7 features of OIT n-octylisothiazolinone OIT-98

2021-11-03   Pageview:59

1, the product has a strong ability to kill mold, the use of a wide range, is a new generation of traditional paint film anti-mold agent.
2, low toxicity, easy to operate, can be added in any process.
3、The applicable pH range is wide, 5~9 can be used.
4、Uniform dispersion, no VOC , heat stable.
5、No accumulation in the environment, *easy to degrade.
6, Stable under strong UV and acid rain conditions.
7, Up to five years of outdoor weathering test results prove good effect

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Take KR-38s produced by Ken rich in the United States as an example. Its chemical composition is isopropoxy tris(dioctyl pyrophosphate) titanium.

Ken rich company Moh te et al. reported more on the application of pyrophosphate titanate in general coatings and functional coatings [2m4.112], which can be summarized into the following aspects of application performance,
It can improve the dispersibility and anti-settling effect of various cyanines, metal pigments, etc. in the organic phase, especially the dispersibility of Xianjing Blue in polyvinyl chloride and iron oxide in nylon systems. General pigments are treated with KR38s and have obvious anti-settling effect in epoxy resin.

Significantly reduce the system viscosity of inorganic substances in the organic phase ptfe powder singapore and increase the filling amount. For example, when KR-38x is used to treat γ-ferric oxide magnetic powder, the filling amount in the nylon organic phase can be as high as 90%, and it can reduce the talc powder in the polymer The viscosity of the vinyl chloride plastisol system improves the physical properties

The alumina treated by KR-38s exhibits thixotropy in amine cured epoxy resin towels.
Improve the adhesion of organic polymers to various metals, glass and inorganic materials, especially polyethylene and nylon fibers, polyethylene and polytetrafluoroethylene, ceramic and styrene butadiene copolymer rubber, brass and ethylene-propylene Adhesion between copolymers, steel and concrete, as well as polyurethane and chloroprene rubber.

In foamed fire-retardant coatings, 1% KR-38s can be used to treat pigments and fillers instead of fire-retardant ammonium dihydrogen phosphate (MAP) to produce fire-retardant effects (generally, the amount of ammonium dihydrogen phosphate is more than 20%). The titanate coupling agent acts as a blocking acid in the char formation mechanism of fireproof materials. Since the hydrophilic ammonium dihydrogen phosphate is not used, the water resistance of the coating is greatly improved.

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