Levaco are experts in the development, production and use of additives for speciality chemicals, paints, inks and coatings
Levaco’s product portfolio includes speciality products such as dispersants, emulsifiers, wetting agents and anti-foaming agents made at their production site in Leverkusen. As a former member of the Bayer Group, Levaco have more than 50 years of experience in the fields of paper auxiliaries, agrochemicals and specialities based on alkoxylation reactions.
Where can these additives be used?
Their products are used in agricultural chemicals, paints, coatings, and additionally, in speciality chemicals for major chemical companies on a contractual basis. Levaco can assist you with any projects by developing speciality products in their process analysis laboratory, providing advice and practical support.
Product trade names and descriptions
The below descriptions provide a general insight into our product range on offer from Levaco.
There are a few exceptions where unique products don’t conform to the standard nomenclature, for accurate product information, please search for corresponding technical data sheets via our product finder
Speciality chemicals that can be used as rheological modifiers, wetting agents, emulsifiers and plasticizers
Emulsifiers, dispersing and wetting agents
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A leading manufacturer of dispersants, emulsifiers, wetting agents and anti-foaming agents
Wide selection of non-ionic and anionic wetting and dispersing agents for use in aqueous, universal and solvent-based systems
Experienced team with in-depth knowledge of the development, production, and use of these products.
Specialists in ethoxylation, condensation, phosphating, polymerization and quaternization