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Aako BV
P.O. Box 205
3830 AE Leusden
The Netherlands
KvK 31009627

TiloSperse 5470

Application
Paints
Product type
Dispersant
Product Datasheet
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Polymeric dispersing additive in ester solvent

Description

TiloSperse 5470 is a high molecular weight dispersant especially suitable for dispersing Carbon black and Blue pigments. TiloSperse 5470 is designed to give a very high degree of stabilisation.

TiloSperse 5470 features the following advantages:
    - Increase gloss and reduce haze
    - Increase resistance to flocculation, flooding and floating
    - Increase colour strength/jetness
    - Decrease viscosity
    - Increase pigment loading
    - Reduce VOC levels in high solids systems

Applications

TiloSperse 5470 is recommended for low aromatic and aromatic-free systems
    - Automotive coatings
    - Industrial Paints

Recommended Dosage

Organic pigments: 15%-45%
Carbon black: 50%-120%

The dosage can be lowered when used in conjunction with synergists TiloSperse 5000 or 5002

It is recommended that the grinding medium for resin-containing dispersions should consist of a 10-30% resin solids solution (not compatible with CAB resin). Since TiloSperse 5470 will reduce the viscosity, the pigment concentration in the mill-base may need to be increased to maintain adequate mill-base viscosity/ shear for efficient dispersion.

Storage

The product should be stored in a cool dry place. The haziness and crystallization, which can take place upon storage at low temperature has no influence on the quality of the product and can be reversed by heating.

Shelf life in original unopened container: 5 years from production date.

Chemical & physical properties

Appearance Amber solution
Gardener colour 9 max (product)
Boiling point >126.5°C
Flash point >23°C
Specific gravity / Density Approx 0.98g/cm3
Solvents Butylacetate
Active content 40%
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P.O. Box 205
3830 AE Leusden
The Netherlands
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