Features/Benefits

Carbowet GA-series Surfactants

  • Improve milling time
  • Better color development
  • Increase hiding power
  • Reduce letdown shock
  • Contains no added APEs or solvents

Product Description

Carbowet GA-100 surfactant
A grind aid specifically designed for optimal performance in architectural paint grinds, Carbowet GA-100 surfactant helps to optimize milling efficiency and offers a favorable alternative to modified APE grind aids. When used in the pigment grind, Carbowet GA-100 surfactant can improve the pigment paste acceptance and may eliminate the need for special pigment paste acceptance additives used in the letdown stage of white base paint manufacturing.

Carbowet GA-210 surfactant
A broad utility surfactant, Carbowet GA-210 surfactant can deliver excellent grind aid benefits in aqueous dispersions with strong wetting and milling efficiency benefits. It has proven performance as a grind surfactant in coatings dispersions and excellent attributes in many other dispersion formulations.

Carbowet GA-211 surfactant
A combination of surface active agents, Carbowet GA-211 surfactant can provide excellent dry solid wetting with dynamic stabilizing to improve the efficiency of the milling process. Compared to the other grind aid products, Carbowet GA-211 surfactant offers the strongest stabilization benefits with somewhat lesser wetting performance. When used in a dispersion, Carbowet GA-211 surfactant and the other grind aids may provide enough wetting to eliminate the need for additional wetting agents.

Carbowet GA-221 surfactant
A combination of surface active agents, Carbowet GA-221 surfactant offers excellent dry solid wetting with dynamic stabilizing that can improve the efficiency of the milling process. Compared to the other grind aid products, Carbowet GA-221 surfactant offers the strongest stabilization benefits with somewhat lesser wetting performance. When used in a dispersion, Carbowet GA-221 surfactant and the other grind aids provide enough wetting that additional Wetting Agents are not typically needed.

 

 


 

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