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What would be paint without any correct substrate wetting? When is it easy to explain that paint could flow properly and wet the substrate? The real case application of this concept is sometimes complex, especially in waterborne coatings. Trim your difficulties!

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The global wetting agent for printing inks is a surfactant that reduces the surface tension of the ink. It helps to improve printability and penetration into paper, which allows better transfer onto various substrates such as fabric and plastic.
Wetting agents are surfactant additives that promote the even distribution of ink on paper surfaces. They can be used in both water-based and oil-based printing inks, primarily to…

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Bring out the best in your paint We offer a selection of high performing wetting agents that will bring out the most in your paint. Paints and coatings are complex formulations with multiple components. It is crucial to have a good wetting agent that allows all the ingoing components to mix well with each other to add quality and stability to the formulation…

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The key difference between wetting agent and surfactant is that wetting agents can reduce the surface tension, allowing the liquid to spread drops to a surface, whereas surfactants can lower the surface tension between two substances. 

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