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Product Recommendations by Application

Explore our application recommendations to find the right product solution for the challenge in your system. With BYK additives you are one step ahead of the market. BYK’s product portfolio covers a wide range of wetting and dispersing additives, rheology and surface additives as well as adhesion promoters, UV absorbers, wax and processing additives, and nanotechnology-based additives.

Additives for the Coatings Industry

BYK coatings additives improve product properties and eliminate or reduce problems occurring during formulating paint systems, thus optimizing production processes. BYK coatings additives help you meet the challenges typically appearing in paint formulations and offer customized solutions with regard to improved pigment wetting, defoaming, air release, substrate wetting or surface slip. Using BYK additives you will also meet the requirements for water and scratch resistance, increased adhesion to aged coating surfaces or UV protection, to name but a few.

Additives for the Plastics Industry

BYK plastics additives are used to optimize nearly all aspects of your system. With BYK plastics additives you are able to positively influence the processing properties of your system as well as its mechanical and aesthetical properties and, ultimately, the quality of your final product. BYK plastics additives are typically used in the following application fields:

Additives for Industrial Applications

The application areas are versatile and so are the required additives. BYK additives provide you solutions for pigment stabilization, defoaming, improved surface properties and rheology control in aqueous, solvent-borne and solvent-free formulations.

Additives for the Oil and Gas Industry

BYK offers a wide range of additive solutions for the manufacture of drilling fluids, cementing, completion, stimulation and production chemicals. Furthermore we provide several additive lines that can be used to solve production related problems including asphaltene deposition, paraffin wax deposition, scale formation and corrosion.