Epolene® N-15 Polymer

Epolene® N-15 is a polypropylene wax that is used as a pigment dispersant in color masterbatch and toner compounds.
Product Overview
Epolene® N-15 is a low molecular weight polypropylene polymer used in color concentrates. It's excellent compatibility with plastic grade polypropylene allows for improved pigment dispersing properties in polypropylene fiber applications. Epolene® N-15 is also used in coatings and inks to improve blocking and scuff resistance. In hot melt adhesives it serves as a base resin or a modifying resin with good adhesion to fibrous surfaces.
Product Specifications
Polymer Type: PP
Mettler Softening Point: 163C
Penetration Hardness: <1 dmm
Viscosity, Brookfield @125C (257F): Solid at this temp
@190C (374F): 700cP
Molecular Weight: 12,000
Primary Chemistry: Polypropylene
Features & Benefits
Improved blocking, scuff and abrasion resistance in paraffin wax blends
Low molecular weight PP homopolymer
Problems Solved
Incompatibility of pigments with polypropylene masterbatch.
Poor pigment dispersion in polypropylene fiber applications.
Building and construction, hot melt adhesives, solvent based adhesives, wax modification, packaging; Color masterbatch; Plastics processing