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Raw materials

Overview

Castor oil

  • Standoil
  • Polymerised
  • Dehydrated
  • Hydrogenated

Linseed oil

  • Standoil
  • Boiled
  • Dubbel Boiled
  • Alkali refined
  • Oxydised
  • Emulsifiable

Rapeseed oil

  • Standoil
  • Alkali refined
  • Oxydised
  • Emulsifiable

Safflower oil

  • Standoil

Tung oil

  • Standoil

Soybean oil

  • Standoil
  • Alkali refined
  • Oxydised
  • Emulsifiable
  • Lecithin

Dryers

  • Barium
  • Calcium
  • Cobalt
  • Cobalt neodececanoate
  • Copper
  • Manganese
  • Potassium
  • Strontium
  • Zinc
  • Zirconium
  • Various mix dryers
  • Cobalt alternatives

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Natural oils

Castor oil

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Linseed oil


Type: Linseed standoil is a polymerised and refined linseed oil.
Characteristics: Linseed standoil is like all other linseed oils a yellowing oil. This is caused by the high percentage of unsaturated compounds in linseed oil. Linseed standoil can be brought to any viscosity you wish for. Special viscosities can be produced on demand.
Application: Linseed standoil can be mixed with alkyd resin in order to get more elastic and better glossy paints. It is very suitable for “greasing” coloured paint systems. It is also often used as an addition to the production of butyl cements and as an oil component for staining systems.
Processing: Adding as needed to your extant recipes.


Type: Pale boiled linseed oil is a processed pure raw linseed oil. The oil is slightly oxidised and polymerised during the processing and therefore quick drying.
Characteristics: Pale boiled linseed oil is clear and brown/yellow of colour. Pale boiled linseed oil is a very fast drying oil.
Application: Because of the drying characteristics, excellently suitable for manufacturing paint and/or cement or for “greasing” of stain. The pale boiled linseed oil is pre-eminently suitable as a wood preservative and as an agent to protect iron from rust. For the latter mentioned application it is even recommendable to treat metal that is already somewhat rusty.
Processing: Adding as needed to your extant recipes. If it is used as a wood preservative or antirust-agent to be applied lavishly with a brush.


Type: Double boiled linseed oil is a processed pure raw linseed oil. The oil is slightly oxidised and polymerised during the processing and therefore quick drying.
Characteristics: Double boiled linseed oil is clear and brown/yellow of colour. Double boiled linseed oil is a very fast drying oil.
Application: Because of the drying characteristics, excellently suitable for manufacturing paint and/or cement or for “greasing” of stain. The double boiled linseed oil is pre-eminently suitable as a wood preservative and as an agent to protect iron from rust. For the latter mentioned application it is even recommendable to treat metal that is already somewhat rusty.
Processing: Adding as needed to your extant recipes. If it is used as a wood preservative or antirust-agent to be applied lavishly with a brush.


Type: Alkali refined linseed oil is made by mixing raw linseed oil with the natural product bleaching clay and then heating them. Bleaching clay is a fossile kaoline clay (montmorillonnite) which structure is very porous, by which mucilage and colouring matters are absorbed from the raw linseed oil into the bleaching clay. The linseed oil/ bleaching clay is filtered and a fine clear linseed oil is left, which has a very bright colour.
Characteristics: Alkali refined linseed oil has a tendency to yellow in white and pastel-coloured paints. This is caused by a high value of unsaturated compounds in linseed oil.
Application: The high purity of alkali refined linseed oil makes it a very much wanted product by artists and also a highly valued raw material for the manufacturing of alkyd resin. It is also used in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
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Rapeseed oil


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Soybean oil


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Other oils


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Miscellaneous


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Dryers – Single metals


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Type: A surface-drier for oxidative drying binding agents, based on 2-ethyl caproic acid and thus an “octoate”, dissolved in white spirit high flash.
Characteristics: Cobalt is the most active drier, it top-dries the film rapidly. This cobalt compound is brightly purple coloured. If necessary we can also produce a cobalt-drier and dilute it with other solvents as xylene or for instance in a softening agent as DOP.
Application: Cobalt can be used very well as a drying agent on its own, but mostly combinations with lead, manganese and calcium are usual. Further more cobalt is often combined with zirconium in lacquers, which may definitely not contain any traces of lead.
Processing: Dosage in a drying paint binding agent: 0,03 – 0,06% Co per solid binder. This can be reached by adding 100 kg solid binder to 0,5 – 1,0 kg cobalt 6% Co.


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Type: A drier for oxidative drying binding agents, dissolved in a high flash white spirit.
Characteristics: Besides cobalt and lead the most active drier. Manganese tends to promote the thorough drying throughout the entire film, as well as the top drying of the film. The drying characteristics lie between that of cobalt and lead.
Application: Is especially used in combination with cobalt and lead in coloured paint systems. Light paint systems can easily colour yellow due to the brownish colour of manganese.
Processing: 0,03 – 0,06% Mn per solid binder.


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Various mix dryers

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