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Coatings Ingredients
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Coatings Ingredients
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Span™ 20 by Croda is a non-ionic surfactant, w/o & o/w co-emulsifier, pigment dispersant and carrier liquid. It is a bio-based sorbitan monolaurate. It can be used for particle morphology control in... view more
Span™ 40 by Croda acts as a non-ionic surfactant, W/O emulsifier and O/W co-emulsifier. It also functions as wetting agent, pigment dispersant (inks and oils) and carrier liquid. Designed for... view more
Span™ 60 by Croda acts as a non-ionic surfactant, W/O emulsifier and O/W co-emulsifier. Used as a pigment dispersant in non-polar liquids for applications ranging from decorative to industrial... view more
Span™ 65 by Croda is a 100% bio-based, non-ionic surfactant used as a W/O emulsifier and O/W co-emulsifier and pigment dispersant in non-polar liquids. It allows high loading of pigments/fillers... view more
Sorbitan tristearate. Acts as a w/o emulsifier and o/w co-emulsifier, pigment dispersant in non-polar liquids. Used in industrial and decorative coatings... view more
Span™ 80 by Croda is a non-ionic, low HLB surfactant, w/o emulsifier, o/w co-emulsifier, and pigment dispersant in non-polar liquids. Designed for decorative coatings & paints and industrial... view more
Span™ 83 by Croda acts as a non-ionic surfactant, W/O emulsifier & O/W co-emulsifier, wetting and dispersing agent in non-polar liquids. It is an easy to handle, low foaming, bio-based sorbitan... view more
Span™ 85 by Croda acts as a non-ionic surfactant, w/o emulsifier and dispersing agent for a-polar liquids. It is a bio-based sorbitan tioleate primary emulsifier for inverse emulsion polymerisation... view more
Sorbitan monooleate. Easy to handle W/O emulsifier and dispersing agent for a-polar liquids. Used in decorative and industrial coatings... view more
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