Silicone paint additives have very low surface tension. This property makes them very effective when added in small amounts to paints. Silicone paint additives are highly effective for surface modification, and for preventing various paint film flaws.
Silicone paint additives function to lower the friction coefficient of the paint film surface, making it slicker.
Silicone paint additives are used to create hammertone finishes by the formation of cells due to a convection effect in the paint film.
Silicone is dispersed in the interior and surface of the paint film, thus preventing the convection effect during paint drying.
Dimethyl silicone fluid contains various functional groups that react with paint resins, thus improving durability and compatibility with paints and providing an antiblocking effect.
Silicone paint additives function to break down foam in paints.
The molecules contain functional groups which bond with metals and inorganic matter, and contain functional groups which bond with the paint vehicle. This improves the adhesiveness of the paint film and improves its resistance to salt water.
|Reduce friction coefficient||KP-301||Good compatibility and recoating properties|
|KP-306||Product formulated as a measure against platinum catalyst poisoning|
|Form hammertone finishes||KP-310||General purpose|
|Improve leveling||KP-323||Good anti-mottling and antiblocking effect|
|KP-341||Good anti-mottling effect and prevents orange peel, Good recoating properties|
|KP-104||Especially suitable for water solution paints|
|KP-110||Especially suitable for water emulsion paints|
|KP-112||Good anti-motting effect and prevents orange peel, Suitable for solvent-based and UV paints|
|Prevent blocking of plywood||KP-368||Good slickness|
|KP-369||Product formulated as a measure against platinum catalyst poisoning|
|Defoaming||KP-650||For water-based paints, Good recoating properties|
|KP-651||For solvent-based paints, Good defoaming properties, Can also be used as a defoamer|
moisture resistance, and
salt water resistance
|KP-390||Contains amino groups|
|KP-391||Contains mercapto groups|
|KP-392||Contains epoxy groups|