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CHA-R-3588 - Titanium Dioxide Rutile Krishna - EoC1 (Ethoxylated Cresol 1M) Krishna - 807 EoP (Phenoxy Ethanol) KRISHNOL -1350
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KRISHNAWAX C

 
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(Modified with Silicone)
In the surface coating industry waxes are widely used to modify surfaces by providing water repellency, scratch and mar resistance. These waxes are provided in different forms such as wax emulsion, wax dispersion & micronized powders. Wax emulsion is a stable homogenous dispersion of wax (mix of paraffin & polyethylene wax and various additives) and water with no solvent. The particle size of a wax emulsion is normally less then on one micron. The main functions of wax emulsion in the water borne exterior coating are by adding or modifying the following properties.
To improve weather ability & slip.
Water resistance.
Rub resistance.
Lubricity.
Eggshell finish.
Anti fungal.
Corrosion resistance.
Physical Properties
Composition   : Blend Polyethylene / Paraffin Wax with silicone.
Appearance   : Homogenous translucent paste.
Solid Content   : 33%.
PH   : 55 + 2%.
Compatibility   : 7.5-8.0.
Ionic Nature   : Nonionic.
Particle Size   : Less than one micron. 
Addition  : 1% -3% w/w.
Order of Addition
The order of addition of various materials is very important. Agglomeration can be prevented and over all stability is maximized if preferably Wax Emulsion is added at last under controlled pH.

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