ASP®

Hydrous Kaolin

BASF’s ASP® range of hydrous kaolin is comprised of a range of options for extending titanium dioxide and other pigments in both aqueous and non-aqueous systems. ASP® is a versatile product offering that can be used in coatings, inks, rubber, plastics, adhesives and sealants.

Most grades have a high brightness and there are solutions for high gloss and semi-gloss coating...    Read more  

BASF’s ASP® range of hydrous kaolin is comprised of a range of options for extending titanium dioxide and other pigments in both aqueous and non-aqueous systems. ASP® is a versatile product offering that can be used in coatings, inks, rubber, plastics, adhesives and sealants.

Most grades have a high brightness and there are solutions for high gloss and semi-gloss coatings. Pulverization ensures a narrow particle size distribution with a very fine average. Certain products are pre-treated with dispersants making dispersion easy. Spray dried grades allow easy handling and low dusting.



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Features


    • Different particle size grades, morphologies and brightness' available.

    • Pulverized and spray dried forms.

    • Options for aqueous, non-aqueous or both.

    • Grades available with dispersant pre-treatment.

    • Neutral of acidic pH.

Benefits


    • Efficient extension of titanium dioxide and other colour pigments.

    • High brightness.

    • Gloss or semi-gloss options available due to particle size distribution.

    • Low dusting and easy to handle.

    • Easy to disperse due to narrow particle size distribution and dispersant treatment.

Typical Applications


    • Paints and coatings (aqueous and non-aqueous).

    • Graphic arts.

    • Thermosets (GRP, SMC, BMC, pultrusion).

    • Rubbers.

    • Adhesives and sealants.

Featured grades with technical datasheets

A brief overview of the key grades is given below. You will find the Technical Datasheets (TDS) available for download. If you are looking for a Safety Datasheet (SDS) or Product Safety Information (PSI) then please get in touch by phone or via the contact buttons at the top of the page.

Should you not find what you are looking for here then please note that we have further grades available besides these. One of our Technical Sales team will be happy to help. All of the sales team are technically qualified and will be able to advise you on which product to choose. You can either call us, email us or fill in a quick form at the top of the page to get us to call you (Request a Callback). A sample can be requested via the button at the top of the page as well. Please note that by providing us with your contact details, you are agreeing for us to potentially contact you.






Related brochures & technical literature

You will find some of the key product brochures available for download below. There are more brochures available upon request. If you would like to discuss your enquiry further then please get in contact by phone or by filling in the "Request a Callback" form at the top of the page. Someone from the technical sales team will then call you within 24 hours, to discuss your project further.

Hydrous Kaolin Overview Table

An overview reference sheet detailing the key product parameters of the hydrous kaolin products from BASF.

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High Gloss Kaolins ASP® G90 & G92

ASP® G90 and ASP® G92 are two of the flagship products in the hydrous kaolin product line. Both offer highly efficient titanium dioxide replacement, excellent gloss and high brightness. This brochure looks at their use in a few different coatings formulations.

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Titanium Dioxide Extension in Industrial Coatings

Hydrous kaolins are widely used for extending titanium dioxide in high performance industrial coatings. This brochure presents some starting point formulations for different resin types, outlines some of the key grades and why the formulation benefits from their use.

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