Pentaerythritol Stearate PETS PVC Plastic Slip Agents Stablizer
|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 MT|
|Packaging Details:||25 KG/BAG|
|Delivery Time:||7-10 business days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
|Type:||Plastic Additives||Usage:||Plastic Auxiliary Agents,Leather Auxiliary Agents,Textile Auxiliary Agents|
|Appearance:||White Powder||Classification:||Chemical Auxiliary Agent|
Pentaerythritol Stearate Plastic Slip Agents,
PETS for PVC Stablizer,
Plastic Additives Pentaerythritol Stearate
Plastic Slip Agents Pentaerythritol Stearate PETS Stablizer For PVC
Pentaerythritol stearate (PETS) traits: white hard wax melting point, soluble in alcohol, benzene.
Thermal gravimetric analysis showed that, 350 ℃ when, PETS still no significant weight loss; 375 ℃, the weight loss of about 2.5%; when to 400 ℃, it began to break down (a weight loss of about 7%).Applications and Properties
1. Plasticizer: from plastic solution and a lubricant in rubber refining process.
2. Stabilizer: processing stabilizers for PVC and other polymers, plasticizers and internal lubricant.
3. Lubricant: lubricant for high-grade ingredients, rolled steel sheet metal cutting and lubricant.
4.Emollients: permeability is a good emollient for skin care products.
1 PETS at high temperatures has good thermal stability and low volatility, good release and flow properties of partially crystalline plastics have excellent nucleation can be used for transparent products. PETS outstanding thermal stability, so that it can be used to process such systems, do not worry about degradation, and it can significantly improve the transparency and surface finish. In the extrusion and molding process, PETS many polymers is an effective lubricant, recommended for PC (polycarbonate), thermoplastic polyesters (PET, PBT, etc.), PPO, PPS and other engineering thermoplastics. As the external lubricant PC, rigid PVC and other polymer systems, efficiency, allowing its usage PETS lower than most conventional lubricants, the typical amount of 0.1 to 1%. When you need thermal stability and excellent release properties, PETS is an excellent choice.
2.Pentaerythritol stearate PETS for polycarbonates and alloys, nylon (PA66, PA6), ABS, polyphenylene ether (the PPO), polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) and external lubricant and release agent; thermoplastic polyester ( other engineering thermoplastics such as PA, POM, PP, ABS, PVC, HIPS, PE lubricants and dispersants;; polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE) antistatic PBT, PET) lubricant and dispersing agent agents, lubricants, dispersants, anti-fogging agents; polystyrene (PS) antistatic agents, antifogging agents; polyvinylchloride (PVC) antistatic agents, lubricants, anti-fogging agents; polyurethane (PU) of slip agents, anti-fogging agents; thermosetting plastic lubricant. (Approved by the FDA, PETS allowed as food packaging material).
3 In the extrusion and molding process, PETS for many polymers are excellent in a performance additive. For example, in the concentrated filling masterbatch, masterbatch and flame retardant masterbatch formulations, can promote uniform dispersion of pigments, fillers or flame retardant; in glass-reinforced plastic may promote glass in the resin dispersion and combined to reduce exposure and improve product gloss. PETS outstanding thermal stability, so that it can be used for high-temperature processing such systems, without fear of degradation occurs during processing.
4.PETS with good thermal stability at high temperatures and low volatility; good release and flow properties; for partially crystalline plastics have excellent nucleation: Can be used for transparent products. In Rubber and plastic industries as plasticizers, lubricants, especially for the same time requirements for thermal stability and excellent release properties of the working conditions. From peptizing and lubrication during rubber mastication; of partially crystalline plastics have excellent nucleation can be used for transparent products; the PC as an external lubricant, rigid PVC and other polymer systems, the typical amount of 0.1 to 1%, lower than most traditional lubricants.