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Wax additives can influence surface slip. If the melting point of the wax additive is below 100 °C, the surface slip is improved. Anti-slip is achieved with polypropylene wax additives, the melting points of which are above 150 °C.
Paraffin-based wax emulsion for aqueous coatings, printing inks as well as care products and polishes for improving water repellency and surface slip.AQUACER 539
Paraffin wax emulsion for improved surface characteristics in aqueous coatings and printing inks.
Polypropylene-based wax emulsion for reducing the surface slip (anti-slip effect) of aqueous coatings and printing inks.
Cationic wax emulsion based on a modified polypropylene wax for formulating release agents for metal die casting.AQUACER 2650
Wax emulsion on the basis of carnauba wax for aqueous thermal transfer systems, ink ribbons, and hot-stamping foils.
Dispersion of wax-modified lanolin for solvent-borne can coatings. Increases scratch resistance and surface slip without influencing flexibility.
Dispersion of a carnauba wax for solvent-borne can coatings, to improve the surface slip and the scratch resistance.
Micronized polypropylene-based wax for solvent-borne coating systems and powder coatings to improve anti-slip properties and for matting.