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Speciality products offered for the latex industry:
Latex Chemicals Corporate Brochure Chemical Products & Intermediates Specialty Chemicals
|Manawet 172 – Amphoteric surfactant of monosodium N- lauryl-beta-iminodipropionic acid||Manawet SMO – Sulfated Methyl Oleate Surfacce Conditioning Agent for Latex Compounds|
|Used in natural latex and in High Solids, Cold SBR as well as Nitrile Latex. Very useful tool to provide chemical stability and to extend pot life in gel foams. Frequently added to natural latex during storage to protect against coagulum formation and instability used in conjunction with Manawet SMO or Manawet SBO||Used to stabilize latex, both natural and CR and SBR. It is especially useful in improving the integrity of Latex films by helping to eliminate surface striations in the dipped film. Helps reduce flaws weak spots, and provides more uniform films.|
|Manawet WAQ – Anionic stabilizer of sodium alkyl sulfate||Manawet SBO – Sulfated Butyl Oleate an Environmenally-Friendly Surface conditioning Agent for Latex Compounds|
|Used as an anionic stabilizer for NR, SBR, NBR and CR latex. Also used as a Wetting agent and emulsifier for Latex.||Used to stabilize Latex, both natural and CR and SBR. It is especially useful in improving the integrity of Latex films by helping to eliminate surface striations in the dipped film. Helps reduce flaws, weak spots, and provides more uniform films.|
|Manasperse LGS – Dispersing agent of sodium salt of polymerized substituted benzoid alkyl sulfonic acids||Manawet SN – Dispersing agent of sodium salt of condensed sulfonated naphthalene|
|It is a spray dried dark brown powder and is used as a dispersing and emulsifying agent. Very effective with zinc oxide, clays and sulfur.
Equivalent to No. 2 dispersing agent.
|It is a spray dried amber powder and is used as a dispersing agent for water insoluble powders. Low foaming. Equivalent to No. 1 dispersing agent.|
|Defoamer 5729 – A silicone free defoamer for Latex compounds||Anti Foam 30 L – 30% active silicone anti-foaming agent|
|It has been specially formulated for the latex industry. It emulsifies easily in aqueous latex systems. Its defoaming action helps achieve smooth latex films in dipped goods. It is silicone and protein free. As the concentration is high very small amounts are required in aqueous latex systems to get excellent defoaming action.||Specially emulsified for Latex and coagulant compounds or for use straight as a heavy duty anti-foaming agent.|
|Manawet A-18 – Classic non-gel surfactant of DiSodium N-octadecyl sulfosuccinamate||Anti Foam FD-30 – 30% active silicone anti-foaming agent for more stringent regulatory standards|
|Used to produce very stable foam, both under mechanical and heat extremes. Helps in excellent bubble stability which doesn’t collapse during drying and curing. Used in gel foam compounds to improve bubble structure and stability.||Specially emulsified to meet more stringent regulatory standards using the latest technology. Free rinsing properties that minimize build-up of particles and scum during processing. Used for in Latex and coagulant compounds or for use straight as a heavy duty anti-foaming agent.|
|Manawet ALS-28 – Fase foamer to boost foaming Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate||Manathick 031 – Thickening agent for Latex foam|
|Used for frothing Latex compounds for foams, carpet and textile applications without affecting color. Does not enhance stability.||Sodium Polyacrylate thickener useful with most latex compounds. Nice rheology buildup in SBR foams and SBR/Natural blend foams.|
|Ammonium Stearate – 33||Potassium Oleate – Surfactant in High Solids Latices|
|Frequently used in Acrylic Latex formulations. Non-rewetting. Gives very stable foam with smooth, soft hand.||The basic backbone surfactant in High Solids, Natural and Nitrile Latices. Classic soap for use when compound needs to be gelled, coagulated, or otherwise be subjected to emulsion destruction.|
|Wax Emulsion ACT 47 – Protective Wax Anionic Emulsion|
|A blend of paraffin and microcrystalline waxes in an emulsion. Compatible with most anionic lattices. Blooms to the surface of cured systems and helps to provide protection against UV and attack from CO, Oxides of Nitrogen, Ozone, etc.|