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Handbook of

Adhesive Chemical and
Compounding Ingredients
Second Edition
Compiled by
Michael and Irene Ash

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Preface
Adhesive manufacture represents an $30 billion a year global activity; toxicology, storage, precautions, etc.
industry. The market for adhesive products spans a diverse
range of industries including: electrical and electronic systems, Part II- ChemicalComponent Cross-Referencecovers more
packaging, consumer goods, medical and dental products, con- than 2500 chemicals and materials that are contained in the
struction and building materials, industrial assemblies, paper, trade name products profiled in Part I or generic chemicals that
and transportation. The primary categories of adhesives are: are not linked to trade names but are used in the formulation of
hot-melt, pressure-sensitive, protein-based, radiation-curable, adhesives. Each entry contains information including the fol-
heat-sealing, heat-activated, rubber-based,thermoplastic, ther- lowing: CAS (ChemicalAbstract Service), ElNECSlELlNCS(Eu-
mosetting, solventborne, and waterborne. ropean Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances/
European List of Notified Chemical Substances), and UNlDOT
The Handbook of Adhesive Chemical And Compounding reference numbers, classification, definition, chemical synonyms,
lngredients, now in its Second Edition, has been extensively empirical and molecular formulas, properties, toxicology, pre-
updated and contains the most comprehensivecoverage avail- cautions, storage, uses, use level, regulatory details, manufac-
able on raw materialsthat are used in the manufactureof adhe- turers and distributors. All chemicallmaterial synonyms are
sives. This reference includes informationon the following types cross-referenced back to the main entry. Entries, in this sec-
of chemicals and materials:Accelerators; Adhesion promoters, tion, include a listing of the trade name products that are either
Antiblockingagents; Antioxidants; Antimicrobials, Antisag agents, equivalent to this chemical or contain it as one of its ingredients.
Antitack agents; Bases; Bleaches; Catalysts; Colloidal stabiliz-
ers; Crosslinking agents; Defoamers; Curing agents, Dispers- Part 111- Functiona~App/ication Index is a powerful tool for
ants; Dyes; Extenders; Fillers; Film-formers, Flame retardants, locating the trade names and chemicals based on their function
Gloss aids, Hardeners, Humectants; Insolubilizers; Liquifiers; andlor industrial application area. By searching for key func-
Pigments; Plasticizers; Polymers, Preservatives; Processing tional words such as solvent, tackifier, waterproofing agent, etc.,
aids; Reinforcing agents, Resins, Rosins, Softeners; Solvents; combined with a specific application area, such as hot-melt,
Stabilizers, Tackifiers; ThickenerslViscosity control agents; UV construction, dental products, industrial assemblies, etc., the
absorbers; Vulcanizing agents; Waxes, Waterproofing agents; user is directed to the trade names andlor chemicals that have
Wetting agents. that specific functionallapplication attribute. The generic com-
ponent names are distinguishedfrom the trade names by bold-
The selection of raw materialsfor a specific adhesive product is faced type.
a complex process that includes evaluation of essential factors
such as: adhesive type, materials to be joined (e.g., texture of Part IV- Manufacturers Directory contains detailed contact
substrates), processing conditions, product requirements, ex- information for the more than 3600 worldwide manufacturers
pected usage, cost constraints, end-use environmental condi- and their branches of trade name products and chemical com-
tions (UV light, solvents, temperature)and regulatoryconstraints. ponents that are referenced in this handbook. Wherever pos-
sible, telephone, telefax, toll-free numbers, e-mail and Internet
This reference is organized so that the reader can access the addresses, and complete mailing addresses are included for
information on adhesive ingredients based on the trade name, each manufacturer.
chemical components, functions and application areas, manu-
facturer, CAS number, and EINECSlELlNCS number. Appendix
CAS Number lndexcontains CAS number entries followed by
The book is divided into four parts and includes three indexes a listing of their trade name product and chemical equivalents in
and a Glossary in the Appendix: alphabetical order. The chemical name is in boldfaced type.

Part I- Trade Name Reference provides an alphabetical list- €lN€CS/€LlNcS Number lndex contains EINECSlELINCS
ing of approximately 7000 trade name chemicals and materials number entries followed by a listing of its trade name product
that are used in formulating adhesive products. Each entry in- and generic chemical equivalents in alphabetical order. The
cludes the manufacturer'sname; chemicallmaterialdescription; chemical name is in boldfaced type.
its detailed functions and applications in all aspects of industry;
physical properties, such as form, molecular weight, density, US FDA Regulatory Numberlndexcontains the trade names
solubility, boiling point, cloud point, flash point, pH, freezing point, and chemicals that have been approved as adhesive ingredi-

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ents for articles intended for use in packaging, transporting, or their reference library We are also pleasedto provide this refer-
holding food. The chemical name is in boldfaced type. ence as an electronic product.

Glossary contains definitions of terminology associated with This reference is the culmination of many years of research,
adhesive chemicals and materials. investigationof product sources acquired through personal con-
tacts and correspondences with major chemical manufacturers
We are confident that those involved in any aspect of the adhe- worldwide, as well as toxicological databases, chemical refer-
sive industry will find this compendium an important addition to ence books, trade magazines and journals.

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Contents
Preface ....................................................................................................................................................... vii
Abbreviations ........................................................................................................................................................ ix
Part I Trade Name Reference .................................................................................................................. 1
Part II Chemical Component Cross Reference ................................................................................... 619
Part 111 FunctionallApplicationIndex .................................................................................................... 971
Part IV Manufacturers Directory .......................................................................................................... 1111

