is the ratio of the standard deviation of analysts' forecasts to the stock price.
Other TEGO Dispers
wetting and dispersing additives can be used in combination to promote the performance of TEGO Dispers
685 is especially suitable for some organic pigments, such as yellow, red and blue and produces outstanding development of color strength, improved rheology, lower yield point and strong reduction of mill base viscosity allowing for high pigment loading.
681UV exhibits high pigment loading with improved flow and transparency in critical organic pigments, particularly yellows and reds.
Its excellent stabilization of all pigments and fillers, as well as its broad compatibility with all common binders, makes TEGO Dispers
678 the dispersant of choice for solventborne co-grinding systems.
757 W is for premium pigment concentrates used in all waterborne industrial coatings but particularly where durability and corrosion protection are paramount.
Previously, the portfolio of Glunz, the German subsidiary of the Portuguese Sonae Ind E[bar] stria Group with its headquarters in Meppen, Lower Saxony, consisted of black (Dispers
black 0077) and grey (Dispers
Evonik markets the dispersants as additives under the name TEGOA Dispers
. Because of their viscosity-lowering effect, the products permit economical production of paints and pigment concentrates by maximizing the pigment concentration during dispersion.
680 UV and Dispers
681 UV are designed for radiation-cured flexo, offset and screen inks as well as industrial coatings.
670 is a high performance wetting and dispersing additive for solventborne and high solids applications.
670, a low viscosity liquid is a 40% active, high molecular weight polymer that is added to the grind before dispersion.
Used to prepare aqueous concentrates of transparent iron oxides and transparent Ti[O.sub.2] pigments, Dispers
752W enables high pigment loading while maintaining excellent rheology, according to the company.