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Additives for Polymers January 1992 profiles. A destructive test rig similar to that in use at the Suddeu~ches Kunstoff Zentrum, the acknowledged testing and proving org~zation, showed a three point pressure test PVC window section made of a Vest&it-Stabilox combination material. The test results were indistinguishable from those of the cadmium additive combinations. Eump. Plastic8 Newe, 19$2,18, (Nov.), 57 END USE TRADE NAME(S) C~~~~~E COMPANY PRODUCT DETAILS END USE TI%ADE NAMR(S) CHEMICAL TYPE COMPANY PRODUCT DETAILS END USE WE NA~(S~ WHITE CONCEDES 1) RCL-628 2) RCL-64 CIIEMICAL TYPE 1) Titanium dioxide PRODUCT DETAILS FIRE RETARDANTS Unspecified Tin-based corners Joseph Storey & Co. Ltd., Heron Chemical Works, Lancaster, LA1 lQQ, (UK). Two compounds are available. The first, zinc hydroxy stannate, is said to be the closest alternative to antimony trioxide in halogenated systems. The second material is zinc stannate which, like the hydroxy starmate, hae been registered in the EINEXS inventory. Roth materials may have synergistic affects with fillers such as alumina trihydrate and magnesium hydroxide. Roth fme retardants have been tested with a range of rubbers and plastics. WHITE CON~E~~T~S Unspecified Compounds containing up to 86% pigment Polycom H~~rn~ Inc., 96W C~es~ut Street, Was~~n, PA 15301, (USA). Dispensable additives claimed to provide opacity equivalent to that of 56% loaded conc~~a~s at lower cost. The first type contains titanium dioxide, while the second type is a mixture with other pigments and can be used at the same letdown ratio as 5@Yo con~n~a~s. 2) A siloxane-treated blue-tone whitener SCM Che~c~s Ltd., P.G. Box 26, Grimsby, DN 3’7 8DP, (UK). RCL-628 is for high durability applications such as aircraft and au~motive corn~n~~. XL-64 is for engineering plastics. 4 01992 Elsevier Science Publishers Ltd.

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profiles. A destructive test rig similar to that in use at the Suddeu~ches Kunstoff Zentrum, the acknowledged testing and proving org~zation, showed a three point pressure test PVC

window section made of a Vest&it-Stabilox combination material. The test results were indistinguishable from those of the cadmium additive combinations.

Eump. Plastic8 Newe, 19$2,18, (Nov.), 57

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WHITE CONCEDES 1) RCL-628 2) RCL-64

CIIEMICAL TYPE 1) Titanium dioxide

PRODUCT DETAILS

FIRE RETARDANTS Unspecified Tin-based corners Joseph Storey & Co. Ltd., Heron Chemical Works, Lancaster, LA1 lQQ, (UK).

Two compounds are available. The first, zinc hydroxy stannate, is said to be the closest alternative to antimony trioxide in halogenated systems. The second material is zinc stannate which, like the hydroxy starmate, hae been registered in the EINEXS inventory. Roth materials may have synergistic affects with fillers such as alumina trihydrate and magnesium hydroxide. Roth fme retardants have been tested with a range of rubbers and plastics.

WHITE CON~E~~T~S Unspecified Compounds containing up to 86% pigment Polycom H~~rn~ Inc., 96W C~es~ut Street, Was~~n, PA 15301, (USA).

Dispensable additives claimed to provide opacity equivalent to that of 56% loaded conc~~a~s at lower cost. The first type contains titanium dioxide, while the second type is a mixture with other pigments and can be used at the same letdown ratio as 5@Yo con~n~a~s.

2) A siloxane-treated blue-tone whitener SCM Che~c~s Ltd., P.G. Box 26, Grimsby, DN 3’7 8DP, (UK).

RCL-628 is for high durability applications such as aircraft and au~motive corn~n~~. XL-64 is for engineering plastics.

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BLUE C~LOU~ PALOMAR BLUE B-4710 ~~al~y~e blue Bayer AG, W-5090, Leverkusen-Bayerwerk, (Germany).

Said to exhibit excellent stability up to 3OOOC and good lightfastness in PVC, polyolefmes and styrene-based polymers.

WHITE PIGMENT HOMBITAN RC 131 ~hlo~de-TV rutile white Saohtleben Chemie GmbH, Postfach 17 04 54, D-4100, Duisburg 12, (Germany).

Said to provide excellent brightness, dispersion, and is primarily for use in PVC and polyolefmes.

WHITE PIGMENT SACHTOLITH HD-5 Zinc sulphide Sachtleben Chemie GmbH, Postfach 1’7 04 54, D-4100, Duisburg 12, {Germany).

Designed for moulding and glass-reinforced compounds. A low- abrasion alternative to TX&.

BLACK PIGGY POLARJTE 330 SERIES Based on treated china clay ECC International, John Deay House, St Austell, Cornwall, PL25 4DJ, OJK).

For injection moulded polypropylene where the carbon black and an antioxidant is incorporated into a polymer coating and the treated material is produced in bead form, P~ic~~ly suited for automotive components.

