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Coatings Ingredients
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Coatings Ingredients
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Reaxis™ C113 by Reaxis is an inorganic tin carboxylate. Acts as a catalyst. Used for polyurethane coatings... view more
Inorganic tin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst for polyurethane coatings. Exhibits high activity... view more
Inorganic tin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Exhibits complete conversions with short reaction times due to high catalytic activity. Offers minimal secondary reactions and colored byproducts... view more
Inorganic tin oxide. Used as a catalyst. Possesses neutral and non corrosive properties. Exhibits complete conversions with short reaction times due to high catalytic activity. Offers minimal... view more
Reaxis™ C208 by Reaxis is a dioctyltin carboxylate. Acts as a catalyst. Used in polyurethane coatings... view more
Dibutyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Offers high selectivity for the isocyanate/alcohol reaction. Exhibits low foaming, extended pot life and low color. Used in coatings... view more
Actiron® NX3 by Reaxis is a dibutyltin carboxylate. Acts as a catalyst. Suitable for use in various applications, including polyurethane coatings... view more
Monobutyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Exhibits increased pot life and low toxicity. Used in coatings... view more
Dibutyltin ketonate. Used as a catalyst. Used in coatings... view more
Reaxis™ C248 by Reaxis is a dibutyltin oxide. Acts as a catalyst. Used in electrodeposition paint... view more
Inorganic tin chloride. Used as a catalyst. Exhibits solubility in polar solvents... view more
Applications
Inorganic tin chloride. Used as a catalyst... view more
Dioctyltin mercaptoacetate. Used as a catalyst in various polyurethane coatings formulations that demand hydrolytic stability and selectivity. Possesses more reactivity than DBTL for most... view more
Dioctyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Offers improved toxicological properties compared with dibutyltin based catalysts... view more
Dibutyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalsyt in various applications, including polyurethane coatings. Possesses low colors in acrylic polyols... view more
Dibutyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalsyt. Offers high selectivity for the NCO/OH reaction and low selectivity for the NCO/H2O reaction. Possesses minimization of foaming. Exhibits long open... view more
Tetrabutyl tin stannoxane. Used as a catalsyt in various applications, including polyurethane coatings. Exhibits a higher catalytic activity compared to other grades of DBTL due to significantly... view more
Dibutyltin thiol. Used as a catalyst in solvent borne and water borne polyurethane coatings. Exhibits a high activity and improved hydrolytic stability... view more
Dioctyltin oxide. Used as a catalyst... view more
Dibutyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Possesses slight sensitivity to moisture. Offers high reaction rates... view more
Dibutyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst... view more
Dibutyltin sulfide. Used as a low viscosity catalyst. Exhibits a high activity and improved hydrolytic stability versus tin mercaptides and organotin carboxylates. Provides longer pot-life compared... view more
Dibutyltin oxide. Used as a catalyst... view more
Monobutyl organotin. Used as a catalyst... view more
Dibutyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst in silicone and urethane CASE products... view more
Dibutyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst in silicone and urethane CASE products... view more
Dibutyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Offers very good temperature and color stability... view more
Dioctyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst... view more
Dibutyltin mercaptide. Used as a catalyst. Provides for more of a delayed action cure compared to organotin carboxylates... view more
Dioctyltin mercaptide. Used as a catalyst. Provides for more of a delayed action cure compared to organotin carboxylates... view more
Dimethyltin mercaptide. Used as a catalyst. Provides for more of a delayed action cure compared to organotin carboxylates... view more
Dibutyltin mercaptoacetate. Used as a catalyst. Provides for more of a delayed action cure compared to organotin carboxylates... view more
Dimethyltin carboxylate. Used as a catalyst... view more
Dioctyltin thiol. Used as a catalyst. Exhibits a high activity and improved hydrolytic stability. Can be used in solvent borne and water borne polyurethane coatings... view more
Zinc carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Can be used for the synthesis of low color long oil alkyds... view more
Zinc carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Can be used for the synthesis of low color long oil alkyds. Exhibits lower reactivity compared to organotins and provides pot life extension in 2 component... view more
Zinc ketonate. Used as a catalyst. Allows silicone and urethane powder coatings to be cured at lower temperatures... view more
Zinc carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Offers non-corrosiveness. Exhibits complete conversions with short reaction times due to high catalytic activity. Imparts minimal secondary reactions and... view more
Applications
Bismuth carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Provides a good balance in potlife and cure. Offers good non-tin alternative to DBTL for various polyurethane coatings... view more
Metal carboxylate. Used as a catalyst. Offers high selectivity for the NCO/OH reaction, especially in 2K formulations. Exhibits long potlife possible with short curing times. Possesses good... view more
Bismuth sulfonate. Used as a catalyst in electrodeposition coating formulations... view more
Tertiary amine. Used as a catalyst... view more
Tertiary amine. Used as a catalyst... view more
Tertiary amine. Used as a catalyst... view more
Sulfonic acid. Used as a catalyst... view more
Applications
Sulfonic acid. Used as a catalyst. Offers significantly faster reaction times compared with other sulfonic acids or with sulfuric acid. Exhibits minimal color in resulting products... view more
Sulfonic acid. Used as a catalyst. Due to low volatility the catalyst remains in the reaction mixture at high temperatures under vacuum... view more
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