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Silicate Paints

silicate Silicate paints are mostly used for mineral as well as porous substrates. Due to the polymers good adhesion on porous substrates, it is likely used for renovation of old facades especially heritage-protected buildings. Due to the addition of sodium silicate (waterglass) the paint is hydrophobic but at the same time has a high rate of diffusion so that it is possible to create a breathable coating. Furthermore, silicate paints can be used for high humidity areas like bathrooms.



  • Polymer
  • Solids (%)
  • Viscosity (cps)
  • Tg (°C)
  • Ecronova® KDA 788
  • 49-51
  • 50-300
  • +9
  • Ecronova® KDA 788 is a styrene acrylic polymer designed for preservative free interior matte paints and silicate paints and plasters.

  • Ecronova® KDA 618 eco
  • 49-51
  • 1000-5000
  • +22
  • Ecronova® KDA 618 eco is an APEO-free styrene- acrylic dispersion, which achieves excellent wet rub resistance and high hiding power due to its high pigment wetting properties.


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