Iron drier

  • Physical Characteristics

    AppearanceClear, low-viscous brown liquid
    Metal contentFe: 7.30 – 7.70 % DIN 55901
    Non-volatile content52.00 – 64.00 % ISO 3251 (2 g, 3 h, 105 °C)
    Viscosity10 – 60 mPa·s ISO 3219 (A) (20 °C)
    Specific gravityNA
    Density0.940 – 0.980 g/cm³ DIN 51757 (20 °C)
    SolventWhite-spirit containing <1 % aromatics

  • Features

    • Primary drier
    • Improves through-drying
    • Develops full effect at high temperatures (> 150 °C)
    • Rapid surface drying
    • Acts as an adhesion promoter in anti-corrosion coatings

  • Applications

    • Coatings which dry by oxidation and are stoved at high temperatures, including:
      • Oil-based baking systems for cans
      • Dark-colored baking systems
    • Anti-corrosion coatings

  • Dosage

    In our experience, the percentage addition of iron, calculated on the metal content per binder (solid), is approx. 0.1 – 1.0 % Fe. The exact amount required depends on the binder used.

  • Storage

    Protect from the effects of weathering and store at temperatures below 50 °C.

    Once opened, containers should be resealed immediately after each removal of the product.

  • Safety

    Please refer to our safety data sheet for information relating to product safety.

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