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Coatings Ingredients
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Coatings Ingredients
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Deqing Sinopigments
Silicon dioxide. Acts as a thickener and thixotrope in liquids. Improves the suspension behavior and redispersibility of solids in liquid system, dispersion and grinding aid. Increases the free flow... view more
Deqing Sinopigments
Silicon dioxide. Acts as a thickener and thixotrope in liquids. Improves the suspension behavior and redispersibility of solid in liquid system, dispersion and grinding aid. Increases the free flow... view more
Deqing Sinopigments
Silicon dioxide. Acts as a thickener and thixotrope in liquids. Improves the suspension behavior and redispersibility of solid in liquid system, dispersion and grinding aid. Increases the free flow... view more
Zeothix® 177 is a small particle sized, high surface area synthetic precipitated silica. Acts as a rheology modifier. Exhibits low abrasion & good long term stability and provides thixotropy & sag... view more
Zeothix® 265 is a micronized precipitated silica. Acts as a rheology modifier. Provides film uniformity, edge coverage and short mixing times. Offers an excellent balance of flow out during... view more
Zeothix® 95 is a micronized precipitated silica. Acts as a rheology modifier, flattening agent and matting agent. Exhibits exceptional clarity & transparency and provides rheology control for... view more
FUJI SILYSIA
SYLYSIA SY310P by FUJI SILYSIA is a micronized synthetic amorphous silica-gel based grade. It is an excellent matting agent. It acts as a rheology modifier and a strengthening additive. It offers... view more
FUJI SILYSIA
SYLYSIA SY320 by FUJI SILYSIA is a micronized synthetic amorphous silica-gel based grade. It acts as a matting agent, rheology modifier and strengthening additive. SYLYSIA SY320 is suitable for... view more
FUJI SILYSIA
SYLYSIA SY350 by FUJI SILYSIA is a micronized synthetic amorphous silica-gel based grade. It offers anti-caking property and mar resistance. It imparts fast drying for ink receptivity coatings... view more
FUJI SILYSIA
SYLYSIA SY356 by FUJI SILYSIA is a micronized synthetic amorphous silica-gel based grade. It acts as rheology modifier, strengthening additive and matting agent. SYLYSIA SY356 offers anti-caking... view more
FUJI SILYSIA
SYLYSIA SY370 by FUJI SILYSIA is a micronized synthetic amorphous silica-gel based grade. It acts as a rheology modifier and strengthening additive. It offers anti-caking property and... view more
Henan Xunyu
Hydrophilic fumed silica. Acts as a rheology modifier. Possesses high purity, aggregated structure and low bulk density. Used in powder and gel coating, print ink (relief, intaglio and hectograph... view more
PPG Industries
Synthetic, precipitated silica thixotrope. Acts as a rheology modifiers and anti-sag/suspension agent. It is compatible with a range of flocculants, associative thickeners and dispersion aids... view more
PPG Industries
Synthetic, precipitated silica thixotrope. Used as a rheology modifier in solvent based coatings, polyester gel coats and inks. Offers high oil absorption... view more
PPG Industries
Low dusting, synthetic, precipitated silica thixotrope. Used as a rheology modifier and an anti-sag/suspension aid in solvent based coatings, polyester gel coats, and inks... view more
PPG Industries
Synthetic, precipitated silica thixotrope. Used as a rheology modifier and an anti-sag/suspension aid in solvent based coatings, polyester gel coats and inks... view more
PPG Industries
Synthetic, precipitated silica thixotrope. Used as a rheology modifier and an anti-sag/suspension aid in solvent based coatings, polyester gel coats and inks. Possesses high surface area... view more
Shenzhen Sealed New Material
Fumed silica or silicon dioxide. It acts as rheology modifier/thickener. It is a synthetic, amorphous, small sized, high purity silicon dioxide having high specific surface area. It shows superior... view more
Shenzhen Sealed New Material
Fumed silica or silicon dioxide. It acts as rheology modifier/thickener. It is a synthetic, amorphous, small sized, high purity silicon dioxide having high specific surface area. It shows superior... view more
Shenzhen Sealed New Material
Fumed silica or silicon dioxide. It acts as rheology modifier/thickener. It is a synthetic, amorphous, small sized, high purity silicon dioxide having high specific surface area. It shows superior... view more
Shenzhen Sealed New Material
Fumed silica or silicon dioxide. It acts as rheology modifier/thickener. It is a synthetic, amorphous, small sized, high purity silicon dioxide having high specific surface area. It shows superior... view more
Shenzhen Sealed New Material
Fumed silica or silicon dioxide. It acts as rheology modifier/thickener. It is a synthetic, amorphous, small sized, high purity silicon dioxide having high specific surface area. It shows superior... view more
Wacker
HDK® H30LM by Wacker is a silane modified pyrogenic silica. Features high specific surface areas with pronounced water repellency, which is greater in HDK® H30RM. Exhibits excellent transparency in... view more
Precipitated silica. Acts as a thixotropic-, reinforcing-, thickening- and filling agent. It is a white and colloidal micro-particle. Possesses insolubility in all kinds of solvents and liquids... view more
Precipitated silica. Acts as a thixotropic-, reinforcing-, thickening- and filling agent. It is a white and colloidal micro-particle. Possesses insolubility in all kinds of solvents and liquids... view more
Precipitated silica. Acts as a thixotropic-, reinforcing-, thickening- and filling agent. It is a white and colloidal micro-particle. Possesses insolubility in all kinds of solvents and liquids... view more
Precipitated silica. Acts as a thixotropic-, reinforcing-, thickening- and filling agent. It is a white and colloidal micro-particle. Possesses insolubility in all kinds of solvents and liquids... view more
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