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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Troy Corporation
Troythix™ 150ACS by Troy Corporation is a disperion of polymeric wax. Acts as a rheology control agent for solvent-based sealants. Provides balance of good pigment suspension and sag resistance... view more
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Troy Corporation
Polymeric oil derivative. Used as a rheology control agent for solvent-based systems such as sealants. Offers compatibility with epoxy. Use level: 0.20-1.20%... view more
Troy Corporation
Troythix™ 250XF by Troy Corporation is an aromatic hydrocarbons-free disperion of polymeric wax. Acts as a rheology control agent for solvent-based systems such as sealants. Exhibits non-sag... view more
Troy Corporation
Troythix™ 42BA by Troy Corporation is an easy-to-use liquid, polymerized amphoteric oil derivative. Used to ensure precise control of the rheology of adhesives and sealants. Troythix™ 42BA increases... view more
Troy Corporation
Disperion of polymeric wax. Used as a rheology control agent for solvent-based systems such as sealants. Offers compatibility with alkyd, acrylic, epoxy and polyester. Use level: 0.50-5.00%... view more
Troy Corporation
Troythix™ A by Troy Corporation is a chemically-modified castor ester. Acts as a rheology modifier. Is activated by temperature and shear energy. Imparts a highly thixotropic viscosity that promotes... view more
Troy Corporation
Castor oil sulphonate. Used as a rheology control agent for solvent-based systems such as sealants and adhesives. Offers compatibility with alkyd. Use level: 0.40-1.20%... view more
Troy Corporation
Troythix™ XYZ by Troy Corporation is a castor oil ester. Acts as a rheology control agent for solvent-based systems such as sealants and adhesives. Is activated by temperature and shear energy to... view more
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