Rheology modifiers from BASF effectively reduce dripping and spattering of paints during roller or brush application. Sag resistance is improved by a rapid but controlled viscosity increase after application. They also reliably prevent sedimentation of pigments during transport and storage of the paints.
What type of product will help with the atomization of liquid paint droplets for superior spray application performance?
How does one minimize brush and roller patterns in a coating using rheology modifiers?
The best way to prevent sedimentation and syneresis development is by...
What is the best method for building the viscosity of a coating?
What options are available when selecting a rheology modifier that doesn't require neutralization?
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B Rheology modifiers
C Titanium dioxide
A Not possible
B Pseudoplastic thickener
C Low shear builder
D Newtonian rheology modifier
A Adding attapulgite
B Maintaining a high KU
C Keeping surfactants to a minimum
D Reducing the shelf life on the paint label
A Increase the solids
B Remove water
C Apply heat
D Use rheology modifiers
D All of the above