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Westco CAO-90
Calcium oxide dispersion
Western Reserve Chemical
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Sp.gr. 2.44; 86% min. calcium oxide in a high viscosity process oil

Activator; dessicant, absorbs moisture and prevents porosity in rubber.


Westco MO-140
Magnesium oxide
Western Reserve Chemical
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Fine white powder; surface area 45 m2/g.

Scorch retarder, curing agent and acid acceptor in polychloroprene and other chlorinated polymers.


Zic-Stick '85'
Zinc oxide dispersion
Rhein Chemie Corporation
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Sp.gr. 3.66; zinc oxide content approx 90%; very fine dispersion of highly active zinc oxide

Activator for NR and SRs; vulcanizer for polychloroprene and other halogenated elastomers; superior activity coupled with rapid complete incorporation enables 3 parts of Zic Stick 85 to replace 5 parts of zinc oxide powder in most applications.


Zic-Stick 'SG'
90% zinc oxide
Rhein Chemie Corporation
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Sp. gr. approx. 3.66; very fine particle size

Activator for NR's and SR's, vulcanizer for polychloroprene and other halogenated elastomers, superior activity.


Zinc Oxide Dispersion
60% zinc oxide dispersed in water
Vanderbilt Chemicals, LLC
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White dispersion; total solids (2 hrs.@100-105C) 59.5 to 63.5%; density at 25C is 1.98 Mg

This dispersed form of zinc oxide permits its direct incorporation into latex compounds. Zinoxide at o.5 to 6.0 phr is used to activate the cure of NR,SBR and NBR latex compounds; zinc oxide acts as a vulcanizing agent in CR and XNBR latex; aminimum of 5 phr zinc oxide is generally used for the compounding of CR latexes.


Zinc Oxide Dispersion - Taber brand
American and French zinc oxide and SBR
Taber Inc.
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A polymer masterbatch of 80% American or French zinc oxide and SBR.

Improve dispersion and processing.


Zinc Oxide FlowSperse
Different percentages of zinc oxide on various carriers.
Flow Polymers LLC
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Elastomeric dispersion.

Activator for natural and synthetic rubber.


Zinc Oxide Poly Slab
85% French process zinc oxide in an EPR binder
Polymerics
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Sp.gr. 3.38.

Activator for natural and synthetic rubber; excellent incorporation and dispersion; very easy handling.


Zinc Oxide Transparent
Basic zinc carbonate
Lanxess Corporation
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Sp. gr, 3.5; white to light yellowish powder; zinc content as zinc oxide approx. 72%; shipped: bag.

A very highly disperse accelerator activator without pigmenting properties; excellent in the manufacture of transparent rubber goods and adhesives; acts as an activator in latex applications


Zinc Oxide Ultra 88
88% zinc oxide treated with a proprietary polymer binder
Polychem Dispersions
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Sp.gr. 3.50; semi dustless and free flowing powder.

Activator for polymer cure systems; used to speed the incorporation of zinc oxide in mill or mixer compounds.





Zinc Stearate Line
Zinc stearate
Harwick Standard Distribution Corporation
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Sp. gr- 1.09; white powder; Melt pt. 120C;available in high bulk or densified grades including USP and wettable

Mutiple functions in elastomeric compounds including lubricant,acid scavenger, viscosity modifier or cure activator.


Zinkoxyd Aktiv
Zinc oxide
Lanxess Corporation
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Sp. gr, 5.0; white to light yellowish powder; zinc oxide content min. 93; BET surface area approx. 45 m2/g; shipped: bag.

A very highly disperse activator; excellent for the manufacture of semi transparent rubber goods or goods with reduced zinc oxide content; when added at high levels imparts improved shape retention and provides highly elastic vulcanizates; used as an activator in latex compounds resulting low levels of zinc in latex compounds


Zinox 350
Zinc oxide
American Chemet
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Sp.gr. 4.9 g/cc; high surface area ZnO > 21m2/gm; precipitated; nodular; ± 99.5% -325 mesh; cream-off white.

Activator for rubber; neoprene, butyl, nitrile, EPDM, SBR, latex, etc.


ZnO, Sovsperse ZnO-85
Zinc oxide 85% active dispersed in an elastomeric binder
Sovereign Chemical Company
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Sp.gr. 3.10; small granules

Activator in sulfur based cure systems and a vulcanizer for halobutyl rubbers


Zoco 100
French process zinc oxide
CMM
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High purity, odorless, fine white powder; high surface area 5.50-6.49; sp. gr, 5.6; meets ASTM D79.

NR, SR, latex activator, reinforcer and hiding pigment; fast curing, excellent suspensions in latex.


Zoco 101
French process zinc oxide
CMM
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High quality, odorless, white fine powder; surface area 6.50-7.99; sp.gr, 5.6; meets ASTM D79.

NR, SR latex activator, reinforcer and hiding pigment; fast curing, excellent suspensions in latex.


Zoco 102
French process zinc oxide
CMM
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High purity, odorless, white fine powder; surface area 8.00 min.; sp. gr, 5.6; meets ASTM D79.

NR, SR latex activator, reinforcer and hiding pigment; fast curing, excellent suspensions in latex.


Zoco 103
French process zinc oxide
CMM
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High purity, odorless, fine white powder; surface area 3.99; sp. gr, 5.6; meets ASTM D79.

NR, SR, latex activator, reinforcer and hiding pigment; slow-medium cure rate.


Zoco 104
French process zinc oxide
CMM
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High purity, odorless, fine white powder; surface area 4.00-5.49; sp. gr, 5.6; meets ASTM D79.

NR, SR, latex activator, reinforcer and hiding pigment; medium cure rate.


Zoco 112 USP
French process zinc oxide
CMM
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High purity, odorless, fine white powder; surface area 4.00-5.49; sp. gr, 5.6; meets ASTM D79.

NR, SR latex activator, reinforcer and hiding pigment; medium cure rate; high purity excellent for medical and pharmaceutical rubber applications.





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Polymerics

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