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  • Formulating with Associative Rheology Modifiers
    The addition of a rheology modifier to provide necessary processing and performance characteristics is typical of many formulations. Commonly referred to as thickeners, or viscosifiers, these additives have more influence on a system then simply altering the thickness, or viscosity, of the compound
  • New Technological Advances in Rheology Modifiers
    Alco Chemical has developed a new line of acid activated rheology modifiers for use in thickening latex and pigment containing aqueous and water-borne formulations at a pH less than 6.5. The acid activated rheology modifiers are commonly used in lower pH adhesive, caulk, coating, construction
  • Melt Flow Rheology Testing for Polyolefins
    Melt Rheology Testing provides a quick, efficient, accurate, and cost effective means for detecting potential problems in the processing of polyolefin resins, co-polymers, blends, and rheology modifiers. Plastic melt rheology eliminates the need for time consuming melt tension measurements
  • A Guide to Understanding and Mixing Thickeners
    Rheology modifiers, commonly referred to as thickeners or viscosifiers, are everpresent in most products. The use of these additives cut across several process industries including food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and personal care, adhesives, textile, ceramics, paper, detergents, paints, inks
  • Dispersion of Fumed Silica
    Fumed Silica (also called colloidal silica) is a fluffy white powder with an extremely low density, marketed under trade names such as Aerosil (R) and Cab-o-sil (R)*. With both hydrophobic and hydrophillic grades available, it is widely used as a rheology modifier, imparting highly thixotropic
  • Manufacture of Toothpaste
    and ingredients used. A typical process could be described as follows: * The liquid base is prepared first - water, sorbitol/glycerin and other liquid ingredients. * Rheology modifiers may be pre-mixed with a non-aqueous liquid ingredient such as glycerin or the flavoring oil, or dry blended with other

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