Appendix .................................................................................................................................................... 1165
CAS Number Index ................................................................................................................... 1167
ElNECSlELlNCS Number Index ................................................................................................ 1197
US FDA Regulatory Number Index ......................................................................................... 1212
Glossary ................................................................................................................................... 1224
Part I
Trade Name Reference
# I Oil [CasChem] rubber using a single-dip system
Chem. Descrip.: Castor oil, tech. Properties: Tenacity 7.8 gld; shrinkage 4.5% (350 F); toughness 0.39 gld
CAS 8001-79-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-293-8 2-PyroP [ISP]
Uses: Plasticizer, tackifier, penetrant for adhesives, inks, coatings, seal- Chem. Descrip.: 2-Pyrrolidone
ants; industrial lubricants; pigment dispersion in coatings; leather soft- CAS 616-45-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 204-648-7
enerlpreserver; solubilizer for detergents; plasticizer, mold release for Uses: Monomer for polypyrrolidone; solvent for polymers, insecticides,
rubber; waxes and polishes; textile processing polyhydroxylic alcohols, sugars, iodine, specialty inks; used in petrol.
features: Tech. grade for industrial use processing and acrylonitrile mfg.; solvent, solubilizer, intermediate for
Properties: Gardner 2 t oil; sp.gr. 0.959; visc. 7.5 stokes; pour pt. -10 F; pharmaceuticals;plasticizerlcoalescingagent for acrylic latexes, acrylic-
acid no. 2; iodine no. 86; sapon. no. 180; hyd. no. 158 styrene copolymers in emulsion-type floor coatings; intermediate for N-
# I 5 Oil [CasChem] methylolderivs., alkaloids relatedto peganine, amino-butyricacid derivs.;
Chem. Descrip.: Polymerized castor oil adhesives
Uses: Pigment wetting agentldispersant; plasticizerfor resins, gums, poly- Properties: Liq.; solidifies below 25 C; misc. with water, ethanol, ethyl
mers; lubricant; penetrant; coupling solvent; adhesion promoter; for cel- ether, chloroform, benzene, ethyl acetate, CS,; insol. in aliphatic hydro-
lulose lacquers, inks, adhesives, industrial lubricants, polishes, caulks, carbons; sp.gr. 0.11 (294 C); visc. 13.3 cp; m.p. 25 C; b.p. 245 C; flash
leather dressing, hydraulic fluids; rubber compding. pt. (OC) 130 C
Regu/atory: FDA approval Precaution: Noncorrosive; low fire hazard
Properties: Gardner 11color; sp.gr. 1.013; visc. 250 stokes; pour pt. 35 F; 4-K [Oglebay Norton]
acid no. 14; iodine no. 64; sapon. no. 220; hyd. no. 137 Chem. Descrip.: Mica
#30 Oil [CasChem] CAS 12001-26-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 310-127-6
Chem. Descrip.: Polymerized castor oil
Uses: Pigment wetting agentldispersant; plasticizerfor resins, gums, poly- Uses: Filler forjoint compds., adhesives, sealants, foundry coatings, elec-
mers; lubricant, penetrant, coupling solvent, adhesion promoter for cel- trode coatings; antisticking agent in rubber roofing; reinforcing agent
(inc. stiffness, prevents warping, improves dimensional stability) in ther-
lulose lacquers, inks, adhesives, industrial lubricants, polishes, caulks,
leather dressing, hydraulic fluids, rubber compding. moplastic resin composites; insulator aiding dielec. props. in thermoset
Regu/atory: FDA approval resin composites
Properties: Gardner 13 visc. liq.; sp.gr. 1.019; visc. 500 stokes; pour pt. features: Reduces shrinkage, cracking in adhesives
45 F; acid no. 13; iodine no. 63; sapon. no. 220; hyd. no. 136 Properties: 54 v median size; bulk dens. 16 Iblft3
#40 Oil [CasChem] 10 WOLLASTOCOAT@ [Nyco Mins.]
Chem. Descrip.: Surface-modified wollastonite
Chem. Descrip.: Polymerized castor oil
Chem. Analysis: SiO, (51%), CaO (47.5%)
Uses: Pigment wetting agentldispersant; plasticizerfor resins, gums, poly- Uses: Filler, additive for plastics, coating, friction, refractory, ceramic, con-
mers; lubricant, penetrant, coupling solvent, adhesion promoter for cel- struction, elastomer, sealant, and adhesive applics., for nylon, phenolic
lulose lacquers, inks, adhesives, industrial lubricants, polishes, caulks, molding compds., epoxy, polyester, PUlpolyurea
leather dressing, hydraulic fluids, rubber compding. Features: Cost-effective functional filler; surf. modifications can improve
Regu/atory: FDA approval processing, bonding between resin and filler, mech. and phys. props.,
Properties: Gardner 14 color; sp.gr. 1.020; visc. 800 stokes; pour pt. 50 F; material handling and warehousing, etc.
acid no. 13; iodine no. 60; sapon. no. 225; hyd. no. 135 Properties: Wh. acicular powd., faint odor; 3 pm median particle size;
1W70,1W73 [Honeywell Perf. Fibers] 100% -20 v, 96% -10 v; fineness Hegman 6-7; sol. 0.01 gll00 cc in
Chem. Descrip.: Polyester water; sp.gr. 2.9; dens. 24.2 lblsolid gal; bulk dens. 0.48 glcc (loose);
Uses: Reinforcing material for in-rubber composites providing high str. bulk value 0.0413 galllb; surf. area 4.1 m’lg; oil absorp. 24; GE bright-
and low elong.; 1W73 has a special finish to make it adhesive active for ness 95; m.p. 1540 C; ref. index 1.63; pH 9.9 (10% slurry); hardness
exc. adhesion to rubber using a single-dip adhesive system (Mohs) 4.5; > 99% wollastonite, < 1% proprietary treatments
Properties: Tenacity 8.9 gld; shrinkage 8.5% (350 F); toughness 0.7 gld Toxico/ogy: Nuisance dust, TLVmnlA 10 mglm3(8 h, total dust); long-term
1W74 [Honeywell Perf. Fibers] cumulative inh. can cause restriction of airways; may cause minor skin
Chem. Descrip.: Polyester irritation
Uses: Reinforcing material for in-rubber composites providing low shrink- Precaution: Surf. treatments may oxidize or decomp. at elevated temps.;
age and special adhesive active finish; its toughness and exc. impact burning may produce sm. amts. of oxides of carbon, silicon, nitrogen, or
resist. make it ideal for conveyor belt applics. sulfur
Properties: Tenacity 8.3 gld; shrinkage 2% (350 F); toughness 0.9 gld Storage: Keep dry and cool in original shipping containers until use
1x33 [Honeywell Perf. Fibers] 45-55 Mastic Asphalt Filler [Omya UK]
Chem. Descrip.: Polyester Chem. Descrip.: Limestone
Uses: Reinforcingmaterial for in-rubber composites providing lower elong.
Chem.Analysis: CaCO, (98.5%), SiO, (0.6%), AI,O, (0.4%, Fe,O, (O.l%),
and lower shrinkage than 1W70 and superior part-load and high dimen- moisture (< 0.1%)
sional stability; special adhesive active finish provides exc. adhesion to
rubber using a single-dip system CAS 1317-65-3
Properties: Tenacity 7.8 gld; shrinkage 4.5% (350 F); toughness 0.39 gld Uses: Mastic asphalt filler for building and civil engineering
1X40,1X43 [Honeywell Perf. Fibers] Properties: 0.5% on 2.36 mm sieve; 50% on 75 vm sieve; sp.gr. 2.7
Chem. Descrip.: Polyester 142 Solvent 66/3 [CITGO Petrol.]
Uses: Reinforcing material for in-rubber composites; designed as rayon Chem. Descrip.: Stoddard solvent
replacement; offers highest dimensionalstability at cost-effectivereplace- CAS 8052-41-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 265-198-5
ment factor; special adhesive active finish provides exc. adhesion to UN 1268

