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Oil Based Polymer Wetting Agent for Paint Leveling Dispersing

Oil Based Polymer Wetting Agent for Paint Leveling Dispersing
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Appearance: Colorless To Light Yellow Liquid
Autoignition Temperature: Not Applicable
Boiling Point: >100°C
Explosion Limits: Not Applicable
Flash Point: >100°C
Melting Point: Not Applicable
Odor: Slight Ammonia Odor
Ph Value: 7-9
Shelf Life: 24 Months
Storage: Store In A Cool, Dry Place
Density: 1.02 G/ml (20℃)
Viscosity: 20-50 Cps (25℃)
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Dispersing polymer wetting agent


Leveling polymer wetting agent


Polymer paint leveling agent

Basic Infomation
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Anjeka
Certification: ISO9000-2015
Model Number: Anjeka6110
Payment & Shipping Terms
Packaging Details: 25kg/drum
Delivery Time: 3-5days
Payment Terms: L/C, D/P, T/T, Western Union
Supply Ability: 100tons/month
Product Description

Paint dispersing agent dispersing agent in oil-based paints and coatings for Automotive refinish dispersants​



Anjeka 6110 is a wetting and dispersing agent for solvent-borne and solvent-free coatings, and printing inks. Anjeka 6110 can stabilize the inorganic pigments, especially titanium dioxide, and significantly reduce the millbase viscosity.




Solution of a copolymer with acidic groups.

Typical Properties

The values given in this data sheet describe the typical properties and do not constitute specification limits.

Acid value: 55-63 mg KOH/g
Density: 1.02 g/ml (20℃)
Viscosity: 20-50 cps (25℃)
Non-volatile matter(20min,150℃):  50%
Solvent: triethylene glycol butyl ethe r/xylene



Separation and turbidity may occur during storage or transportation below 0 ℃. Heat to 30-40℃ and mix well before use.



Because of its high acid value, the additive may potentially accelerate the reaction of baking systems. Check the increase in viscosity during storage is necessary.



Industrial coating and printing ink

Characters and advantages

Anjeka 6110 deflocculates pigments by means of steric stabilization. Because the particle sizes of the deflocculated pigments is tiny, the high levels of gloss can be achieved and the color strength is improved. In addition, the transparency of transparent pigments and the hiding power of opaque are also improved. The viscosity is reduced strongly. In this way, the flow characteristic is improved and higher pigment loading is possible. For inorganic pigmented coatings, which are processed via electrostatic high rotation technique, haze is significantly reduced.



Anjeka 6110 is recommended for all solvent-borne and solvent-free coatings and printing inks to stabilize inorganic pigments, especially titanium dioxide. Its anionic character makes it ideal for acid-catalyzed systems (e.g. coil coatings).




The amount of additive (supplied form) is based on the pigment.

Titanium dioxide: 2-4%

Inorganic pigment: 5-10%

The above recommended levels can be used for orientation. Optimal levels are determined through a series of laboratory tests.



For the best performance, the additive should be added into the millbase before the pigment added.



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