Genay – March 8, 2017
In line with the latest trends, Coatex, a world leader specialist of rheology, has designed the RheostylTM line, a range of rheology modifiers combining three key properties: suspension power, clarity and aesthetic flow.
RheostylTM 85 L, the lastly born grade dedicated to the low pH cleansing products, will be showcased in new concepts of formulas at In Cosmetics London.
RheostylTM 85 L is a cutting-edge technology to formulate crystal clear products with suspended beads and elegant flow at low pH. So far, the available technologies have forced the formulators to make concessions. With RheostylTM 85 L, the combination of the three must have properties, transparency, beads suspension and viscosity efficiency can be reached easily in standard surfactant chassis as well as in sulfate-free formulas of low pH cleansing products.
In addition, RheostylTM 85 L is globally approved and very easy to formulate with a single-step neutralization process allowing a reduction of the manufacturing time and cost.
Coatex Sales and Technical Assistance teams welcome you at In Cosmetics 2017 London, from April 4 to 6, 2017 at the Arkema booth #R 30 for technical discussions and exchanges.
Coatex designs and produces rheology additives for aqueous formulations and water-borne processes. With Innovation for Sustainable Development as a core strategy, Coatex is developing high performance additives to serve a wide variety of applications, such as Water-borne Paints & Coatings, Paper Coatings, Minerals Processing, Construction, Homecare and Water Treatment. With production sites in France, the Netherlands, USA, China, and a newly acquired site in Brazil, Coatex employs more than 400 people.
Coatex is a subsidiary of the ARKEMA group, France’s leading chemicals producer.
Coatex Press Fabienne DROUEL Tel: +33 4 72 08 20 42
For more information, please visit Coatex’s website: www.Coatex.com
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