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Tinuvin® XT 55

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by BASF
Tinuvin® XT 55 by BASF is a Hindered Amine Light Stabilizer (HALS). It is a high-performance light stabilizer, which imparts outstanding weatherability to polyolefins. The main advantage of Tinuvin® XT 55 UV & light stabilizer is its well-balanced property profile combining light and thermal stability with improved processing behavior, especially reduced water carry over during the production of tapes and monofilaments. Tinuvin® XT 55 is a highly effective light stabilizer for polyolefins and other plastics featuring powerful long-term thermal stabilization performance. It protects polymers from UV radiation and preserves the original appearance and physical integrity during weathering. The recommended concentrations range between 0.05% and 1.5%, depends on the substrate and the performance requirements of the final application.
Product Type
  • Light Stabilizers / UV Absorbers > HALS, Hindered Amines
  • Heat Stabilizers
Chemical Composition
Hindered amine derivate
Physical Form
Pellets
Appearance
White to off-white
Product Launch Date
Jun 30, 2016
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Applications/ Recommended for
  • PE
  • PP
  • Polymer protection > Weatherability (UV, moisture, Oxygen...)

Tinuvin® XT 55 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Bulk density
0.5525 g/ml
Melting range
50 °C

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