The Applechem Difference
A good dispersion is more than a simple mixture. Our expertise in
polymer science and chemical engineering allow us to customize
the architecture of natural polymeric dispersants and in-situ coating
systems. This creates more control over the density and distribution
of zinc oxide aggregates as well as the dispersion stability profile.
In other words, we can develop more concentrated, stable products
that resolve traditional formulation issues linked to poor dispersions.
(A) Conventional Zinc Oxide Dispersion
The typical zinc oxide dispersion features low active content and poor
stability, leading to formulators constantly battling settlement issues
along with inconsistent SPF results. Lack of uniformity in aggregate
size combined with uneven agglomerations leads to negative sensory,
poor transparency, and difficulty remixing back into a homogenous
(B) S-Block DZ 100 PDCC
S-Block dispersions are engineered to be extremely stable compounds,
with no separation or synerisis developing over time. Zinc oxide
aggregates are more uniform and evenly distributed, improving
sensory, transparency, and SPF consistency.