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Longmore O174S

Longmore O174S by Shanghai LanMone New Material Technology is a 3-(methacryloxyl)propyltrimethoxysilane coupling agent. It is available in colorless transparent liquid form. It exhibits easy hydrolysis, easy polymerization under over heat and condensation to form polysiloxane. It provides excellent adhesion and durability. It improves mechanical and electrical properties of a variety of thermosetting and thermoplastic resins, including glass-fiber-reinforced resins and resins that contain inorganic filler. It can significantly increase dry and wet mechanical strength. It can polymerize with vinyl acetate, acrylic acid and methyl acrylic acid monomer. It can also increase electrical properties of unsaturated polyester composite materials that are filled with silica, glass fiber, glass beads, silicates, metal powder, metal oxides and metal hydroxides. Longmore O174S is suitable for wire and cable applications.
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Product Type
Adhesion Promoters / Compatibilizers > Coupling Agents / Compatibilizers > Silanes
Chemical Composition
3-(Methacryloxyl)propyltrimethoxysilane
CAS Number
2530-85-0

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