NON-PIGMENT COLOURANTS ADVANTAGE Unspecified Milliken Chemical Co., P.O. Box 1927, M-720, Spartanburg, SC 29304, (USA).

Said to overcome some of the problems experienced when pigmented colourants are used with opaque polyolefines. Especially suited for injection moulded polythene and ~l~ropylene.

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MODIFIER FOR PVC PARALOID BTA 740

Rohm & Haas (UK) Ltd., Le&g House, 2 Masons Avenue, Croydon, Surrey, CR9 3NB, (UK).

Transparent MBS that is designed to resist oil stress crazing in vinyl bottles, and enhance the impact strength without affecting colour and/or ~~sp~ency.

BLOW~G AGENT FOR XLPE FOA&IS SIC 18/41 Az~~~~n~ide Schering Berlin Polymers Inc., 4868 Blazer Memorial Pkwy, Dublin, OH 43017, (USA).

Developmental grade that can be tailored to overcome such problems as imbalances between cross-linking and foam expansion.

BLOWING AGENT FOR XLPE FOAMS CELOGEN AZ 1901 Azo~c~bon~ide Uniroyal Inc., Chemical Group, Middlebury, CT 06749, (USA).

In powder form for batch or cont~uo~ pr~ess~. Forward to work consistently regardless of process parameters.

BLOWING AGENT Unbred 5 phenyl tetrazole Uniroyal Inc., Chemical Group, ~d~eb~, CT 66749, (USA).

Available for sampling, this liquid variation of 5 PI’ is designed for process temperatures up to 26OOC. Suitable for such polymers as polycarbonate and nylon 66.

BLOWING AGENT GRADE GRJ 11799 5 phenyl tetrazole Morton International, 385 E Joe Orr Road, Chicago Hgts, IL 60411, (USA).

In liquid form, for processing between 475 and 285OC. Said to provide even foaming and density reduction in large parts.

BLOWING AGENT UNICELL 5 PI’

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5 phenyl tetrazole Dong Jin (USA), 660 Springbrook, Saline, MI 48176, (XJSA).

PRODUCT DETAILS In powder form, with cost advantages over standard grades.

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BLOWING AGENT HOSTATRON P 1933 Endo~e~ic chemical blowing agent Hoechst AG, Postfach 80 03 20, D-W 6230, Frankfurt am Main 80, (Germany).

Has extremely fine particle size that permits cell formation in film as thin as 75 micron. For use with ~l~~pyle~ and polythene extrusion, and some polystyrene and ABS moulding.

BLOWING AGENTS SAFOAM RIC and R&X0 Endothermic chemical blowing agerits Reedy International Corp., 42 First Street, Keyport, NJ 07735, (USA).

RIG is a fine powder CBA and RX-50 is a polythene masterbatch with a 50?! concen~a~on of Safoam RIG. Both are designed for PVC and other polymers processed between 158 and 175OC.

BLOWING AGENT ~DROCEL LC-15 Unspecified Henley Chemicak/Boehringer Ingelheim, Binger Street 172, D-W 6507, ~~e~e~e~, (Gary).

For high ~rn~rat~e (270-31OOC) iqjection moulding. Is a pellitized masterbatch.

BLOWING AGENT HYDROCEL HK-20P Unaimed 2@% masterbatch Henley Chemicalmbringer Ingelheim, Binger Street 172, D-W 6507, Ingelhe~ein, (Germany).

For the foaming of polypropylene ribbon and taps. Avoids ~scoloration of part%.

ST~I~Z~~ FOR POLYESTER AND PU FOAMS TEGOSTAB B 8302 & B 8450 Silicon Th. Goldschmidt AG, Goldschmidtstrasse 100, D-W 4300 Essen 1, (Germany).

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B 8302 is said to ensure small, regular cell size and is particularly effective in fire retardant grades. B 8450 is targeted at processors of the fire retardant PU foams used in the construction industry.

PROPER~ MODIFIER FOR ABS ELVALOY EP 4051 Ethylene-based Du Pont SA, P-0. Box 50,2 Chemin du Pavillon, CH-1218 Le Grand Saconnex, (Switzerland).

Rejuvenates properties of recycled ABS, which is vulnerable because heat added in re-processing attacks the butadiene component.

PROPERTY MODIFIER FOR PET MODIFIER G Unspecified Du Pont SA, P.O. Box 50,2 Chemin du Pavillon, CH-1218 Le Grand Saconnex, (Switzerland).

~velopmen~l product said to allow reactive ex~ion alloying of reclaimed PET flake and virgin by processors using the Du Pont patented direct fabrication technology.

IMPACT MODIFIER FOR POLYCARBONATE PARALOID EXL-3657 Me~ac~la~-buta~ene-st~ene Rohm & Haas, 185 Rue de Bercy, F-75579 Paris, (France).

Acts as a toughener in polycarbonate. It provides 315OC process~g stability, and improves low-~rn~rat~e toughness in thick sections.

GLOSS ~DU~ION MODIFIER PARALOID EXL-5137A Unspecified Rohm & Haas, 185 Rue de Bercy, F-75579 Paris, (France).

