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Coatings Ingredients

PAN Technology

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PAN Technology
Iron oxide. It is a raw umber brown inorganic pigment dispersion. It is based on a proprietary combination of surface active agents for exceptionally broad compatibility and stable viscosity for... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Resins>Polyurethanes (PU)>2 Components
  • Resins>Vinyls
  • Resins>Polyesters
  • ...
PAN Technology
Carbon black. It is a masstone black organic pigment dispersion. It is based on a proprietary combination of surface active agents for exceptionally broad compatibility and stable viscosity for easy... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Resins>Polyurethanes (PU)>2 Components
  • Resins>Vinyls
  • Resins>Polyesters
  • ...
PAN Technology
Carbon black. It is a tinting black organic pigment dispersion. It is based on a proprietary combination of surface active agents for exceptionally broad compatibility and stable viscosity for easy... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Resins>Polyurethanes (PU)>2 Components
  • Resins>Vinyls
  • Resins>Polyesters
  • ...
PAN Technology
Polychlorinated copper phthalocyanine. It is a phthalo green organic pigment dispersion. It is based on a proprietary combination of surface active agents for exceptionally broad compatibility and... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Resins>Polyurethanes (PU)>2 Components
  • Resins>Vinyls
  • Resins>Polyesters
  • ...
PAN Technology
Aluminosilicate zeolite with the sodalite structure. It is a ultramarine blue inorganic pigment dispersion. It is based on a proprietary combination of surface active agents for exceptionally broad... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Resins>Polyurethanes (PU)>2 Components
  • Resins>Vinyls
  • Resins>Polyesters
  • ...
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