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Surfynol® 104

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Evonik
HSP Distance with Ethylal: 3.9
It acts as a gemini wetting agent and molecular defoamer. This 100% active wax which does not contain added alkylphenol ethoxylates or hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). The hydrophobic nature of this surfactant typically results in significantly reduced water sensitivity compared to either conventional ethoxylated or anionic surfactants. Its unique chemical nature allows it to provide multifunctional properties such foam control and viscosity stabilization. Offers quick migration which leads to low dynamic surface tension and thermal as well as chemical stability over a broad range of conditions. It reduces water sensitivity and improves flow as well as pigment grinding efficiency. It prevents surface defect problems such as fisheyes, crawling and cratering on low-energy substrates. Typical applications include water-borne paper coatings, industrial maintenance coatings and factory-applied as well as DIY wood coatings. Also used in printing inks and overprint varnishes applications. Recommended usage level ranges between 0.1 and 1.0% of total formulation weight.
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Product Type
  • Wetting Agents / Wet Edge Enhancers > Surfactants
  • Defoamers / Anti-foaming Agents
CAS Number
8043-35-4
Physical Form
Solid, Waxy solid
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