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Innovox 95
92% min. Calcium oxide Oil damped
Birch Chemicals Limited
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A high purity calcium oxide, integrated raw material supply, consistent particle size range, with excellent dispersion, specifically packaged for rubber compounding.

An efficient desiccant/moisture absorber for all commonly used elastomers giving protection from porosity or blistering of rubber products which are produced in low or high-temperature cure systems. Available in pre-weighed sachets for direct mixer application.


HTR
Zinc oxide
Hydro Technologies (Canada)
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High surface area ZnO; BET 30 m2; sp.gr. 5.6; cream to off-white powder; zinc content >97%; Pb content <25 ppm

Slightly lower in surface area than HT Active; 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.


HT-Active
Zinc oxide
Hydro Technologies (Canada)
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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.


HT-3C
Zinc oxide
Hydro Technologies (Canada)
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General purpose ZnO; BET 4-8 m2; sp.gr. 5.6; cream to off-white powder

NR and SR activator; semi-reinforcing and hiding pigment.


HT-2C
Zinc oxide
Hydro Technologies (Canada)
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General purpose ZnO; BET 4-7 m2; sp.gr. 5.6; cream to off-white powder

NR and SR activator; semi-reinforcing and hiding pigment.


HT-10
Zinc oxide
Hydro Technologies (Canada)
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General purpose ZnO; BET 8-11 m2; sp.gr. 5.6; cream to off-white powder

Medium surface area ZnO; NR and SR activator; semi-reinforcing and hiding pigment with higher activity; useful in adhesive formulations as a latex activator and supplemental gelling agent.


Hallco CAOP
Calcium hydroxide/DOP dispersion
The HallStar Co.
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Sp.gr. 1.05; (80% calcium hydroxide) finely dispersed in DOP; free flowing powder, dustless.

Recommended for mill and internal mixing; offers better dispersion and safety.


Grade 318T American Process
Zinc oxide treated
Perl Pigments, LLC
ï

ZnO-99.3%, Pb-.09%, Fe-.02%, CD-.03%, sulfur-.10%, insoluble-.08%.

Accelerator, activator, vulcanizer


Grade 318 American Process
Zinc oxide
Perl Pigments, LLC
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ZnO-99.3%, Pb-.09%, Fe-.02%, CD-.03%, sulfur-.10%, insoluble-.08%.

Accelerator, activator, vulcanizer


Grade 312
Zinc oxide
Perl Pigments, LLC
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ZnO-99.3%, Pb-.09%, Fe-.02%, CD-.03%, sulfur-.10%, insoluble-.08%.

Accelerator, activator, vulcanizer





Grade 185
Zinc oxide
Perl Pigments, LLC
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ZnO-99.3%, Pb-.09%, Fe-.02%, CD-.03%, sulfur-.10%, insoluble-.08%.

Accelerator, activator, vulcanizer


Fluorocal H; Fluorocal O
Calcium hydroxide; calcium oxide
HB Chemical
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Tightly controlled particle size distribution for calcium hydroxide H-20, H-30; uniform, consistent particle size calcium oxide O-15.

Intended for FKM compounds where superior dispersion and consistency is required; several grades and packages available; allows single pass FKM mixing.


FE(MAG-HA)-55
55% magnesium oxide in Carnauba wax
Rhein Chemie Corporation
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Sp.gr. 1.60; free flowing bead.

FE(MAG-HA)-55 dispersion is a protected form of magnesium oxide for general use in fluoroelastomer compounding; will improve dispersion, property consistency, and reduce mixing time.


FE(CaO)-75
75% calcium oxide in Carnauba wax
Rhein Chemie Corporation
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Sp.gr. 2.09; free flowing bead. (see Calcium Oxide).

FE(CaO)-75 dispersion is a protected form of calcium oxide for general use in fluoroelastomer compounding; wwill improve dispersion, property consistency, and reduce mixing time; for safe handling of calcium oxide, FE(CaO)-75 should be specified.


FE(Ca(OH)2)-68
68% calcium hydroxide in Carnauba wax
Rhein Chemie Corporation
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Sp.gr. 1.64; free flowing bead. (see Calcium Hydroxide).

FE(Ca(OH)2)-68 dispersion is a protected form of calcium hydroxide for general use in fluoroelastomer compounding; will improve dispersion, property consistency, and reduce mixing time; for safe handling of calcium hydroxide, FE (Ca(OH)2)-6


Emery 531
Tallow fatty acid
Cognis
ï

Activator


Elastomag 60
Magnesium oxide
H.M. Royal, Inc.
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White powder; sp. gr, 3.2; surface area 60m2/gr; shipped in 50# multiwall bags; protect from air and moisture.

For halogenated elastomers; vulcanizing and curing; activator, acid acceptor.


Elastomag 170 Powder
Magnesium oxide
Akrochem Corp.
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White powder and micro pellets. sp. gr, 3.2; sa avg 170 m2/gr,; avg ps 2.2μ; shipped: 50 lb multiwall bags and PE pouches in cartons; protect from air and moisture.

For halogenated elastomers; vulcanizing and curing, activator, acid acceptor; high activity type MgO.


Elastomag 100
Magnesium oxide
H.M. Royal, Inc.
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White powders. sp. gr, 3.2, surface area 100m2/gm, avg, sp gr, 2.5; shipped in 50# multiwall bags and PE pouches; protect from air and moisture.

For halogenated elastomers; vulcanizing and curing; activator, acid acceptor.


Elastomag 100
Magnesium oxide
Akrochem Corp.
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White powders. sp. gr, 3.2, surface area 100m2/gm, avg, sp gr, 2.5; shipped in 50# multiwall bags and PE pouches; protect from air and moisture.

For halogenated elastomers; vulcanizing and curing; activator, acid acceptor.





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