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  • (plasticizers) plasticizers - 911p

    (PLASTICIZERS) Plasticizers - 911P

    plasticizers: 911p 911 is a primary plasticizer resulting from the esterification of phthalic anhydride and linear alcohols of 9-11 Coals. Our plasticizer 911P is a mixture of esters with linear chains of 9 to 11 carbons in all combinations.

  • reg - plasticizer

    reg - Plasticizer

    911P is a primary plasticizer for polyvinyl chloride and copolymer resins. It physical properties for heat aging vinyl applications.

  • plasticizer


    A plasticizer (UK: plasticiser) is a substance that is added to a material to make it softer and more flexible, to increase its plasticity, to decrease its viscosity, or to decrease friction during its handling in manufacture.

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    Plasticizers also prevent heat build-up and consequent discoloration and molecular weight decrease during processing steps, such as production and packaging. Furthermore, plasticizers add impact resistance to the polymer (US2002123546 A1, 2002, ECOPOL LLC; CARGILL DOW POLYMERS LLC; WO9406866 A1, 1994, BIOPAK TECHNOLOGY LTD).

  • plasticizers in rubbers and plastics | rubber chemistry

    Plasticizers in Rubbers and Plastics | Rubber Chemistry

    Up to the advent of synthetic high polymers, plasticizer technology was little understood, Plasticizers had been used mainly with cellulose derivatives, which are not at all good materials for the study of plasticizer action. The chemical processing they undergo, e.g., nitration, acetylation, etc., leads to variations on account of irregular

  • plasticizers


    dry liquid formulation of triacetine (50 %) on silica (50 %) used in rubber applications as polar synthetic plasticizer to improve processing and dispersion of fillers Vulkanol® RC 200 Available in

  • effect of graphite and common rubber plasticizers

    Effect of graphite and common rubber plasticizers

    Ceramization process has been widely described in the literature. This process involves the creation of a stiff, durable and porous ceramic structure during the heat treatment of highly filled polymer composites [4–8]. The best-known type of a polymer used to create ceramizable composites is silicone rubber [9–12]. When silicone rubber

  • rubber - protective chemicals

    Rubber - Protective chemicals

    Rubber - Rubber - Protective chemicals: Certain additives confer resistance to heat, sunlight, oxygen, and ozone. Amines, particularly paraphenylene diamines, are powerful retarders of oxidation, or antioxidants. Added to rubber compounds in small amounts (1–2 percent), they appear to disrupt the free-radical oxidation reactions that lead either to molecular rupture and softening or to

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    Created by our team of chemists for specific applications, our original additives have become the leading go-to solutions to aid in the processing of Rubber, Plastics, PVC and WPC compounds. The expansion of our product line over the years is, in many regards, owed to our customers.

  • release agent

    Release agent

    A release agent (also mold release agent, release coating, or mold release coating) is a chemical used to prevent other materials from bonding to surfaces. It can provide a solution in processes involving mold release, die-cast release, plastic release, adhesive release, and tire and web release.

  • styrene-butadiene (sbr) rubber: uses, structure & material

    Styrene-Butadiene (SBR) Rubber: Uses, Structure & Material

    It is a process to obtain cross-linking of elastomer molecules to make rubber stiffer and stronger as well as retains extensibility at the same time. All types of SBR are vulcanized using the same vulcanization agents as for natural rubber. Styrene-butadiene rubber can be vulcanized using sulfur, sulfur donor systems and peroxides. Sulfur is

  • product overview -

    Product Overview -

    A silicone free anti-tack agent (liquid, water soluble, mandrel release) and external lubricant for rubber processing. It has been especially designed for EPDM hoses, both peroxide and sulfur cross-linked, but can also be used successfully as a lubricant for cured rubber articles. It is biodegradable.

  • introduction to rubber processing and safety issues

    Introduction to rubber processing and safety issues

    Introduction to rubber processing and safety issues This section provides details of the mechanical processes involved in the production of various types of rubber goods. Details are included of the various safety and fire and explosion hazards but there are only brief references made to the health risks. For information on health risks see