PVC Stabalizer for Plastic Panels,Profiles,Pipes

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3000 kg
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100000 kg/month

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1. Structure of PVC Stabalizer

  • Classification: Chemical Auxiliary Agent

  • Other Names: one pack pvc stabilizer

  • Purity: 99.9%

  • Place of Origin: Shandong, China (Mainland)

  • Type: PVC Stabilizer

  • Usage: Plastic Auxiliary Agents

  • Brand Name: HaoMing

  • Model Number: Pipe Grade

 

2. Main Features of the Calcium Pvc Compound Stabilizer

  • Product

    PVC stabilizer, Also called One pack pvc stabilizer

     

    Description

    It is lead based compound stabilizer containing internal and external lubricants. 

    It is used for producing pvc pipes. It has excellent processing performance

     for calendaring molding. It will not effect the flatness, bright and clean, 

    even thickness of the product when the filling material has a fluctuation.

     

    Specification

    1. Appearance: white flake

    2. Lead oxide content,%: 30-40

    3. Melting Point:70min

    4. Moisture,%:0.5max

     

    Addition quantity

    According to the different equipments of calendars, suggests add 3-4 phr in each 100 phr PVC resin.

3.  Images Of  PVC Stabalizer

 

 

4.  PVC Stabalizer Specifications

1. Appearance: white flake

2. Lead oxide content,%: 30-40

3. Melting Point:70min

4. Moisture,%:0.5max

 

5. FAQ of Calcium Pvc Stabilizer 

1.Delivery date:15-30days

2.Proper for plastic pipe and profile stablizer

3.Payment:30% in advance,70% against BL copy

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Q:how does the catalyst work (to speed up the reaction)??
catalyst takes the reaction through an alternate path(series of reaxns) which has lower activation energy.hence it speeds up ur reaction
Q:TEN POINTS!! How is the catalyst affected by vinegar?
It denatures the catalyst because the rise in pH or amount of H3O+ ions. Temperature will also denature the catalyst if it's out of its optimum range.
Q:Question about catalysts?
Generally, catalysts participate and facilitate a reaction, but the catalyst is returned unchanged. For example, sulfuric acid may be used in a Fischer esterification, palladium in a Heck reaction, pyridine in an acylation reaction, hydroxide in an aldol condensation, cyanide in a benzoin condensation, etc. An enzyme can facilitate a reaction is a similar manner, by being an acid or base catalyst for example. We could say that generally, reactions are reversible. Practically, that is not true as the energy differences of the reactants and products may be so different to prevent the reverse, an explosion for example. If a reaction is reversible, that may not mean the reverse reaction will take place. Le Chatelier's Principle can apply to determine the products.
Q:Chemical reactions in the presence of impurities will cause catalyst poisoning
Catalyst poisoning reaction of raw materials contained in the trace impurities to the catalyst activity, selectivity significantly decreased or lost phenomenon. The nature of the poisoning phenomenon is a trace of impurities and the catalytic activity of the center of a chemical effect, the formation of non-active species. In the gas-solid heterogeneous catalytic reaction is formed in the adsorption complex. One is that if the toxic and active components of the role of weak, can be a simple way to restore the activity, known as reversible poisoning or temporary poisoning. The other is irreversible poisoning, it is impossible to restore the activity in a simple way. In order to reduce the side reaction activity, it is sometimes necessary to allow the catalyst to be selected for poisoning.
Q:What is the chemical nature of the enzyme?
The difference between the enzyme and the general protein is that the enzyme is a protein with a special catalytic function. Similarly, the enzyme, like other proteins, consists mainly of amino acids, with one, two, three and quaternary structures, and the same enzyme as other proteins The composition of the enzyme can be divided into two types: simple protein and binding protein. Some enzymes are only protein, its activity depends on its protein structure, such enzymes are simple protein; other enzyme active ingredients in addition to containing protein, but also There are some small molecules that cofactor, the two together to be active, such enzymes belong to the binding protein.The protein part of the protein is called the enzyme protein, non-protein part called the cofactor
Q:When there is a catalyst in the chemical equation, it is not necessary to match the atoms of the catalyst
No need, because the catalyst in the chemical reaction before and after the quality of the same
Q:Who knows hydrogen and nitrogen in the high temperature of ammonia chemical equation ah?
3H2 + N2 ===== 2NH3 conditional catalyst
Q:Is catalyst a metal or just a hard material?
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Q:The greater the chemical adsorption strength, the catalyst activity changes
If the adsorbent is a reactant, then the better the adsorption capacity of the better catalytic effect; but the catalyst surface of the product will generally have adsorption, if this effect has become very strong, then desorption The process will become difficult, the catalytic effect will decline; the other one, if the adsorption of other substances, such as the reaction may produce a reaction or the catalyst will poison the material, it is greatly detrimental to the catalytic effect. The effect is to be controlled in a suitable optimum range for superior, and preferably to be selectively adsorbed.
Q:Name 3 everyday catalysts?
Hello ; Chemical catalysts are substances that increase the rate of reaction (while remaining themselves chemically unchanged: Polyethylene, the polymer used to make everything from: 1. garbage bags and 2. grocery bags, to 3. squeezable bottles, to 4. cable insulation, is made by passing ethylene gas over a catalyst. Most other polymers are made in the same (or similar) way. Synthetic rubber, nylon, polyester, PVC, teflon, etc. It's not hard to think of 10 uses for these catalyst-produced materials alone... e.g. : 5. rain coats 6. pantyhose 7. water pipes 8. bouncy balls 9. non-stick surfaces and pads 10. saran wrap 11. food containers 12. cell-phone and laptop cases 13. cheap wigs 14. fishing line... 15. Enzymes are Biological catalysts: 16. beer and 17. bread are typically made with yeast, a living organism containing enzymes I hope this helps!

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