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Alkyd Resins

Alkyd is a polyester resin used in some paints, resins, and clear coatings to form a film. It is synthetic polyester, which the addition of fatty acids and oils modifies. The word alkyd is a combination of “alcohol” and “acid.” Alkyds stem from a polymerization reaction between an alcohol and an acid or anhydride. The addition of unsaturated oil to the ester-forming compounds creates branched polyester with fatty-acid side groups, otherwise known as alkyd.  Read More
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RESYDROL® AZ 6711w/40WA Allnex Resydrol® AZ 6711w/40WA is an oxidatively drying, ammonia neutralised, acryl- and urethane modified alkyd emulsion. It does not contain organic co-solvents and can be used as sole binders for paints, primers and wood-stains. This product is also recommend...view more Resydrol® AZ 6711w/40WA is an oxidatively drying, ammonia neutralised, acryl- and urethane modified alkyd emulsion. It does not contain organic co-solvents and can be used as sole binders for paints, primers and wood-stains. This product is also recommended for combinations with long oil alkyd emulsions or waterborne modified oils for interior and exterior applications. view less Request Sample