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Masurf® FS-2825

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Pilot Chemical

Discontinued : product no longer available

Masurf® FS-2825 by Pilot Chemical is characterized as a light yellow color 25% active aqueous fluoroaliphatic polyoxyethylene dispersion with mild odor. It is a C6-based non-ionic fluoro-surfactant with the ability to contribute exceptional wetting, spreading and leveling properties to a wide range of systems. It stable in anionic and cationic systems, effective in high or low pH. In high performance polymer and non-aqueous resin systems, Masurf® FS-2825 acts as a coupling agent for fillers, imparts anti-soiling performance and allows wetting of low energy surfaces. It is consistent with the goals of the voluntary U.S. EPA 2010/15 PFOA Stewardship Program. It is effective at very low concentrations of 50-500ppm. It is pre-registered in REACH. It is listed on NDSL, IECSC, EINECS, TSCA and New Zealand Inventory. It has a shelf life of 5 years.
Product Type
  • Other Additives for Liquid Systems > Wetting Agents
  • Surfactants
  • Adhesion Promoters / Compatibilizers > Coupling Agents / Compatibilizers
  • Other Additives for Liquid Systems > Levelling Agents
Chemical Composition
25% active aqueous fluoroaliphatic polyoxyethylene
Physical Form
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