Achieves the required finish on engineering plastics components without use of a textured mould etc.

PROPERTY MODIFIERS HPP 900 SERIES Ac~li~-Steele-ac~lo~t~le GE Plastics, Parkersburg Center, Fifth & Avery Strs, Parkersburg,WV 26102, (USA).

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Multi-purpose modifiers designed to enhance impact strength, processability, and heat and light resistance in polymers used primarily in automobiles.

COLOUR ENHKNCER HPP 800 Polycarbonate-based GE Plastics, P~ke~b~g Center, Fifth & Avery Sirs, Parkersburg,WV 26102, (USA).

This is aimed at improving pigment dispersion, and heat and impact resistance in engineering polymers.

PROPERTY MODIFIER EXL-4151 EXL4171 EXL-4242 EXL-4261 Gluterimide-acrylic Rohm & Haas, 185 Rue de Rercy, F-75579 Paris, (France).

This series are said to possess high-heat resistance, excellent stiffness, chemical resistance, and good barrier properties. EXL-4151 improves the melt strength and glass transition temperature of nylon 6. EXL-4171 is aimed at polycarbonate blending or as a carrier for pigments. EXL-4242 is a nonpolar product and is for use in engineering plastics. EXL-4261, also nonpolar, is for use in PET.

MODIFIER FOR PVC TYRIN 2000 Chlorinated polythene Dow Europe SA, ~~h~bels~asse 3, CH-8810 Hor~~Z~ch, (Switzerland).

For cost-effective co-extrusion and twin-screw extrusion of PVC siding. Achieves fusion at 180-19OoC.

PROPER~ MOD~IE~ 1) MODIPER A 2) MOD~~R S 3) MODIPER SC 1) Graft copolymers with polyolefm backbone and vinyl side

chains 2) and 3) styrene block copolymers Nippon Oil & Fats Co. Ltd., 10-l Yuraducho 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100, (Japan).

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Improve impact, flow, and rigidity, adhesion and paintability, as well as weatherability in polyolefmes, styrene-based polymers, and engineering thermoplastics. Modiper S and SC are said to offer low shrinkage in ~at~a~d polyesters.

IMPACT MODIFI~ROCESSI~G AID FOR PVC BAYMOD L2450 Ethylene vinyl acetate Atochem, La Defense 10, Courbevoie Cedex 42, F-92091, Paris la Defense, (France).

A weather-resistant impact modifier for PVC which also acts as a processing aid and internal lubricant.

MODIFIE~ROCESSING AID FOR PVC STAIN W-309 METABLEN P-570 Acrylics Metablen Company BV, 22 Place des Vosages, Cedex 54, F-92062, Paris la Defense, (France).

W-300 is an impact modifier designed for PVC clear and wea~erable signs. P-570 is an all-acrylic processing aid for calendering and extrusion. It has a low molecular weight.

PROCESSING AID FOR PVC PA-30 All-acrylic Kanegafuchi Chemical Industry Co. Ltd., 3, l-chome, Mo~~as~a Minato-ku, Tokyo, (Japan).

A high molecular weight compound designed to improve melt strength and surface uniformity in calendered and extruded PVC.

PROCESSING AID COWL w-440 Polymeric ester Akzo Chemicals Ltd., l-5 Queens Road, IIersham, Surrey, KTlZ 5NL, (UK).

For use in highly-clued polymers. W-440 provides a good balance between intornal and external lubrication, It improves the surface of products, impact strength and elongation at break of polymeric ~orn~nen~. In addition, melt flow index is increased and the material has some slip properties.

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FIRE ETCH ~LYC~ONATES F22 F23 F24 FC19 FC22 FC23 FC25 Based on chlorine and bromine free additive systems DSM (UK) Ltd., Kingfisher House, Redditch, Wore., B97 4E2, (UK).

PRODUCT DETAILS Seven grades available in transparent and opaque colours with UL94 V-O ratings at 3 mm thickness. F22 is a low viscosity grade. F23 has medium viscosity, and F24 is a high viscosity Fade. Each of these is available in four versions: basic stabilized, UV stabilized, a grade with improved release, and a combination of improved release and UV stabilization. FClQ, FC22, FC23, and FC25 have ULQ4 V-O ratings at 1.6 mm thickness, and viscosities ranging from very low to high.

PATENTS

US 5039,713

us 5,039,7fS

US 5039,719

US 5039,722

BLOWING AGENT FOR PU FOAMS Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Priority Date: 7 February 1991

Consists of: a) pentamethyldiethylene-thiamine and b) bis (dimethylaminopropyl) methylamine.

FILLERS ICI Priority Date: 22 May 1987

Crosslinked OlefirJacrylic polymer containing a polymer-coated filler.

GLASS FIBRE REINFORCED THERMOPLASTICS Nippon Glass Fiber Co. Ltd. Priority Date: 14 July 1989

Glass is polymer, and silane, coated.

STABILIZERS Ciba-Geigy Priority Date: 23 December 1988

Pip&dine-triazine compounds.

us 5,039,7~ ST~ILIZED SY~~TIC RESIN Adeka Argus Chemical Co. Ltd.

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