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Scorching - Phosphorus Flame Retardants (Jan 01, 2008) - Additive Center

is called "SCORCH" Most of the time, Scorch can be minimized by addition of specific antioxidants. However, the addition of phosphorus based FR (such as chlorophosphates) might have an influence on scorching based on the concentration and nature of the FR used .    

Suprmix® Paraflux 022 (Nov 09, 2009) - TDS Abstract

yield on usage. Offers improved batch incorporation time and extrusions. Exhibits reduced scorch, waste and clean up time. Applications / Recommended for: Other Rubbers >> Chlorinated Rubbers Other Rubbers >> Ethylene Propylene Diene Rubbers Natural Rubbers Styrene Butadiene Rubbers Extrusion Others... Suprmix® Paraflux 022 by Hallstar - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Suprmix® Paraflux 022 Supplier: Hallstar Product performance: Asphaltic resin. Used as plasticizer and process aid. Prevents scorch

Aktiplast® (Oct 21, 2008) - TDS Abstract

as for their blends with other synthetic rubbers. Offers prolonged scorch time. Exhibits improved flow characteristics of the uncured compound. Provides improved storage stability. Retards scorch and accelerates vulcanisation. Applications / Recommended for: Natural Rubbers Other Rubbers >> Butyl Rubbers

Moulex® RI 965 (May 28, 2009) - TDS Abstract

Moulex® RI 965 by Additek - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Moulex® RI 965 Supplier: Additek Product performance: Internal lubricant. Offers improved flow properties and release properties. Reduces filler incorporation time and self heating. Exhibits improved scorch time

Moulex® RI 960 (May 28, 2009) - TDS Abstract

Moulex® RI 960 by Additek - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Moulex® RI 960 Supplier: Additek Product performance: Internal lubricant. Offers improved flow properties and release properties. Reduces filler incorporation time and self heating. Exhibits improved scorch time

Ekaland Nitroso HU Crystal (Mar 13, 2003) - TDS Abstract

the scorch time of uncured compound that is stored for long periods. Moisture less than 15%. Product type: Polymerization Initiators / Inhibitors / Catalysts >> Inhibitors Chemical composition:   N- nitrosodiphenylamine Physical form:   Crystals Other products with same trade name:    Ekaland BQD

Antiozonant MPD-100 (Oct 08, 2010) - TDS Abstract

and grease allow longer service-life products. May also reduce scorch time in certain compounds. Applications / Recommended for: Other Rubbers >> Chlorinated Rubbers Other Rubbers >> Polysioprene Rubbers TYPICAL PROPERTIES VALUE UNIT Specific Gravity 1.2 Melting Point 93 °C Product type: Other

Westco TBZTD (Jan 22, 2008) - TDS Abstract

not carcinogenic. Offers longer scorch times. Applications / Recommended for: Styrene Butadiene Rubbers Natural Rubbers Other Rubbers >> Nitrile Butadiene Rubbers TYPICAL PROPERTIES VALUE UNIT Melting point 124 °C Ash 0.5 % Heat loss 0.5 % Sieve residue, 100 mesh 0.1 % Oil content 1.0 - 2.0 % Product

HALOGEN-FREE, FLAME-RETARDANT POLYURETHANE FOAMS WITH LOW SCORCH LEVEL (Feb 18, 2010) - Patent

HALOGEN-FREE, FLAME-RETARDANT POLYURETHANE FOAMS WITH LOW SCORCH LEVEL... HALOGEN-FREE, FLAME-RETARDANT POLYURETHANE FOAMS WITH LOW SCORCH LEVEL - patent Patent Watch Search for more Patent Application HALOGEN-FREE, FLAME-RETARDANT POLYURETHANE FOAMS WITH LOW SCORCH LEVEL USPTO Patent Application US 2010/0041780 A1... Application Date: Feb. 18 th , 2010 ABSTRACT 0.  The present invention relates to halogen-free flame-retardant polyurethane foams with low scorch

