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dispersing agents

Dispersing agents

At Clariant, we work closely together with our customers to select the right additives to address your economic and ecological concerns and help to boost the performance of your paint, coating or pigment preparation. Under the brand name DISPERSOGEN®, Clariant offers a broad range of high performance dispersing agents.

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pigment dispersant - dispersing agents - palsgaard - palsgaard

Pigment Dispersant - Dispersing Agents - Palsgaard - Palsgaard

Pigment dispersion in masterbatches is a question of obtaining optimum pigment distribution with the use of as little pigment as possible. Einar ® 101 and Einar ® 103 are bio-based dispersing aids with outstanding performance even at much smaller doses when compared to market-standard products.

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pigments dispersions - cosmetics ingredients selection

Pigments Dispersions - Cosmetics Ingredients Selection

Silube® CST Di-25 by Siltech is a PEG-free, anionic oil-in-water emulsifier and pigment dispersant. It is an anionic succinic-based carboxy-silicone. It provides silky feel and emulsification for...

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pigments, inks and coatings - dispersion stability

Pigments, Inks and Coatings - dispersion stability

The design of the dispersing agent is important for the colloidal stabilization of the pigment concentrates and it has also an influence on the end properties of the formulation. Styrene maleic anhydride copolymers are used for both organic and inorganic pigments to provide superior dispersion stability and lower viscosity systems.

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optimizing dispersant levels for waterborne pigment color

Optimizing Dispersant Levels for Waterborne Pigment Color

Dispersants sustain pigment particle separation by maintaining a minimum safe distance between two pigment particles: ~10 nm if the dispersant is a resin, and ~5 nm if the dispersant is a surfactant. 5,6 If the distance between pigment particles is less than the minimum safe distance, attractive forces will bring particles together, forming

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pigment dispersion: wetting & dispersing agents for coatings

Pigment Dispersion: Wetting & Dispersing Agents for Coatings

- Dispersant or dispersing agent is defined as a surface active chemical that has a solvating action on the material to be dispersed and thus promotes formation of dispersion by dispersing or suspending it. Dispersants help maintain a state of dispersion by preventing settling or aggregation. The 3 Stages of Pigment Dispersion WETTING: The

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how to disperse and stabilize pigments

How to disperse and stabilize pigments

As an example Avecia SOLSPERSE 43000 polymeric dispersant would be recommended for dispersing various pigments in resin-free dispersions for general industrial and decorative water-based paints. A key benefit of using this kind of product is the wide resin compatibility it offers in various resin systems, including polyester, acrylic

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dispersing agent - an overview | sciencedirect topics

Dispersing Agent - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Dispersing Agent. Dispersing agents belong to mainly formaldehyde condensates of either of naphthalene sulphonic acid, cresol, 1-naphthol 6-sulphonic acids, fatty alcoholethylene oxide condensate, alkyl aryl sulphonates or lignin sulphonates – the condensate of naphthalene sulphonic acid is the most popular one.

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colour cosmetics overview of colour dispersions in cosmetics

COLOUR COSMETICS Overview of colour dispersions in cosmetics

structured to include a pigment, a vehicle, and a dispersant. First is the vehicle. This is essentially the liquid that the particulate medium is dispersed in. The next element is the dispersant. The dispersant functions to assist in wetting out the pigment, prevent settling, and stabilise the pigments by ensuring pigment separation in the

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dispersing agents - basf dispersions & pigments

Dispersing agents - BASF Dispersions & Pigments

Dispersing agents The role of dispersing agents A solid material dispersed in a liquid requires an additive to make the dispersion process easier and more stable – this is the role of the dispersing agent, or dispersant. Dispersants deflocculate solids and thus significantly reduce the viscosity of a dispersion or paste.

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