JP3636203B1 - Rust-proof water-based coating composition containing no chromium - Google Patents

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JP3636203B1
JP3636203B1 JP2004210288A JP2004210288A JP3636203B1 JP 3636203 B1 JP3636203 B1 JP 3636203B1 JP 2004210288 A JP2004210288 A JP 2004210288A JP 2004210288 A JP2004210288 A JP 2004210288A JP 3636203 B1 JP3636203 B1 JP 3636203B1
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Abstract

To develop a water-based anti-corrosion coating composition that does not contain harmful metals such as chromium, can uniformly disperse metal powders such as zinc, and provides stability over time and improved corrosion resistance.
[MEANS FOR SOLVING PROBLEMS] A metal powder selected from zinc, a zinc alloy and aluminum (flakes) in a liquid composed of 20 to 60% by mass of water and 2 to 20% by mass of a water-soluble organic solvent and a chelate. A slurry-like composition in which metal powder is uniformly dispersed, containing 1 to 15% by mass of the organic substituent-containing organic titanate compound, preferably further containing 15% by mass or less of alkoxysilane. Furthermore, it may contain 0.1 to 10% by mass in total of other additives such as thickeners, dispersants, rust preventive pigments, colloidal silica fine particles, wetting agents and antifoaming agents.

Description

  The present invention relates to a water-based anti-corrosion coating composition that does not contain any harmful metals such as chromium. The coating composition of the present invention is useful in the metal surface treatment field for the purpose of rust prevention of steel members.

  In the field of coating compositions intended for rust prevention of steel, water-based rust prevention coating compositions mainly composed of zinc powder and chromic acid have been frequently used. This coating composition can keep the zinc powder dispersed in water stable for a long period of time due to the passivating action of hexavalent chromium, and is excellent in storage stability of the liquid. Since the coating composition containing zinc powder effectively works as a sacrificial anti-corrosion action by known zinc and prevents corrosion of the underlying steel, an excellent anti-rust effect is obtained.

  In recent years, environmental pollution due to the toxicity of hexavalent chromium and health hazards to humans have become a concern, and along with the tendency to suppress the use of hazardous metals such as hexavalent chromium, legally harmful metals such as hexavalent chromium There are also movements to restrict use. Therefore, a coating composition that does not contain any harmful metals such as chromium has been strongly desired in the field of anticorrosive coating compositions.

  As a rust-proof coating composition that does not contain chromium (acid), a coating composition of a type in which zinc powder and a film-forming component are dispersed or dissolved in an organic solvent, that is, a solvent-based coating composition has been generally used. there were. However, the use of organic solvents is also restricted from the viewpoint of environmental pollution due to atmospheric release, work safety, and the like, and an aqueous rust-proof coating composition is desired.

  When making a water-based coating composition using zinc powder, if the zinc powder is simply dispersed with water, zinc is easily transformed into zinc hydroxide by reaction with water. Become. That is, although zinc powder can be dispersed in water due to its hydrophilicity, when it is dispersed in water, the above-described alteration is likely to occur, and it becomes difficult to stably hold zinc itself for a long period of time. Therefore, even if the coating treatment is performed using such a composition, the modified zinc cannot exhibit the sacrificial anticorrosive ability, and thus the expected rust prevention effect cannot be obtained.

  In order to prevent chemical reaction between zinc and water, it is possible to use zinc powder coated with hydrophobic fatty acid on the surface, but the hydrophobicity by fatty acid becomes stronger and this kind of zinc powder repels water. It becomes difficult to uniformly disperse in water.

  Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 10-46058 discloses that a silane coupling agent, particularly an epoxy functional silane coupling agent is used as a film forming component, and a zinc and / or aluminum powder is used as an aqueous coating composition. Has been.

  In Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2004-35828, zinc powder is treated with a silane coupling agent having a mercapto group to make it water-dispersible, and this is used to make inorganic resin such as sodium silicate, ethyl silicate, etc. The production of water-based paints together with resins is described.

  However, when the present inventors investigated, when a silane coupling agent was used, even if zinc powder can be disperse | distributed in a water-system coating composition in the short term, it is difficult to maintain the state in the long term. It has been found. Therefore, there is still a need for an aqueous coating composition using zinc powder that can be used for applications that require a uniform dispersion state for a long period of time, such as continuous production in an actual factory.

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 10-46058 JP 2004-35828 A

  The present invention is an excellent film that can stably disperse zinc powder in water over a long period of time without using any harmful metal compound such as chromium, and has excellent corrosion resistance. It is an object of the present invention to provide an aqueous rust-proof coating composition having both formability.

