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Urea, WUF-16
Urea
Sovereign Chemical Company
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Coated or oil treated powder

Activator for nitrogen type blowing agents; product is hygroscopic and relatively non-dusting.


Dynamide
Urea powder formulated to improve processing and functionality.
Littlern Corporation
ï

Sp.gr. 1.34; fine white powder; avg. particle size less than 10 micron.

Activator for nitrogen blowing agents; lowers decomposition temperature; reduces odor produced by some blowing agents; secondary accelerator; component of nitrosamine-free curing systems.


Activator Dispersions - Taber brand
Various activators
Taber Inc.
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Paste, polymer masterbatches and netted powders of activators; compatibags, slabbed and/or pellitized masterbatches.

Consistent dispersion to improve processing.


Cadmium Oxide FlowSperse
Various percentages of cadmium oxide in different carriers
Flow Polymers LLC
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Paste and elastomeric dispersions

Activators for high heat resistant cure systems, prevents porosity in vulcanizates; dessicant.


Dibasic Lead Phosphite FlowSperse
Various percentages of dibasic lead phosphite in different carriers
Flow Polymers LLC
ï

Paste and elastomeric dispersions.

Activator


Dibasic Lead Phthalate FlowSperse
Various percentages of dibasic lead phthalate in different carriers
Flow Polymers LLC
ï

Paste and elastomeric dispersions.

Activator


Litharge FlowSperse
Various percentages of litharge in different carriers
Flow Polymers LLC
ï

Paste and elastomeric dispersions.

Activator for NR and SRs.


Tribasic Lead Sulfate FlowSperse
Various percentages of tribasic lead sulfate in different carriers
Flow Polymers LLC
ï

Paste or elastomeric dispersion.

Ease of incorporation and handling.


Stearic acid F-2500
Vegetable based stearic acid
Harwick Standard
ï

Non-toxic off-white powder, faint odor; titre - minimum 50C, iodine number 10 maximum; acid number - 195 minimum.

Vegetable based grade of stearic acid used to activate rubber and latex, as a dispersing agent, lubricant, stabilizer, and processing aid


Stearic acid, SA 590
Vegetable based stearic acid, rubber grade
Sovereign Chemical Company
ï

Flake, sp.gr. 0.84

see SA-590





Struktol ZEH
Zinc 2-ethylhexanoate
Struktol Company of America, LLC
ï

Specific gravity: 1.20, zinc content: 24% max, viscosity at 25C (mPa-s): 7000 max, appearance: high viscosity liquid

A rubber soluble zinc soap used as an activator for natural rubber; used instead of stearic acid and reduces stress relaxation and primary creep of NR-vulcanizates, especially in combination with soluble EV-systems; dosage: 1-3 phr.


Struktol ZEH-DL
Zinc 2-ethylhexanoate coated on silica powder
Struktol Company of America, LLC
ï

Specific gravity: 1.46, zinc content: 16.6% max, silica content: 33.3%, appearance: light powder

Rubber soluble activator for natural rubber compounds when used in place of stearic acid improves stress relaxation and primary creep of NR compounds; especially effective with soluble EU-systems; concentrations - 1.5 - 4.5 Phr.


Thanecure ZM
Zinc chloride dibenzothiazyl disulfide complex
TSE Industries Inc.
ï

Sp. gr. 1.80; yellowish powder

Activator for sulfur and peroxide cross-linkable polyurethane rubber.


SR709
Zinc mono-methacrylate
Cray Valley, a brand of Total
ï

White crystalline powder; specific gravity @ 25Cis 1.88.

An ultra-efficient sulfur activator which develops superior modulus/cross density with excellent scorch properties and reversion proptection.


Zinkoxyd Aktiv
Zinc oxide
Lanxess Corporation
ï

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


HT-Active
Zinc oxide
Hydro Technologies (Canada)
ï

High surface area ZnO; BET 40 m2; sp.gr. 5.6; cream to off-white powder; zinc content > 97%; Pb content <25 ppm

A highly dispersible zinc oxide especially suited for semi-transparent and latex compounds; its higher activity benefits compounds with reduced zinc oxide content; when used at higher levels, improves compression set, crosslink density and reduces cure time.


CR 41
Zinc oxide
Western Reserve Chemical
ï

White powder; 99.9% passes through 325 mesh; sp. gr. 5.6; 99.9% zinc oxide; surface area 6 m2/g.

Fine particle size, fast curing.


CR-4USP-2
Zinc oxide
Harwick Standard
ï

High purity, French process USP Grade sp.gr. 5.6

For natural and synthetic rubbers and latices as cure activator and/or vulcanizer; add directly to rubber


CR-420
Zinc oxide
Harwick Standard
ï

High purity French process, white powder sp.gr 5.6; small particle size, high surface and surface treated with propionic acid

For natural and synthetic rubbers and latices as cure activator and/or vulcanizer; add directly to rubber; treated grade provides easier, faster incorporation


CR-30
Zinc oxide
Harwick Standard
ï

High purity French process , white powder, sp.gr 5.6;large particle size,low surface area and treated with propionic acid

For natural and synthetic rubbers and latices as cure activator and/or vulcanizer; add directly to rubber; surface treated grade provides easier, faster incorporation.





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Sovereign Chemical Company

Littlern Corporation

Taber Inc.

Flow Polymers LLC

Harwick Standard

Struktol Company of America, LLC

TSE Industries Inc.

Cray Valley, a brand of Total

Lanxess Corporation

Hydro Technologies (Canada)

Western Reserve Chemical

     

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