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Does your production facility suffer from offensive odour? Let micronutrients put an end to the odour problems.
Friday, October 14th, 2016 | Environmental / Water

Where? Landfills, wastewater plants, transfer stations, food waste receptacles, garbage trucks, yard waste and food waste composting operations, sewer systems, and pumping stations. If you are faced with the challenge of treating, separating and disposing of biosolids, you are aware that often a significant portion of operating costs is related to preventing offensive […]

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For the efficient development of opacity, there is no real alternative to TiO2
Tuesday, October 11th, 2016 | Industrial / Mining

Titanium Dioxide is the most important white pigment used in coatings and construction.  Although it is most often considered an effective white pigment, its greatest benefit is providing opacity. Titanium Dioxide provides opacity by scattering the visible light, by bending the light before it reaches the substrate.  For the efficient development of opacity, […]

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Monday, October 3rd, 2016 | Industrial / Mining

To better understand the difference between oils, we should first understand what their commonalities are. Paraffinic, Naphthenic, Hydrotreated and Synthetic Oils are used as a base oil in the formulation of automotive fluids. Base Oils typically make up 70% to 99% of a lubricant’s formulation and are refined by various methods, mostly from […]

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What is a Coupling Agent and how do you pick the right one for your formulation?
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016 | Industrial / Mining

What is a Coupling Agent? A coupling agent is a compound that helps the dissolution and dispersion of organic solvents into water-based formulations. Due to the growing demand for more environmentally friendly cleaning products, many formulators are moving away from traditional VOC compound coupling agents like propylene glycol, diethylene glycol and glycol ethers. […]

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