According to the present invention, by have a chelating substituent as a medium for dispersing the metal powder, thus using a solution of an organic titanate compound in the chelate form, it is possible to solve the above problems.
Here, the present invention is zinc, characterized in that it contains an organic titanate compound that form a powder and chelate of a metal selected from zinc alloy and aluminum, are rustproof coating composition for aqueous .

In a preferred embodiment, the rust-preventing aqueous coating composition of the present invention further has the following characteristics:
The content of the metal powder is 10 to 60% by mass and the content of the organic titanate compound is 1 to 15% by mass;
The liquid component of the coating composition is a mixture of water and a water-soluble organic solvent having a boiling point higher than that of water;
The water content is 20-60% by mass and the organic solvent content is 2-20% by mass;
-Further comprising a silicon compound selected from alkoxysilanes and hydrolysates thereof;
The content of the silicon compound is 15% by mass or less;
-Containing at least one other additive in an amount such that the total amount is in the range of 0.1-10% by weight; and-said other additive is a thickener, dispersant, rust preventive pigment, colloid It is selected from the group consisting of fine silica particles, wetting agents and antifoaming agents.

  Since the water-based coating composition for rust prevention according to the present invention does not contain harmful metal compounds such as chromium, it is not necessary to worry about environmental pollution and health damage to the human body. Moreover, since the dispersion stability of the metal powder is superior to the conventional chromium-free rust-preventing water-based coating composition, the stability over time is good, and it can be prevented from being gelled and wasted immediately. Furthermore, since it is excellent in film forming property, it is possible to form a rust preventive film with improved corrosion resistance.

Hereinafter, the rust-preventing aqueous coating composition of the present invention will be described in detail for each component. In the following description, “%” means “% by mass” unless otherwise specified.
Metal powder:
As the metal powder, one or more selected from zinc powder, zinc alloy powder, and aluminum powder, which are conventionally used in coating compositions for rust prevention, are used. Examples of the zinc alloy include Zn—Ni, Zn—Sn, Zn—Fe, Zn—Al, Zn—Al—Mg, and the like. Zinc powder and zinc alloy powder are often coated with a fatty acid in order to prevent deterioration due to water, but those coated with such a fatty acid in the present invention can also be used. Below, the case where metal powder is zinc powder is mainly demonstrated.

  The shape of the metal powder may be any of a granular shape, a flake shape, and a mixture thereof, but the flake shape is desirable in order to realize high corrosion resistance with a thin film thickness. The flaky metal powder may be supplied in a paste form.

  The particle size (average particle size) of the metal powder is desirably smaller than 50 μm even in the form of flakes. The particle size of the metal powder is more desirably 30 μm or less. The metal powder may be surface-treated with a silane coupling agent, but such surface treatment is not essential for the dispersion of the metal powder in the present invention.

  The metal powder is preferably in an amount within a range of 10 to 60%, more preferably 20 to 50%, by mass% based on the total coating composition. When the amount is too large, it becomes difficult to apply the composition, and the strength of the film is lowered. When the amount is too small, the rust prevention property of the film is lowered.

Organic titanate compounds:
The organic titanate compound means an organic compound represented by the general formula: Ti (OR) 4 . Here, the OR group is selected from a hydroxyl group, a lower alkoxy group, and a chelating substituent.

  The lower alkoxy group means an alkoxy group having 6 or less carbon atoms, preferably 4 or less, such as methoxy, ethoxy, propoxy, isopropoxy, butoxy, isobutoxy, tert-butoxy and the like. The lower alkoxy group of the organic titanate compound easily undergoes hydrolysis at room temperature in an aqueous environment to become a hydroxyl group (OH group).

The chelating substituent, means a group derived chelating forming ability of lifting one organic compound. Such organic compounds, beta-diketo emissions such as acetylacetone, alkylcarbonyl carboxylic acids and esters thereof such as acetoacetic acid, hydroxy acids such as lactic acid, alkanolamines such as triethanolamine, etc. are exemplified. Specific examples of the chelating substituent include lactate, ammonium lactate, triethanolamate, acetylacetonate, acetoacetate, ethylacetoacetate, and the like. Such a chelating substituent bonded to an organic titanate compound is unlikely to be hydrolyzed at room temperature even in an aqueous environment, unlike a lower alkoxy group, but undergoes hydrolysis when heated to a high temperature.

