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(Wax Emulsion for Exterior Acrylic Coating)
Waxes are either naturally derived or synthetically produced. In the surface coating Industry waxes are widely used to modify surface by Providing water repellency, Scratch and mar resistance, Adhesion and anti blocking.

These waxes are provided in different forms such as Wax Emulsion, Wax Dispersion & micronized powders. As for as the coating industry is concerned wax emulsion can improve your formulation by adding or modifying the following properties.
• Improves appearance of the film.
• Leveling and luster.
• Improves water resistance.
• Improves flow of the system.
• Corrosion Resistance.
• Lubricity.
• Adhesion & rub resistance.
• Scratch and Mar resistance.
• Antiblock.
• Does not contribute Color.
Physical Properties
Composition   : Oxidized Polyethylene Wax Emulsion. 
Appearance   : Homogenous Translucent Paste. 
Solid Content   : 50 + 2.  
PH   : 7.5-8.0. 
Compatibility   : Practically compatible with type of coatings. 
Ionic Nature   : Nonionic. 
Particle Size   : Less than one micron. 
Addition  : 0.5% -1.5% on total formulation. 
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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