TRADE NAME REFERENCE 3
400 WOLLASTOCOAT@

Uses: Solvent; food pkg. adhesives; in surf. lubricants for mfg. of food- antistat, binder, chelating agent, flexibilizer, humectant, plasticizer, soft-
contact metallic articles ener in paper; antistat, chelating agent, humectant in textiles
Features: Med. boiling; hydrotreated to reduce aromatics and olefins; Features: Noncrystallizing
meets definition of non-photochemicallyreactive as defined by 66l3 Rule Abalyn@ [Eastman]
requirements Chem. Descrip.: Methyl rosinate
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 178.3620, 178.3910; SARA 53021 CAS 68186-14-1; ElNECSlELlNCS 269-035-9
304 nonreportable, 5311l312 acute healthlchronic healthlfire hazard, Uses: Softener, tackifier for NR, SBR, reclaimed rubber, chlorinated rub-
5313 nonreponable; Calif. Prop. 65 nonreponable; may contain detect- ber, IIR, EVA, CR, polyisobutylene, PS; improves processing and pig-
able amts. 1,35trimethylbenzene ment disp.; tackifier for cements; surf.-wetting properties; used in lac-
Properties: Colorless transparent liq.; It. paraffinic hydrocarbon odor; neg- quers, inks, paper coatings, varnishes, adhesives, sealing compds., plas-
ligible sol. in cold water (< 0.01%); sp.gr. 0.768-0.820 (60l60 F); dens. tics, rubber, wood preservatives, and perfumes
6.61 lblgal (15.6 C); visc. 1.72 cSt (20 C); vapor pressure 2.9 mm Hg Properties: Amber visc. liq.; sol. in esters, ketones, alcohols, ethers, petrol.
(20 C); f.p. -85 to -25 C; b.p. 188-207 C; flash pt. (TCC) 61-63 C; hydrocarbons, and veg. and min. oils; water-insol.; sp.gr. 1.03; dens.
autoignition temp. 235 C; ref. index 1.4319 (20 C); KB value 31; VOC 1.03 kgll; visc. (G-H) Z1; b.p. 352-356 C; acid no. 6; sapon. no. 160; ref.
793 gll; 100% act. index 1.5300; flash pt. (COC) 180 C
Toxicology: ACGIH TLV TWA 100 ppm; LD50 (oral, rat) > 34,600 mglkg; Abex@ 12s [Rhodia HPCll]
misthapor may irritate eyes, mucous membranes, respiratory tract; liq. Chem. Descrip.: Sodium alkyl ether sulfate
contact may cause minimal to mod. eye irritation, mod. to severe skin Uses: Emulsifierfor vinyl acetate, acrylates, methacrylates,styrene, buta-
irritationlinflamm.; may be harmful by inh., skin absorp.; overexposure diene polymerization for paper coatings, textile coatings, paints, adhe-
may cause CNS depression, other target organ effects; may be harmful sives, industrial coatings
or fatal by ing.; aspiration into lungs can cause pulmonary edema, chem. Properties: Liq.; anionic; 30% act.
pneumonia; TSCA listed Abex@ 18s [Rhodia HPCll]
Environmental: May cause oxygen depletion in waterways; potentially Chem. Descrip.: Proprietarylsodium
toxic to water ecosystems; may be hazardous to aquatic life; may con- Uses: Detergent, emulsifier for polymerization of vinyl acetate, acrylates,
tribute to smog; prevent entry into sewers, waterways; not a DOT ma- styrene, butadiene; mineral oil emulsifier; rewetting agent; surfactant for
rine pollutant paper coatings, textile coatings, paints, adhesives, industrial coatings,
Precaution: Combustible liq.; flamm. limits 0.8-6.0%; vapor may cause floor polishes; in food pkg. adhesives; in paperlpaperboard in contact
flash fire; vapors are heavier than air, may flash back; may create vapor/ with aq.lfattyldry foods
air explosion hazard in confined spaces; spills may create a slipping Features: Low foaming
hazard; floats on water; container can rupture in fire; prevent entry into Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.170, 176.180; Canada DSL,
basements, confined areas; bond and ground equip.; incompat. with EINECS, Australia, Korea listed
strong acids, alkalis, oxidizers (liq. chlorine, other halogens, hydrogen Properties: Gardner 2 cl. liq.; dens. 8.5 Iblgal; visc. 1000 cps; cloud pt. 10
peroxide, oxygen) C (lower), > 100 C (upper); pH 7.5-8.5 (10%); surf. tens. 48 dyneslcm
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Combustion: smoke, CO, CO,, possibly other (1%); Draves wetting 45-50 s (0.1%); anionic; 35% act.
harmful gaseslvapors Toxicology: TSCA listed
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 2, Reactivity 0 Abex@22s [Rhodia HPCll]
Storage: Store in tightly closed containers in cool, dry, well-ventilated Chem. Descrip.: Proprietarylsodium
place away from heat, sparks, ignition sources, strong oxidizing condi- Uses: Detergent, emulsifier for use in polymerization of vinyl acetate and
tions acrylates; mineral oil emulsifier; rewetting agent; surfactant for paper
400 WOLLASTOCOAT@ [Nyco Mins.] coatings, textile coatings, paints, adhesives, industrial coatings, floor
Chem. Descrip.: Surface-modified wollastonite polish, pigment binders; in food pkg. adhesives; in paperlpaperboard in
Chem.Analysis: Si02(51%), CaO (47.5%) contact with aqlfattyldry foods
Uses: Filler, additive for plastics, coating, friction, refractory, ceramic, con- Features: Low foaming
struction, elastomer, sealant, and adhesive applics., for nylon, phenolic Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105,176.170, 176.180
molding compds., epoxy, polyester, PUlpolyurea Properties: Pale yel. liq.; dens. 8.7 Iblgal; visc. 1000 cps; cloud pt. 23 C
Features: Cost-effective functional filler; surf. modifications can improve (lower), > 100 C (upper); pH 8 (10%); surf. tens. 55 dyneslcm (@ CMC);
processing, bonding between resin and filler, mech. and phys. props., anionic; 25% solids
material handling and warehousing, etc. Abex@23s [Rhodia HPCll]
Propefries: Wh. acicular powd., faint odor; 7 pm median particle size; Chem. Descrip.: Sodium laureth sulfate
65% -10 p; sol. 0.01 gll00 cc in water; sp.gr. 2.9; dens. 24.2 lblsolid gal; CAS 9004-82-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 221-416-0
bulk dens. 0.64 glcc (loose); bulk value 0.041 3 galbb; surf. area 1.9 m’l Uses: Emulsifier for emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate, acrylates,
g; oil absorp. 22; GE brightness 94; m.p. 1540 C; ref. index 1.63; pH 9.9 methacrylates, styrene, butadiene for paper coatings, textile coatings,
(10% slurry); hardness (Mohs) 4.5; > 99% wollastonite, < 1% propri- paints, adhesives, industrial coatings
etary treatments Regulatory: Canada DSL, EINECS, Australia, Korea listed
Toxicology: Nuisance dust, TLV/TWAIO mglm3(8 h, total dust); long-term Properties: Liq.; surf. tens. 40 dyneslcm (@ CMC); anionic; 60% conc.
cumulative inh. can cause restriction of airways; may cause minor skin Toxicology: TSCA listed
irritation Abex@ 26s [Rhodia HPCll]
Precaution: Surf. treatments may oxidize or decomp. at elevated temps.; Chem. Descrip.: Sodium alkylaryl ethoxy sulfate
burning may produce sm. amts. of oxides of carbon, silicon, nitrogen, or Uses: Emulsifier for emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate, acrylates,
sulfur methacrylates, styrene, butadiene for paper coatings, textile coatings,
Storage: Keep dry and cool in original shipping containers until use paints, adhesives, industrial coatings; food pkg. adhesives; component
1270 [Degussa] in paperlpaperboard in contact with aq.lfattyldry foods
Uses: Adhesion resin in water-dilutable coatings Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.170, 176.180; BGA XIV compli-
Properties: Visc. liq.; sp.gr. 1.07 glcm3;acid no. 40; 70% solids in s-bu- ance; Canada DSL, Korea, Japan listed
tanol Properties: Pale yel. liq.; dens. 8.8 Iblgal; visc. 100 cps; cloud pt. 10 C
A-625 [SPI POIYOIS] (lower), > 100 C (upper); pH 8 (10%); surf. tens. 55 dyneslcm (@ CMC);
Chem. Descrip.: Sorbitol sol’n. anionic; 33% solids
CAS 50-70-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-061-5 Toxicology: TSCA listed
Uses: Bodying agent, bulking agent, conditioner, gloss aid, humectant, Abex@33s [Rhodia HPCll]
plasticizer, shelf-life extender, suspending agent, texturizer in cosmetic Chem. Descrip.: Sodium alkylaryl ethoxy sulfate
creamsllotions, hair care prods.; flexibilizer, gloss aid, humectant, plasti- Uses: Emulsifier for emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate, acrylates,
cizer, shelf-life extender, warpinglshrinkingpreventer in adhesives, glues; methacrylates, styrene, butadiene for paper coatings, textile coatings,

4 HANDBOOK OF ADHESIVE CHEMICAL AND COMPOUNDING INGREDIENTS
Abex@ EP-277

paints, adhesives, industrial coatings; base for scrub soaps, rug sham- Environmental: Biodeg.
poos, general detergent applics.; lime soap dispersant Abex@ 2545 [Rhodia HPCll]
Properties: Gardner 5 cl. liq.; sp.gr. 1.06; dens. 8.8 Iblgal; visc. 1500 cps Uses: Emulsifier in vinyl acrylic, ethylene vinyl acetate, acrylic, and sty-
max.; cloud pt. 20 C max.; pH 7.5-9.0 (10%); surf. tens. 37 dyneslcm (@ rene acrylic copolymers; food pkg. adhesives; in paperlpaperboard in
CMC); anionic; 26-28% act. contact with aqlfattyldry foods
Toxicology: TSCA listed Features: Low VOC; surfactant alternative for environmentally sensitive
Abex@ 2005 [Rhodia HPCII] requirements
Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.170, 176.180; BGA XIV compli-
Uses: Surfactant; emulsifier for latexes; steric and electrostatic stabilizer ance
for emulsion polymerization; food pkg. adhesives; defoamer in food-con- Properties: Liq.; HLB 18.3; surf. tens. 45.5 dyneslcm; nonionic; 50% act.
tact paper coatings Use Level: 3 6 % (sole emulsifier); 3% total emulsifier
Features: APE-free; rec. for environmentally sensitive applics. Environmental: Biodeg.
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,176.200; BGA XIV compliance Abex@3594 [Rhodia HPCll]
Properties: Liq.; surf. tens. 34.5 dyneslcm; anionic; 30% solids in water Chem. Descrip.: Aq. surfactant blend
Abex@ 2010 [Rhodia HPCII] Uses: Surfactant, emulsifier for latex or paper coatings, carpet backings,
Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary textiles, pressure-sensitive adhesives, esp. SIB, styrenelacrylic, and
Uses: Emulsifier in acrylic and styrene acrylic copolymers; food pkg. ad- acrylic emulsion polymer systems
hesives Features: Low color, mech. stability, low coagulum in latex systems; wa-
Features: Low VOC; surfactant alternative for environmentally sensitive ter resist.
requirements Properties: Gardner 10 max. cl. liq.; water-sol.; dens. 1.06 glml; visc. 30-
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105; BGA XIV compliance 100 cps; f.p. -1 C; flash pt. > 100 C; pH 7.8-8.8 (10%); surf. tens. 32
Properties: Liq.; surf. tens. 35.5 dyneslcm; anionic; 30% act. dyneslcm (@ CMC); anionic; 397539.5% NV solids
Environmental: Biodeg. Abex@AAE-301 [Rhodia HPCll]
Abex@ 2020 [Rhodia HPCII] Chem. Descrip.: Sodium octylphenol ethoxy sulfate
Uses: Emulsifier in vinyl acrylic, acrylic, and styrene acrylic latexes; food Uses: Emulsifier for emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate, acrylates,
pkg. adhesives; in paperlpaperboard in contact with dry food methacrylates, styrene, butadiene for paper coatings, textile coatings,
features: Low VOC; surfactant alternative for environmentally sensitive paints, adhesives, industrial coatings
requirements Properties; Liq.; anionic; 20% conc.
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105,176.180; BGA XIV compliance Abex@ EP-100 [Rhodia HPCll]
Properties: Liq.; surf. tens. 41.0 dyneslcm; anionic; 30% act. Chem. Descrip.: Ammonium nonoxynol-4 sulfate
Environmental: Biodeg. CAS 9051-57-4
Abex@ 2030 [Rhodia HPCII] Uses: Emulsifier for emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate, acrylates,
Uses: Emulsifier in vinyl acrylic polymers made by redox or thermal pro- methacrylates, styrene, butadiene, latex for adhesives, paints, paper
cesses; also effectively used in acrylic and styrene acrylic polymers; coatings, textile, and industrial and architectural coatings; surfactant for
food pkg. adhesives mild light-duty liqs.
Features: Exc. latex stability without need for protective colloid; low VOC; Features: No VOC or alcohol
surfactant alternative for environmentally sensitive requirements Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 91715.105,175.300,176.170,176.180,176.210,
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105; BGA XIV compliance 178.3400
Properties: Liq.; surf. tens. 46.0 dyneslcm; anionic; 30% act. Properties; Gardner 3 max. cl. to sl. cloudy liq.; sol. in water; sp.gr. 1.04;
Environmental: Biodeg. f.p. -2 C; flash pt. > 100 C; pH 6.5-7.5; surf. tens. 33 dyneslcm (@
Abex@ 2515 [Rhodia HPCII] CMC); anionic; 26-28% act.
Uses: Emulsifier in vinyl acrylic, ethylene vinyl acetate, acrylic, and sty- Toxicology: TSCA listed
rene acrylic copolymers; food pkg. adhesives; in paperlpaperboard in Abex@ EP-110 [Rhodia HPCII; Rhodia HPCll France]
contact with aq.lfattyldry foods Chem. Descrip.: Ammonium nonoxynol-9 sulfate
Features: Low VOC; surfactant alternative for environmentally sensitive CAS 9051-57-4
requirements Uses: Primary emulsifier and stabilizer for vinyl acetate, vinyl acetatel
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.170, 176.180; BGA XIV compli- acrylic, all acrylic, styrenelacrylic, and SIB emulsion copolymers; wet-
ance ting agent, dispersant for agric. formulations; surfactant for adhesives,
Properties: Liq.; HLB 16.3; surf. tens. 38.0 dyneslcm; nonionic; 50% act. paints, paper, textiles, and industrial coatings; food pkg. adhesives; com-
Use Level: 3 4 % (sole emulsifier); 3% total emulsifier ponent of paperlpaperboard in contact with dry foods
Environmental: Biodeg. Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.180; EPAcompliance; BGA XIV
Abex@ 2525 [Rhodia HPCII] compliance
Uses: Emulsifier in vinyl acrylic, ethylene vinyl acetate, acrylic, and sty- Properties: Pale yel. liq.; sp.gr. 1.04; visc. 91.0 cks; pour pt. 0 C; surf.
rene acrylic copolymers; food pkg. adhesives; in paperlpaperboard in tens. 38.3 dyneslcm (1%); anionic; 30% act.
contact with aq.lfanyldry foods Abex@ EP-120 [Rhodia HPCII; Rhodia HPCll France]
features: Low VOC; surfactant alternative for environmentally sensitive Chem. Descrip.: Ammonium nonoxynol-30 sulfate
requirements CAS 9051-57-4
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.170, 176.180; BGA XIV compli- Uses: Emulsifier for emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate, acrylates,
ance methacrylates, styrene, butadiene for paints, adhesives, paper, textile,
Properties: Liq.; HLB 17.4; surf. tens. 43.5 dyneslcm; nonionic; 50% act. and industrial coatings; stabilizer; wetting agent, dispersant for agric.
Use Level: 3 4 % (sole emulsifier); 3% total emulsifier formulations; food pkg. adhesives, paper
Environmental: Biodeg. Features: Provides mech. and freezelthaw stability
Abex@ 2535 [Rhodia HPCII] Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.180; BGA XIV compliance
Uses: Emulsifier in vinyl acrylic, ethylene vinyl acetate, acrylic, and sty- Properties; Pale yel. liq.; sp.gr. 1.06; visc. 111cks; pour pt. 8 C; surf. tens.
rene acrylic copolymers; food pkg. adhesives; in paperlpaperboard in 40 dyneslcm (1%); anionic; 30% solids
contact with aq.lfanyldry foods Abex@ EP-277 [Rhodia HPCII]
features: Low VOC; surfactant alternative for environmentally sensitive Chem. Descrip.: Sodium octylphenol ethoxy sulfate
requirements CAS 69011-84-3
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.170, 176.180; BGA XIV compli- Uses: Emulsifier for emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate, acrylates,
ance methacrylates, styrene, butadiene for adhesives, paints, paper, textile,
Properties: Liq.; HLB 18; surf. tens. 45.1 dyneslcm; nonionic; 50% act. and industrial coatings
Use Level: 3 4 % (sole emulsifier); 3% total emulsifier Properties: Liq.; anionic; 30% conc.

