What VOC has styrene butadien polymer?

Styrene-butadiene polymer, also known as styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR), can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during the manufacturing process and during use. The specific VOCs emitted by SBR can vary based on the specific formulation and manufacturing process. However, some of the common VOCs emitted by SBR include styrene, butadiene, benzene, toluene, and other solvents used in the production process. The levels of VOCs emitted by SBR can be reduced through the use of lower-emission production processes and the use of more environmentally friendly solvents.

VAE Polymers as low VOC alternative

VAE polymers have basically less VOC, it’s formaldehyde content is nearly zero. The only VOC that is mostly measurable is acetic acid.

Overview of PVAC, VAE and Acrylate dispersions polymer binders