Rubber Chemcials Rubber Antioxidant BLE Model

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BLE

Chemical Name: High temperature condensation compound of diphenylamine and acetone
Molecular FormulaC15H15N
Molecular Weight:209.3
CAS NO.:68412-48-6
Executive standardHG/T 2862-1997


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Acceptable end-product

viscosity, Pa.S

2.55.0

5.17.0

Density,pg/cm320oC

1.081.10

1.081.12

fugitive constituent% ≤

0.4

0.4

Ash % ≤

0.3

0.3


Properties: deep brown viscous liquid. Soluble in acetone, benzene and other organic solvents and do not dissolve in water.

Applications:the natural and chloroprene rubber, nitrile, butadiene - styrene, butadiene and other synthetic rubber latex which can be used as a versatile antioxidant. Right heat, oxygen, ozone, climate and flex as a good protective properties. The compound dispersed more applicable to tread, belt, hose and other industrial products production.

Package:Package with metal pail.Net weight 200kg per pail.

 

StorageThe product should be stored in the dry and cooling place with good ventilation. The product should be avoid hot sunshine.

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