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DURAZONE® 37, the non-migrating and non-blooming solution for tire, automotive and rubber applications - DURAZONE® 37 antiozonant, the non-migrating and non-blooming solution for tire, automotive and rubber applications (May 17, 2011) - Solution Case Study

DURAZONE® 37 Antiozonant Is A Non-blooming And Non-staining Antioxidant Solution Case Study Tweet More DURAZONE ® 37, the non-migrating and non-blooming solution for tire, automotive and rubber applications Additives : Antiozonant Polymer : Natural rubber (NR);... DURAZONE® 37, the non-migrating and non-blooming

A non blooming curing system for EPDM used in car profiles - A non blooming curing system for EPDM used in car profiles (Jan 01, 2008) - Solution Case Study

A non blooming curing system for EPDM used in car profiles Solution Case Study Tweet More A non blooming curing system for EPDM used in car profiles   Markets : Automotive Polymer : EPDM... A non blooming curing system for EPDM used in car profiles - A non blooming

Why is WESTON® 705 phosphite able to overcome the blooming issue in LLDPE film and thermoplastic elastomer film / sheet applications? - Why is WESTON® 705 phosphite able to overcome the blooming issue in LLDPE film and thermoplastic elastomer film / sheet applications? (May 17, 2011) - Solution Case Study

in blooming or migration of the insoluble additive onto the polymer surface, impairing properties such as gloss, adhesion and printability. Example 1: A polymer producer had been producing a LLDPE stretch film grade based on a phenolic antioxidant and ALKANOX ® 240 phosphite for many years. From time... deposit on the rolled film, identified the problem as ALKANOX ® 240 phosphite due to its low solubility and compatibility in the polymer

Cause of Fire-retardant Blooming in HIPS (Sep 26, 2011) - R&D Highlight

Cause of Fire-retardant Blooming in HIPS... Cause of Fire-retardant Blooming in HIPS - R&D Highlights Sort By: Read more... Special Featured R&D Highlights     1 1 Tweet More Cause of Fire-retardant Blooming in HIPS Duane Priddy Sr. - Sep 26, 2011 Technical Paper - Blooming... of fire retardant additives in Ignition Resistant Polystyrne (IRPS) is a problem and greatly affects the surface quality of molded parts using for electronics such as TV cabinents. The blooming

DBL (Apr 18, 2014) - TDS Abstract

DBL by Kolon Industries - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet DBL Supplier: Kolon Industries Product performance: Good lubricity, preventing blooming and plate-out. Product type: Heat Stabilizers >> Other Mixed Metals / Metal Soaps Chemical composition:   Dibasic lead stearate

Deovulc EG 3 (Jan 02, 2012) - TDS Abstract

Deovulc EG 3 by King Industries - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Deovulc EG 3 Supplier: King Industries Product performance: Synergistic blend of highly active accelerators requiring a medium cure rate and an average compression set with non-staining as well as non-blooming... requirements. Used in wide range for non-blooming, non-staining EPDM articles. Applications / Recommended for: Rubbers >> EPDM, Ethylene Propylene Diene Rubber TYPICAL PROPERTIES VALUE UNIT Total sulfur 30.5 - 33.5 % Density@20°C 1.34 - 1.46 g/cm 3 Product type: Crosslinking Catalysts / Accelerators

Case Studies - Antioxidants Center (May 17, 2011) - Additive Center

phosphite able to overcome the blooming issue in LLDPE film and thermoplastic elastomer film / sheet applications? High melting temperature crystalline additives such as ALKANOX ® 240 phosphite often display very low solubility in polymers such as polyethylene, plastomers... Addivant Antioxidants Case Studies - Antioxidants Center - SpecialChem4Polymers

ADK STAB LS-3 (Jan 22, 2008) - TDS Abstract

ADK STAB LS-3 by Adeka Corporation - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet ADK STAB LS-3 Supplier: Adeka Corporation Product performance: Provides excellent bleeding and blooming properties. Compatibilty and external lubricity. Applications / Recommended for: PVC rigid; polyvinlychloride

KBZ 253F (Apr 18, 2014) - TDS Abstract

KBZ 253F by Kolon Industries - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet KBZ 253F Supplier: Kolon Industries Product performance: Kicker for PVC foam prodcts. Good lubricity and non-blooming. Applications / Recommended for: PVC rigid; polyvinlychloride Calendering Others Product type:

