Description

Carbowet surfactants are ideal for applications where wetting and surface reduction with varying degrees of emulsification and stabilization are required.


Carbowet 76:  An ethoxylated nonionic surfactant (HLB: 7.6). Carbowet 76 is an additive for pigment and substrate wetting for waterborne coatings, inks, and adhesives systems. Excellent water in oil emulsifier. FDA and EPA compliances, no added solvents or APEs.



Carbowet 106:  An ethoxylated nonionic surfactant. Carbowet 106 is a proprietary formulation designed to provide performance comparable to NP-6 type and similar alkyl phenol-based surfactants in waterborne coatings, inks, and adhesives systems. Allows for the surface tension reduction necessary to wet both pigment and substrate, and can enhance/stabilize color acceptance. FDA and EPA compliances, no added solvents or APEs.



Carbowet 109:  An ethoxylated nonionic surfactant. Carbowet 109 is a proprietary formulation designed to provide performance comparable to NP-9 type and similar alkyl phenol-based surfactants in waterborne coatings, inks, and adhesives systems. Allows for the surface tension reduction necessary to wet both pigment and substrate, and can enhance/stabilize color acceptance. FDA and EPA compliances, no added solvents or APEs.



Carbowet 125:  An ethoxylated nonionic surfactant. Carbowet 125 is a low viscosity liquid that is rapidly soluble in water and provides good surface tension reduction for substrate and pigment wetting in a wide range of applications. FDA and EPA compliances, no added solvents or APEs.



Carbowet 138:  An ethoxylated nonionic surfactant (HLB: 13.8). Carbowet 138 is mid-HLB traditional surfactant with balanced properties for use in typical waterborne formulations. This low viscosity, easy-to-handle liquid provides an excellent alternative to APE chemistries of similar HLB and has a number of FDA and EPA compliances.



Carbowet 144:  An ethoxylated nonionic surfactant (waxy solid at room temperature; HLB: 14.4). Carbowet 144 is a multifunctional additive for pigment and substrate wetting in waterborne coatings, inks, and adhesives systems. Provides surface tension reduction and wetting, improves freeze-thaw stability of acrylic systems. Excellent oil in water emulsifier. FDA and EPA compliances, no added solvents or APEs.



Carbowet GA-100:  A proprietary combination of nonionic wetting and stabilizing surface active chemistries. It offers low foam wetting of substrates and pigments as well as providing compatibilization and stabilization benefits in coating and ink formulations and dispersions. Carbowet GA-100 offers balanced performance for architectural paint formulations and excellent compatibility with associative thickeners.



Carbowet GA-210:  A proprietary combination of nonionic wetting and stabilizing surface active chemistries. It offers efficient wetting and stabilization benefits for a wide range of waterborne applications and can improve milling efficiencies in pigment grinds and dispersions. Compared to its sibling products in the GA series, Carbowet GA-210 offers the most universal and balanced properties and is suitable for all applications.



Carbowet GA-211:  A proprietary combination of nonionic wetting and stabilizing surface active chemistries. It offers low foam wetting of substrates and pigments as well as providing compatibilization and stabilization benefits in coating and ink formulations and disperisons. Compared to its sibling products in the GA series, Carbowet GA-211 offers the lowest foam and strongest dynamic wetting properties.



Carbowet GA-221:  A proprietary combination of nonionic wetting and stabilizing surface active chemistries. It offers low foam wetting of substrates and pigments as well as providing compatibilization and stabilization benefits in coating and ink formulations and disperisons. Compared to its sibling products in the GA series, Carbowet GA-221 offers the most stabilization benefits and a first choice for organic and carbon black pigment dispersions.


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