Epolene® N-14 Polymer

Epolene® N-14 is a polyethylene wax that is commonly used as a mold release additive and lubricant in rubber processing.
Product Overview
Epolene® N-14 is a low molecular weight polyethylene polymer that is used as a mold release additive in rubber applications and improves the gloss of paper and coatings. Epolene® N-14 has a low coefficient of friction and improves the scuff resistance of paper coatings and printing inks when incorporated into the formulation. It can also be easily melt blended with other natural or synthetic waxes to increase tensile strength, abrasion resistance, and adhesion of the wax blend.
Product Specifications
Polymer Type: PE
Mettler Softening Point: 108C
Penetration Hardness: 3 dmm
Viscosity, Brookfield @125C ( 257F): 150 cP
Molecular Weight: 4000
Primary Chemistry: Polyethylene
Features & Benefits
Pigment dispersion aid
Easy blend with natural and synthetic waxes
Low density polyethylene
Increases scuff and rub resistance in inks
Improved physical properties in paper coatings
Problems Solved
Difficulty blending additives with natural and synthetic wax.
Ink rubs off when scuffed.
Paper coating is not glossy enough.
Hot melt adhesives; Solvent based adhesives; Wax modification; Printing inks; Building and construction; Packaging; Paper Coatings; Rubber processing