[Lubrizol, formerly Noveon] A brand name for a high gloss water-based dispersion of an aliphatic, anionic Polyurethane resin. Sancure 878 produces a film with good adhesion to wood, plastic, metal and textiles. The high gloss coating is flexible but hard and resistant to abrasion, chemicals and hydrolysis. An option is available to reduce the hardness by mixing with a softer polymer, such as Sancure 861.
Other options include:
- Sancure™ 825- crosslinkable polyurethane dispersion developed for rigid substrates
- Sancure™ 970 EU Select – crosslinkable high solids polyurethane composite, hard films for residential and commercial floors
- Sancure™ 20041 EU Select – crosslinkable polyurethane dispersion;
- Sancure™ OM-933 – aliphatic oil-modified polyurethane dispersion with low VOC; chemical resistance and exterior durability
Note: Sancure 878 is not sold directly to museums but rather sold to Camger Chemical. Camger then sells an equivalent product under the name Camger 1-175.
Synonyms and Related Terms
Similar products: Camger 1-175
For SDS, please see Camger 1-175
Links to Oddy Test results posted on AIC Wiki Materials Database Pages for individual materials
° AIC Wiki Oddy test Tested in 2006, 2007 (CAM, passed)
Physical and Chemical Properties
Shelf life is 1 year.
Resources and Citations
- Lubrizol Performance Coatings: [Website]