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Dispersogen AN 100

Dispersing agent for universal colorants

Edition Date :
May 15, 2022
Dispersogen AN 100 is a surfactant-based dispersing agent for water-based and solvent based pigment preparations, suitable for inorganic and organic pigments and carbon blacks. Dispersogen AN 100 is a 3 – in – 1 product with nonionic and anionic surface active components and a polyglycol as humectant. Dispersogen AN 100 is especially recommended for use in point-of-sales colorants and concentrates for in-plant tinting. The general dosage recommendation is 20- 50 % on inorganic pigments and 5-20% on organic pigments.

Benefits

The advantages of Dispersogen AN 100 are:

  • low VOC
  • free of alkylphenol ethoxylates
  • acts as humectant: reduces the drying / extends the open time of tinting systems
  • improves the compatibility of aqueous tinting systems for solvent and waterborne coatings alike
  • enables highest tinting yields and reduces rubout
Product Function
  • Wetting & dispersing agent
Chemical Type
  • Fatty alcohol ethoxylates
Applications
  • Pigment preparation
  • Wetting
  • Dispersing

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Technical Data

Composition:   blend of surface active components and polyglycols
 Active content: approx. 85%
 Appearance:  yellowish, cloudy, viscous liquid
 pH value, 1% in water: approx. 8 
 Solubility: miscible in water
 Density: approx. 1.0 g/cm3
 Flash point: > 100 °C 
 Viscosity: approx. 1500 mPas 
 Solid point: < 15 °C

Applications

Application area
  • Point-of-sales colorants
  • Concentrates for in-plant tinting

End-use systems

  • Water-based end-use systems
  • Solvent-based end-use systems


Pigment applicability

  • Organic pigments
  • Inorganic pigments