Selection Criteria - Brominated Compounds (Sep 08, 2008) - Additive Center

applications. Generally, Blooming depends on the compatibility of the FR with the polymer additive as well as the FR's molecular weight. The higher the compatibility and the molecular weight, the lower the blooming. UV Stability In many... Selection Criteria - Brominated Compounds - Flame Retardants Center - SpecialChem4Polymers

Songstab™ BZ-806F (Oct 08, 2010) - TDS Abstract

Songstab™ BZ-806F by Songwon - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Songstab™ BZ-806F Supplier: Songwon Product performance: Ba-Zn organic liquid complex. Acts as a stabilizer for chemically blown PVC foams. Very fine uniformed-cells obtained when expanded leather products. Has good... lubrication, non plate-out and blooming phenomena. Oven blooming doesn’t occur at highly foaming temperature. Used in general expanded PVC leather. Applications / Recommended for: PVC rigid; polyvinlychloride PVC, flexible; polyvinlychloride TYPICAL PROPERTIES VALUE UNIT Specific gravity @ 25°C 0.995

POLY(TRIMETHYLENE TEREPHTHALATE) POLYMER BLENDS THAT HAVE REDUCED WHITENING (Jun 17, 2010) - Patent

The present invention relates to a process of producing non-whitening molded parts of poly(trimethylene terephthalate) (PTT) blends. BACKGROUND 2.  The phenomenon of “blooming” is a common problem for polymeric materials. Incompatible materials added to polymers can migrate to the surface of the part,... with various levels of blend polymers in addition to 2.30% carbon black masterbatch. The compounded pellets were subsequently dried at 120° C. for 12 hours and molded into 3″×5″×⅛″ plaques. Plaques were then evaluated for blooming

NON-BLOOMING FLAME RETARDANT THERMOPLASTIC COMPOSITION (Feb 09, 2012) - Patent

comprising a phosphorus containing anion and a borate compound. 2.  Blooming occurs when an additive has a higher solubility in the polymer at the processing temperature than at ambient temperature. Thereby upon cooling a portion of the additive segregates out of the polymer and, in some instances, migrates... to the surface of the polymer. 3.  The problem of blooming

GRINDSTED® PS 426 (Mar 29, 2010) - TDS Abstract

GRINDSTED® PS 426 by Danisco (DuPont Group) - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet GRINDSTED® PS 426 Supplier: Danisco (DuPont Group) Product performance: Emulsifier blend. Used as an antistatic agent in random copolymers without blooming problems in comparison to conventional GMS

Fire Guard 8500 (Mar 13, 2003) - TDS Abstract

Fire Guard 8500 by Teijin Chemicals - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Fire Guard 8500 Supplier: Teijin Chemicals Product performance: Excellent heat resistance. Non-blooming-type flame retardant. Applications / Recommended for: Thermoplastics, other PC, Polycarbonate Extrusion >>

Fire Guard 7500 (Mar 13, 2003) - TDS Abstract

Fire Guard 7500 by Teijin Chemicals - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Fire Guard 7500 Supplier: Teijin Chemicals Product performance: Excellent heat resistance. Non-blooming type flame retardant. Applications / Recommended for: PP, Polypropylene Thermoplastics, other PC,

Reogard® 1000 (Jan 11, 2008) - TDS Abstract

Reogard® 1000 by Chemtura - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Reogard® 1000 Supplier: Chemtura Product performance: Intumescent flame retardant. Used in polypropylene applications. Possesses melt blendable and non-blooming. Offers low compounded density. Provides low water absorption.

Coinex 6439 (Mar 13, 2003) - TDS Abstract

Coinex 6439 by Coin Chemical - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Coinex 6439 Supplier: Coin Chemical Product performance: Excellent in heat stability, transparency and sulfur staining resistance. Minimum in plate out and blooming. A synergistic effect caused with epoxy and complex

Coinex 6432 (Mar 13, 2003) - TDS Abstract

Coinex 6432 by Coin Chemical - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Coinex 6432 Supplier: Coin Chemical Product performance: Excellent in heat stability, transparency and sulfur staining resistance. Minimum in plate out and blooming. A synergistic effect caused with epoxy and complex

Coinex 6130 B (Mar 13, 2003) - TDS Abstract

Coinex 6130 B by Coin Chemical - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Coinex 6130 B Supplier: Coin Chemical Product performance: Excellent in heat stability, eliminating initial color transparency and sulfur staining resistance. Minimum in plate out and blooming. A synergic effect caused


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