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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Fluorcarbon containing organically modified polysiloxane. Used in water based, hotmelt, solvent based, reactive and radiation curing adhesives and in sealants. Acts as a wetting agent. Offers... view more
Solvent-free modified polysiloxane. Used in hotmelt, solvent based, reactive and radiation curing adhesives and in sealants. Acts as a wetting agent. Offers benefits such as improved levelling and... view more
Fluorcarbon modified polymer. Used ini hotmelt, solvent based, reactive and radiation curing adhesives and in sealants. Acts as a wetting agent. Offers benefits such as improves levelling, prevents... view more
Efka® 5044 by BASF is an unsaturated polyamide and acid ester salts. Used in hotmelt, solvent-based, reactive and radiation curing adhesives and in sealants. Acts as a dispersing agent. Offers... view more
Hydroxy functional unsaturated modified carboxylic acid with pigment affinic groups. Used in hot melt, solvent based, reactive, water based and radiation curing adhesives ans in sealants. Acts as a... view more
Fatty acid modified polyester. Used in water based, hotmelt, solvent based, reactive and radiation curing adhesives and in sealants. Acts as a thickener... view more
Fatty acid modified polyester. Used in water based, hotmelt, solvent based, reactive and radiation curing adhesives and in sealants. Acts as a thickener... view more
Aliphatic polyether with acidic groups. Used in hot melt, solvent based, reactive, water based and radiation curing adhesives ans in sealants. Acts as a dispersing agent. Offers benefits such as... view more
Solution of defoaming substances, silicone free. Used in hot melt, solvent based, reactive and radiation curing adhesives and in sealants. Offers support to the quick de-aeration of thermosetting... view more
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