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Rubber Chemicals

The range of rubber chemicals covering Accelerators, Antioxidants, Antiozonants, Retarders & Peptisers which are regularly used by rubber industries, for various applications

1. ACCLERATORS
2. ANTIOXIDANTS
3. RETARDERS
4. PEPTISERS

Zinc Oxide(White Seal)
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Zinc oxide is an inorganic compound with the formula ZnO. ZnO is a white powder that is insoluble in water, and it is widely used as an additive in numerous materials and products including rubbers, plastics, ceramics, glass, cement, lubricants,[5] paints, ointments, adhesives, sealants, pigments, foods, batteries, ferrites, fire retardants, and first-aid tapes. Although it occurs naturally as the mineral zincite, most zinc oxide is produced synthetically.[6]

ZnO is a wide-bandgap semiconductor of the II-VI semiconductor group. The native doping of the semiconductor due to oxygen vacancies or zinc interstitials is n-type.[7] This semiconductor has several favorable properties, including good transparency, high electron mobility, wide bandgap, and strong room-temperature luminescence. Those properties are valuable in emerging applications for: transparent electrodes in liquid crystal displays, energy-saving or heat-protecting windows, and electronics as thin-film transistors and light-emitting diodes.

Applications

The applications of zinc oxide powder are numerous, and the principal ones are summarized below. Most applications exploit the reactivity of the oxide as a precursor to other zinc compounds. For material science applications, zinc oxide has high refractive index, high thermal conductivity, binding, antibacterial and UV-protection properties. Consequently, it is added into materials and products including plastics, ceramics, glass, cement,[52] rubber, lubricants,[5] paints, ointments, adhesive, sealants, concrete manufacturing, pigments, foods, batteries, ferrites, fire retardants, etc.[53]

Rubber manufacture

Between 50% and 60% of ZnO use is in the rubber industry.[54] Zinc oxide along with stearic acid is used in the vulcanization of rubber[22][55][56] ZnO additive also protect rubber from fungi (see medical applications) and UV light.

Ceramic industry

Ceramic industry consumes a significant amount of zinc oxide, in particular in ceramic glaze and frit compositions. The relatively high heat capacity, thermal conductivity and high temperature stability of ZnO coupled with a comparatively low coefficient of expansion are desirable properties in the production of ceramics. ZnO affects the melting point and optical properties of the glazes, enamels, and ceramic formulations. Zinc oxide as a low expansion, secondary flux improves the elasticity of glazes by reducing the change in viscosity as a function of temperature and helps prevent crazing and shivering. By substituting ZnO for BaO and PbO, the heat capacity is decreased and the thermal conductivity is increased. Zinc in small amounts improves the development of glossy and brilliant surfaces. However, in moderate to high amounts, it produces matte and crystalline surfaces. With regard to color, zinc has a complicated influence.[54]



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Magnesium Oxide
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Magnesium oxide (MgO), or magnesia, is a white hygroscopic solid mineral that occurs naturally as periclase and is a source of magnesium (see also oxide). It has an empirical formula of MgO and consists of a lattice of Mg2+ ions and O2− ions held together by ionic bonding. Magnesium hydroxide forms in the presence of water (MgO + H2O → Mg(OH)2), but it can be reversed by heating it to separate moisture.

Magnesium oxide was historically known as magnesia alba (literally, the white mineral from magnesia – other sources give magnesia alba as MgCO3), to differentiate it from magnesia negra, a black mineral containing what is now known as manganese.

While "magnesium oxide" normally refers to MgO, magnesium peroxide MgO2 is also known as a compound. According to evolutionary crystal structure prediction,[8] MgO2 is thermodynamically stable at pressures above 116 GPa (gigapascals), and a semiconducting suboxide Mg3O2 is thermodynamically stable above 500 GPa. Because of its stability, MgO is used as a model system for investigating vibrational properties of crystals.[9]

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MgO is prized as a refractory material, i.e. a solid that is physically and chemically stable at high temperatures. It has two useful attributes: high thermal conductivity and low electrical conductivity. "By far the largest consumer of magnesia worldwide is the refractory industry, which consumed about 56 % of the magnesia in the United States in 2004, the remaining 44 % being used in agricultural, chemical, construction, environmental, and other industrial applications."[12] MgO is used as a basic refractory material for crucibles.

