The Universal Selection Source: Polymer Additives

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Surface modified montmorillonite. Enhances mechanical properties, especially in the area of heat distortion... view more
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  • Compoundings
  • Extrusion
Surface modified montmorillonite. Enhances mechanical properties, especially in the area of heat distortion... view more
Applications
  • Compoundings
  • Extrusion
Comptabilizer agent used in epoxy resins. Used as a mineral filler, a curing accelerator. Enhances mechanical and thermal properties (for example the glass transition temperature Tg). Nearly... view more
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  • Epoxy, Epoxide Resin
Comptabilizer agent used in the polymerization of 6 Nylon. Used as a filler. Enhances mechanical, barrier and thermal properties (for example thermal stability or fire retardancy). Increases HDT... view more
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  • Polymerization
Comptabilizer agent used in the polymerization of 6 Nylon. Used as a filler. Enhances mechanical, and barrier properties. Increases HDT and reduces gas permeability. Creates a low viscosity... view more
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  • Polymerization
Comptabilizer agent used in the polymerization of meta-xylylene adipamide (MXD6). Used as a filler. Enhances mechanical and barrier properties. Increases HDT and reduces gas permeability... view more
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  • Polymerization
Comptabilizer agent used in epoxy resins. Used as a mineral filler. Enhances mechanical, barrier and thermal properties (for example the glass transition temperature Tg), chemical... view more
Applications
  • Epoxy, Epoxide Resin
Comptabilizer agent used in the extrusion compounding of 6 Nylon. Used as a filler. Enhances mechanical properties (heat distortion). Can be used in both low and high viscosity nylons. Decreases... view more
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  • Extrusion
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