Anti settling agent for Paints


Anti-settling agent for Paints

An anti-settling agent is utilized in water based paint is normally categorised into multiple types of substances, surfactants and colloids. Paints require a stabiliser since the over time of the droplets can join together or either settle down beneath the pressure of gravity the deposition or float on the top. The difference among these sedimentations is based on whether the particle is less or denser than the surrounding water. Anti settling agents are utilized in many industrial procedure and products such as wood pulp, paper, paint, industrial wastewater treatment, food processing, oil drilling. Read More

TANAKA Kikinzoku Kogyo KK, a business entity of TANAKA Holdings Co Ltd has established a new fuel cell catalyst development centre in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. With an investment of approximately ¥4.0 billion, the centre will develop and manufacture electrode catalysts used in fuel cells. TANAKA Kikinzoku Kogyo already boasts a world-leading share of the fuel cell catalyst market, and with the expansion of the centre, production capacity will increase seven-fold. The new building is located adjacent to the existing FC catalyst development centre at TANAKA Kikinzoku Kogyo’s Shonan Plant. Read More

 

BASF SE has further developed its range of hydrolysis-resistant thermoplastic polyesters, to meet the demand of the automotive industry for highly effective sensors. The expanded range of Ultradur HR (HR= hydrolysis resistant) comprises Ultradur B4330 G6 HR High Speed, a particularly flowable and laser markable grade with 30 percent glass-fiber reinforcement, Ultradur B4330 G10 HR, a highly reinforced grade with 50 percent glass fibers as well as Ultradur B4331 G6 HR, the next generation with optimized processing characteristics. Ultradur B4331 G6 HR is available from now on as uncoloured grade, in a black laser markable version, and in orange for components in electric cars. Read More

Total SA and China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) have signed a mutual preferred supplier agreement to extend their existing relationship to a worldwide perimeter. Total currently supplies CCCC with fuels and lubricants, mainly in Africa, while CCCC‘s expertise ranges from design to construction, including financing, civil works, onshore and offshore work, pipeline construction and dredging. With this new agreement, Total and its affiliates will work toward being CCCC’s preferred partner on a much larger scale, by offering tailored solutions for its projects worldwide. Read More

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