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Kamsons Chemicals
Kamicryl - 6400 by Kamsons Chemicals is a low foaming acrylic dispersant. It is recommended for inorganic solids such as titanium dioxide & extenders and reactive pigments in water borne systems. It... view more
Applications
  • Coatings>Waterborne
  • Coatings>Solvent-based
Kamsons Chemicals
Kamthane K - 2833 by Kamson Chemicals is an aromatic hybrid polyurethane dispersion. It shows outstanding abrasion-, water-, alcohol-, saponification- and chemical resistance. It offers hard, tough... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Coatings Markets>Flooring
  • Coatings Markets>Plastic coating
  • Coatings Markets>Wood & Furniture Coatings>Parquet lacquers
Kamsons Chemicals
Kamthane S - 1801 by Kamson Chemicals is an aliphatic urethane dispersion. It provides excellent adhesion. It shows very high bond strength and humid seal strength when top coated with a sealable... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
Kamsons Chemicals
Kamthane - 1432 by Kamsons Chemicals is a tough, flexible, solvent-free aliphatic polyurethane dispersion. It is recommended for coatings on flexible substrates such as leather, textile & paper and... view more
Applications
  • Coatings>Solvent-Free/ High-Solids
  • Coatings Markets>Other industries>Paper coatings
  • Coatings Markets>Other industries>Leather Coatings
Kamsons Chemicals
Kamthane - PC4601 by Kamson Chemicals is an NMP-free, aliphatic fluorinated polycarbonate hybrid polyurethane dispersion. It acts as an adhesion promoter. It is recommended for concrete substrates... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Coatings Markets>Wood & Furniture Coatings>Parquet lacquers
  • Coatings Markets>Flooring
  • Coatings Markets>Architectural / Decorative>Facade paints (plaster, concrete)
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