Surface Modifiers

Slip and Levelling agents for Waterborne Systems
Additive Main Application Characteristics & Composition TDS Sample request
Pat-Add LE 1019
Levelling, with slip contribution. Polyether modified polysiloxane, 99-100%
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Pat-Add LE 1030
Levelling and substrate wetting. Polyether modified polysiloxane, approx. 15% polysiloxane.
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Pat-Add LE 1040
Levelling, with slip contribution; contributes to optimal matting agents and metal pigment orientation. Polyether modified polysiloxane, approx 15% polysiloxane.
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Slip and Levelling agents for Solventborne Systems
Pat-Add LE 1010
Levelling, with slip and mar resistance. Contributes to orientation of the matting agents and metal pigment. Polyether modified polysiloxane, approximately 10% polysiloxane.
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Pat-Add LE 1019
Levelling, with slip and mar resistance. Contributes to orientation of the matting agents and metal pigment. Polyether modified polysiloxane, 99-100%
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Pat-Add LE 1020
Levelling and substrate wetting; enhances the gloss; contributes to optimal matting agents and metal pigment orientation. Polyether modified polysiloxane, approx. 10% polysiloxane.
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Pat-Add LE 1065
Efficient surface tension modifier, at very low concentrations. Excellent efficiency in promoting film levelling and avoiding formation of craters.Sutable for solvent-borne systems, notably for UPR and PUR systems. approximately 50% polysiloxane.
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Pat-Add LE 1066
Levelling agent in solvent-free or solvent-less floor coatings, based on epoxy and PU. Efficient surface tension modifier at very low concentrations.
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Pat-Add LE 1070
Levelling, for maintaining optimal adhesion. First choice for coil and can coatings. Polyester, approx. 99-100%; silicone and fluoro free leveling agent.
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Pat-Add SL 1120
Provides best slip, contributes to levelling, optimal matting agent and metal pigment orientation. Polyether modified polysiloxane, approx. 15% polysiloxane.
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Type of Additive  
Medium  
Resin system