Additives for industrial coatings

Dynoadd surface-active additives are widely used to improve appearance and application properties of a wide range of general industrial coatings. Applications include coatings for plastics, automotive components, glass, ACE and transportation.

Coating of industrially manufactured goods is an essential process which contributes to protect, enhance appearance and increase the value of everything from earth moving equipment to perfume bottles.


Dynoadd additives provide flow and levelling, anti-crater, foam control and texture properties for a wide range of solvent borne, water borne and radcure formulations.
Our starting recommendations are:

 

Thick film applications

Dynoadd F-470 eliminates air entrapment, pinholes and surface foam. It is particularly suited for thick films like floor coatings, castings and moulding based on 2K epoxies, unsaturated PE and PUs. Dynoadd F-470 does not reduce transparency and is recommended for clear coats.

 

Plastic, ACE and transportation:

Dynoadd F-100 is the ideal flow and levelling additive for use in high solids 2-pack polyurethane formulations.

NEW PRODUCT: Dynoadd F-701Beliminates foam, enhances flow.

NEW PRODUCT: Dynoadd F-800 Boosts inter-coat adhesion.

 

Metal furniture:

Dynoadd F-404 is a flow and slip additive especially useful for forced-dry conventional and 2-component systems.

NEW PRODUCT: Dynoadd F-701Beliminates foam, enhances flow.

NEW PRODUCT: Dynoadd F-800 Boosts inter-coat adhesion.

NEW PRODUCT: Dynoadd P-560 Create exciting new textures.

 

Glass, ACE and transportation:

Dynoadd F-601 is used in water-borne clear coats, providing a combination of flow and levelling and clarity.

UV-curing for plastic and metal:

Dynoadd F-101 is a levelling and film defect prevention additive for UV-curing formulations.

Dynoadd F-706 non-silicone is an anti-foam additive for UV-curing.

 

Dynoadd P-series gives complete control of surface texture, feel, and gloss. Our particles can be used in all applications on all types of substrates and in all formulations.