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Binder Sylic PR4100

  • PR4100

  • Sylic

  • 1204100

Product Description

Main Material

Special high molecular polymer

Technical Indicators Appearance

White liquid with blue light

pH value(original solution) 7.5-9.0
Ionicity Anion

Performance and Characteristics

  • 1. Bright colors and high color yield.

  • 2. Has a soft hand feel, good rubbing fastness and brushing fastness.

  • 3. Excellent thermal stability and mechanical stability, excellent dispersion effect of emulsion, no jamming during printing.

  • 4. Good self-crosslinking reactivity and bright film formation.

  • 5. Eco-friendly, suitable for baby clothes.




It is suitable for the gluing process on cotton and polyester-cotton blended fabrics; it is also suitable for soft rubber coating and flocking glue for flocking processing.


Recommended Process

1. Process formula:

Coating paste              X%

Adhesive PR4100     5-25%

Water or other            Y%

Total                           100%

2. Process flow: color paste preparation→baking (150-160℃, 1.5-2min).

The specific process should be adjusted by the user through the sample as appropriate.

Packaging and Storage

Packaging & Storage

120kg plastic drum, sealed and stored at 0-40℃, the shelf life is 6 months at room temperature.

 Three Main Packaging Types: Woven Bags/Plastic Barrels /IBC Drum

main packaging types



  • What is a binder pigment?

    A binder is the substance that the pigment or dye is mixed into to create paint. A binder is also known as the medium or vehicle. Binders can also be natural or synthetic. Natural binders include linseed oil and gum arabic.

  • Do pigments require a binder?

    Paint consists primarily of two components: pigment and binder. In order to produce paint, pigment and binder are ground into a stiff paste which must have three requirements: it must be brushable, it must adhere permanently to the support's surface and it must not alter significantly in time.

  • What is binder in pigment printing?

    The binder used in the pigment printing process is usually based on styrene- butadiene, styrene acrylate or vinyl acetate-acrylate co-polymer. Binders are the mechanism used to keep the color on the fabric when using pigments for printing textiles.

  • What is the most commonly used binder?

    Common traditional binders include sucrose, gelatin and starch. More recently introduced binders include polymers such as cellulose derivatives and polyvinylpyrrolidone, which have improved adhesive properties. Examples of dry binders include cross-linked polyvinylpyrrolidone and microcrystalline cellulose.

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