Flame Retardant Additive Composition and Polyurethane Foam-Forming Composition and Polyurethane Foam Containing Same (Nov 29, 2012) - Patent

additives over time, resulting in an increase in the level of scorch in polyurethane foam made therefrom. 5.  There exists a need in the field of polyurethane foam for flame retardants that have decreased scorch properties; and for those flame retardants that typically produce higher levels of scorch... alcohol, does not result in the undesirable side-reaction often observed when the alcohol is combined with triester phosphites, e.g., transesterification of the phosphite by the halogenated hydroxyl-containing compound over time

Vulkalent® B/C (Oct 08, 2010) - TDS Abstract

Vulkalent® B/C by Lanxess - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Vulkalent® B/C Supplier: Lanxess Product performance: Phthalic anhydride. Used as vulcanization agent. Improves the processing safety of compounds by prolonging flow times at cure temperatures. Increases scorch and flow times

Silanogran PV (Sep 01, 2008) - TDS Abstract

other vulcanized rubber. Provides a shorter curing time at equal scorch time, a better processability of the uncured compounds, an increase of tensile strength, modulous and tear resistance, a decrease of abrasion, a minimized water absorption i.e. better electrical properties of cable compounds,

Suprmix® Plasthall TATM (Nov 09, 2009) - TDS Abstract

temperatures. Eliminates need for heating viscous liquid. Improves extrusions. Reduces clean up time and scorch. Speeds batch incorporation time. Applications / Recommended for: Other Rubbers >> Chlorinated Rubbers Other Rubbers >> Ethylene Propylene Diene Rubbers Other Rubbers >> Ethylene based Rubbers

Low Scorching Flame Retardants for Colored Polyurethane Foams (Jan 08, 2009) - Patent

that normally causes scorch and a benzofuranone derivative, as an anti-scorch stabilizer. Inventor(s): Barry A. Jacobs ,  Matthews, NC (US) Theodore Halchak ,  Upper Montclair, NJ (US) Danielle A. Bright ,  New City, NY (US) Leslie Bright , legal representative,  New City, NY (US) Application Number:... a foam, which is the reaction product of a polyol and an isocyanate, a colorant, a flame retardant of the type that normally causes scorch

High Speed Line - Silane Crosslinking Agents (Jan 01, 2008) - Additive Center

High Speed Line with Silane - Silane Crosslinking Agents Center - SpecialChem4Polymers Silane Crosslinking Agents Center       Why Use Silane Crosslinking Technology? Processing Benefits Trigger Crosslinking at Desired Time Adjustment... During a traditionnal peroxide crosslinking process, peroxide decomposition needs to be carried out after extrusion in order to avoid Scorch

Perkacit ZDMC-PDR-D (Mar 13, 2003) - TDS Abstract

applications It gives faster cures, higher modulus and shorter scorch times. N-nitrosodimethylamine can be formed by the reaction of dimethylamine with nitrosating agents (nitrogen oxides). Applications / Recommended for: Natural Rubbers Styrene Butadiene Rubbers Other Rubbers >> Ethylene Propylene Diene

Sterling® 6630 (Feb 21, 2008) - TDS Abstract

Sterling® 6630 by Cabot - SpecialChem4Polymers Tweet Sterling® 6630 Supplier: Cabot Product performance: Carbon black. Used for extruded and molded rubber parts. Offers long scorch time, improved processing safety, reduced scrap due to cured lumps, high cleanliness, few surface

Dispergator DS (Sep 01, 2008) - TDS Abstract

is indicated by easier mastication and lower Mooney viscosity. Therefore reduced mixing times can be achieved. Provides easy handling and very good processability of butyl compounds. Generally a reduction in scorch and faster incorporation of fillers and all other rubber ingredients will be noticed.

Silquest™ A-1289 Silane (Oct 08, 2010) - TDS Abstract

energy requirements. Exhibits optimization of scorch time and crosslink density. Provides better abrasion resistance and wear life when this tetrasulfide silane is used to couple silica or other mineral reinforcements to the rubber. Can be used for silica-filled tires with lower rolling-resistance,

Cure-Rite® IBT (May 19, 2011) - TDS Abstract

scorch time. Inhibits NR reversion. Produces extremely low levels of nitrosamines. Applications / Recommended for: Natural Rubbers Injection molding - thermoplastics TYPICAL PROPERTIES VALUE UNIT Molecular Weight 408.76 Ash 0.5 % Melting range 65 - 75 °C Heat Loss 0.5 % Product type:


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