IPPD; rubber anitoxidant; 1,4-Benzenediamine, N1-(1-methylethyl)-N4-phenyl-
White or Yellow powder
MELTING RANGE ('C)
0.30% max (Heating Loss)
benzene, gasoline, aromatic solvs.
Rubber AntioxidantProperties:A high activity antidegradant for natural and synthetic elastomers, provides powerful antiozonant and antioxidant properties with excellent high temperature, fatigue and flex resistance to rubber compounds. While used primarily for ozone resistance, it is a more active antioxidant than quinoline or diphenylamine based antioxidants. The product provides compound protection against catalytic degradation by copper and other heavy metals. The product has no negative effects on compound adhesion to textiles or steel cord up to levels of 2 phr. Above this concentration it may bloom and interfere with ply to ply and ply to cord adhesion. It will discolor compounds and cause severe contact and migration staining.Usage:Used in pneumatic tire components, solid tires, belts, hoses, cables, automotive mounts, bushings and general mechanical products that are exposed to continuous and intermittent dynamic operating conditions and require protection from ozonation.Note: The above information is believed to be correct but does not purport to be all inclusive and shall be used only as a guide. Parchem Trading LLC not liable for for any mislead information, safety, and precautions.
Synthetic Rubber Ingredients
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