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BRB Siloen® PDA 222

BRB Siloen® PDA 222 is a pigment dispersant by BRB International BV. It is alkyl modified siloxane used as a processing aid for pigments and fillers used in paints. It is easy to handle, cost effective and allows higher filler/ pigment contents. Improves dispersion properties of inorganic fillers like titanium dioxide and talc, both organic and inorganic pigments as well as flame retardants. It can be used with PE, EVA, PP, PA, PET and PBT. Offers water repellency, better gloss and color strength enhancement and higher heat resistance than organic dispersant. It avoids yellowing and prevents pigment floating and flooding. It is recommended at a dosage level of 1-3 % to allow up to 30-40 % organic pigment filling. BRB Siloen® PDA 222 complies with FDA 21 CFR 178.3725.
BRB Siloen® PDA 222
Product Type
Dispersing Agents
Chemical Composition
Alkyl Modified Siloxane
Physical Form
Liquid
Appearance
Pale Yellow to Clear
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Coatings
  • Resins > Ethylene Co-terpolymers - Solids (EVA, EMA)
  • Resins > Polyamides (PA)
Food contact approval
Yes
Labels/Agency Rating
FDA 21 CFR 178.3725

BRB Siloen® PDA 222 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Active Content
100 %
Flash Point
116 °C
Viscosity
400 mPa-s
(At 25°C)
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