It is a principal fireproofing ingredient in construction materials. As a construction material, magnesium oxide wallboards have several attractive characteristics: fire resistance, termite resistance, moisture resistance, mold and mildew resistance, and strength.




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Calcium Oxide
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Calcium oxide (CaO), commonly known as quicklime or burnt lime, is a widely used chemical compound. It is a white, caustic, alkaline, crystalline solid at room temperature. The broadly used term lime connotes calcium-containing inorganic materials, in which carbonates, oxides and hydroxides of calcium, silicon, magnesium, aluminium, and iron predominate. By contrast, quicklime specifically applies to the single chemical compound calcium oxide. Calcium oxide that survives processing without reacting in building products such as cement is called free lime.[5]

Quicklime is relatively inexpensive. Both it and a chemical derivative (calcium hydroxide, of which quicklime is the base anhydride) are important commodity chemicals.

  • he major use of quicklime is in the basic oxygen steelmaking (BOS) process. Its usage varies from about 30–50 kg/t of steel. The quicklime neutralizes the acidic oxides, SiO2, Al2O3, and Fe2O3, to produce a basic molten slag.[8]
  • Ground quicklime is used in the production of aerated concrete blocks, with densities of ca. 0.6–1.0 g/cm³.[8]
  • Quicklime and hydrated lime can considerably increase the load carrying capacity of clay-containing soils. They do this by reacting with finely divided silica and alumina to produce calcium silicates and aluminates, which possess cementing properties.[8]
  • Small quantities of quicklime are used in other processes; e.g., the production of glass, calcium aluminate cement, and organic chemicals.[8]
  • Heat Quicklime releases Thermal energy by the formation of the hydrate, calcium hydroxide, by the following equation[9]
CaO (s) + H2O (l) Ca(OH)2 (aq) (ΔHr = −63.7 kJ/mol of CaO) As it hydrates, an exothermic reaction results and the solid puffs up. The hydrate can be reconverted to quicklime by removing the water by heating it to redness to reverse the hydration reaction. One litre of water combines with approximately 3.1 kilograms (6.8 lb) of quicklime to give calcium hydroxide plus 3.54 MJ of energy. This process can be used to provide a convenient portable source of heat, as for on-the-spot food warming in a self-heating can, cooking, and heating water without open flames. Several companies sell cooking kits using this heating method.[10]
  • Light When quicklime is heated to 2,400 °C (4,350 °F), it emits an intense glow. This form of illumination is known as a limelight, and was used broadly in theatrical productions prior to the invention of electric lighting.[11]
  • Cement Calcium oxide is a key ingredient for the process of making cement.
  • As a cheap and widely available alkali. About 50% of the total quicklime production is converted to calcium hydroxide before use. Both quick- and hydrated lime are used in the treatment of drinking water.[8]
  • Petroleum industry Water detection pastes contain a mix of calcium oxide and phenolphthalein. Should this paste come into contact with water in a fuel storage tank, the CaO reacts with the water to form calcium hydroxide. Calcium hydroxide has a high enough pH to turn the phenolphthalein a vivid purplish-pink color, thus indicating the presence of water.
  • Paper Calcium oxide is used to regenerate sodium hydroxide from sodium carbonate in the chemical recovery at Kraft pulp mills.


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Sulphur Powder
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Sulfur is a chemical element with symbol S and atomic number 16. It is abundant, multivalent, and nonmetallic. Under normal conditions, sulfur atoms form cyclic octatomic molecules with a chemical formula S8. Elemental sulfur is a bright yellow crystalline solid at room temperature. Chemically, sulfur reacts with all elements except for gold, platinum, iridium, tellurium, and the noble gases.

