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HALOX® XTAIN A is a premium, multi-valent tannin stain inhibiting pigment used in exterior architectural wood coatings. It was designed to react with tannin derivates and prevents their migration into the topcoat in a variety of resin systems such as acrylic latexes, vinyl acrylic latexes, and styrenated acrylic latexes.

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Advantages

It contains zirconium and aluminum cations which chelate phenolic side groups in tannic acid.

Features

It is effective at very low dosages (0.5-3.0% TFW) and is barium and antimony-free.

Benefits

HALOX® XTAIN A will provide cost savings due to the lower dosages needed to stop tannin bleed.

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Water-Based Latex
  • ACRONAL S 725
    • Europe Cost-Effective Water-based Acrylic Tannin Stain Blocking Primer using HALOX® XTAIN® A
  • DL 313 NL (SBR)
    • US Styrene Butadiene (SBR) Latex Nicotine/Water Stain Blocking Primer for Ceiling Tile using HALOX® XTAIN® A
  • Essential R5884
    • US Tannin Stain Blocking Acrylic Wood Coating using HALOX® XTAIN® A
  • NEOCRYL XK 37
    • Europe Cost-Effective Water-based Acrylic Tannin Stain Primer using HALOX® XTAIN® A
  • RHOPLEX MV-23
    • US Acrylic Latex Emulsion using HALOX® XTAIN® A (RHOPLEX MV-23)
    • US Water-based Acrylic Nicotine/Water Stain Blocking Primer for Ceiling Tile using HALOX® XTAIN® A
  • RHOPLEX PR-3232 LO
    • US Cost-Effective Water-based Acrylic Tannin Stain Blocking Primer using HALOX® XTAIN® A
  • VIACRYL VSC 6275
    • Europe White Wood Primer using HALOX® XTAIN® A
  • VIACRYL VSC 6293
    • Europe Water-based Acrylic Tannin Stain Blocking Primer using HALOX® XTAIN® A
    • Europe White Wood Primer using HALOX® XTAIN® A

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