A solution of 1,10-phenanthroline that is used as a drier accelerator in paints and coatings that dry by oxidative polymerization. ACTIV-8 functions as a chelating agent for the primary driers cobalt and manganese. Dry times are significantly improved by the addition of ACTIV-8. ACTIV-8 works in coating based on conventional alkyds, high solids alkyds, polyurethanes and uralkyds.
A solution of 1,10-phenanthroline in a water-miscible solvent that is used as a drier-accelerator in water-borne paints and coatings that dry by oxidative polymerization. ACTIV-8 HGL functions as a chelating agent for the primary driers cobalt and manganese. It helps to improve dry times and to stabilize water-reducible alkyd and alkyd emulsion paints against loss of dry on aging.
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