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Genamin® Gluco 50

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Clariant
Genamin® Gluco 50 by Clariant is dimethylglucamine in aqueous solution. It is a sugar amine-based multifunctional neutralizing agent for waterborne paints. It is used to adjust the pH-value to 7-10 to create a stable paint system with minor interactions between the paint components. It is solvent-free, APEO/NPEO-free, VOC/SVOC-free additive without any hazard labeling. In contrast to standard neutralizing agents such as caustic soda or ammonia, Genamin® Gluco 50 enhances the performance and quality profile of the paint formulation as it has favorable effects on the storage and freeze-thaw stability as well as on the compatibility with pigments and the flash-rust inhibition. It also improves the tinting strength. Even in comparison to multifunctional compounds such as aminomethyl propanol (AMP), Genamin® Gluco 50 often shows superior performance. Suitable to replace 2-amino-2-methylpropanol. Suitable for use in lacquers and indoor paints. It is suitable for ecolabel certified paints. Readily biodegradable (biodegradation 81% in 28 days according to OECD 301E). Its shelf life is 2 years.
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Product Type
  • pH-Stabilizers / Buffers
  • Compatibilizers
Chemical Composition
Dimethylglucamine in aqueous solution
Physical Form
Liquid
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