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LOXIOL® 8314

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Emery Oleochemicals
LOXIOL® 8314 by Emery Oleochemicals is high-mono glycerol monostearate. Acts as a lubricant, anti-blocking, slip and antistatic agent. Offers positive effects on processing. Has low volatility and high compatibility. Imparts improved rheological properties, optimized machinery output and improved surface finish of final article. Minimizes the risk of electrical discharge that may cause fire or explosion. Reduces dust accumulation that affects performance and appearance of plastic products. Improves handling during transportation, packaging and storage. Improves the surface finish. Offers prevention of surface defects caused by the separation process. Also improves the injection molding process by reducing friction and allowing for more efficient processing. Helps to minimize cycle times and allow for continuous production. LOXIOL® 8314 effectively improves the production by preventing adhesion, especially in winding of film rolls, bag production, and other packaging operations. Applications include consumer and industrial goods packaging, flooring in technical environments, and sensitive electronic components. Its recommended dosage level is 0.1-0.5%.
Product Type
  • Slip / Anti-block / Anti-tack Agents
  • Lubricants / Waxes
  • Anti-static Agents
Chemical Composition
High-mono glycerol monostearate
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