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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Alcogum® 1370 by Akzonobel is a sodium polyacrylate. Acts as a gum thickener. Used to viscosify waterborne compounds in a variety of applications. Provides stable viscosity over a broad pH range... view more
Alcogum® 296-W by Akzonobel is a high viscosity, anionic, aqueous solution of sodium polyacrylate. Acts as rheology modifier, stabilizer and surface active agent. Possesses adhesive, suspending... view more
Sodium polyacrylate. Acts as a rheology modifier. Provides stable viscosity over a broad pH range. Offers resistance to biological degradation. Used to thicken styrene-butadiene, acrylonitrile... view more
Sodium polyacrylate. Acts as a thickener and viscosifier. Provides stable viscosity over a broad pH range. Offers resistance to biological degradation. Used to thicken styrene-butadiene, neoprene... view more
Sodium polyacrylate. Acts as a rheology modifier and viscosifier. Provides stable viscosity over a broad pH range. Offers resistance to biological degradation. Used to thicken styrene-butadiene... view more
Methanol-free/VOC-free synthetic polyacrylate. Acts as rheology modifier. Provides stable viscosity over a broad pH range. Offers resistance to biological degradation. Improves viscosity stability... view more
Methanol-free sodium polyacrylate copolymer. Acts as synthetic gum thickener and viscosifier. Provides stable viscosity over a broad pH range. Offers resistance to biological degradation. Exhibits... view more
Acrylate-based emulsion copolymer. Acts as an ASE rheology modifier. It is supplied at 28% active solids in water. Improves flow and rheology of formulated adhesives. Possesses shear thinning flow... view more
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Acrylate-based emulsion copolymer. Acts as an ASE rheology modifier. It is supplied at 28.5% active solids in water. Possesses shear thinning flow characteristics. Exhibits synergistic interaction... view more
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Acrylate-based emulsion copolymer. Acts as an ASE rheology modifier. It is supplied at 30% active solids in water. Possesses shear thinning flow characteristics and effective viscosity build in high... view more
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Stable anionic latex emulsion. Acts as alkali soluble viscosifier and rheology modifier. Provides more water retention and thickening efficiency. Possesses very good mechanical shear and freeze-thaw... view more
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Acrylate-based emulsion copolymer. Acts as an ASE rheology modifier. It is supplied at 30% active solids in water. Possesses shear thinning flow characteristics and effective viscosity build in high... view more
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Preneutraluized ammonium salt of an acrylate copolymer viscosifier. Offers low brookfield viscosity, low hercules viscosity and high water retention. Provides additional water retention without... view more
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Reactive, acidic, stable, milky-white, anionic latex emulsion. Acts as a thickener. Forms a clear, viscous solution in addition with alkaline agents. Provides stable viscosity over a broad pH range... view more
Alkali soluble in-situ thickener. Stable anionic latex emulsion. Used in adhesive compounds. Possesses very good mechanical shear, freeze-thaw stability. Offers low brookfield viscosity, medium... view more
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Alkali soluble in-situ thickener. Stable anionic latex emulsion. Used in adhesive compounds. Possesses very good mechanical shear and freeze-thaw stability. Offers medium brookfield viscosity, high... view more
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Stable anionic latex emulsion. Acts as an alkali soluble in-situ thickener. Possesses very good mechanical shear, freeze-thaw stability. Permits to increase the level of water retention and select... view more
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Hydrophobically modified alkali swellable emulsion. Designed as a temperature stable thickener for the paper industry. Offers medium brookfield viscosity, low hercules viscosity and high water... view more
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Hydrophobically modified alkali soluble emulsion. Offers medium brookfield viscosity, low hercules viscosity and high water retention. Permits to increase the level of water retention and select the... view more
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Stable, ready-to use anionic latex emulsion. Acts as an associative alkali soluble viscosifier. Offers high brookfield viscosity, low hercules viscosity and medium water retention. Permits to build... view more
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Stable, ready-to use anionic latex emulsion. Acts as an associative alkali soluble viscosifier. Offers high brookfield viscosity, low hercules viscosity and medium water retention. Permits to build... view more
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Hydrophobically modified alkali soluble emulsion. Offers high brookfield viscosity, low hercules viscosity and medium water retention. Permits to increase the level of water retention and select the... view more
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Hydrophobically modified alkali soluble emulsion. Offers medium brookfield viscosity, low hercules viscosity and high water retention. Permits to increase the level of water retention and select the... view more
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Reactive, acidic, stable, milky white anionic latex emulsion. Acts as a thickener. Forms a clear, viscous solution in addition with alkaline agents. Develops low shear viscosity and building water... view more
Acrylate-based emulsion copolymer. Acts as HASE rheology modifier. It is supplied at 30% active solids in water. Possesses shear thinning flow characteristics. Is compatible with anionic and... view more
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Acrylate-based emulsion copolymer. Acts as HASE rheology modifier. It is supplied at 30% active solids in water. Is a part of hydrophobically modified, alkali soluble emulsion polymers. Provides... view more
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Acrylic associative emulsion polymer. Acts as an alkali activated rheology modifier. Provides stable viscosity over a broad pH range. Offers resistance to biological degradation. Formulated to give... view more
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