Instructions for use of adhesion promoter XYS-1985

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1. Add directly to the paint, stirring for fifteen minutes at low speed,
2, The recommended addition amount: 0.5-5% of the total
3. Bake at 60-155℃ for about 10 minutes for better adhesion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today’s commercially available products offer many possibilities, which show extremely high quality without compromising performance.

Among the commercially available products, we can see two different types of dispersants, one is a low molecular weight dispersant (surfactant), and the other is a polymeric dispersant. The molecular weight range of surfactants is 400~800g/mol, and the polymer is usually 3000~5000g/mol, and there are products with a molecular weight of 30,000g/mol.

The advantage of polymeric dispersants is that they can be used alone as dispersants for the dispersion of organic and inorganic pigments. If the low molecular weight dispersant is a non-ionic type, it generally has an effect on stabilizing organic pigments, and if it is an anionic dispersant, it has a stabilizing effect on inorganic pigments.
They sound more complicated, but they show some advantages: low-cost “surfactants” are less expensive than polymeric types.

Since low-molecular-weight and larger-molecular polymers show better compatibility, color pastes using low-molecular-weight dispersants have better compatibility for most systems.

For water-based and solvent-based decorative coatings, carnauba wax msds the above-mentioned advantages of universal colorants are particularly important. It was early discovered that non-ionic alkyl phenoxyethylene compounds (APE) can provide excellent performance for color pastes used in decorative coatings. This is usually combined with glycol-based solvents, such as ethylene glycol, to provide long-term stability without drying and hardening problems (particles in the barrel can block the nozzle of the mixer), but in the past 20 years Here, alkyl phenol oxyethylene compounds have been confirmed to have an impact on the environment, and their use has been restricted in many countries. In addition, DIY consumers do not want solvent release and odor when painting the room and after completion.

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