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Troy Introduces Troykyd® D742 & D745 Defoamers that Maintain Superior Surface Properties

Published on 2012-03-14. Author : SpecialChem

Troy Corporation announces the introduction of two new highly effective defoamers, Troykyd® D742 and D745. Representing a direct response to the needs of industry, the two new defoamers offer a cost-effective solution to foam-related issues across many applications. D742 and D745 provide excellent foam elimination while effectively maintaining surface properties such as appearance and gloss.

Troykyd D742:
Troykyd D742 provides excellent air release in a wide range of aqueous applications, including wood finishes, architectural latex paints, industrial enamels, inks, and overprint varnishes. The product is highly effective at low concentrations.

Troykyd D745:
Troykyd D745 offers highly effective air release performance in high shear applications, such as overprint varnishes, inks, adhesives, and wood coatings. The product eliminates microfoam while maintaining excellent film appearance.

"Troykyd D742 and D745 are engineered for air release in high performance aqueous applications and do not contribute to a reduction in the desired properties of surface appearance and gloss," says Dr. Izzy Colon, VP and General Manager, Additives at Troy. "The products' broad compatibility further allows manufacturers to inventory fewer defoamer products, which ultimately saves them money."

About Troy Corporation

Troy Corporation develops and manufactures performance materials for industry. These materials are used and available in over 100 countries to produce high performing, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly products. Troy's customers include the leading manufacturers in their respective industries. Troy's objective is to provide superior products and technology for the needs of the customers, drawing on the knowledge and expertise gained from serving the markets worldwide for over 50 years.

Source: Troy Corporation

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