HEC for interior paint
Hydroxyethylcellulose (HEC) are non-ionic, water-soluble materials that can thicken, suspend, bind, emulsify, form films, stabilize, disperse, retain water, and provide protective colloid action.
HEC is been applied in many applications,
- Cement paints
- Exterior paints
- Interior paints
- Limewash paints
- Paint-stripping pastes
- Powder paints
- Silicate paints
- Silicone resin paints
- Solid paints
Packaging, Storage and Safety instructions
Packed in 25 kg multilayer paper sack with polyethylene intermediate layer and inner P.E. bag.
When stored in closed containers, or in its original packaging in a dry place at room temperature, CELOPRO can be kept for a long time. In the case of high viscosity grades, a slow loss of viscosity can be measured after lengthy storage (>1 year). CELOPRO absorbs water from moist air. Once opened, container must be resealed and kept tightly closed.
Cellulose ethers constitute a dust explosion hazard. Dust formation and deposits must be kept to a minimum so that no ignitable dust/air mixtures can form. Ignition sources such as naked flames, hot surfaces, spark and static electricity should be avoided. CELOPRO starts to decompose at about 200° C. Its ignition temperature is >360° C. It burns easily and the fire may spread.