Chemical silane siloxane durable water repellent for textile AB

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10000 bottle/month

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Classification:

Chemical Auxiliary Agent

CAS No.:

N/A

Other Names:

Waterproofing agent

MF:

N/A

EINECS No.:

N/A

Purity:

99%

Place of Origin:

Hebei China (Mainland)

Type:

Finishing auxiliary

Usage:

Textile Auxiliary Agents,Silane siloxane textile water repellent

Brand Name:

RUI XU

Model Number:

AB

Certificate::

ISO9001:2000

Environmental::

no APEO, PFOA, PFOS

Toxicological::

non-toxic

Hazards::

harmless

Stability::

high

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:25,125kg plastic drum 15-17tons/20GP'
Delivery Detail:within 15 days after deposit

Specifications

1. washable
2. soft handle, elastic resilience, smoothness and gas permeability
3. no APEO, PFOA, PFOS
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  silane siloxane water repellent for textile AB

 

1.  Physicochemical properties:

  • Ingredients: organosilicon compound

  • Appearance:  A:white emulsion B: semitransparency emulsion

  • Ion: anionic

  • PH: A:4-5 B:5-6  

2. Application of scope:

 

Various fibres such as cotton, Polyester, dacron, nylon.

 

3. Advantages:

  • Excellent water repellent ability

  • soft handle, elastic resilience, smoothness and gas permeability

  • no APEO, PFOA, PFOS

  • washable

4. Application methods:

 

1. A:15 g/l , B:15g/L, drying by 180-190°C for 1 minute to cotton,polyester,dacron.

 

2. A:10 g/l , B:10g/L, drying by 170°C for 2 minutes

practical dosage depends on trials.

 

5. Limited guarantee:

 

As the application conditions and methods of this product in practice are not controllable, we will not give any form of guarantee about the applicatablity, and not afford any occasional or attached lose, the only guarantee we give is that the product we provide is meet the Huancheng available specification

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