Sulfur is the tenth most

common element by mass in the universe, and the fifth most common on Earth. Though sometimes found in pure, native form, sulfur on Earth usually occurs as sulfide and sulfate minerals. Being abundant in native form, sulfur was known in ancient times, being mentioned for its uses in ancient India, ancient Greece, China, and Egypt. In the Bible, sulfur is called brimstone.[4] Today, almost all elemental sulfur is produced as a byproduct of removing sulfur-containing contaminants from natural gas and petroleum. The greatest commercial use of the element is the production of sulfuric acid for sulfate and phosphate fertilizers, and other chemical processes. The element sulfur is used in matches, insecticides, and fungicides. Many sulfur compounds are odoriferous, and the smells of odorized natural gas, skunk scent, grapefruit, and garlic are due to organosulfur compounds. Hydrogen sulfide gives the characteristic odor to rotting eggs and other biological processes.

Sulfur is an essential element for all life, but almost always in the form of organosulfur compounds or metal sulfides. Three amino acids (cysteine, cystine, and methionine) and two vitamins (biotin and thiamine) are organosulfur compounds. Many cofactors also contain sulfur including glutathione and thioredoxin and iron–sulfur proteins. Disulfides, S–S bonds, confer mechanical strength and insolubility of the protein keratin, found in outer skin, hair, and feathers. Sulfur is one of the core chemical elements needed for biochemical functioning and is an elemental macronutrient for all living organisms.

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Petroleum Resin
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Hydrocarbon resin is a C5/C9 aromatic hydrocarbon used in industrial applications. It has a tackifying effect and is suitable for use in paint, printing ink, adhesives, rubber and other areas where tackiness is required.[1]

It is a kind of thermal plasticizing hydrocarbon resin produced by C5, C9 fraction, by-products of petroleum cracking, through pretreatment, polymerization and distillation. It is not a high polymer but a low polymer with the molecular weight between 300-3000. Featured by acid value, easy mutual solubilities, resistant to water, resistant to ethanol and chemicals. It has the chemical stabilizing property to acid and alkaline, viscosity adjusting and thermal stabilizing, Generally, the petroleum resins are not used independently, but have to be used together with other kinds of resins as promoters, adjusting agents and modifiers in hot-melt adhesive, pressure-sensitive adhesive, hot melt road marking paint,[2] rubber tires and so on.



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Carbon Black
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ColorBlack

Carbon black (subtypes are acetylene black, channel black, furnace black, lamp black and thermal black) is a material produced by the incomplete combustion of heavy petroleum products such as FCC tar, coal tar, ethylene cracking tar, with the addition of a small amount of vegetable oil.[citation needed] Carbon black is a form of paracrystalline carbon that has a high surface-area-to-volume ratio, albeit lower than that of activated carbon. It is dissimilar to soot in its much higher surface-area-to-volume ratio and significantly lower (negligible and non-bioavailable) PAH (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon) content. However, carbon black is widely used as a model compound for diesel soot for diesel oxidation experiments.[1] Carbon black is mainly used as a reinforcing filler in tires and other rubber products. In plastics, paints, and inks, carbon black is used as a color pigment.[2]

The current International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) evaluation is that, "Carbon black is possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B)".[3] Short-term exposure to high concentrations of carbon black dust may produce discomfort to the upper respiratory tract, through mechanical irritation.

