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Zoco 604
French process zinc oxide
CMM
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High quality, odorless, white powder; surface area 4.00-6.00; sp.gr, 5.6; meets ASTM D79.

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


D-B-A Accelerator
Dibenzylamine-monobenzylamine blend
Chemtura
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Sp.gr. 1.01; pale-yellow free flowing liquid; good storage stability.

For NR, SBR rubbers and latices, NR reclaim; affects air cures ranging from 24 hrs. at room temp to 20 min at 100°C; retarded by clay and other acidic materials; action with xanthates or carbon disulfide enhanced by thiazoles and thiurams; non-discoloring, non-staining; vulcanization requires zinc oxide and sulfur; fatty acids not necessary and can retard cure; can apply carbon disulfide by painting or dipping compounds thus eliminating danger of precure; for processing and applications see C-P-B.


BIK-OT
Surface-coated urea
Chemtura
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Sp.gr. 1.31; fine, white powder; mp, 129-134°C; good storage stability under normal conditions; somewhat hydroscopic.

For CR, IIR, NBR, NR, SBR and EPDM; activator for nitrogen-type blowing agents; activator for thiazole, thiuram and dithiocarbamate accelerators; relatively nondiscoloring and non-staining; reduces odor-producing properties of dinitrosopentamethylene tetramine blowing agents; helps lower decomposition point of Celogen AZ and Kempore types to range normal for rubber curing.


Laurex
Zinc salts of lauric and related fatty acids
Chemtura
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Sp.gr. 1.18; tan flaked solid; mp about 107-118°C, but not definitely specified; good storage stability.

For CR, NBR, NR, SBR and their latices; recommended for tire carcass and tread compounds, extruded stocks, proof goods; activates thiazole accelerators and their derivatives; evens out and advances curing rates of off-grade rubbers deficient in natural fatty acids. Low blooming from cured and uncured compounds; much less blooming than many other fatty acid softeners; non-discoloring; melts, disperses readily.


Actafoam R3
Fatty acid salts dispersion
Chemtura
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Sp.gr. 1.05; amber liquid; lead free; for use in FDA approved applications.

Activator-stabilizer for foamable thermoplastic compounds; replacement for a portion of the normal zinc oxide level in sponge rubber compounding.


Stearic Acid - Industrene
Stearic acid
R.E. Carroll Inc.
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White powder or flakes.

Single, double, triple pressed.


Pristerene 9429
Stearic acid.
M.F. Cachat
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Tallow based rubber grade stearic acid; titre, 52-60°C, iodine no. 11 max., acid value 192-210 and saponification value 194-212.


Magnesium Oxide

Brenntag Specialties, Inc.
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Magnesium oxide


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.


TEA DLD
Triethanolamine (99%) on silica binder.
Akron Dispersions, Inc.
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Sp.gr. 1.414; light gray to tan, dustless, free-flowing powder.

Activator for NR and SBR; neutralizes acidity of clay.





TATM DLD
Triallyl trimellitate on silica binder.
Akron Dispersions, Inc.
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Sp.gr. 1.415; off white, dustless, free-flowing powder.

Activator for peroxide vulcanization.


Bostex 422
Aqueous dispersion of zinc oxide
Akron Dispersions, Inc.
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Off white liquid; total solids 59.5-63.5%; pH - 9.0-11.0.

A 60% aqueous dispersion of a conventional activator for accelerator systems used in natural and synthetic latices.


Akro-Zinc Bar 85
Zinc oxide dispersion
Akrochem Corp.
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Sp.gr. 3.60, zinc oxide 85%; 6 lb. bar; 54 lb carton.

Use in place of zinc oxide powder on a part for part basis; use for applications where a pre-wetted product is desirable; G type Neoprenes where addition of zinc oxide late in mix is indicated; low hardness compounds where zinc oxide dispersion is amust.


Akro-Mag Green Label Bar
Magnesium oxide dispersion
Akrochem Corp.
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Sp.gr. 1.56; very fine dispersion; protected from loss of activity; cream color to dark tan 3lb. poly wrapped bars; easy dispersion; good storage stability; slightly less active magnesium oxide than Akro-Mag yellow bar.

Vulcanizer, activator, acid acceptor; used in polychloroprene, Hypalon; recommended at 4.0 parts/100 RHC.


Akrochem E-9347 Urea OT
Oil treated urea
Akrochem Corp.
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Sp.gr. 1.30; free flowing white powder, mp 129-134°C; slight water solubility.

Blow promoter for nitrogen blowing agents; also a cure activator for thiazole accelerators in CR, IIR, NBR, NR and SBR.


Akrosperse Pb3O4-90/ECO/S
Red Lead in ECO
Akrochem Corp.
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90% active.

Easy and safer handling; used primarily as ECO acid acceptor.


Akrosperse PbOMC-90/EPR/S or P
Calcined litharge in EPR
Akrochem Corp.
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90% active MB in slab and pellets forms.

NR and SR cure activator/acid acceptor in CSM.


Akroform Pb3O4-90/EPR/P
Red Lead in EPR
Akrochem Corp.
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90% active.

Easy and safer handling; used primarily as ECO acid acceptor.


Akro-Mag Blue Label Bar
Magnesium oxide dispersion
Akrochem Corp.
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Sp.gr. 1.51; very fine dispersion; protected from loss of activity; cream color to dark tan. 3 lb bars, easy dispersing; good storage stability; all magnesium oxide is Elastomag 170 grade; highest activity type; superior protection.

Vulcanizer, activator, acid acceptor; used in polychloroprene, Hypalon; recommended at 4.0 parts/100 RHC.


Akrochem Stearic Acid-Rubber Grade (RG)
Stearic acid
Akrochem Corp.
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Titer 52-64°C; iodine value 10 max.; acid no. 193-213; saponification no. 193-214; Gardner color 10 max.

Dispersing agent and accelerator activator in rubber compounds.





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