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Abex@ JKB

Abex@ JKB [Rhodia HPCII; Rhodia HPCll France] cause mech. eye and respiratory tract irritation; OSHA TWA 5 mglm3
Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary ammonium surfactant (respirable dust), 15 mglm3(total dust) recommended
Uses: Emulsifier for high-acid polymerization systems, highly carboxy- Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents
lated acrylic monomers, latexes for thickening, alkali-sol. resins, metal- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Oxides of carbon, various oxidized and
ized floor finishes, textile sizing agents and hand modifiers; food pkg. nonoxidized hydrocarbons
adhesives, paper A X @ 6A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,176.170; BGA XIV compliance Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer
Properties: CI. liq.; pH 6.5; surf. tens. 40 dyneslcm (@ CMC); anionic; CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
30% solids Uses: Additive wax for use in adhesives, inks, floor finishes, paper coat-
Abex@ VA50 [Rhodia HPCII; Rhodia HPCll France] ings, personal care, plastics, rubber, textiles, and wax blends; matting,
Chem. Descrip.: Octoxynol-33, sodium laureth sulfate anticaking flow additive providing surf. props. for powd. coatings; de-
Uses: Surfactant, emulsifier for high solids vinyl acetate emulsions; food foamer; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film-former; oil or fra-
pkg. adhesives; in paperlpaperboard in contact with aqlfattyldry foods grance encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat stabilizer;
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.170,176.180 food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber
Properties: Pale yel. liq.; visc. 400 cps; f.p. 3k2 C; cloud pt. none; pH 8 articles, textiles, lubricants
(10%); surf. tens. 44 dyneslcm (@ CMC); anionic; 46% solids features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist.
Storage: Protect from settling or freezing Regulatory: FDA21CFR9172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,
AbitoP-E [Eastman] 176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520,
Chem. Descrip.: Hydroabietyl alcohol 177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45
CAS 1333-89-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 247-574-0 Properties: Wh. waxy prills, powd., char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in
Uses: Plasticizer, tackifier for nat. and syn. rubber, nitrocellulose, plas- water; dens. 0.92 glcc; visc. 375 cps (140 C); drop pt. 106 C; acid no.
tics, lacquers, inks, coatings, and pressure-sensitive, emulsion, solv., nil; flash pt. > 231 C; hardness 4.0 dmm
and hot-melt adhesives; fixative for essential oils and aromatics in per- Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000 mglkg; mild skin irritant; dust may
fumes; chem. intermediate in prod. of oil-modified and oil-free alkyd res- cause mech. eye and respiratory tract irritation; OSHA TWA 5 mglm3
ins, lubricating oil additives, nonionic surfactants; food-contact adhe- (respirable dust), 15 mglm3(total dust) recommended
sives, paperlpaperboard, rubber articles; defoamer in mfg. of food-con- Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents
tact paperlpaperboard Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Oxides of carbon, various oxidized and
Features: Good tack and adhesion; high m.w.; compat. with resins, film- nonoxidized hydrocarbons
formers, and oils; resist. to oxidation; reactive hydroxyl group; low vola- A X @7 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
tility Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer wax
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.180,176.210, 177.2600 CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
Properties: Colorless, tacky resin; mild pleasant odor; sol. in common Uses: Processing lubricant; melt index modifier; pigment dispersant; mold
org. solvs. incl. alcohols, esters, ketones, chlorinated solvs., aliphatic, release aid; external lubricant for PVC, color concs., polyolefin flow
aromatic or terpene hydrocarbons; insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.008; visc. modifiers; thickener for cosmetic and pharmaceutical gels; sob.-based
6500 mPa s (50 C); acid no. 0.1; sapon. no. 26; ref. index 1.5236 (20 polishes, inks, paints, and lacquers; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, pa-
C); 83% act. perlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; de-
Storage: Maintain strict inventory control foamer; chewing gum base
AbscenW 3000 [UOP] Regulatory: FDA21CFR9172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,
Chem. Descrip.: Organophilic molecular sieve (sodium aluminosilicate) 176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520,
CAS 1318-02-1; ElNECSlELlNCS 215-283-8 177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45
Uses: Polymer additive for adsorbing low m.w. organics such as aliphatics, Properties: Prills, powd.; sol. in hot min. oil and fatty esters; dens. 0.92 gl
alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, chlorinated hydrocarbons, org. acids, and cc; visc. 450 cps (140 C); drop pt. 109 C; acid no. nil; flash pt. (COC)
aromatics for use in adhesives, coatings, and polymers; component of 304 C; hardness 2.5 dmm
food pkg. materials A-C@7A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Features: Food grade; rec. for use with reactive compds. like aldehydes Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer wax
and ketones CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
Regulatory: FDA GRAS; DOT nonregulated; SARA 9313 nonreportable Uses: Processing lubricant; melt index modifier; pigment dispersant; mold
Properties: Wh. dry powd.; odorless; 3 ~1 avg. particle size; insol. in water release aid; external lubricant for PVC, color concs., polyolefin flow
or org. solvs.; surf. area > 400 m’lg; pH 9-10 (10%) modifiers; thickener for cosmetic and pharmaceutical gels; food pkg.
Toxicology: TSCA listed adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard,cellophane, rubber articles, tex-
Environmental: Nonbiodeg. tiles, lubricants; defoamer; chewing gum base
HMIS: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 Regulatory: FDA21CFR~172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,
Storage: Store tightly closed 176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520,
A-C@6 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.; Baerlocher France] 177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45
Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer Properties: Prills, powd.; sol. in hot min. oil and fatty esters; dens. 0.92 gl
cc; visc. 450 cps (140 C); drop pt. 109 C; acid no. nil; hardness 2.5 dmm
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 A-C@8 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.; Baerlocher France]
Uses: Additive wax in adhesives, inks, floor finishes, paper coatings, per- Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer
sonal care, pharmaceuticals, plastics, rubber, textiles, wax blends, soh.- CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
based polishes, inks, paints, lacquers; defoamer in food-contact coat- Uses: Gellantfor oils in personalcare prods., pharmaceuticals; film-former;
ings, paper; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film-former; oil or oil or fragrance encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; processing lubri-
fragrance encapsulant; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat stabilizer; cant; melt index modifier; pigment dispersant; mold release aid; emol-
food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber lient; heat stabilizer; external lubricant for PVC, color concs., polyolefin
articles, textiles, lubricants flow modifiers; in polishes, inks, paints, lacquers; food pkg. adhesives,
Features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubri-
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320, cants; defoamer; chewing gum base
176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520, features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist.
177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 Regulatory: FDA21CFR9172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,
Properties: Wh. waxy prills, powd., char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in 176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520,
water; dens. 0.92 glcc; visc. 375 cps (140 C); drop pt. 106 C; acid no. 177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45
nil; flash pt. (COC) 307 C; hardness 4.0 dmm Properties; Prills, powd.; dens. 0.93 glcc; visc. 400 cps (140 C); drop. pt.
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000 mgkg; mild skin irritant; dust may 116 C; acid no. nil; flash pt. (COC) 307 C; hardness 1.O dmm