Common uses

Total production was around 8,100,000 metric tons (8,900,000 short tons) in 2006.[4] Global consumption of carbon black, estimated at 13.2 million metric tons, valued at US$13.7 billion, in 2015, is expected to reach 13.9 million metric tons, valued at US$14.4 billion in 2016. Global consumption is forecast to maintain a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 5.6% between 2016 and 2022, reaching 19.2 million metric tons, valued at US$20.4 billion, by 2022.[5] The most common use (70%) of carbon black is as a pigment and reinforcing phase in automobile tires. Carbon black also helps conduct heat away from the tread and belt area of the tire, reducing thermal damage and increasing tire life. About 20% of world production goes into belts, hoses, and other non-tire rubber goods. The balance is mainly used as a pigment in inks, coatings and plastics. For example, it is added to polypropylene because it absorbs ultraviolet radiation, which otherwise causes the material to degrade. Carbon black particles are also employed in some radar absorbent materials, in photocopier and laser printer toner, and in other inks and paints. The high tinting strength and stability of carbon black has also provided use in coloring of resins and films.[6] Carbon black has been used in various applications for electronics. A good conductor of electricity, carbon black is used as a filler mixed in plastics, elastomer, films, adhesives, and paints.[6] It is used as an antistatic additive agent in automobile fuel caps and pipes.



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Silane Coupling Agents
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Physical StateLiquid

Silane coupling agents belong to a class of organosilane compounds having at least two reactive groups of different types bonded to the silicon atom in a molecule. One of the reactive groups of different types (ex. methoxy, ethoxy and silanolic hydroxy groups) is reactive with various inorganic materials such as glass, metals, silica sand and the like to form a chemical bond with the surface of the inorganic material while the other of the reactive groups (ex, vinyl, epoxy, methacryl, amino and mercapto groups) is reactive with various kinds of organic materials or synthetic resins to form a chemical bond.

As a result of possessing these two types of reactive groups, silane coupling agents are capable of providing chemical bonding between an organic material and an inorganic material.

This unique property of silane coupling agents is utilized widely in the application of the silane coupling agents for the surface treatment of glass fiber products, performance improvement of fiber-reinforced plastics by the direct admixture to the synthetic resin, improvement of paints and other coating materials and adhesives, modification of surface properties of inorganic fillers, surface priming of various substrate materials, etc.

When a silane coupling agent is used in a thermosetting resin-based fiber-reinforced material, remarkable improvements are obtained in the mechanical and electrical properties of the material and the effect is more remarkable when the material is used in a wet or humid condition.

Application of silane coupling agents to thermoplastic resin-based fiber-reinforced materials is also actively performed along with the efforts to develop a silane coupling agent having further enhanced coupling effects

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Precipitated Silica
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Precipitated silica is a silica (SiO2) produced by precipitation from a solution containing silicate salts. In 1999, more than one million tons were produced, mainly for use in tires and shoe soles.
Applications
  • Filler, softener and performance improvement in rubber and plastics
  • Cleaning, thickening and polishing agent in toothpastes for oral health care
  • Food processing and pharmaceuticals additive as anti-caking, thickening agent, absorbent to make liquids into powders.
  • Food rheology modifier
  • Defoamer


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Azodicarbonamide (ADC) - Blowing Agent
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SPECIFICATION
PROPERTIESUNITSUPERFINE
ADC 2300*
SUPERFINE ADC 6075*SUPERFINE
ADC SG*
SUPERFINE
ADC SP08
SUPERFINE ADC 6A06SUPERFINE ADC 14DSUPERFINE
ADC EV
SUPERFINE ADC PT
 
Physical AppearanceFine PowderOrange YellowOrange YellowOrange YellowOrange YellowOrange YellowPale YellowPale YellowPale Yellow
Decomposition Temp.
(open Capillary tube method)
degC198 ± 2198 ± -2198 ± -2175 ± 3198 ± 2135 ± 2130 ± 5125 ± 5
Mesh (+300BSS)% w/w0.2 max.0.2 max.0.2 max.0.5 max.0.2 max.0.5 max.0.5 max.0.5 max.
Moisture Content% max.0.2 max.0.2 max.0.2 max.0.5 max.0.2 max.0.5 max.0.5 max.0.5 max.
pH(5% aq. Suspension at 27 deg C) 7.0 - 7.57.0 ± -7.57.0 + -7.58.0 ± 0.57.0 ± 7.58.5 ± -0.58.5 ± 0.58 ± 0.5
Average Particle Diameter
(Measured on Malvern Master Sizer)
micron5.5 ± 0.57± 0.515± 0.5 10± 0.5   
Gas Content @ STPml / grm230 ± -5230 ± 5235 + -5190 ± 5230 ± 5135 ± 5135 ± 5125 ± 5
Packingkg/bag2525252525252525
 


