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Trinidad and Tobago Differences in water-based mineral oil No Foam(3)






Explanation in reference book
An agent that promotes the uniform dispersion of material particles in the medium to form a stable suspension. Dispersants are generally divided into two categories: inorganic dispersants and organic dispersants. Commonly used inorganic dispersants include silicates (such as water glass) and alkali metal phosphates (such as sodium tripolyphosphate, sodium hexametaphosphate, and sodium pyrophosphate). Organic dispersants include triethylhexyl phosphoric acid, sodium dodecyl sulfate, methyl pentanol, cellulose derivatives, polyacrylamide, gum, fatty acid polyethylene glycol esters, etc.

替换城市  Waterborne mineral oil No Foam are suitable for use in water-based systems with weak emulsifying properties, such as latex paints, coatings, adhesives, inks, and other systems with low emulsifying properties. They are easy to emulsify and form uniform distribution in water-based systems, thereby reducing the likelihood of surface defects such as shrinkage and loss of gloss, and also reducing microbubbles. However, it should be noted that mineral oils and waxes, which contain a small amount of organosilicon, and adopt special preparation processes, have excellent product storage stability, and are not prone to separation or sedimentation even after long-term storage.