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Bayhydrol® UH XP 2660

Anionic aliphatic polyester-polyurethane dispersion, cosolvent-free.Combination binder for the formulation of water-reducible soft-feel coatings.

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Product Types

  • Dispersion
  • PU dispersion
  • PU dispersion - high molecular
  • Waterbased dispersion
  • Polyurethane
  • Non-reactive system


Coatings, paints & inks
Elastic, Low viscous, Solvent-free, Waterborne, Flexible

General Characterization

Bayhydrol UH XP 2660 is an Anionic aliphatic polyester-polyurethane dispersion, cosolvent-free.
It is suitable as a combination binder for the formulation of water-reducible soft-feel coatings.

Storage Conditions

Bayhydrol UH XP 2660 should be stored in tightly sealed original containers and protected from freezing, heat, and foreign materials. The product is sensitive to freezing. Prolonged freezing can damage the product irreversibly. Prolonged storage at higher temperatures may result in a decrease of viscosity and/or an increase of average particle size, possibly resulting in sedimentation or coagulation. The containers must be well closed to prevent the evaporation of water which may result in the formation of a non-redispersible film. Recommended storage temperature is > 0º-40ºC.


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Technical Properties & Datasheets


Property Name Test Method Unit Value
Non-volatile content (1g/1h/125°C) % 39 - 41
pH 10% in water 6 - 8
Flow time 23°C, 4 mm cup s 10 - 30


Property Name Test Method Unit Value
Density at 20^oC g/ml approx. 1.1
Minimum film forming temperature (MFT) °C < 0


Technical Data Sheet
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