount of heat carried by the solvent can make the wet film temperature lower than the ambient temperature. When the temperature is lower than the air dew point, the water vapor in the air â€œcondensesâ€ to the wet film. In the middle, the wet film is â€œwhitenedâ€, opaque, loses light, and affects other quality indicators. Therefore, in areas and seasons where humidity is relatively high, â€œmoisture-proof agentâ€ is required. Butanol is commonly used in volatile coatings (the price is cheaper), and the most excellent ones are alcohol ethers (high moisture resistance and excellent solvent for most coatings), generally 5%-10% in solvent systems. Better anti-whitening ability.
(3) If the boiling point of the true solvent is relatively low, during the spraying process, the excessive amount of volatilization will cause the total solubility of the solvent system remaining in the wet film to decrease significantly. In severe cases, resin precipitation will occur and the paint film will be opaque.
This gives you a hint:
(1) The solvent system is not less than 30% of high boiling point solvent to ensure its action in the wet film;
(2) About 50% of the solvent in the solvent system will be volatilized during the construction process. The requirements for this part of the solvent are not high. Adjusting the variety can reduce the cost.
(3) The use of high-boiling solvents such as alcohol ethers can function as a "stone" for the production, storage, construction and even film formation of coatings. A good solvent system should have a mass fraction of not less than 10-15%;
(4) In order to adapt to the different functions of the solvent at different stages, a mixed solvent should be used, that is, the solvent should be composed of different dissolving power, different volatilization speed, and different types of solvents, and the formulation thereof is economical and reasonable.
3. The state of the solvent in the process from wet film to dry film
The wet film undergoes a dry-to-dry process â€“ after three stages of drying, the solvent completes its entire mission. From the conversion process of the wet film to the dry film, the conversion coating relies on further polymerization, and the molecular weight of the film-forming material is continuously increased, gradually becoming an insoluble and infusible network polymer compound, and at the same time, depending on the solvent in the wet film (including the remaining solvent, Diluent) is constantly volatilized; non-converting coatings rely solely on solvent evaporation to become a dry film.
After the paint film is dried, the solvent volatilization in the coating film is hindered by the â€œdryâ€ film of the surface layer. If a large amount of solvent (relatively speaking) has not escaped, the underlying coating also has fluidity, and sag occurs under the action of gravity, even if On the flat surface, the internal solvent is blocked, the drying time is prolonged, and the surface layer is easily broken to form a "scorpion" bubble.
The ideal state is that the paint film can volatilize more than 90% before the surface is dried. For the conversion coating, considering the growth process after the molecule, the solvent residue should be slightly more. From this point of view, the viewpoint of using a high boiling point solvent in the aforementioned solvent system is only relative, and the higher the boiling point, the better.
When the coating film is further dried, the "dry" can be achieved. The drying time of the conversion coating mainly depends on the conversion speed, and the dry drying is the concept in the sense of coating film measurement (the time required for drying the coating film by the same standard), at this time There is still a certain distance in the true sense of "dry" (the residual molecules of the solvent are not running inside), and the hardness of the coating film is not the highest. Both types of coatings typically reach the "dry" stage after 7 days. Sometimes, because some polymer compounds have a strong affinity for a specific type of solvent, these "remaining" solvents are difficult to volatilize and escape, and can only escape under heating. This condition is often called "resin to solvent". Retention, which is also an important reason for the hardness of the paint film.
This gives you a hint:
(1) In the solvent system, a part of the strong solvent must be volatilized at a lower rate than the slowest volatilized diluent, ensuring that the last volatile solvent is a good solvent to obtain a good paint film.
(2) During the film formation process, the solvent has a large amount of concentrated volatilization during spraying; in the process of conversion from wet film to dry film, it is desirable to have a gradual volatilization process. If the volatilization is too fast at this time, it is not conducive to film formation performance;
(3) Considering the solvency when designing the solvent formulation, the effect of the volatilization rate on the film formation should be fully considered. It can't be considered that the solvent in the resin solution only accounts for 20-30%, which has little effect. Because the paint manufacturer adds only 20-30% of the solvent used to produce the paint, it is a 1:1 relationship. If it is not handled properly, Will cause complaints; if handled properly, users will get a good evaluation when compared with other suppliers' samples.
(4) The paint manufacturer is a user of the resin manufacturer. When determining the quality of the resin, in addition to some agreed quality standards, they will also conduct application tests, and adjust the film according to their respective formulations and supporting diluents. Taking a two-component polyester varnish as an example, the proportion during the construction is generally: resin liquid: curing agent: diluent = 1:0.5: (1-1.5), when the solvent of the resin liquid and the curing agent enters the overall solvent system of the coating. A considerable proportion of the impact on the coating is obvious. In the improvement of the solvent system, it is necessary to carry out the overall investigation of the paint and film formation, and the use of the diluent sample collected from the user, and the comparative method (ie, simultaneous paint adjustment and spray plate) can be used to see the condition.
1, the problem of solvency
Baoji zhipu non-ferrous metal processing co., LTD. Main processing single crystal furnace, vacuum furnace, furnace, such as sapphire molybdenum, tungsten, tantalum, niobium tungsten bars, tungsten, Tungsten Plate thermal field, tantalum, tantalum, Tantalum Diaphragm, Tantalum Foil , tantalum, tantalum, tantalum bars' accessories processing, such as domestic use of the best quality raw materials, equipped with advanced equipment and professional production team, can be customized according to the requirements of all kinds of materials of Tungsten Products, welcome to inquire, looking forward to your cooperation!
Other Tantalum Products,3N5 Pure Tantalum Crucible,Rod With Various Material,Tantalum Electrode
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