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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Alkylpolyalkoxyesters and fatty esters, free from mineral and silicone oil. Used as defoamer for aqueous adhesives based on acrylics, styrene acrylics, vinyl acetate-ethylene-copolymers and alkyd... view more
Silicone-free blend of hydrophobic components and natural oils. Acts as a defoamer. Is based on renewable raw materials. Has exceptional product stability and excellent price/performance relation... view more
Silicone-free blend of hydrophobic components and paraffinic hydrocarbons. Used as defoamer in aqueous adhesives. Provides good product stability and quick foam suppression during the polymerization... view more
Foamaster® 8034 by BASF is a blend of hydrocarbons and non-ionic surfactants. Used as a defoamer for emulsion adhesives. It can be added at any stage in the manufacture. It is especially effective... view more
Blend of hydrocarbons and non-ionic surfactants. Used as defoamer for emulsion adhesives. Can be added at any stage in the manufacture. Especially effective in the fine particle resin emulsions... view more
100% active defoamer that contains no silicone or mineral oil. Recommended for adhesives where sensitivity to silicone or mineral oil is of prime importance. Use level: 0.5 % on total formulation... view more
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100% active, water-free defoamer. Used in waterborne adhesive. Provides high defoaming efficiency in alkaline or acidic systems. Prevents internal microbial activity. Produces films free of fish... view more
Foamaster® MO 2110 NC by BASF is a silicone-free, 100% active defoamer, originally compounded especially for polyvinyl acetate emulsions. It is chemically compatible with the other ingredients used... view more
Foamaster® MO 2111 NC by BASF is a non-ionic broad spectrum liquid defoamer. Used in latex adhesive systems. Usage level of Foamaster® MO 2111 NC is 0.2-0.6 % on total formulation. It can be stored... view more
Foamaster® MO 2170 is a 100% active defoamer used for application of adhesives from synthetic latex. In adhesives applications, 1 – 2 % of Foamaster® MO 2170 based on the weight of the latex solids... view more
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Foamaster® MO NXZ by BASF is mineral-oil-based defoamer. It provides good compatibility and does not cause fish eyes. Foamaster® MO NXZ by BASF is recommended for low-VOC systems... view more
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Foamaster® NM 301 by BASF is a silicone-free liquid defoamer for water based adhesives. It is made up of a blend of hydrophobic compounds in a vegetal oil. It emulsifies well to water and can be... view more
Foamaster® NXZ by BASF is a blend of hydrocarbons and non-ionic surfactants. Used as a defoamer for emulsion adhesives. Compatible with styrene-butadiene, acrylic, polyvinyl chloride and its... view more
Defoamer and anti-foaming agent for cement and concrete products. Can easily be mixed with all components of adhesives in powder form. Used in formulations based on polyvinyl acetate, polyvinyl... view more
Defoamer. Provides efficient foam control in the manufacture of emulsion based adhesives. Produces defect free adhesives. May be added at any phase of production. Use level: 1.0-2.0 %... view more
100% active defoamer. Provides efficient foam and froth control in the manufacture of synthetic latex and subsequently compounded adhesives. Recommended for SBR, PVA, acrylic and vinyl acrylic... view more
100% active, water-free defoamer. Used in latex adhesive systems. Provides high defoaming efficiency in alkaline or acidic systems. Prevents internal microbial activity. Produces films free of fish... view more
100 % active, broad spectrum defoamer. Designed to optimize effectiveness, persistence and compatibility in latex based adhesives. Provides good film compatibility, which translate to clear, defect... view more
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