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Dispersion of hydrophilic fumed silica. Used as antiblocking agent for PET-films. Provides low thickening effect and viscosity... view more
Hydrophilic fumed silica. Used as a antiblocking agent. Provides low viscosity and low thickening effect. Offers improved strength of molding compounds for casting technology. Can be used in... view more
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Water-based low viscosity dispersion of aerosil® fumed silica. It acts as an adhesion promoter, anti slip agent, anti blocking agent and flocculation aid. Also acts as a stabilizing agent for... view more
Water-based low viscosity dispersion of aerosil® fumed silica. It acts as an adhesion promoter, anti slip agent and flocculation aid. Also acts as a stabilizing agent (KOH) for emulsions. It is an... view more
Water-based dispersion of aerosil® fumed silica. It acts as an excellent dispersant for pigment, stabilizing agent (NaOH) and reinforcement agent while maintaining high transparency. Mixes easily... view more
Water-based low viscosity dispersion of aerosil® fumed silica. It acts as an adhesion promoter, anti slip agent, anti blocking agent and flocculation aid. Also acts as a stabilizing agent (ammonia)... view more
Water-based low viscosity dispersion of aerosil® fumed silica. It acts as an adhesion promoter, anti slip agent, anti blocking agent and flocculation aid. Also acts as a stabilizing agent (NaOH) for... view more
Water-based low viscosity dispersion of aerosil® fumed silica. It acts as an adhesion promoter, anti slip agent and flocculation aid. Also acts as a stabilizing agent (KOH) for emulsions. It is a... view more
Water-based low viscosity dispersion of aerosil® fumed silica with slightly alkaline pH. It acts as an adhesion promoter, anti blocking agent, anti slip agent and flocculation aid. Also acts as a... view more
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