For interior and exterior paints, matte, gloss and semi-gloss finishes.

Emulsions are either homopolymers or copolymers of vinyl acetate, styrene, or acrylic monomers produced by a process known as “emulsion polymerization”. They are made up of 45-55% by weight of polymers dispersed in water and are the bases of water-based coatings or latex paints.


Latex paints are widely used for concrete surfaces because of their good alkali and water resistance and excellent outdoor durability. In addition, they have won acceptance being water-based.


Film-formation of water-based coatings begins when water evaporates, bringing the resin particles into close contact with one another. Inner-particle forces cause fusion of the individual particle entrapping any pigment and plasticizer thay may have been present in the water phase, thus, producing a continuous film.

Vinyl Acetate Homopolymer
  • Interior/exterior paints for all kinds of substrates except highly alkaline substrates
Vinyl Acetate Acrylic Copolymer
  • Interior/exterior paints for all kinds of substrates except highly alkaline substrates,good scrub resistance
  • Interior/exterior paints for all kinds of substrates, very high opacity.
Vinyl Acetate Terpolymer
  • Interior/exterior flat and gloss latex paints with good scrub/alkali/mudcrack  resistance
Pure Acrylic-Copolymer
  • Interior/exterior flat/gloss latex paints with high opacity/good alkali and/or scrub resistance,
  • formula for interior/exterior gloss latex with high gloss/opacity, good scrub/wet adhesion also available.