First Grade Rubber Accelerator TBBS Granular

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10 m.t.
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100000 m.t./month

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Specification of Accelerator:

 

 

 

Item

Granular

Powder

Oil powder

Appearance

Light yellow granular

Light yellow powder

Light yellow oily powder

Initial M.P. (Min) ≥ °C

104.0

104.0

104.0

Loss on drying (Max) ≤ %

0.50

0.50

0.50

Ash (Max) ≤ %

0.40

0.40

0.40

Residue on 100 μm sieve (Max) ≤ %

-

0.1

-

Granular diameter mm

1.5-3

-

-

Broken strength N

2-5

-

-

Oil content, %

-

-

1.0-2.0

 

 Without foul odour,   but with bitter taste, easily soluble in benzene, carbon tetrachloride, ethylene chloride; soluble in gasoline,  ethylacetate, ethanol, acetone; insoluble in water.

Application: The product posses the best scorching quality of sulfenamide type accelerators. Its scorching quality in natural rubber is better than DIBS, the operating safety is much better. Mainly used in manufacture of tires, rubber belts and shock absorber .

Storage: Keep container tightly closed in a cool, well-ventilated place.

 

The Main Features of Accelerator:

 

 

1. No environmental pressure

2. All our products are produced by acid-alkali method  and of high quality   ( high purity,high technical standards).

3.Supply many factories for year , output steady

 

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First Grade Rubber Accelerator TBBS Granular

First Grade Rubber Accelerator TBBS Granular

 

FAQ:

Q: Can you provide free samples?
A: Yes, free samples will be sent to you on freight at destination.

Q: Can I get your latest  catalogue?
A:  Yes, it will be sent to you in no time.

Q: What is the MOQ?
A:  5 tons

Q: What are your payment terms?
A: We accept L/C,T/T, West Union,etc.

 

 

 

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because our bodies can't process it accordingly. that simple but the overall description is much more complicated. from chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension to obesity and mild reactionary allergic situations eat fresh! eat more fruits and veggies that aren't heavily processed. try to eat meats that are fresh! processed foods are too overly chemically impacted and can leave an impact on our bodies that last our life times. and we are taught that certain processed foods are nessesary and healthy?! such as most meats and dairy, and it's not surprise many people suffer from the impact of dairy alone and having a primary meat based diet with colon impaction and plaque in the arteries. along with chronic issues with the pancreas and the ability to burn excess fats. even if we are active.
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Additives are a waste of money and are not recommended. The only thing I would do is possibly switch to a high mileage oil but even then I would only do so if the car was leaking oil. Changing it every 5000 to 7500 miles is sufficient for normal use. Severe use calls for every 3000 to 3750 miles. I own a 1996 Accord LX wagon and change the oil every 7500 miles as per the owner's manual. There has been problems in the past with using synthetic oil and then switching to conventional oil causing oil leaks due to damaged seals. This problem should no longer be an issue with modern oils but since you have an older car, IF the former owner used synthetic oil I would continue to use the same oil so as not to take any chances.Fuel treatments won't hurt anything. I have used them once or twice in my life and consider them a waste of money as well.

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