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ADDITOL® VXW 6208

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by allnex
ADDITOL® VXW 6208 by allnex is a polymer non-ionic dispersing additive for grinding inorganic and organic pigments in water or in water-borne alkyd resin, acrylic, epoxy and urethane emulsions. The binder-free pigment paste is used in gloss and silk finish emulsion paints. It permits the production of emission-free paints. It is suitable for radiation curing systems. The recommended quantity to be added is 3-10% for extenders or inorganic pigments and 15-50% for organic pigments. The shelf life of ADDITOL® VXW 6208 is 730 days.
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ADDITOL® VXW 6208
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by allnex
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Product Type
Dispersing Agents
Physical Form
Liquid
Appearance
Clear, Light brown
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Geographical Availability
Central and Eastern Europe, North America, South and Central America, Western Europe, Asia / Pacific, Africa, Middle East and Central Asia
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Coatings > Waterborne
  • Coatings > UV / Radiation Curing
  • Resins > Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
  • Resins > Epoxies
  • Resins > Alkyd Resins
  • Resins > Polyurethanes (PU)

ADDITOL® VXW 6208 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Flash Point
> 100 °C
(Pensky-Martens)
DIN EN ISO 2719
Density
1.05 g/cm3
(At 20°C)
DIN EN ISO 2811-2
Active Content
50 %
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