In the present invention, an organic titanate compound in a chelate form is used. That is, in the above general formula, at least one OR group is a chelating substituent. However, as will be described later, in order to ensure the bond between the organic titanate compound and the surface of the zinc powder, at least one, preferably at least two OR groups are a hydroxyl group or a lower alkoxy group, preferably a lower alkoxy group. . Preferred organic titanate compounds are those in which the two OR groups are lower alkoxy groups that are easily hydrolyzed at room temperature and the remaining two OR groups are chelating substituents that are not easily hydrolyzed at room temperature. Specific examples of such organic titanate compounds include dibutoxytitanium bis (triethanolamate), dipropoxytitanium bis (triethanolamate), dipropoxytitanium bis (acetylacetonate), dihydroxytitanium bis (lactate), dipropoxytitanium bis (Ethyl acetoacetate) and the like.

  In the aqueous coating composition of the present invention, the hydroxyl group of the organic titanate compound and the lower alkoxy group that easily hydrolyzes at room temperature to form a hydroxyl group undergo a condensation reaction with the hydroxyl group present on the surface of the zinc powder. It is firmly bonded to the surface of the surface by chemical bonds. As a result, the surface of the zinc powder is covered with titanate molecules, and direct contact between the zinc powder and water is avoided, so that the progress of alteration of the zinc powder from zinc to zinc hydroxide due to the reaction with water is suppressed.

  At the same time, chelating substituents such as triethanolaminate groups of organic titanate compounds remain stable at room temperature without hydrolysis even in an aqueous environment, so even after the organic titanate compound is bonded to the surface of the zinc powder, The surface of the zinc powder to which the titanate molecules are bound retains moderate hydrophilicity due to the chelating substitution remaining on the titanate molecules. For this reason, zinc powder can be uniformly dispersed in an aqueous environment even when titanate molecules are bonded to the surface, and the transformation to zinc hydroxide is suppressed as described above. It can be kept stable in the long term.

  Furthermore, the organic titanate compound also serves as a binder component. That is, after applying the coating composition, if the heat treatment is performed at 200 to 400 ° C. for 10 to 120 minutes, for example, the chelating substituents remaining on the molecules of the organic titanate compound bonded to the surface of the zinc powder are also reduced. Hydrolyzes to a hydroxyl group. And this hydroxyl group is a hydroxyl group in the adjacent titanate molecule, or a hydroxyl group on the surface of the base steel material, and an active hydrogen-containing group (hydroxyl group, amino group, mercapto group, etc.) contained in other components in the coating composition. A film having a three-dimensional crosslinked structure can be formed by a condensation reaction. Thus, the organic titanate compound firmly binds the zinc powder uniformly dispersed in the composition, and at the same time forms a titanium oxide film that is firmly bonded to the base metal.

  The amount of organic titanate compound is preferably 1-15% of the total coating composition, more preferably 5-12%. When the amount is too large, the rust prevention property of the film is lowered, and when it is too small, the film strength is lowered.

Silicon compounds:
The binder component in the rust-preventing aqueous coating composition of the present invention may be only the above-mentioned organic titanate compound, but if desired, a hydrolyzable silicon compound may be used in combination. Thereby, the film is further strengthened and the corrosion resistance is further improved.

The silicon compound may be one or more selected from alkoxysilanes and hydrolysates thereof. The alkoxysilane is preferably a compound represented by the general formula (R ′) Si (OR ″) 3 .

  Here, the R ′ group is a hydroxy group, a lower alkoxy group such as methoxy, ethoxy or isopropoxy, a lower alkyl group such as methyl or ethyl, a lower alkenyl group such as a vinyl group, or a γ-glycidoxy It is selected from functional group-containing lower alkyl groups such as propyl, γ-methacrylopropyl, γ-mercaptopropyl, and the like. The OR "group is selected from a hydroxy group and a lower alkoxy group such as methoxy, ethoxy, isopropoxy, etc., and the three OR" groups may be the same or different.

  Specific examples of the alkoxysilane include tetramethoxysilane, tetraethoxysilane, methyltrimethoxysilane, methyltriethoxysilane, vinyltrimethoxysilane, vinyltriethoxysilane, γ-glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane, and the like. But it is not limited to that. Various alkoxysilanes marketed as silane coupling agents can also be used.

Alkoxysilane can also be used in the form of a hydrolyzate that has been hydrolyzed to some extent in advance.
When such a hydrolyzable organosilicon compound is placed in an aqueous environment, the alkoxy group gradually undergoes hydrolysis at room temperature to become a hydroxyl group. Therefore, when such an organosilicon compound is used alone in an aqueous coating composition without coexisting an organic titanate compound, hydrolysis of the alkoxy group gradually proceeds and the surface state of the zinc powder gradually changes. At the same time, the bonding between the hydroxyl groups produced by hydrolysis gradually progresses, causing problems such as natural thickening, gelation, phase separation, precipitation, and solidification of the coating composition, and uniform dispersion of the coating composition. Inhibits stability. Moreover, since the binder effect by heat processing is not acquired and film hardening is inadequate, there also exists a problem that target corrosion resistance cannot fully be acquired.

