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Coatings Ingredients
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Coatings Ingredients
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Genesee Polymers
Chemically inert, non-hydrolyzable, high molecular weight copolymer of silicone and polyol blocks. Used as a leveling and flow control agent in solvent-based coatings. Can be used as a surface... view more
Genesee Polymers
High purity, stable, silicone fluid. Used as an additive in many paint and protective coating formulations to improve mar resistance, water repellency, gloss, washability, flow control and pigment... view more
Genesee Polymers
Non-hydrolyzable, active ethylene oxide modified dimethylpolysiloxane block copolymer. Contains reactive epoxy pendant groups. Used as a pigment dispersant, a wetting agent, a thread lubricant and a... view more
Genesee Polymers
Non-hydrolyzable, active polyoxyethylene-polyoxypropylene (EO/PO) modified dimethylpolysiloxane block copolymer. Contains reactive epoxy pendant groups. Used as a pigment dispersant, a wetting... view more
Genesee Polymers
Non-hydrolyzable, active propylene oxide (PO) modified dimethylpolysiloxane block copolymer. Contains reactive epoxy pendant groups. Used as a pigment dispersant, a wetting agent, a thread lubricant... view more
Genesee Polymers
Non-hydrolyzable, active polypropylene oxide modified dimethylpolysiloxane block copolymer. Provides very good lubricity and low surface tension. Improves wetting, leveling and flow of solvent-based... view more
Genesee Polymers
Non-hydrolyzable, active nonionic silicone polyol block copolymer consisting of polyoxyethylene blocks (EO) and dimethyl silicone polymer blocks joined through non-hydrolyzable silicon to carbon... view more
Genesee Polymers
Active adduct of an alkoxy functional silane and an alkylene oxide polymer. Can be cohydrolyzed with silanes to yield siloxane resins or fluids containing polyoxyalkylene (polyol) moity. Used to... view more
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