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Di-Nitroso Pentamethylene Tetramine (DNPT)
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Rubber Blowing Agent is a chemical added to rubbers that generates inert gases on heating, causing the resin to assume a cellular structure. It is also known as foaming agent. Our company specialises in the production and distribution of highly acclaimed Rubber Blowing Agent that is also reckoned as Dinitroso Pentamethylene Tetramine. It has a number of applications in Rubber and Plastic industry. It is widely used in rubber processing to produce sponges and expanded rubber. MICROFOAM DNPT is used in Footwear Industry, Hawai Chappals, Rubber Slipper, Light Weight Slipper, Shoes, etc. Our MICROFOAM DNPT is also used in the production of cellular rubber products, cellular ceramics, extrusions of profiles, sheets, pipes & wire coatings and Seals for crown corks and door sealing strips. We have carved a niche as one of the prominent Rubber Blowing Agent Manufacturers and Dinitroso Pentamethylene Tetramine Exporters in India.

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Chemical Name

Di-Nitroso Pentamethylene Tetramine (DNPT)

CAS No.

101-25-7

UN No.

3224

Formula

(NO)2 (CH)5 N5

Moleculer Weight

186

Bulk Density of Pure DNPT

0.793

Reactivity With Acid /Acidic Salts

Highly reactive leading to decomposition/fire



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Rubber Accelerators
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TMT - MBTS - MBT - F CBS/CZ - ZDC/LDA / ZDBS -
ZMBT - MOR - DPG - TMTM - (ZEPC) - OCD/ODRNA-
22/ETU - DPTT - MBC/MDBC – TETD

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Stearic Acid
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Stearic Acid

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Methyl Ethyl Ketone, CAS.:78-93-3, C₄H₈NO
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General Identifiers

Chemical NameMethyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK)
CAS Number78-93-3
Molecular FormulaC₄H₈NO
EC Number201-159-0
IUPAC NameButan-2-one
SynonymsMEK, 2-Butanone, Ethyl methyl ketone, MEK - deprecated, Methylpropanone, Methylacetone

General Details

Purity range90% to 99.99%
Packaging SizeUpto 200 litres
Packaging TypeDrum

Chemical Properties

Molecular Weight72.107 g/mol
Density1.075 g/mL at 20°C
Melting Point−86°C
Boiling Point79.64°C
Solubility in water27.5 g/100 mL
Vapor pressure78 mmHg (20°C)
Acidity14.7 (pKa)
Refractive index1.3788
Viscosity0.43 cP at 20°C
Flash Point-6°C
Auto Ignition Temperature515°C
Freezing Point-86°C
Surface Tension at 20°C25 mN/m at 20°C
Specific Heat at 20°C2.19 kJ/kg/°C
Thermal Conductivity0.15 W/m/°C at 20°C

Physical Properties

Physical FormLiquid
ColorColorless
OdorMint or acetone-like
Shelf LifeStable during transport

Safety Profile

Hazard StatementH225: Highly Flammable liquid and vapor
H319: Causes serious eye irritation
H336: May cause drowsiness or dizziness
PrecautionLiquid causes eye burn and irritates eyes, nose, and throat. It can cause headache, dizziness, nausea, weakness, and loss of consciousness.
Use dilution methods. Workshops must be properly ventilated. Storage areas must be properly checked. Disposal of solvent includes soacking it in rags covered by containers. Use of Face Mask, Headcover, full body PPE is recommended. The control of fire hazards is also important, since many of the solvents are highly flammable.


Application

  • Used in cleaning fluids.
  • Used as a raw material to make other chemicals.
  • Used as a solvent

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