Grace’s matting agents enhances performance in architectural paint
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Grace’s matting agents enhances performance in architectural paint

11:47 AM, 8th December 2015
Grace’s matting agents enhances performance in architectural paint

COLUMBIA, US: W R Grace & Co said that it is launching its Syloid A matting agents for the architectural market to meet consumer demand for high-performance, low-gloss paints.

This is the company’s first product designed specifically for the architectural coatings industry.

Grace designed the Syloid A series to provide paint formulators with more efficient matting agents that deliver improved performance in premium interior flat paints. These enhancements include exceptional stain resistance, a noticeably smoother finish, improved hiding characteristics, and superior burnishing resistance.

The performance attributes of Syloid A have been verified by Marschall Labs, an independent paint consulting and testing laboratory.

“Grace continues to expand our expertise in silica technology to provide novel products which offer superior value to the coatings market. The Syloid A series will help customers differentiate their products with enhanced performance,” said Jim Bowler, coatings global marketing manager, Grace.

Also Syloid A is supported by a global team of experienced technical support and sales professionals to ensure complete customer satisfaction, it said.

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