dispersing agent

dispersing agent

[də′spərs·iŋ ‚ā·jənt]
(materials)
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dispersing agent

An addition or admixture capable of increasing the fluidity of pastes, mortars, or concrete.
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Thus, to investigate the effect of shear rate on dispersity of carbon black in the masterbatch, we mixed carbon black into the dispersing agent, PBTIS, varying rotor speed 20, 30, 50 rpm.
Key statement: An organosilane masterbatch containing (a) 2-20 parts by weight of rubber, (b) 0-60 parts by weight of filler, (c) 5-55 parts by weight of organosilane and (d) 0-10 parts by weight of dispersing agent. A process for preparing the organosilane masterbatch by mixing the rubber, filler, organosilane and dispersing agent in an internal mixer or kneader, extruding and cutting into pieces.
To achieve good pigment stabilization, the dispersing agent must be able to adsorb onto the surface of the pigment.
Attributes/comments: High performance dispersing agent for water based resonated systems, fulfilling EPA40 and CFR180 requirements for use in seed coatings and other applications.
A non-APEO pigment wetting agent for water-based coatings, Hydropalat WE 3111 provides excellent color acceptance and can be used as a dispersing agent in base paints.
Universal wetting and dispersing agent, especially recommended to stabilize Ti02/filler in waterborne paints and coatings in order to optimize colorant acceptance, gloss and hiding power at low dosage level.
NUOSPERSE [R] 9850 is a polymeric dispersing agent with superior pigment wetting, resulting in increased color strength and excellent compatibility in various solventborne industrial coating systems, and is highly effective for carbon black and other organic pigments.