A Study on the Polymer Blend Application Based on Natural Rubber Latex and Acrylic Resin as a Binder for Wall Paints

The polymer blends established organic rubber tinted covering and tinted covering sticky substance were created in this place study. It was therefore secondhand as a paint binder. The integrating percentages of normal rubber tinted covering and tinted covering sticky substance ranged from 30/70, 40/60, 50/50, 60/40, and 70/30 (w/w), accompanying the unaffected elastic latex being pre-vulcanized before being mixed accompanying tinted covering resin. The case was listened through the tangible and mechanical possessions of the blends. Highest stiffness and extension at break were found at the integrating percentage at 30/70 (w/w) of everyday elastic latex and tinted covering sticky substance. Some material and mechanical characteristics as coagulate content and pliable property of pre-vulcanized unrefined elastic tinted covering, acrylic sticky substance and each polymer blends were too examined. This may be accredit the rapport middle from two points elastic development of the unrefined elastic and hard phase of tinted covering sticky substance. When adjoining higher percentage of unaffected elastic latex, the stiffness and extension at break discontinued continuously, signifying inhomogeneity of these two aspects. To reinforce the compatibility of the blend at 30/70 (w/w), the coagulate content was still noticed. Using a high-depiction cover results in a paint accompanying excellent devotion. In this work, a polymer blend of unrefined elastic and acrylic sticky substance in an best percentage was employed as a cover for divider paints. Unlike different blending percentages, this join completely dissolved in non-opposed fit. As a result, this harmonizing percentage is highly urged and adapted for use as a paint cover.

Author(s) Details:

A. Worlee,
Research and Development of Halal Products, Faculty of Science and Technology, Fatoni University, Pattani, 94160, Thailand.

N. Homdong,
Industrial Metrology and Testing Service Centre, Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research, Patumthani, Bangkok 12120, Thailand.

N. Hayeemasae,
Department of Rubber Technology and Polymer Science, Faculty of Science and Technology, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus, 94000, Thailand.

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Keywords: Natural rubber, polymer, acrylic resin, ozonolysis

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