Lascaux Acrylic Adhesive 360 HV

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[Alois K Diethelm, Switzerland] A trademark for a thermoplastic acrylic resin composed of a water-based dispersion of butyl acrylate and methylmethacrylate thickened with acrylic butylester. The minimum film formation temperature for Lascaux Acrylic Adhesive 360 HV is approximately 0°C. It dries to form a film that is more flexible and elastic than 498HV. The dry film is slightly tacky and can be used as a weak pressure sensitive adhesive or it can be activated to improve adhesion with toluene, alcohol or heat (50-55°C). The emulsion can be thinned with water, but once the film is dried it is insoluble in water. Lascaux 360 HV is used as an adhesive for lining paintings and textiles.

Other Properties

Dry films: Soluble in acetone, ethanol, toluene and xylene. Insoluble in water, white spirit and ligroin.

Molecular Weight Tg= -8C

Additional Information

° Talas: Information sheet

° J. Down, M.MacDonald, J.Te'treault, S.Williams, Adhesive Testing at the Canadian Conservation Institute-An Evaluation of Selected Poly(Vinyl acetate) and Acrylic Adhesives", Studies in Conservation 41:19-44, 1996.

° D.Allard, K.Katz "Quantitative Study: The Effects of Sized Materials and Drying Time in the Use of Lascaux 360HV as a Lining Adhesive: JAIC 26;19-26, 1987

Sources Checked for Data in Record

  • Book and Paper Group, Paper Conservation Catalog, AIC, 1984, 1989
  • Product Information Comment: Manufacturer's literature: glass transition= -8; sealing point= 50-55C
  • Marie Svoboda, Conservation Survey Index, unpublished, 1997
  • Gordon Hanlon, contributed information, 1998
  • Meredith Montague, contributed information, 1998
  • Teri Hensick, contributed information, 1998
  • Conservation Materials Ltd., Catalog
  • Conservation Support Systems, Catalog, 1997

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