P84 solution grades for coatings

TECAPOWDER P84 solution grade granulate is used to make special coatings and adhesives. Films, coatings or stand-alone substrates made from P84 are very useful in applications that require elevated temperatures along with excellent chemical resistance. P84, based on P84® by Evonik, is a fully imidized polyimide in solution form. It does not require a long post cure step – simply the removal of the solvent.

P84 solutions have many advantages for coatings

TECAPOWDER P84 solution grade granulate has important uses in the industry due to the unique combination of high temperature stability and chemical resistance. 

Specialty coatings made of TECAPOWDER P84 granulate allow customers to formulate different weight percent solids content and allow for various additives to improve end use characteristics. The fully imidized solutions can be used as structural adhesives and bond very well to most metals.

P84 solution for coatings and membranes

Outstanding properties

Chemical properties

Solution grade granulate

Solid P84 polyimide for dissolving in NMP, DMSO, Dmac. Solutions in NMP are achievable from 5-35 % solid content in NMP.

  • Fully imidized
  • Excellent chemical resistance to acids reaching to the neutral side of the pH scale
  • Excellent resistance to organic solvents, oils and fuels e.g.: nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, acetic acid, formic acid, oxalic acid, ethylene glycol, acetone, benzene, diglycolic methyl ether, methylene glycol, perchloro ethylene, tetra chloro ethane, toluene and trichloroethylene
  • Contact with alkaline media should be avoided
  • Solubility in high polar solvents such as dimenthylformamide (DMF), N-Methylpyrrolidone (NMP)


Viscosity versus solid content in NMP

(Typical Solution Grade Granulate)

P84 solution viscosity

Thermal properties

TECAPOWDER P84 is an organic polymer with exceptional heat resistance.

Glass transition temperature (Tg)
 315 °C (599 °F)
Decomposition temperature (onset)
 > 550 °C (> 1,000 °F)
10 % loss of weight  in air: 525 °C (977 °F)

 in nitrogen: 570 °C (1,000 °F)
No melting point  
Limiting Oxygen Index (LOI)  1.68

Thermogravimetric analysis


Electrical properties

Dielectric strength  DC 415 V/µ
   AC (50 Hz) 280 V/µ
Dielectric constant 
(50 Hz, absolutely dry)
Dissipation factor (1 kHz)  0.001
Volume resistivity  1017 Ω.cm

Product datasheets, safety documents and certificates

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