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    synthetic antioxidants, synthetic antioxidants Suppliers

    Hot selling non-staining and non-discoloring used in natural rubber synthetic rubber . US $4.14-$4.14 / Kilogram 25 Kilograms (Min. Order) 1 YR . Changzhou Youfeng Chemical Co., Ltd. Contact Supplier ··· Supply

  • [hot item] rubber antioxidant 2246/bkf - made-in-china.com

    [Hot Item] Rubber Antioxidant 2246/Bkf - Made-in-China.com

    Application: Phenol-type antioxidant, non-staining, non-discoloring, used in natural rubber, synthetic rubber, ABS, polyolefin and other polymers, particularly in latex and light-colored rubber, rate of use is generally 0.5-1.5%. Packing: In 20kgs bag. Storage: Keep in a ventilated and dry place.

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    Antioxidant BKF, China Antioxidant BKF Selling, Selling

    Phenol-type antioxidant, non-staining, non-discoloring, used in natural rubber, synthetic rubber, ABS, polyolefin and other polymers, particularly in latex and light-colored rubber, rate of use is generally 0.5-1.5portions. Appearance: white or milky white crystalline powder . Melting point≥120ºC Heating loss≤0.5% Ash≤0.3%

  • wuxi synwell materials co., ltd

    Wuxi Synwell Materials Co., Ltd

    Also used in a wide range of general purpose rubber. Non-staining and non-discoloring in . Insoluble Sulphur OT20 (IS-HS-7020) | OT33 (IS-HS-6033) generally used for natural rubber and synthetic rubber. It slows rubber’s fatigue degradation under static and dynamic operating conditions. hot melt glue sticks, hot melt adhesive

  • additives for polymers - the universal selection source

    Additives for Polymers - The Universal Selection Source

    Agerite® Resin D® Powder by Vanderbilt Chemicals is polymerized 1,2-dihydro-2,2,4-trimethylquinoline. Used as an antioxidant for NR and synthetic rubbers.

  • vanox® for polymers supplied by vanderbilt chemicals

    Vanox® for Polymers Supplied by Vanderbilt Chemicals

    Soluble in acetone, chloroform and toluene. Moderately soluble in alcohol. Insoluble in water. Non-staining, non-discoloring antioxidant in white and light colored stocks.

  • rubber – np provision co., ltd.

    Rubber – NP Provision Co., Ltd.

    Ionol-LC® is an excellent antioxidant that can be used with natural or synthetic rubber-based elastomers. It can prevent the premature embrittlement of rubber products, and bleaching, which long maintained its flexibility and tensile strength, the dose from between 0.5 to 1.5PHR depends largely on the use of the occasion and stability requirements.

  • chemicals used to soften rubber | home guides | sf gate

    Chemicals Used to Soften Rubber | Home Guides | SF Gate

    Sulfur was the first curing agent used to soften natural rubber and it is still used today. Sulfur can't be used to soften synthetic rubbers, though. Synthetic rubbers, like styrene-butadiene used

  • natural rubber and synthetic rubber preparation and properties

    Natural Rubber and Synthetic Rubber Preparation and Properties

    Types of rubber. There are two primary types of rubber, namely natural rubber and synthetic rubber. Natural rubber. These are the elastomers which are obtained naturally. Natural rubber is made up of solid particles suspended in a milky white liquid (called latex) that drips from the bark of certain tropical and subtropical trees.

  • difference between natural rubber and synthetic rubber

    Difference between Natural Rubber and Synthetic Rubber

    The importance of the rubber industry from the time it came into being and the role that it has played in the growth of civilization has been enormous. There are two types of rubbers; natural and synthetic. Synthetic rubber is easier to produce than natural rubber, and has a wider range of applications. This ScienceStruck article gives you a comparison between synthetic rubber and natural rubber.

  • chemicals in rubber tires | brenntag

    Chemicals in Rubber Tires | Brenntag

    Halogenated polyisobutylene rubber, also called halobutyl rubber, is also an important synthetic rubber used in tires. This material helps to keep a tire inflated by strengthening the inner liner. About 24 percent of a regular car tire consists of synthetic polymers, whereas only about 11 percent of heavy truck tires are made of synthetic rubber.