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ADDITOL® XL 203

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by allnex
ADDITOL® XL 203 by allnex is silicone-containing cationic anti-floating, wetting and dispersing agent. It provides high pigment loading without increase in viscosity, reduces dispersing time and enhances gloss & leveling. It prevents the floating of titanium dioxide in conjunction with organic or inorganic-colored pigments. ADDITOL® XL 203 is suitable for air drying and stoving solvent-borne paints & water-dilutable paint systems. The recommended dosage level is 0.1-1.5% on total paint. Level for inorganic pigments is 0.5-2.5% and 1.5-5% for organic pigments. The shelf life of this product is 730 days.
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ADDITOL® XL 203
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by allnex
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Product Type
  • Dispersing Agents
  • Wetting Agents / Wet Edge Enhancers > Silicones
Chemical Composition
Silicone
Physical Form
Liquid
Appearance
Clear, 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 > Solvent-based
  • Coatings > Waterborne

ADDITOL® XL 203 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Flash Point
63 °C
DIN EN ISO 1523
Density
0.98 g/cm3
(At 20°C)
DIN EN ISO 2811-2
Active Content
40 %
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