6 HANDBOOK OF ADHESIVE CHEMICAL AND COMPOUNDING INGREDIENTS
A-C@316A

A-C@8A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520, 177.2600,
Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45
CAS 9002-88-4; EINECS/ELINCS 200-815-3 Properties: Prills; dens. 0.91 glcc; visc. 525 cps (140 C); drop. pt. 102 C;
Uses: Matting, anticaking flow additive which enhances powd. coating acid no. nil; hardness 5.5 dmm
performance; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film-former; oil or A X @307,307A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
fragrance encapsulator; nonirritatingabrasive; processing lubricant; melt Chern. Descrip.: Oxidized HDPE homopolymer
index modifier; pigment dispersant; mold release aid; external lubricant CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
for PVC, color concs., polyolefin flow modifiers; food pkg. adhesives, Uses: Additive wax for inks, personal care prods., adhesives, coatings,
coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubri- plastics, rubber, textiles
cants; chewing gum base Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA §311/313 nonreportable; Canada
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320, DSL, EU, Australia, Japan listed
176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520, Properties: Wh. waxy solid; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; dens.
177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 0.98 glcc; visc. 85,000 cps (150 C); drop pt. 140 C; acid no. 5-9; flash pt.
Properties: Powd., dens. 0.93 glcc; visc. 450 cps (140 C); drop pt. 113 C (OC) > 255 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act.
(Mettler); acid no. nil; hardness 1.0 dmm Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total
A-C@9 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.; Baerlocher France1 particulates (powd.); negligible skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, par-
Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer ticulates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh. (powd.); low
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 toxicity by ing.; TSCA listed
Uses: Gellantfor oils in personal care prods., pharmaceuticals; film-former; Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
oil or fragrance encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat sta- Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static
bilizer; processing lubricant; melt index modifier; pigment dispersant; charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires
mold release aid; external lubricant for PVC, color concs., polyolefin causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with
flow modifiers; additive in paints; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paper/ strong oxidizers, amines
paperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; defoamer; Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
chewing gum base ated in fire conditions
features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320, A-C@316 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520, Chern. Descrip.: Oxidized HDPE homopolymer
177.2600,177.2800,178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
Properties: Prills, powd.; dens. 0.94 glcc; visc. 450 cps (140 C); drop. pt. Uses: Additive wax for inks, floor finishes, personal care, plastics, rubber,
117 C; acid no. nil; flash pt. (COC) 318 C; hardness 0.5 dmm textiles, wax blends; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film-former;
A-C@9A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] oil or fragrance encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat sta-
Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer bilizer; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane,
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 rubber articles, textiles, lubricants;defoamer; protective coating for fruits,
Uses: Gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film-former; oil or fragrance vegetables
encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat stabilizer; process- Features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist.
ing lubricant; melt index modifier; pigment dispersant; mold release aid; Regulatory: FDA21CFR§172.260,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,
external lubricant for PVC, color concs., polyolefin flow modifiers; addi- 176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1620,
tive in paints; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cello- 177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850; DOT nonregulated; SARA
phane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; defoamer; chewing gum base §311/313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Japan listed
Features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. Properties: Wh. waxy gran., powd.; waxy odor; negligible sol. in water;
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320, dens. 0.98 glcc; visc. 8500 cps (150 C); drop pt. 140 C; acid no. 16;
176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520, flash pt. (OC) > 255 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act.
177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total
Properties: Powd.; avg. particle size 220 p; dens. 0.94 glcc; visc. 450 cps particulates (powd.); negligible skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, par-
(140 C); drop. pt. 117 C; acid no. nil; hardness 0.5 dmm ticulates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh. (powd.); low
A-C@9F [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] toxicity by ing.; TSCA listed
Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static
Uses: Gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film-former; oil or fragrance charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires
encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat stabilizer; process- causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with
ing lubricant; melt index modifier; pigment dispersant; mold release aid; strong oxidizers, amines
external lubricant for PVC, color concs., polyolefin flow modifiers; addi- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
tive in paints; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cello- ated in fire conditions
phane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; defoamer; chewing gum base Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines
Features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. k-C@316A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320, Chern. Descrip.: Oxidized HDPE homopolymer
176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520, CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 Uses: Additive wax for inks, floor finishes, personal care, plastics, rubber,
Properties: Fine powd.; avg. particle size 110 v; dens. 0.94 glcc; visc. textiles, wax blends; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film-former;
450 cps (140 C); drop. pt. 117 C; acid no. nil; hardness 0.5 dmm oil or fragrance encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat sta-
A-C@ 16 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] bilizer; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane,
rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; defoamer; protective coating for fruits,
Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer vegetables
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist.
Uses: Gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film-former; oil or fragrance Regulatory: FDA21CFR~172.260,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,
encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat stabilizer; additive 176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1620,
for plastics, rubber, adhesives, coatings, inks, paper, polishes, textiles; 177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850; DOT nonregulated; SARA
food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber §311/313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Japan listed
articles, textiles, lubricants; defoamer Properties: Wh. waxy gran., powd.; waxy odor; negligible sol. in water;
features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. dens. 0.98 glcc; visc. 8500 cps (150 C); drop pt. 140 C; acid no. 16;
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170, flash pt. (OC) > 255 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act.

