Camger 1-175 Polyglase Environmental Coating
[Camger Coating Systems Inc.] A protective coating formulated with an aliphatic urethane and poly(propylene glycol). Camger 1-175 is designed to provide a barrier coating to minimize off-gassing. The preparation does not contain any solvents and the dried coating is resistant to abrasion, chemicals and hydrolysis.
Camger was originally made in two different formulations: Polyglase 1-175 and 1-146. 1-175 was the formulation that was originally developed and tested for conservation use, but 1-146 was very similar in formulation and cost. For a period the company kept 1-146 but discontinued the 1-175, then later restarted production of 1-175 by repurposing Sancure 878. Camger 1-175 has shown excellent adhesion properties to a wide variety of substrates such as, solid woods, particleboard, Medite II.
Synonyms and Related Terms
Polyglase I-175; Camger I-146
Similar products: Sancure 878
- Coating - Clear Gloss Waterborne Finish
- Sealant for wood products used in interior of exhibition cases
- Gluing seams and as edge sealant for case materials (Field Museum)
- Not classified as hazardous under OSHA Haz-Com Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200), GHS
- Camger Coatings: SDS Camger 1-175
Environmental precautions: No special measures required. Smaller quantities can be disposed of with household waste.
Physical and Chemical Properties
- pH-value at 25 °C (77 °F): 7 - 8
- Melting point/Melting range: Undetermined.
- Boiling point/Boiling range: 100 °C (212 °F)
- Flash point: >201 °C (>393.8 °F)
- Vapor pressure at 20 °C (68 °F): 23 hPa (17.3 mm Hg)
- Density at 20 °C (68 °F): 1.026 g/cm³ (8.56197 lbs/gal)
- Solubility in / Miscibility with Water: Not miscible or difficult to mix.
- VOC content: 1.6 g/l / 0.01 lb/gl
Instructions for use: Mix well before using. This product is made ready to use. If thinning is necessary use small amounts of water. It can be applied by either spraying or brushing (with a foam brush). Two coats are recommended for protection. Sanding is recommended between coats.
Typical dry times are 2-3 hours, but full-cure can take up to a week to harden from a soft coating.
No special requirements for storage or handling.
Forms and Sizes
Available in gloss (I-175) or satin (I-175-50)