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Capstone®

Coatings ingredients supplied by Chemours

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Capstone® FS-35 by Chemours is a non-ionic fluorosurfactant that provides exceptionally low surface tension in aqueous or solvent-based products, enabling better wetting, spreading, leveling, and... view more
Capstone® FS-34 by Chemours is a general-purpose, water-soluble, ethoxylated non-ionic fluorosurfactant that modifies surface energies at very low concentrations. Acts as a wetting and leveling... view more
Capstone® FS-61 by Chemours is a VOC and APEO-free, water-based anionic fluorosurfactant. It is multi-functional and environmentally friendly. Exhibits low aqueous surface tension, oil and dirt pick... view more
Capstone® FS-63 by Chemours is a water-soluble, anionic multifunctional fluorosurfactant. Provides low aqueous surface tensions with minimal foaming. Offers very good wetting, levelling & anti-block... view more
Capstone® FS-64 by Chemours is a VOC-free, water-soluble, anionic fluorosurfactant. Provides low aqueous surface tension, wetting and enhanced levelling. Exhibits good re-wet characteristics in... view more
Capstone® FS-65 by Chemours is an anionic fluorosurfactant. Provides low aqueous surface tension, wetting and enhanced levelling. It is a VOC-free and water soluble grade. Exhibits good re-wet... view more
Capstone® FS-66 by Chemours is anionic fluorosurfactant. Contains no solvents. Improves wetting, leveling, and anti-soiling for solvent-based paints and anti-smearing agent for inks... view more
Capstone® FS-81 by Chemours is a fluorinated polymeric surfactant. Is a water dispersion that can improve cleanability of oily dirt and provide oil repellency to flat architectural paints and... view more
Capstone® Fluoropolymer FS-83 by Chemours is non-ionic 35% solids in Butyl Acetate (BuOAc). Acts as solvent-borne wetting and leveling agent. The low surface tension enables better wetting... view more
Capstone® Fluoropolymer FS-22 by Chemours is 30% solids in methyl isobutyl ketone (MIBK). Acts as solvent-borne wetting and leveling agent. Provides low surface tension in solvent-based and high... view more
Capstone® Fluoropolymer FS-87 by Chemours is a partially fluorinated acrylic copolymer (34.0–36.0% in water). Acts as a wetting- and leveling agent. Provides good dirt pick-up resistance and... view more
Capstone® fluorosurfactant FS-30 is a general-purpose, water-soluble, ethoxylated non-ionic fluorosurfactant that modifies surface energies at very low concentrations. It is VOC- & APEO-free... view more
Capstone® fluorosurfactant FS-31 is a non-ionic fluorosurfactant. It provides exceptionally low surface tension in aqueous or solvent-based products, enabling better wetting, spreading, leveling... view more
Capstone® fluorosurfactant FS-3100 is a non-ionic fluorosurfactant by Chemours. Provides exceptionally low surface tension in aqueous or solvent-based products, enabling better wetting, spreading... view more
Capstone® Fluorosurfactant FS-50 by Chemours is betaine partially fluorinated surfactant. It is amphoteric in nature and significantly reduces the surface tension of aqueous solutions and is also... view more
Capstone® Fluorosurfactant FS-51 by Chemours is amine oxide partially fluorinated surfactant. It enables the formation of a thin low surface tension aqueous film, which is useful for creating... view more
Capstone® Fluorosurfactant FS-60 by Chemours is anionic fluorinated surfactant. It gives low aqueous surface tensions with minimal foaming. FS-60 offers excellent wetting, leveling, anti-block and... view more
Capstone® Fluorosurfactant FS-91 by Chemours is an ammonia-free, APEO-free, water-based anionic fluorosurfactant (18% solids in water and 10–14% in 1-Butoxy-2 Propanol). Acts as an excellent wetting... view more
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