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ADDITOL® VXW 6394

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ADDITOL® VXW 6394 is a versatile formulation that serves as a dispersant and wetting agent. Tailored for a range of applications, including screen printing ink, inkjet ink, waterborne coating, flexography ink, gravel ink, and primer, it proudly claims to be APEO-free and tin-free. Notable features include high gloss, high pigment loading, low reactivity, and wet-on-Wet properties. With applications spanning paints and coatings, especially automotive OEM coatings, marine coatings, and vehicle refinish, ADDITOL® VXW 6394 stands as a comprehensive choice, ensuring optimal performance across various printing and coating formulations.

Functions: Dispersant, Wetting Agent

End Uses: Flexography Ink, Gravure Ink, Inkjet Ink, Primer, Screen Printing Ink, Waterborne Coating

Labeling Claims: APEO-Free, Tin-free

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Special Properties and Uses

Additol VXW 6394 is an wetting and dispersing agent based on a high molecular weight block copolymer with pigment affinic groups, especially for the production of resin-free, stable pigment concentrates for aqueous coatings. It prevents flocculation of the pigments and enhance stability of pigment concentrates and color strength of pigmented systems. It does not contain any organic solvents. The pigment grind should always be done resin-free.

Dosage (additive as supplied):

20 - 30 % on inorganic pigments

30 - 75 % on organic pigments

10 - 12 % on titanium dioxide

130 - 150 % on carbon black

Properties

Appearance
Clear

Packaging & Availability

Regional Availability
  • Africa
  • China
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • Middle East
  • North America

Storage & Handling

Storage and Handling

At temperatures up to 25 °C storage stability packed in original containers amounts to at least 730 days.