What is the difference between silicon copper powder and polyethylene wax? Polyethylene wax refers to a low molecular weight polyethylene with a relative molecular weight of less than 10,000. The usual molecular weight range is between 1,000 and 8,000. Polyethylene wax has excellent properties and is widely used in inks, coatings, rubber processing, paper, textiles, cosmetics and other fields.
Silicone powder plays an obvious role in plastic processing, improving plastic processing fluidity and demoulding performance; reducing torque, reducing equipment wear, making mold filling easier, and reducing product defective rates. Significantly reduces the friction coefficient, improves slipperiness, improves surface gloss, enhances surface silky feel, and improves wear resistance and scratch resistance.
Polyethylene wax(PE Wax) has good chemical stability, excellent mechanical properties, electrical properties, dispersibility, fluidity, and mold release properties. It has a high softening point, low melt viscosity, high hardness, and good wear resistance. It is widely used in general plastic processing as dispersant for granules, release agent for polyolefin processing, lubricant for polyvinyl chloride plastic processing, etc.
Chemically modified polyolefin wax has improved physical properties due to the introduction of polar groups, which has expanded the application field of polyolefin wax to engineering plastics with higher performance requirements and faster development momentum.
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