Deuteron® WD TF is a unique product composed of polyolefins, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) waxes, and polyethylene waxes. It stands out with labeling claims of being additive-free, ensuring a clean composition. Available in dispersion form, Deuteron® WD TF presents itself as a white suspension, making it easy to incorporate into various formulations. This product is a valuable option for those seeking a versatile and additive-free solution for their applications.

Chemical Family: Polyethylene Waxes, Polyolefins, Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Waxes, Waxes

Labeling Claims: Additive-free

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Identification & Functionality


Features & Benefits

Labeling Claims

Applications & Uses

Use Level
0.5 - 6.0 %

Deuteron® WD TF is suitable for a wide range of applications including

  • Wood and joinery coatings
  • Flexographic inks
  • Overprint varnishes
  • Metal coatings

The use of Deuteron® WD TF especially improves performance in

  • COF (coefficient of friction) reduction
  • Mar and abrasion resistance
  • Anti-blocking performance
  • Metal marking resistance

0.5 - 6.0 % (calculated on the complete formulation) depending on binder, application and required properties.

Processing Information

Deuteron® WD TF is easy to disperse and can be incorporated using a common high-speed stirrer. It is recommended to add Deuteron® WD TF while stirring to avoid eventual agglomeration caused by concentration differences.


Physical Form
White suspension
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Densityapprox. 1.03g/cm³-
Melting Point101.0°C-
Active Content50.0%-
Viscosityapprox. 2000mPa.s-
Particle Size (dv 50)5.5μm-
Particle Size (dv 90)10μm-

Packaging & Availability

Regional Availability
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • USA
Packaging Information

Plastic barrel (30 kg net)

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
12 months
Storage Conditions

12 months at room temperature and dry conditions. Storage temperature should not exceed 35°C.