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A-C@ 325

Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total 0.99; visc. 4500 cps (150 C); drop pt. 138 C; acid no. 30; flash pt. (COC)
particulates (powd.); negligible skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, par- 293 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act.
ticulates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh. (powd.); low Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; negligible skin irritant; nonirri-
toxicity by ing.; TSCA listed tating to eyes, particulates may cause mech. irritation; low toxicity by
Environmental: Not considered biodeg. ing.; TSCA listed
Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires Precaufion: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static
causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to tires
strong oxidizers, amines causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener- strong oxidizers, amines
ated in fire conditions Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines ated in tire conditions
A-C@325 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Sforage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines
Chem. Descrip.: Oxidized HDPE homopolymer A X @395,395A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 Chem. Descrip.: Oxidized HDPE homopolymer
Uses: Additive wax for polishes, finishes, emulsions, adhesives, coat- CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
ings, inks, plastics, rubber, textiles; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper- Uses: Additive wax for inks, personal care prods., adhesives, coatings,
board, textiles; defoamer in food-contact coatingslpaper plastics, rubber, textiles; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard, tex-
Feafures: Heel-mark resistance and compatibility tiles; defoamer in food-contact coatingslpaper
Regu/afory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105, 176.200, 176.210, 177.2800; DOT Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.200, 176.210, 177.2800; DOT
nonregulated; SARA 9311l313 nonreponable; Canada DSL, EU, Aus- nonregulated; SARA 5311l313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EU, Aus-
tralia, Japan listed tralia, Japan listed
Properties: Wh. waxy gran.; waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; sp.gr. Properties: Wh. waxy gran.; waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; dens.
0.99; visc. 4400 cps (150 C); drop pt. 136 C; acid no. 25; flash pt. (OC) 1.OO glcc; visc. 2500 cps (150 C); drop pt. 137 C; acid no. 41; flash pt.
> 255 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act. (OC) > 255 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act.
Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; negligible skin irritant; nonirri- Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; negligible skin irritant; nonirri-
tating to eyes, particulates may cause mech. irritation; low toxicity by tating to eyes, particulates may cause mech. irritation; low toxicity by
ing.; TSCA listed ing.; TSCA listed
Environmenfal: Not considered biodeg. Environments/: Not considered biodeg.
Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static
charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires
causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with
strong oxidizers, amines strong oxidizers, amines
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
ated in fire conditions ated in fire conditions
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines
A-C@330 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] A X @ 400 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.; Baerlocher France]
Chem. Descrip.: Oxidized HDPE homopolymer Chem. Descrip.: EthylenelVAcopolymer
CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 CAS 24937-78-8
Uses: Additive wax for polishes, finishes, emulsions, adhesives, coat- Uses: Additive wax for use in adhesives, inks, coatings, personal care,
ings, plastics, rubber, textiles; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard, wax blends, plastics, rubber, textiles; gellant for oils in personal care
textiles; defoamer in food-contact coatingslpaper prods., pharmaceuticals;film-former; oil or fragrance encapsulator; non-
Feafures: Heel-mark resistance and compatibility irritating abrasive; emollient; heat stabilizer; food pkg. adhesives, coat-
Regu/afory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105, 176.200, 176.210, 177.2800; DOT ings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants;
nonregulated; SARA 9311l313 nonreponable; Canada DSL, EU, Aus- defoamer in food-contact coatingslpaper
tralia, Japan listed Features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist.
Properties: Wh. waxy gran.; waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; sp.gr. Regu/afory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170,
0.99; visc. 3600 cps (150 C); drop pt. 137 C; acid no. 30; flash pt. (OC) 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1350, 177.2600,
> 255 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act. 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45
Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; negligible skin irritant; nonirri- Propefries: Prills, powd.; dens. 0.92 glcc; visc. 575 cps (140 C); drop pt.
tating to eyes, particulates may cause mech. irritation; low toxicity by 92 C; flash pt. (COC) 296 C; hardness 9.5 dmm; 13% VA
ing.; TSCA listed A X @ 400A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Environmenfal: Not considered biodeg. Chem. Descrip.: Low m.w. ethylenelVA copolymer
Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static CAS 24937-78-8
charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires Uses: Wax additive for use in adhesives, inks, personal care prods., wax
causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with blends; pigment dispersant; PS color concs.; gellant for oils in personal
strong oxidizers, amines care prods.; film-former; oil or fragrance encapsulator; nonirritating abra-
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener- sive; emollient; heat stabilizer; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paper/
ated in fire conditions paperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; defoamer
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines in food-contact coatingslpaper
A-C@392 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist.
Regu/afory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170,
Chem. Descrip.: Oxidized HDPE homopolymer 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1350, 177.2600,
CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45
Uses: Additive wax for polishes, finishes, emulsions, adhesives, coat- Properties: Prills, powd.; dens. 0.92 glcc; visc. 575 cps (140 C); drop pt.
ings, plastics, rubber, textiles; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard, 92 C; hardness 9.5 dmm; 13% VA
textiles; defoamer in food-contact coatingslpaper A-C@405(M) [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Feafures: Heel-mark resistance and compatibility Chem. Descrip.: EthylenelVAcopolymer
Regu/afory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105, 176.200, 176.210, 177.2800; DOT CAS 24937-78-8
nonregulated; SARA 9311l313 nonreponable; Canada DSL, EU, Aus- Uses: Controlled rheology wax additive for adhesives, inks, coatings,
tralia, Japan listed personal care, wax blends, plastics, rubber, textiles; esp. suitable for
Properties: Wh. waxy gran.; waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; sp.gr. applics. where it must be dispersed in org. solvs. (automotive topcoats,

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A-C@ 575A

cosmetics, etc.); food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cel- A-C@ 540A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
lophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; defoamer in food-contact Chem. Descrip.: Ethyknelacrylic acid copolymer
coatingslpaper CAS 9010-77-9
Regulatory: FDA21CFR§175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170, Uses: Plastics lubricant and processing aid; pigment dispersant; internal
176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1350, 177.2600, lubricant for PVC, nylon 6, nylon color concs.; for adhesives, floor fin-
177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 ishes, personal care, plastics, wax blends; modifier for carboxyl func-
Properties: Prills; dens. 0.92 glcc; visc. 600 cps (140 C); drop pt. 101 C; tional powd. coatings; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film-former;
cloud pt. 50-54.4 C (10% in xylene); hardness 5.0 dmm; 8% VA oil or fragrance encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat sta-
A-C@ 405(S) [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] bilizer; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane,
Chem. Descrip.: EthylenelVAcopolymer rubber articles, lubricants, textiles; defoamer
CAS 24937-78-8 Features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist.
Uses: Controlled rheology wax additive for adhesives, inks, coatings, Regulatory: FDA21CFR9175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170,
personal care, wax blends, plastics, rubber, textiles; esp. suitable for 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1310, 177.2600,
applics. where it must be dispersed in org. solvs. (automotive topcoats, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850
cosmetics, etc.); food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cel- Properties: Powd.; dens. 0.93 glcc; visc. 575 cps (140 C); drop pt. 105 C;
lophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; defoamer in food-contact acid no. 40; hardness 2.0 dmm
coatingslpaper A X @573A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
features: Low disp. visc.; lower sol. than 405M or 405T Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-maleic anhydride copolymer
Regulatory: FDA21CFR§175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170, CAS 9006-26-2
176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1350, 177.2600, Uses: Used in adhesives, coatings, paper pkg., color concs., plastics
177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 processing
Properties: Prills; dens. 0.92 glcc; visc. 600 cps (140 C); drop pt. 95 C; Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105, 176.170(b), 176.180; DOT
cloud pt. 45-49.9 C (10% in xylene); hardness 7.0 dmm; 11% VA nonregulated; SARA §311 nonreportable, 9313 reportable (maleic an-
A-C@ 405(T) [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] hydride); EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan listed
Chem. Descrip.: EthylenelVAcopolymer Properties: Off-wh. waxy powd., pastilles; char. waxy odor; negligible sol.
CAS 24937-78-8 in water; dens. 0.92 glcc; visc. 600 cps (140 C); drop pt. (Mettler) 106 C;
Uses: Controlled rheology wax additive for adhesives, inks, coatings, sapon. no. 5; hardness 4.5 dmm; = 100% act.
personal care, wax blends, plastics, rubber, textiles; esp. suitable for Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total particulates; may be mild skin
applics. where it must be dispersed in org. solvs. (automotive topcoats, irritantlsensitizer; molten prod. will cause skin burns; particulates may
cosmetics, etc.); defoamer; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film- cause mech. irritation to eyes; nuisance dust by inh.; TSCA listed
former; oil or fragrance encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
heat stabilizer; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cello- Precaution: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may
phane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slip-
Features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist.; higher pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi-
sol. than 405M, 405s dizing agents
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170, Hazardous Ingredients: Maleic anhydride (trace)
176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1350, 177.2600, Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 ated in fire conditions
Properties: Prills; dens. 0.92 glcc; visc. 600 cps (140 C); drop pt. 103 C; Sforage: Keep away from excessive heat
cloud pt. 54.5-59 C (10% in xylene); hardness 4.0 dmm; 6% VA A-C@ 573P [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
A-C@ 430 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-maleic anhydride copolymer
Chem. Descrip.: EVA copolymer CAS 9006-26-2
CAS 24937-78-8 Uses: Used in coatings and emulsions, slip resist. floor polish, hot melt
Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, coatings, personal care, wax blends, applics.; dispersant for pigments, minerals, and glass-filled plastics,
plastics, rubber, textiles; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film- compatibilizers, and adhesion promoters
former; oil or fragrance encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; features: Provides reactivity in hot melt applics.
heat stabilizer; suspending agent for active ingreds. in cosmetics; food Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105, 176.170(b), 176.180; DOT
pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, nonregulated; SARA §311 nonreportable, 9313 reportable (maleic an-
lubricants; defoamer in food-contact coatingslpaper hydride); EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan listed
features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. Properties: Off-wh. waxy powd., pastilles; char. waxy odor; negligible sol.
Regulatory: FDA21CFR9175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170, in water; sp.gr. 0.92; visc. 600 cps (140 C); peak m.p. 98 C; sapon. no.
176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1350, 177.2600, 3-6; drop pt. 105-107 C; hardness 3-6 dmm; = 100% act.
178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total particulates; may be mild skin
Properties: Grease-like; dens. 0.93 glcc; visc. 600 cps (140 C); drop pt. irritantlsensitizer; molten prod. will cause skin burns; particulates may
80 C; flash pt. (COC) 274 C cause mech. irritation to eyes; nuisance dust by inh.; TSCA listed
A-C@ 540 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
Precaution: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may
Chem. Descrip.: Ethylenelacrylic acid copolymer ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slip-
CAS 9010-77-9 pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi-
Uses: Plastics lubricant and processing aid; pigment dispersant; internal dizing agents
lubricant for PVC, nylon 6, nylon color concs.; for adhesives, floor fin- Hazardous Ingredients: Maleic anhydride (trace)
ishes, personal care, plastics, wax blends; gellant for oils in personal Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
care prods., pharmaceuticals;film-former; oil or fragrance encapsulator; ated in fire conditions
nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat stabilizer; food pkg. adhesives, Storage: Keep away from excessive heat
coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, lubricants, tex- A-C@ 575A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
tiles; food-contact defoamer Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-maleic anhydride copolymer
Features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. CAS 9006-26-2
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170, Uses: Used in adhesives, coatings, paper pkg., color concs., plastics
176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1310, 177.2600, processing
177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850 Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311 nonreponable, 9313 report-
Properties: Prills; dens. 0.93 glcc; visc. 575 cps (140 C); drop pt. 105 C; able (maleic anhydride); EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan listed
acid no. 40; flash pt. (COC) 296 C; hardness 2.0 dmm Properties: Off-wh. waxy powd., pastilles; char. waxy odor; negligible sol.

