This Poly Vinyl Alcohol Cold is a highly effective product that is great for a variety of uses. With its unique formula, it provides a strong and durable hold for all your projects. Plus, its cold-resistant properties make it perfect for use in colder temperatures, ensuring maximum performance and results. Trust the expertise of Poly Vinyl Alcohol Cold for all your adhesive needs.
Other Names: PVOH Cold, Cold Water-Soluble PVOH
CAS Number: Not applicable, as polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH) is a polymer with varying molecular weights and does not have a single CAS number.
Chemical Formula: (C₂H₄O)ₙ
Average Molar Mass: The molar mass of polyvinyl alcohol varies depending on its degree of polymerization, with an average molar mass typically ranging from 20,000 to 150,000 g/mol.
Density: The density of polyvinyl alcohol can vary depending on its specific grade and degree of hydrolysis but is typically around 1.19 to 1.31 g/cm³.
Appearance: White to off-white powder or granules.
Applications and Uses:
Poly vinyl alcohol cold is primarily used as a water-soluble polymer in various industries, including the pharmaceutical, textile, and adhesive industries.
It serves as a thickening and binding agent in the formulation of cold water-soluble packaging films, laundry bags, and detergent pods.
Used in pharmaceuticals as a coating material for tablets and as a binder in the preparation of solid dosage forms.
Utilized in the textile industry for warp sizing and finishing processes.
Acts as an adhesive in paper and cardboard packaging applications.
Storage and Handling Guidelines:
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture.
Keep containers tightly closed to prevent contamination.
Follow the manufacturer's specific storage recommendations, as they may vary depending on the grade and intended use of the product.
PVOH cold is generally considered safe when handled properly.
Avoid direct contact with eyes and skin. In case of contact, rinse thoroughly with water.
Use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when handling.
Follow recommended guidelines for safe handling, storage, and disposal.
Consult the material safety data sheet (MSDS) or safety data sheet (SDS) provided by the manufacturer for detailed safety instructions.
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