Silicone surfactant: PASS(Super spreader) (CAS NO: 67674-67-3)

Other names: Polyether Modified Trisiloxane, Agricultural Organic Silicone Additives  

Appearance: Colorless to light amber liquid
Surface tension: 20.0-22.0mN/m (0.1% aqueous solution)       

Product Usage:
As a tank mix adjuvant
Dosage: 0.025%-0.1% of the spraying solution, based on the agrochemicals used with, generally 5 ml PASS per 15 liters spray solution is suggested.
PASS is suggested to be used in soluble liquid, or oil based formulations. Better use the preparation within 24 hours and within a pH range 5-8.
As an additive in formulation
Dosage: 1%-10% based on the total formulation.
Do compatibility tests before large-scale usage.
Buffer the formulation pH range 6-8 to get optimum performance as organosilicone surfactants subject to hydrolysis under acidic or basic conditions.

Packing: 1L, 2.5L, 5L, 20L, 200L plastic drum, IBC drum.

Other application for PASS: PASS also can be used as wetting and leveling agent for leather, Contact with us for more details about this application for PASS. Tel: 0086 21 3812 2007 Email:

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