Anti-Sag Agent

Definition - What does Anti-Sag Agent mean?

An anti-sag agent is a chemical substance that is added to a surface or mixed with a coating to prevent weakening of the coat due to gravity. The weakening due to gravitational forces is known as sagging.

Corrosionpedia explains Anti-Sag Agent

Anti-sag agents are particularly useful for those applications that use dense coating paints because they are more affected by gravity. Anti-sag agents help prolong the coating's lifetime during and after application by preventing the coating from falling away from the corrosion prone surface to be protected.

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