Non Ionic Wetting Agent and Emulsifier Surfactants modify properties of the surface layer of one phase of a system in contact with another, generally by lowering the interfacial tension. In latex paints, they aid colour development, adhesion & freeze-thaw resistance. The viscosity and storage stability of latex paints are highly influenced by the proper choice and amount of surfactant. It is widely used as a primary emulsifier for acrylic and vinyl emulsion polymerization and pigment (organic) dispersion. It is an excellent wetting, dispersing, and latex stabilizing agent. As a standalone emulsifier for paints in the mill base and the final paint, with excellent water resistance for paint films.
The assortment of options offered by Fasal Chemicals allows formulators to choose from a unique set of properties to achieve stable, well-dispersed
|Appearance @ 250C||Visual||Colourless to pale yellow liquid||VCL/QC/WI/01|
|pH (2% aq)||-||6.0 - 8.0||VCL/QC/WI/06|
|Cloud point ( 1% aq)||0C||56 -60||VCL/QC/WI/21|
|Moisture content||%||0.50 max||VCL/QC/WI/07|
|Solubility||%||Soluble in water and alcohol||VCL/QC/WI/05|
Nonionic emulsifier for stable latexes to produce homopolymers and copolymers of vinyl acetates/acrylates.