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Mayzo Offers UV & Antioxidant Blends to Meet Additive Supply Shortage

Published on 2021-08-27. Edited By : SpecialChem

Supply-DemandMayzo offers UV & Antioxidant chemical additive blends as a good replacement option for individual additives. The blends act as alternative options for those looking for individual supplies of UV and Antioxidant additives and ultimately offer a solution to the current shortage of materials.

Overcome Individual Additives’ Shortage

The synergistic properties of Mayzo’s additive blends enable manufacturers to reduce their consumption of additives. This gives companies the ability to overcome shortages of individual additive components they would need to purchase.

Our innovative chemistries and business model keep products safe, clean and make manufacturing easier. You can be confident when switching over to Mayzo’s UV & Antioxidant blends; they will meet your high-quality performance requirements and save you money,” states Eduardo Padilla, President of Mayzo Inc. “If you are facing a shortage of UV Absorbers or Antioxidants, reach out to our team to discuss your requirements.

Below is a list of UV absorbers or Antioxidant blends available from Mazyo:

  • BLS 2056: Multiple UV absorbers have a broad absorption spectrum. Superior performance in plastics, adhesives, candles, sealants coatings, and elastomers.
  • BLS 2950: Multiple UV Absorber and light stabilizers system developed for use in hot melt adhesives.
  • BLX 1386: Blends of Antioxidants and light stabilizers that provide excellent resistance to thermal oxidation and improved light stability.For hot melt adhesives applications.
  • BLX 2932, BLX 3010: Blend of Antioxidants and light stabilizers, which provides excellent resistance in polyurethanes, is also suitable for adhesives, sealants, and coatings.
  • Custom Blends: Mayzo has the experience and capabilities to customize blends for your specific needs.

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Source: Mayzo
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