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Silicone surfactant: PASS-PH(Super spreader as in-can formulation additive) (CAS NO: )

PASS-PH is a new type silicone surfactant that overcomes the hydrolysis problem of general silicone surfactants, while keeping the spreading and penetrating ability. Thus it is designed for the application in formulation process. It is quite workable when the system pH range is 3-10, compared to normal silicone surfactant 5-8.

Outstanding merits:
1) Low surface tension leading to enlarging droplet coverage
2) Improve the spraying solution penetration thus enhance the efficacy and rainfastness

Appearance: Colorless to light amber liquid
Surface tension: ≤ 23.0mN/m (0.1% aqueous solution)

Product Usage
As an additive in formulation
Dosage: 1%-10% based on the total formulation.
Do compatibility tests before large-scale usage.
PASS-PH is more suggested to be used in SC, EC formulation. When it is used in the preparation of SC formulation, added directly after grinding.

Packing: 200L plastic drum, IBC drum.

Sample of PASS-PH:

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