Anti-block In Polyolefins And Process Aid To Improve Dispersion Of Fillers. Mold Release In Nylon And ABS, And Lubricant For PVC. Process Aid In WPC
Appearance White to off white powder Acid value, mg KOH/g 10 Max
Melting point° c 138-147
It can be incorporated directly into polymers to prevent any unwanted adhesion. It can be used as a process aid, for example to avoid sticking during storage, prevent adhesive film layers to attract dirt or stick together or to improve dispersion of fillers. It is a saturated amide which offers good oxidative stability, color stability and shows excellent anti-blocking performance. The amide migrates to the surface of the material on cooling to form a non-sticking ‘release’ layer. It is frequently used in conjunction with organic additives such as talc to enhance performance and to give time for the amide to migrate to the surface.
Recommended initial dosage level is between 0.05 – 0.3%.
PVC: Release agent Dosage: 0.2-0.4 %
Dosage: 1- 2 %
Dosage: 0.2- 0.5 %
SYNTHETIC RUBBER: Lubricant
Dosage: 0.2-1 %
25 kg bags.
If stored in a cool dark place below 35°C, it is stable for 12 months from the date of manufacture.