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A-C@575P

in water; dens. 0.92 glcc; visc. > 1000 cps (140 C); drop pt. (Menler) 106 Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, flame, strong oxidizing agents
C; sapon. no. 35; hardness 4.5 dmm; = 100% act. A X @ 597A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total particulates; may be mild skin Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-propylene-maleicanhydride copolymer
irritantlsensitizer; molten prod. will cause skin burns; particulates may CAS 31069-12-2
cause mech. irritation to eyes; nuisance dust by inh.; TSCA listed Uses: Additive in coatings, polymers, adhesives
Environmenfal: Not considered biodeg. Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311 nonreponable, 9313 report-
Precaution: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may able (maleic anhydride); Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Korea listed
ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slip- Properties: Lt. yel. waxy solid; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water;
pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi- m.p. 142-152 C; 100% act.
dizing agents Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3total particulates; mild irritant, possible
Hazardous Ingredients: Maleic anhydride (trace) sensitizer to skin; molten prod. causes skin burns; particulatesmay cause
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener- eye irritation; powd. may cause irritation by inh.
ated in fire conditions Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat Precaution: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may
A-C@575P [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slip
Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-maleic anhydride copolymer pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi-
CAS 9006-26-2 dizing agents
Uses: Used in coatings and emulsions, slip resist. floor polish, hot melt Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
applics.; dispersant for pigments, minerals, and glass-filled plastics, ated in tire conditions
compatibilizers, and adhesion promoters Sforage: Keep away from excessive heat, flame, strong oxidizing agents
Feafures: Provides reactivity in hot melt applics. A X @597P [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Regulafory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311 nonreportable, 9313 report- Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-propylene-maleicanhydride copolymer
able (maleic anhydride); EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan listed CAS 31069-12-2
Properties: Off-wh. waxy powd., pastilles; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. Uses: Additive in coatings, emulsions, slip resist. floor polishes, hot melt
in water; sp.gr. 0.92; visc. 4200 cps (140 C); peak m.p. 98 C; sapon. no. applics., polymers, adhesives; dispersant for pigments, minerals, and
32-36; drop pt. 105-107 C; hardness 3-6 dmm; = 100% act. glass-tilled plastics, compatibilizers, and adhesion promoters
Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total particulates; may be mild skin Features: Provides reactivity in hot melt applics.
irritantlsensitizer; molten prod. will cause skin burns; particulates may Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311 nonreponable, 9313 report-
cause mech. irritation to eyes; nuisance dust by inh.; TSCA listed able (maleic anhydride); Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Korea listed
Environmenfal: Not considered biodeg. Properties: Lt. yel. waxy solid; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water;
Precaution: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may sp.gr. 0.94; visc. 300-800 cps (190 C); m.p. 142-152 C; sapon. no. 75-
ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slip- 85; hardness 0.1-0.3 dmm; 100% act.
pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi- Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3total particulates; mild irritant, possible
dizing agents sensitizer to skin; molten prod. causes skin burns; particulatesmay cause
Hazardous Ingredients: Maleic anhydride (trace) eye irritation; powd. may cause irritation by inh.; TSCA listed
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener- Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
ated in fire conditions Precaufion: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to tires causing slip-
A-C@580 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi-
Chem. Descrip.: Ethylenelacrylic acid copolymer dizing agents
CAS 9010-77-9 Hazardous Ingredients: Maleic anhydride (trace)
Uses: Additive for recyclable hot-melt and aq. adhesives and coatings; Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
plastics and rubber processing; modifier of carboxyl-functional powd. ated in tire conditions
coatings; defoamer in food-contact coatingslpaper; gellant for oils in Sforage: Keep away from excessive heat, flame, strong oxidizing agents
personal care prods.; film-former; oil or fragrance encapsulator; nonirri- A-C@617 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.; Baerlocher France]
tating abrasive; emollient; heat stabilizer; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer
paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, lubricants, textiles CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
Features: Alkali-dispersible; increases permanency, moisture retention, Uses: Additive wax for use in inks, plastics, rubber, and personal care
water resist. prods.; thickener for cosmetic and pharmaceutical gels; film-former; oil
Regulatory: FDA21CFR9175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170, or fragrance encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat stabi-
176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1310, 177.2600, lizer; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rub-
177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850 ber articles, lubricants; defoamer in food-contact coatingslpaper
Properties: Prills; dens. 0.94 glcc; visc. 650 cps (140 C); drop pt. 102 C; Features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist.
acid no. 75; flash pt. (COC) 313 C; hardness 4.0 dmm Regulafory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.125,175.300,176.180,176.200,
A-C@596P [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.2600, 178.3570, 178.3850
Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-propylene-maleicanhydride copolymer Properties: Wh. waxy prills, powd., char. waxy odor; sol. in hot min. oil
CAS 31069-12-2 and fatty esters; negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.91 glcc; visc. 200 cps
Uses: Additive in coatings, polymers, adhesives (140 C); drop pt. 101 C; acid no. nil; flash pt. (COC) 317 C; hardness 7.0
Regulafory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311 nonreportable, 9313 report- dmm
able (maleic anhydride); Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Korea listed Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000 mglkg; mild skin irritant; dust may
Properties: Lt. yel. waxy solid; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; cause mech. eye and respiratory tract irritation; OSHA TWA 5 mglm3
m.p. 142-152 C; 100% act. (respirable dust), 15 mglm3(total dust) recommended
Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3total particulates; mild irritant, possible Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents
sensitizer to skin; molten prod. causes skin burns; particulatesmay cause Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Oxides of carbon, various oxidized and
eye irritation; powd. may cause irritation by inh. nonoxidized hydrocarbons
Environmenfal: Not considered biodeg. A X @617A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Precaution: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer
ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slip- CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi- Uses: Additive wax for use in inks, plastics, rubber, and personal care
dizing agents prods.; nonirritating, mild abrasive for personal care prods.; thickener
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener- for cosmetic and pharmaceutical gels; film-former; oil or fragrance
ated in fire conditions encapsulator; emollient; heat stabilizer; food pkg. adhesives, coatings,