  However, when the silicon compound is used in combination with the organic titanate compound according to the present invention, sufficient uniformity of the aqueous composition and stability over time can be sufficiently obtained, and the corrosion resistance after film hardening is also improved. The reason is considered as follows.

  When a silicon compound and an organic titanate compound are used in combination, both are bonded by a reaction shown in the following formula. As a result, the hydrolysis of the silicon compound is suppressed through bonding with the organic titanate compound, and the same effect as in the case of using the organic titanate compound alone is obtained.

[Chemical 1]
(RO) (R ') (RO) (R')
| | | |
(RO) -Ti- (OR) + (R "O) -Si- (OR") → (RO) -Ti-O-Si- (OR ")
| | | |
(RO) (R "O) (RO) (R" O)
In addition, the bond between the organic titanate compound and the silicon compound further enhances the chemical reaction and cross-linking action between the surface of the metal powder in the coating composition and the surface of the coated steel member. As a result, the corrosion resistance is further improved.

When a silicon compound is used in combination, the amount is preferably 15% or less of the total coating composition, more preferably 10% or less.
Liquid component (water + organic solvent):
The rust-proof coating composition of the present invention is water-based, but it is preferable to contain an organic solvent in addition to water as a liquid component. If the liquid component is only water, the removal of the fatty acid often applied to the surface of the zinc powder becomes insufficient, and the organic titanate compound cannot be sufficiently coated by binding to the surface of the zinc powder. The effect cannot be fully exhibited. In addition, when the coating composition is applied, the organic solvent is better blended into the member to be coated, so that the adhesion of the film is improved. Furthermore, regarding various additives added at the time of forming a paint, by using an organic solvent, a wide variety of additives can be used.

  Suitable organic solvents include ethylene glycol, diethylene glycol, triethylene glycol, polyethylene glycol, propylene glycol, dipropylene glycol, tripropylene glycol, and monomethyl ether, monoethyl ether, monobutyl ether of these glycols, and even methoxybutanol, Examples include methoxymethylbutanol and the like.

The amount of organic solvent is preferably 2 to 20% of the total coating composition, more preferably 5 to 20%.
On the other hand, the amount of water is preferably 20 to 60% of the total coating composition, and more preferably 30 to 50%.

Other additives:
The rust-preventing water-based coating composition of the present invention can contain various additives generally used in paints, if necessary. Examples of such additives include thickeners, dispersants, rust preventive pigments, colloidal silica fine particles, and the like.

  Examples of the thickener include water-soluble polymers such as polyvinyl alcohol, water-soluble polyamide and polyethylene oxide, cellulose derivatives such as methylcellulose and hydroxyethylcellulose, and silicate inorganic thickeners.

  Examples of the dispersant include naphthalenesulfonic acid formalin condensate, polyether phosphate ester surfactant, polyacrylic acid polymer, and the like, as well as various nonionic surfactants and anionic surfactants.

Examples of the rust preventive pigment include zinc phosphate, magnesium phosphate, zinc molybdate, and aluminum phosphomolybdate.
The colloidal silica fine particles are sol-like or water-dispersible silica particles having a particle diameter finer than 1 μm, and have the effect of improving the corrosion resistance and film strength of the film, similar to the silicon compound described above. Examples of colloidal silica fine particles include colloidal silica (aqueous silica), fumed silica (gas phase silica), lithium silicate, and the like. Since the composition is aqueous, highly hydrophilic colloidal silica and lithium silicate are preferred.

In addition, conventional coating additives such as wetting agents and antifoaming agents can also be contained in the coating composition of the present invention.
These other additives are preferably added in total in amounts ranging from 0.1 to 10% of the total coating composition.

Each of the components constituting the rust-preventing aqueous coating composition of the present invention described above can be used alone or in combination of two or more.
The rust-preventing aqueous coating composition of the present invention is prepared by sufficiently stirring and mixing the above-described components and uniformly dispersing the metal powder in the liquid.

  Steel members to which the rust-preventing water-based coating composition can be applied include all steel members from steel plates, rods, steel pipes, mold steels, molded products, and small parts such as bolts. The steel member may be subjected to a treatment widely used as a coating pretreatment for improving coating adhesion and corrosion resistance, such as shot blasting and phosphate coating.

