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Taylor Chemical
Linear dimethyl polysiloxane fluid. Used for rubber and plastics, industrial and food grade antifoams, additives for cosmetic applications, maintenance products, high-temperature lubricants... view more
Taylor Chemical
Linear dimethyl polysiloxane. Characterized by a low surface tension and excellent thermal stability. Available in a complete range of viscosities between 1 and 2,500,000 centi- stokes, finding a... view more
Taylor Chemical
Used for rubber and plastics, industrial and food grade antifoams, additives for cosmetic applications, maintenance products, high-temperature lubricants, heat transfer fluids, di-electric fluids... view more
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Taylor Chemical
Nonionic, aqueous emulsion. Used for technical rubber, tires, plastics, and foundry products. Water repellent and release agent for industrial glassware. Sizing agent for synthetic fibers. Release... view more
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Taylor Chemical
Aqueous emulsion of a very high-viscosity silicone polymer, along with a medium viscosity silicone fluid, in water. It is easily diluted in water and remains stable after dilution. Release agent, as... view more
Taylor Chemical
Nonionic aqueous emulsion based on a silicone fluid. It is used primarily as a mold-release agent in the metalworking industry, as well as in the rubber and plastics industries. Excellent stability... view more
Taylor Chemical
Nonionic aqueous emulsion containing sixty percent {60%} active ingredients. Water repellent and release agent for industrial glassware. Sizing agent for synthetic fibers. Release agent in textile... view more
Taylor Chemical
Nonionic, aqueous emulsion based on a reactive silicone fluid. Used in the metalworking industry, as well as in the rubber and plastics industries. Enhances the water-repellent characteristics of... view more
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