This aluminum salt derived from distilled, hydrogenated fatty acids is designed for protective and decorative coatings. Has the highest free fatty acid content and lowest aluminum metal content.
This product has strong lubrication characteristics, thickening ability, thermal stability, and water-repellent characteristics. Total Ash: 5.50 – 7.50 Fineness % Thru 20 Mesh: 100.00 (Min) Fineness % Thru 200 Mesh: 90.00 – 100.00 Free Fatty Acids (As Stearic): 25.0 – 35.0 Water: 0.00 – 1.00 Water Soluble Salts: 0.00 – 1.00 Yields the lowest viscosity increase. Great for dry lubrication and thickening of ink manufacture. It is commonly used in the production of coatings(protective and decorative) such as paints, enamels, varnishes, and lacquers. additionally, it acts as a dry lubricant in metal processing and as a water repellents.
Aqueous anionic fluorinated surfactant with exceptional stability in corrosive media and, in particular, very acidic solutions.
FS-10 is an anionic fluorinated surfactant that reduces the surface tension of aqueous solutions to very low levels. FS-10 demonstrates exceptional chemical stability in corrosive media and, in particular, very acidic solutions. Appearance: Brown liquid Chemical Structure: Halogenated aliphatic acid Composition: 30% solids in water pH of a 1 wt% Solution: 2.2 Ionic Character: Anionic Solubility at Ambient Temperature Water: Highly soluble Sulfuric Acid 50%: Partly soluble Hydrochloric Acid 19%: Partly soluble Nitric Acid 50%: Highly soluble Acetone: Highly soluble Specific Gravity 1.15 g/mL Stability Freeze-thaw stable Mix well before use Shelf Life: 5 years Is a low-foaming agent Imparts additional properties that may prove useful in formulations based on aggressive(highly acidic, oxidizing, or reducing) media Is targeted below LOD* for PFOA *Below the limit of detection (LOD) based on the published analytical method found in The Journal of Chromatography A, 1110 (2006) 117–124. Anti-stat in films, chrome plating baths, emulsifier and metal treatment.
Cationic antistat - >= 25.0 - < 50.0% alkyl dimethylethyl ammonium ethosulfate quat.
One of the most widely used cationic antistats in the world is LAROSTAT® 264 A, an alkyl dimethylethyl ammonium ethosulfate quat. A non-halogen quat, it is more effective than other traditional antistats and does not present the problems typical of chloride quats. LAROSTAT® 264 A is usually the antistat of choice for general applications where temperature or FDA requirements are not an issue. It is used for both internal and topical applications. Appearance @ 25°C Clear Amber Liquid Color, Gardner:12 max. Solids, % @ 105°C, 1.5 Hrs: 34.0 – 36.0 pH, 30 % Aqueous: 5.0 – 6.5 Viscosity @ 50°C, cSt: 230 – 330 Compatible with complex chemical systems including many anionic systems. A non-halogen quat, it is more effective than other traditional antistats and does not present the problems typical of chloride quats. It is used for both internal and topical applications. Polyurethane, Polystyrene, Rigid PVC, Fiberglass, Textiles, Dust control, Floor finishes, General purpose
Antistatic typically used in polyolefin fibers, plastic and films on carpet.
Stepan is a world leader in providing surfactants in many consumer and industrial application. They offer a broad range of cationic, nonionic, amphoteric and anionic surfactants which meet specific customer needs. % Active: 50 Boiling point: 100°C Density: 1.18 g/ml Flash Point, PMCC,: >94°C Form @ 25°C: Liquid Freeze Point: -30°C Specific Gravity @ 25°C: 1.18 Surface Tension: 25.5 mN/m Useful on non-absorbent films, plastics, and textiles Stable in both acid and alkaline systems 50% active in water