SUPERSLIP 6515 and 6520 are finely micronized to a NPIRI grind of 2.0-3.0 for ease of dispersion. A finer version SUPERSLIP 6515XF is available with a NPIRI grind of 2.0 maximum.
SUPERSLIP 6515 and 6520 were developed to meet the needs of the formulator requiring excellent lubricity properties. SUPERSLIP 6515 and 6520 will impart excellent "feel" when incorporated into wood or plastic coatings while maintaining excellent blocking and abrasion resistance. SUPERSLIP 6515 and 6520 will exhibit excellent solvent resistance and will not effect drying rates of air dry systems. Unlike other wax additives for wood finishes, SUPERSLIP 6515 and 6520 can be easily incorporated using dispersion equipment without the need for grinding.
Kerry Pianoforte, Editor ||February 24, 2015 Corrosion control is especially important when dealing with high value substrates such as offshore oil rigs and other industrial structures meant to withstand harsh environments.
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