Aminox® Amine Antioxidants are a low-temperature reaction product of diphenylamine and acetone that effectively protects against heat, oxygen and flexing fatigue. They are easily dispersed, non-blooming, and has no effect on cure rates. An effective antioxidant in small amounts, it is an ideal choice for many rubber products.
Anox® Binary Blend Antioxidants is a family of binary synergistic blends that protect polymers during processing and long- term aging.
Anox® Hindered Phenolic Antioxidants are high molecular weight hindered phenolic antioxidants that provide low volatility and excellent resistance to extraction from polymer compounds.
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This single-component blocked polyurethane system cures with heat. It is stable at room temperature, easy to use (no mixing required), does not contain free isocyanates, MOCA or any other solvents. The 1 K system comes in a wide hardness range of 20 Shore A to 90 Shore A.
These cationic antistats compounded within coatings, treatments and plastics are used within a large array of polymers and coatings, as well as with nonwoven textiles.
Polybond® Polypropylene-Based Coupling Agents are coupling agents, compatibilizers and adhesion promoters for glass, mica, talc, wood, and natural fiber reinforced polypropylene giving enhanced physical and thermal properties.
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Used as an emulsifier in many food and personal care application, it can also be used to stabilize formulations, increase thickness or add lubricating properties.
Twinkling Star Antimony Trioxide (ATO) is a white, solid powder that is used as a fire retardant in conjunction with a halogen-based chemical to reduce a product’s flammability. It functions as a synergist thereby reducing the amount of halogen-based product required to achieve desired levels of flammability.
In rigid and plasticized PVC compounds, the addition of ATO will offer excellent flame retardant properties. In other resins that do not contain a halogen, a suitable chlorinated or brominated compound must be added to obtain the required flame retardant properties. It is most suitable for applications where high tint strength is acceptable.
|Twinkling Star Properties||Limit|
|Appearance||White crystalline powder|
|325 mesh sieve residue||0.05% Max|
|Particle size||0.90 - 1.60 µm|
|Specific gravity at 20°C||5.20 typical|
This lubricant can impart heat stability and avoid dust generation. Various grades can be used in everything from polystyrene to rubbers.