Deuteron® OG 250 is a low-melting paraffin preparation suspended in water, featuring a polymeric protective colloid instead of an emulsifier. Initially designed as a temporary and removable protective coating within automotive applications, it is applied through a spray application of the pure product.

Chemical Family: Paraffin Waxes

End Uses: Waterborne Coating, Waterborne Ink

Features: Abrasion Resistance, Enhanced Surface Smoothness, Good Antiblocking Properties, Good Beading Effect, Slip Resistance

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Identification & Functionality

Chemical Family

Features & Benefits

Product Highlights
  • Deuteron® OG 250 is a low melting paraffin preparation in water and contains a polymeric protective colloid instead of an emulsifier. Initially developed as a temporary, removable protective coating in automotive applications (by applying the pure product by spray application)
  • Deuteron® OG 250 can also be used as an additive in a wide range of water-based coatings and inks.
  • Deuteron® OG 250 is an easy to use liquid that is suitable for the use in auto dosage units.

Applications & Uses

Application Method
Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
Coating Type
Ink & Toner Type
Use Level
1 - 5 %
Application and Dosage Information

Deuteron® OG 250 is suitable for a wide range of applications including:

  • Wood and joinery coatings
  • Overprint varnishes

The use of Deuteron® OG 250 especially improves performance in:

  • Slip reduction
  • Anti-Blocking
  • Water beading
  • Rub resistance


  • 1 - 5 % (calculated on the complete formulation) depending on binder, application and required properties.


  • Deuteron® OG 250 is easy to disperse and can be incorporated using a common high-speed stirrer. It is recommended to add Deuteron® OG 250 while stirring to avoid eventual agglomeration caused by concentration differences. Because of the low melting point it is not recommended to add Deuteron® OG 250 under high shear stress (i. e. during pigment grinding) as temperatures above 50 °C can lead to a significant agglomeration of molten wax particles.


Physical Form
White suspension
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Densityapprox. 1.01g/cm³-
Melting Point58.0°C-
Particle Sizeapprox. 2.5μm-
Solid Content20.0%-
Viscosityapprox. 800mPa.s-

Packaging & Availability

Regional Availability
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • USA
Packaging Information
  • Plastic barrel (25 kg net)

Storage & Handling

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