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.
Trimene® Rubber Accelerators are high-temperature accellerators with medium to long curing range and a low critical curing rate. They are ideal to stiffen uncured rubber mixtures which prevent sagging during air cure. They are effective heat sensitizers and film tougheners in various rubbers as well.
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|