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Irgastab® Cable KV10

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by BASF
Irgastab® Cable KV10 by BASF is a high performance, primary (phenolic) antioxidant and heat stabilizer for polyethylene-based wire and cable applications. It provides high efficient processing and long-term heat aging stability combined with excellent system compatibility. This sulphur-containing grade performs highest scorch resistance and simultaneously has low impact on crosslinking efficiency. Irgastab® Cable KV10 is highly effective at low levels and can be used alone without costabilizers. Recommended usage levels range between 0.05% and 0.3%.
Product Type
  • Heat Stabilizers
  • Antioxidants > Phenolics
Chemical Composition
4,6-bis (octylthiomethyl) -o-cresol
CAS Number
Physical Form
Yellow, Pale, low viscous
Product Status
Applications/ Recommended for
  • PE
  • Wiring & Cables
Food contact approval

Irgastab® Cable KV10 Properties


Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Flash Point
> 200 °C
0.98 g/ml
(At 20°C)
Vapor Pressure
2E-5 Pa
(At 20°C)

Compatiblity with other products

Find products that are predicted to be compatible with Irgastab® Cable KV10.

This list of compatible products is generated out of estimated HSP values. A practical determination of these HSP values would provide higher certainty.
Learn more about Hansen Solubility Parameters (HSP) and their use in predictive formulation.

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