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CrystalCer® 136 by PMC Group is an acid sensitive, polyethylene/paraffin-type wax emulsion. Imparts water resistance, dust control and improves slip and lubricity. It is a stable, solvent-free... view more
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  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® 1935 by PMC Group is an anionic wax emulsion. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax, water and emulsifying agents. Imparts water resistance, dust control and improves slip and... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® 216 by PMC Group is a wax emulsion. Imparts water resistance, dust control and improves slip and lubricity. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax, water and emulsifying agents... view more
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  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® 46 by PMC Group is a cationic intermediate-type wax emulsion. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax, water and emulsifying agents. Imparts water resistance, dust control and... view more
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  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® 58 by PMC Group is an anionic wax emulsion. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax, water and emulsifying agents. Imparts water resistance, dust control and improves slip and... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® 58 by PMC Group is an anionic wax emulsion. Imparts water resistance, dust control and improves slip and lubricity. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax, water and emulsifying... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® 739 by PMC Group is a mixed wax emulsion. Imparts water resistance, dust control and improves slip and lubricity. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax, water and emulsifying... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® 90 by PMC Group is an anionic, acid stable, oil-type wax emulsion. Imparts water resistance, dust control and improves slip and lubricity. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax... view more
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  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® C (Ceramic) by PMC Group is an anionic, paraffin wax emulsion. Imparts water resistance, dust control and improves slip and lubricity. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax, water... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® C (Emulsion) by PMC Group is an acid sensitive, paraffin wax emulsion. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax, water and emulsifying agents. Imparts water resistance, dust control... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® J by PMC Group is an acid sensitive, paraffin/micro emulsion wax. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax, water and emulsifying agents. Imparts water resistance, dust control and... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® Q by PMC Group is an acid sensitive, micro wax designed for inks, coatings and corrugated box coatings. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax, water and emulsifying agents. Imparts... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks
CrystalCer® RV by PMC Group is an acid sensitive, paraffin/micro emulsion wax. Imparts water resistance, dust control and improves slip and lubricity. It is a stable, solvent-free mixture of wax... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks
PMC Group
Monobutyltin trichloride. Acts as a crosslinking accelerator. Used in the production of blocked isocyanates for urethane coatings that are used in the automotive OEM market. It is also used to... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Resins>Polyurethanes (PU)
  • Coatings Markets>Automotive OEM
  • Coatings Markets>General Industrial /Maintenance
PMC Group
Dibutyltin diacetate. Acts as a crosslinking catalyst. Offers ease of processing, and can be used at temperatures up to 250°C. Used in the production of blocked isocyanates for urethane coatings... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Resins>Polyurethanes (PU)
  • Coatings Markets>General Industrial /Maintenance
  • Coatings Markets>Automotive OEM
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