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Clariant has evaluated its stabilizers as a stand-alone stabilizer (Dispersogen® SPS) and as a stabilizer-combination (Dispersogen® SPS/Dispersogen® SPG) in organosilicate paints against...

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Clariant’s latest innovation for the paints & coatings industry is Genamin® Gluco 50, a VOC/SVOC-free multifunctional neutralizing agent based on up to 75% renewable resources, offering a safer use...

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Wetting agents are added to waterborne coatings to increase the wetting of the substrate, to improve the compatibility with pigments and other components, as well as, to reduce rub-out effects. At...

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Dispersogen® AN 200 is an anionic dispersing agent for universal pigment preparations, able to disperse organic and inorganic pigments and suitable for label-free point of-sales colorants and...

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Emulsogen® LCN 217, 287 and 407 are mainly used as nonionic emulsifiers for the emulsion polymerization (e.g. acrylates, styrene-butadiene, vinyl acetate) and as wetting agents in emulsion paints...

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Genamin® Gluco 50 is a renewable-based, VOC/SVOC-free and label-free neutralizing agent for waterborne paints. It improves storage stability as well as compatibility with pigments and reduces...

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Wherever hard water is a concern, wetting agents or water softeners are used to reduce the adverse effects between the electrolytes of the water and the paint components. To understand the...

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Dispersing agents & humectants for pigment preparations Regulatory constraints, environmental considerations, novel effects and changing customer tastes require constant reformulation. At Clariant...

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We spend around 90 percent of our lives indoors. Therefore, it is vital that the office buildings and the homes we work and live in are as safe, convenient and user-friendly as possible. We make an...

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Surface active agents, or short Surfactants, are usually organic compounds that are amphiphilic, meaning they contain both hydrophobic and hydrophilic groups and are therefore soluble in both...
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