Supplier's Corner

Aerosil Fumed Silica Available as a Liquid

October 21, 2005

Degussa’s Aerosil fumed silica is now available in liquid form. Aerodisp water-based dispersions are produced locally at the company’s new dispersion plant in Mobile, AL.
With the Aerodisp product line, the company is able to supply a variety of fumed silica and metal oxide dispersions. The high purity and the special aggregate structure of the dispersed SiO2, Al2O3 and TiO2 particles make these dispersions ideal for many different applications.
Aerodisp dispersions are easy to handle and their consistent, high
quality makes them excellent to work with. Depending on the product, solid contents vary between 12% and 50% by weight, with narrow particle size distributions ranging from 50 to 300 nanometers. More info: Website: www.degussa.com.
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