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Prifac™

Polymers additives supplied by Croda

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Prifac™ 5910 by Croda is a partially hardened tallow fatty acid. Available in Europe and Latin America. Prifac™ 5910 also acts as an emulsifier... view more
Prifac™ 5981 by Croda is dehydrated castor oil fatty acid with enhanced initial surface drying properties. Offers good adhesion to metal. Prifac™ 5981 is used in production of alkyd resins... view more
Prifac™ 7911 by Croda is a distilled mixed fatty acids. Is color stable. Used in production of alkyd resins... view more
Prifac™ 7913 by Croda is a distilled cottonseed fatty acids. It is color stable fatty acid. Prifac™ 7913 is suitable for short & medium oil alkyd resins... view more
Prifac™ 7982 by Croda is a special modified fatty acid. It can be used as a lubricant. Used in production of alkyd resins and polyamide... view more
Prifac™ 7990 by Croda is a modified fatty acid top grade. Used in production of alkyd resins... view more
Prifac™ 7996 by Croda is a modified fatty acid conventional grade. Used in production of alkyd resins... view more
Prifac™ 8950 by Croda is a distilled soybean fatty acid. Used in production of alkyd resins... view more
Prifac™ 8951 by Croda is a distilled soybean fatty acid. Used in production of alkyd resins... view more
Prifac™ 8953 by Croda is a distilled soybean fatty acid. Used in production of alkyd and epoxy resins... view more
Prifac™ 8954 by Croda is a distilled soybean fatty acid. Used in production of alkyd resins... view more
Prifac™ 8960 by Croda is distilled sunflower fatty acid. Exhibits good color stability. Prifac™ 8960 is used in production of alkyd resins... view more
Prifac™ 8961 by Croda is distilled sunflower fatty acid. It has good color and color stability with very fast curing & good hardness. Prifac™ 8961 is used in production of alkyd resins... view more
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