Escoat® P-77 Non- Silicone Release Coat

Introduction:

Escoat P-77 is a polyolefin masterbatch of a non-silicone release coating used widely for pressure sensitive labels, film, and tapes applications.  The Escoat P-77 masterbatch is produced using a linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) carrier resin.  The masterbatch can then be blended with polyethylene resins and extruded as a film with release coat in it.  The release coat under most conditions will bloom to the surface and act as a release film/layer.  No solvents are then needed to apply the release coating.  The release coat used has a high degree of purity, quality and tight melting point range that offers superior properties and performance to critical release coat users.  The Escoat P-77 can be used on films with adhesives based on natural rubber, SBR, SIS, acrylic, etc. primarily for obtaining release in self wound tapes where tight peel is mandatory.

 Material Description:          Carbamate Release Coat in LLDPE

Chemical Name:                   Polyvinyl Octadecyl Carbamate (PVODC) in LLDPE

Empirical Formula:               [CH2-CH(OCONHC18H37)-]n in -(CH2CH2)-n

CAS #:                                    36671-85-9 in 9002-88-4

Molecular Weight:                [339]n   or > 100,000 in ~10,000

Physical Properties: 

        Appearance:                           Natural colored pellets

Melting Range (PVODC):       87 – 107°C

Melting Point of Masterbatch: Like the PE

Film Forming:                          At extrusion temperature

Polyolefin:                               80%

PVODC                                    20%

Product Details:  Please view our Escoat P-77 PDF