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Coatings Ingredients
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Reducing Agent TP 1853 is a formaldehyde-free, new advanced additive by Brüggemann. It can be used in redox systems in combination with all commonly used oxidizing agents. Offers high process... view more
Reducing Agent TP 1651 by Brüggemann is a new advanced, formaldehyde-free additive with high process robustness. It can be used in redox systems in combination with all commonly used oxidizing... view more
Reducing Agent TP 1646 by Brüggemann is a newly designed advanced formaldehyde-free additive based on an organic sulfinic acid derivative with bivalent cations. Can be used in redox systems in... view more
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BRUGGOLITE® E28 by Brüggemann is a sodium salt of an organic sulfinic acid derivative. It functions as a reducing agent for emulsion polymerization. Can be used in redox systems in combination with... view more
Brüggemann
BRUGGOLITE® FF6 M by Brüggemann acts as a reducing agent for emulsion polymerization. It is a sodium salt of an organic sulfinic acid derivative. Can be used in redox systems in combination with all... view more
Dispersing Agent TP 1807 by Brüggemann is a high molecular weight, APE- and solvent-free, water-based blend of copolymers. Designed for use as a wetting agent for aqueous suspension concentrates... view more
Antioxidant TP 1605 is a water soluble, thermally stable, VOC- and formaldehyde-free, customized system. Designed for application to aqueous emulsion polymers during or after a drying or curing... view more
Antioxidant TP 1634 by Brüggemann is a water soluble customized system applied to aqueous emulsion polymers during or after a drying or curing process. It is VOC- and formaldehyde-free, thermally... view more
Reducing Agent TP 1648 by Brüggemann is the next generation sodium formaldehyde sulfoxylate (SFS) designed for emulsion polymerization. Shows 50% less release of formaldehyde during reaction and... view more
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