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Chemstat®

Polymers additives supplied by PCC Chemax group

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PCC Chemax
Chemstat® 122 is POE (2) Cocoamine. Acts as an anti-static agent for polyethylene and polypropylene. It is approved for use in polyolefin food contact films as cited in 21CFR 178.3130. Recommended... view more
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PCC Chemax
Chemstat® 182 is an ethoxylated tallow amine. It provides internal antistatic properties polyethylene resins. Common applications include extrusion, injection and blow molding... view more
PCC Chemax
Chemstat® LD-100 is lauric diethanolamide. It is an internal antistat recommended for use in polyolefins (LDPE, HDPE and polypropylene). It is recommended when Mil Spec MIL-B-81705C is a... view more
Chemstat® LD-100/60DC is lauric diethanolamide on silica. Acts as an anti-static agent. Compatible with LLDPE, LDPE, HDPE and Polypropylene. Chemstat® LD-100/60DC should be used as an antistat when... view more
Chemstat® LX-1000 is a proprietary blend. It functions as an anti-static agent... view more
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PCC Chemax
Chemstat® P-300 is an anti-static agent for use in polyethylene... view more
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PCC Chemax
Chemstat® P-400 is polyethylene glycol. Acts as internal antistatic agent and lubricant for polyethylene resins. Recommended dosage for Chemstat® P-400 is 1.5-4.0% loading by weight... view more
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PCC Chemax
Chemstat®PS-101 is aliphatic sulfonate. It is an internal antistatic agent which is effective in most thermoplastics. It is effective in both plastic film and in molded products. It is recommended... view more
Chemstat® PS-101-PWDR is sodium alkyl sulfonate. Acts as an anti-static agent. It is compatible with ABS, PC, PS, PVC... view more
PCC Chemax
Chemstat® SE-5 is ethoxylated sorbitan ester. It is an anti-static agent. It is compatible with polyethylene... view more
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