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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: The volumetric properties of the mixed surfactants bis 2-ethylhexyl sodium sulfosuccinate and ethoxylated-2,5,8,tetramethyldodecyne-5,8-diol Dynol at various compositions in isooctane have been studied by density measurements at The apparent specific volumes and the critical reverse micelle concentrations of the binary mixed surfactants were determined.

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DYNOL The product offers an excellent balance of properties, generally not found in fluoro or silicone surfactants, making it an alternative for difficult-to-wet-substrates requiring good flow and leveling. This wetting agent has the ability to reduce both equilibrium and dynamic surface tension to a degree not found with other surfactants. This new product was designed to provide a unique balance of properties, providing superior performance for a wide range of waterborne industrial applications compared with the traditional surfactants such as fluorosurfactants and silicones. Based on Gemini technology, Dynol surfactant has the ability to reduce both equilibrium and dynamic surface tension to levels not achieved with other surfactants.

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Dynol superwetters are surfactants with structures that allow them to efficiently adsorb and pack at interfaces, resulting in extremely low equilibrium surface tensions, fast wetting times and low contact angles on low surface energy substrates like wood, plastic, and oil-contaminated metal. The organic superwetters are excellent alternatives to silicone or fluorosurfactants, and provide extremely fast wetting rates with little or no tendency to foam. Helps enable low VOC coatings customers to meet environmental regulations in a variety of demanding waterborne applications. With no added solvents or APEs, this organic chemistry makes it a performance alternative to silicone and fluorosurfactants. Dynol surfactant is based on patented ethoxylated, acetylenic diol surface active chemistry. Provides excellent flow and leveling, excellent recoatability, and extremely low dynamic and equilibrium surface tension with low foam in a variety of demanding waterborne applications. It demonstrates lower foam and dynamic surface tension values compared to Dynol

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