Fluoro Surfactants

HEXAFOR surfactants are highly effective and efficient fluorinated surface active agents based on short perfluorinated chains. They are especially designed to provide rapid spreading, wetting and leveling performances to a broad range of water and solvent borne systems such as detergents, paints and varnishes, inks, waxes and floor polishes. The use of HEXAFOR surfactants allows to develop formulations to improve several properties such as:

  • Wetting
  • Emulsifying
  • Spreading
  • Foaming control
  • Levelling
  • Antifogging
  • Anticorrosion
  • Viscosity control
Products

Type

Composition

Solvent

Non volatile matter

Recomended for

Surface tension
(DYNES/CM)

0,01% 0,05% 0,10%

Applications

Anionic

Lithium Salt

IPA/Water

25%

Aqueous System

28,6 17,7 16,8
Anticorrosive, Nanowire

Anionic

Lithium Salt

IPA/Water

25%

Aqueous System

16,3 15,3 15,2
Anticorrosive, Paints, Nanowire

Anionic

Polymeric acrylic

-

 

 

22,5 21,0 20,3
Inks, Paints, Adhesives

Anionic

Polymeric acrylic

-

100%

Solvent Free, Aqueous System, Solvent Born

23,5 22,3 22,3
Polish

Non ionic

Polymeric acrylic

DPM

25%

Aqueous System, Solvent Born

24,2 22,7 22,4
Adhesives

Non ionic

Polymeric acrylic

-

100%

Aqueous System, Solvent Born, Solvent Free

21,1 20,7 20
Adhesives

Non ionic

Polymeric acrylic

DPM

25%

Aqueous System, Solvent Born

23 21,4 20,5
Adhesives, Inks, Batteries

Non ionic

Polymeric Ethoxylated

-

100%

Aqueous System, Solvent Born, Solvent Free

20,7 19,4 19,2
Paints

Non ionic

Polymeric Ethoxylated

DPM

10%

Aqueous System

18,8 18,3 18,2
Cleaners

Non ionic

Polymeric Ethoxylated

Water/Ethylene Glycol

50%

Aqueous System

22,3 18,6 18
Anti-fogging, Paints, Coil Coating

Non ionic

Polymeric Ethoxylated

Water

65%

Aqueous System, Solvent Free

18,7 18,7 18,7
Cleaners

Non ionic

Polymeric Ethoxylated

-

100%

Aqueous System, Solvent Free, Solvent Born

19,8 17,8 17,6
Anti-fogging, Inks, Paints, Adhesives, Polish

Non ionic

Polymeric Ethoxylated

Water

25%

Aqueous System, Solvent Free

19,8 17,8 17,6
Inks, Coil Coating, Polish

Non ionic

Polymeric Ethoxylated

IPA/Water

25%

Aqueous System

19,2 18,4 18,1
Inks, Paints, Cleaners, Adhesives

-

Polymeric acrylic

Distillated(petroleum)

25%

Solvet Born

- - -
Explosives

-

Polymeric acrylic

DPM/Distillated (petroleum)

25%

Solvet Born

- - -
Paints

-

Polymeric acrylic

Water

20%

Solvet Free, Aqueous System

- - -
Wood coating, Paint, Inks

-

Polymeric acrylic

Butyòacetate

25%

Solvet Born

- - -
Paints

Non ionic

PU

Water

28%

-

- - -
Wood Coating, Paints, Inks

N. ion-Cat

PU

Water/DMM

30%

-

- - -
Wood Coating, Paints, Inks

N. ion-An

PU

Water/NFN

25%

-

- - -
Wood Coating, Paints, Inks

Anionic

Sodium Salt

Water/Butoxy Ethanol

25%

-

15,3 15 14,9
Anticorrosive, Wood Coating, Paints, Nanowire

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