  Application | coating of the coating composition to a steel member can be performed by conventional methods, such as roll application | coating, spraying, brush application | coating, immersion, etc., and what is necessary is just to select an appropriate application | coating method according to the form of the member. The coating is preferably performed so that the thickness of the film formed after the heat treatment is in the range of 2 to 30 μm.

  As described above, the heat treatment (baking) after coating is performed at 200 to 400 ° C. for 10 to 120 minutes, for example. By the heat treatment, the organic titanate compound and, if used, the silicon compound undergo a complete hydrolysis and condensation reaction, and a film containing a large amount of metal powder is formed on the surface of the steel member. Prior to the heat treatment, preheating may be performed for drying.

  Thus, the steel member coated with the coating composition of the present invention is used as it is and exhibits a long-term rust prevention effect. However, if desired, it can be further coated.

  In accordance with the formulation (parts by mass) shown in Table 1, each component was sufficiently mixed by stirring for 3 hours together using a high-speed stirrer for paint, and each coating of Examples 1 to 3 and Comparative Examples 1 to 3 was mixed. A composition was prepared and investigated for uniform dispersibility, temporal stability, and corrosion resistance in the following manner. The results are also shown in Table 1. The zinc powder and aluminum powder used as the metal powder were both flake shaped.

  The liquid property of the coating composition immediately after production was visually observed to evaluate the uniform dispersibility of the composition. The coating compositions of Examples 1 to 3 and Comparative Example 2 were in a slurry state in which each component was uniformly dispersed. On the other hand, in the coating composition of Comparative Example 1, the silane compound and the metal powder became a jelly mass and separated from the liquid phase, and could not be made into a slurry state. In the coating composition of Comparative Example 3, the solid state of the metal powder and the silicate was in an aggregated particle state, and the slurry was not uniformly dispersed.

  The coating compositions of Examples 1 to 3 and Comparative Example 2 made into a uniformly dispersed slurry were allowed to stand at room temperature for 20 days, and then stirred with a magnetic stirrer. The liquid property after stirring was visually observed to evaluate the temporal stability of the composition.

  In the coating compositions of Examples 1 to 3, the metal powder precipitated by standing can be easily redispersed by stirring, and can be made into a slurry state in which the same metal powder as before standing is uniformly dispersed. It was. However, in the coating composition of Comparative Example 2, since the solid content became a jelly-like mass during standing, the metal powder could not be dispersed by stirring, and the same uniformly dispersed slurry as before standing Could not be in a state.

  Each coating composition was applied to a mild steel plate previously degreased and washed with a bar coater, pre-dried at 100 ° C for 10 minutes, and then heat-treated at 300 ° C for 30 minutes to give a rust-proof film with a thickness of 10 µm. Formed.

  The corrosion resistance of this rust-proof steel sheet was evaluated by visual observation of the occurrence of red rust after a salt spray test specified in JIS-Z 2371 for 2000 hours. The coating compositions of Comparative Examples 1 and 3 were not evaluated for corrosion resistance because they could not be applied uniformly.

  As for the corrosion resistance results, ○ means no red rust occurrence (incidence less than 1%), Δ means red rust incidence is 1% or more and less than 10%, and x means red rust occurrence rate is 10% or more.

  As can be seen from Table 1, the coating compositions of Examples 1 to 3 containing an organic titanate compound according to the present invention were excellent in uniform dispersibility and stability over time, and also had good corrosion resistance. On the other hand, in the coating compositions of Comparative Examples 1 to 3 using only the organosilane compound, the coating composition in which the solid content is uniformly dispersed is not obtained, or even when the uniform dispersion is possible, the stability with time is poor, and The anticorrosive film was inferior in corrosion resistance.

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  1.   Based on the total coating composition, metal powder selected from zinc powder, zinc alloy powder and aluminum powder, 10-60% by mass, chelate-form organic titanate compound 1-15% by mass, water 20-60% by mass, A water-based coating composition for rust prevention comprising 2 to 20% by mass of an organic solvent having a boiling point higher than that of water.
  2.   The water-based coating composition for rust prevention according to claim 1, further comprising a silicon compound selected from alkoxysilane and a hydrolyzate thereof in an amount of 15% by mass or less based on the total coating composition.
  3.   The aqueous coating for rust prevention according to claim 1 or 2, further comprising at least one other additive in an amount such that their total amount based on the total coating composition is in the range of 0.1 to 10% by weight. Composition.
  4.   The aqueous coating composition for rust prevention according to claim 3, wherein the other additive is selected from the group consisting of thickeners, dispersants, rust preventive pigments, colloidal silica fine particles, wetting agents and antifoaming agents.
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