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A-C@680

paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, lubricants; defoamer in Hazardous Decornp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
food-contact coatingslpaper ated in tire conditions
Fearures: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. Srorage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines
Regulatory: FDA21CFR§175.105,175.125,175.300,176.180,176.200, A-C@655 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.2600, 178.3570, 178.3850 Chem. Descrip.: Oxidized polyethylene homopolymer
Properties: Wh. waxy prills, powd., char. waxy odor; sol. in hot min. oil CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
and fany esters; negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.91 glcc; visc. 200 cps Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, floor finishes, paper coatings,
(140 C); drop pt. 101 C; acid no. nil; flash pt. (COC) 317 C; hardness 7.0 personal care, plastics, rubber, textiles, and wax blends; food pkg. ad-
dmm hesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, tex-
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000 mglkg; mild skin irritant; dust may tiles, lubricants; defoamer in food-contact coatingslpaper; protective
cause mech. eye and respiratory tract irritation; OSHA TWA 5 mglm3 coating for fruits, vegetables
(respirable dust), 15 mglm3(total dust) recommended Regularory: FDA21CFR§172.260,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,
Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents 176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1620,
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Oxides of carbon, various oxidized and 177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850; DOT nonregulated; SARA
nonoxidized hydrocarbons §311/313 nonreponable; Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Japan listed
A-C@ 629 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Properties: Wh. waxy prills; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; dens.
Chem. Descrip.: Oxidized polyethylene homopolymer 0.93 glcc; visc. 210 cps (140 C); drop pt. 107 C; acid no. 16; flash pt.
CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 (COC) 274 C; hardness 2.5 dmm; = 100% act.
Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, ink, floor finishes, paper coatings, trade Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total
sales and industrialcoatings, personalcare, plastics, textiles, wax blends; particulates (powd.); negligible skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, par-
processing lubricant; mold release aid; PVC lubricant; film-former; oil or ticulates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh. (powd.); low
fragrance encapsulator; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; nonirri- toxicity by ing.; TSCA listed
tating abrasive; emollient; heat stabilizer; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; de- Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static
foamer in food-contact coatingslpaper charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires
Fearures: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~172.260,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320, strong oxidizers, amines
176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1620, Hazardous Decornp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850; DOT nonregulated; SARA ated in tire conditions
5311l313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Japan listed Srorage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines
Properties: Wh. waxy prills, powd., char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in A-C@656 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
water; dens. 0.93 glcc; visc. 200 cps (140 C); drop pt. 101 C; acid no. Chem. Descrip.: Oxidized polyethylene homopolymer
15; flash pt. (COC) 274 C; hardness 5.5 dmm; = 100% act. CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; nonirritatin to skin and eyes; Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, floor finishes, paper coatings,
dust may cause mech. irritation; OSHATWA 5 mglm% (respirable ' dust), personal care, plastics, and rubber; food pkg. adhesives, textiles; de-
15 mglm3(total dust) recommended; TSCA listed foamer in food-contact coatings, paperlpaperboard
Environmenral: Not considered biodeg. Regularory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105, 176.200, 176.210, 177.2800; DOT
Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static nonregulated; SARA 5311l313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EU, Aus-
charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires tralia, Japan listed
causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with Properties: Wh. waxy prills; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; dens.
strong oxidizers, amines 0.92 glcc; visc. 185 cps (140 C); drop pt. 98 C; acid no. 15; flash pt.
Hazardous Decornp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener- (COC) 260 C; hardness 9.0 dmm; = 100% act.
ated in fire conditions Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines particulates (powd.); negligible skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, par-
A-C@629A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] ticulates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh. (powd.); low
Chem. Descrip.: Oxidized polyethylene homopolymer toxicity by ing.; TSCA listed
CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, ink, floor finishes, paper coatings, per- Precaurion: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static
sonal care, plastics, textiles, wax blends; processing lubricant; mold re- charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to tires
lease aid; PVC lubricant; film-former; oil or fragrance encapsulator; pro- causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with
tective coating for fruits; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; nonirri- strong oxidizers, amines
tating abrasive; emollient; heat stabilizer; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; de- ated in tire conditions
foamer in food-contact coatingslpaper Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines
Fearures: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. A-C@680 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Regulatory: FDA21CFR§172.260,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320, Chem. Descrip.: Oxidized polyethylene homopolymer
176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1620, CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850; DOT nonregulated; SARA Uses: Additive wax for polishes, finishes, and emulsions; food pkg. adhe-
§311/313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Japan listed sives, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; defoamer in food-
Properties: Wh. waxy prills, powd.; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in contact coatings, paperlpaperboard; protective coating for fruits, veg-
water; dens. 0.93 glcc; visc. 200 cps (140 C); drop pt. 101 C; acid no. etables
15; flash pt. (OC) > 255 C; hardness 5.5 dmm; = 100% act. Features: Slip resistance; emulsifiable
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3total Regularory: FDA21CFR§172.260,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,
particulates (powd.); negligible skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, par- 176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1620,
ticulates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh. (powd.); low 177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850; DOT nonregulated; SARA
toxicity by ing.; TSCA listed §311/313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Japan listed
Environmental: Not considered biodeg. Properties: Wh. waxy prills; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; dens.
Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static 0.93 glcc; visc. 250 cps (140 C); drop pt. 108 C; acid no. 16; flash pt.
charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires (COC) 277 C; hardness 1.5 dmm; = 100% act.
causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total
strong oxidizers, amines particulates (powd.); negligible skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, par-

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A-C@715

ticulates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh. (powd.); low pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi-
toxicity by ing.; TSCA listed dizing agents
Environmenfal: Not considered biodeg. Hazardous lngredienrs: Maleic anhydride (trace)
Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires ated in tire conditions
causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with Srorage: Keep away from heat, flame, strong oxidizing agents
strong oxidizers, amines A X @ 1089 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener- Chem. Descrip.: Polypropylene
ated in fire conditions CAS 9003-07-0
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines Uses: Used in coatings and emulsions, slip resist. floor polish, hot melt
A-C@715 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] applics.; dispersant for pigments, minerals, and glass-filled plastics,
Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer compatibilizers, and adhesion promoters
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 Features: Provides reactivity in hot melt applics.
Uses: Gellant for plastics, rubber, adhesives, coatings, inks, paper, pol- Properties: Powd.; dens. 0.91 glcc; visc. 45 cps (190 C); peak m.p. 137
ishes, textiles; food pkg. adhesives, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, C; sapon. no. nil; drop pt. (Mettler) 146 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm
lubricants; defoamer in food-contact coatings, paperlpaperboard; chew- A-C@ 1172 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
ing gum base Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-propylene copolymer
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320, CAS 9010-79-1
176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520, Uses: Additive in coatings, plastics, emulsions, slip resist. floor polish, hot
177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 melt applics.; dispersant for pigments, minerals, and glass-filled plas-
Properties: Diced form; sp.gr. 0.92; visc. 4000 cps (140 C); drop pt. 109 tics, compatibilizers, and adhesion promoters
C; acid no. nil; flash pt. (COC) 302 C; hardness 2.5 dmm Features: Provides reactivity in hot melt applics.
A-C@725 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311l313 nonreportable; Canada
Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer DSL, EU, Australia, Japan, Korea listed
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 Properties: Wh. powd.; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; sp.gr.
Uses: Additive for plastics, rubber, adhesives, coatings, inks, paper, pol- 0.91; visc. 1700-2000 cps (190 C); m.p. 145-152 C; acid no. nil; sapon.
ishes, textiles; food pkg. adhesives, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, no. nil; flash pt. (OC) > 200 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; 100% act.
lubricants; defoamer in food-contact coatings, paperlpaperboard i3xicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3total particulates; molten material causes
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170, thermal skin burns; particulates may cause mech. irritation to eyes; nui-
176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520, 177.2600, sance dust by inh.; fumes from molten material may be irritating; low
177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 toxicity by ing.; TSCA listed
Properties: Diced form; sp.gr. 0.92; visc. 1400 cps (140 C); drop pt. 108 Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
C; acid no. nil; hardness 3.5 dmm Precaution: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may
ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to tires causing slip-
A-C@ 735 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi-
Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer dizing agents
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
Uses: Additive for plastics, rubber, adhesives, coatings, inks, paper, pol- ated in tire conditions
ishes, textiles; food pkg. adhesives, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, Srorage: Keep away from heat, flame, strong oxidizing agents
lubricants; defoamer in food-contact coatings, paperlpaperboard; chew- A-C@1221A [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
ing gum base Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-propylene-maleicanhydride copolymer
Regulatory: FDA21CFR9172.615,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320, CAS 31069-12-2
176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1520, Uses: Additive in coatings, polymers, adhesives
177.2600, 177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45 Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311 nonreponable, 9313 report-
Properties: Diced form; sp.gr. 0.92; visc. 6000 cps (140 C); drop pt. 110 able (maleic anhydride); Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Korea listed
C; acid no. nil; hardness 2.5 dmm Properties: Lt. yel. waxy solid; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water;
A-C@830 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] m.p. 142-152 C; 100% act.
Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene carbon monoxide copolymer Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3total particulates; mild irritant, possible
Uses: Used in high performance hot-melt adhesives in conjunction with sensitizer to skin; molten prod. causes skin burns; particulatesmay cause
Elvaloy@HP ethylene-n-butylacrylate-carbon monoxide terpolymer res- eye irritation; powd. may cause irritation by inh.
ins; enhances adhesion, improves flexibility, improves elevated sewice Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
temp., reduces visc.; improves set speed Precaufion: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may
Properties: Dens. 0.97 glcc; visc. 230 cps (140 C); drop. pt. 96 C; hard- ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to tires causing slip-
ness 7.0 dmm pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi-
A-C@950P [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] dizing agents
Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-propylene-maleicanhydride copolymer Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
CAS 31069-12-2 ated in fire conditions
Uses: Additive in coatings, emulsions, slip resist. floor polishes, hot melt Srorage: Keep away from excessive heat, flame, strong oxidizing agents
applics., polymers, adhesives; dispersant for pigments, minerals, and A X @ 1221P [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
glass-filled plastics, compatibilizers, and adhesion promoters Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-propylene-maleicanhydride copolymer
Features: Provides reactivity in hot melt applics. CAS 31069-12-2
Regularory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311 nonreportable, 9313 report- Uses: Additive in coatings, overprint varnishes, emulsions, slip resist.
able (maleic anhydride); Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Korea listed floor polishes, polymers, adhesives, inks; dispersant for pigmentslmin-
Properties: Lt. yel. waxy solid; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; eralslglass-tilled plastics; adhesion promoter
sp.gr. 0.94; visc. 3000 cps (190 C); m.p. 142-152 C; sapon. no. 40-45; Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311 nonreponable, 9313 report-
hardness 0.93 dmm; 100% act. able (maleic anhydride); Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Korea listed
Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3total particulates; mild irritant, possible Properties: Lt. yel. waxy solid; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water;
sensitizer to skin; molten prod. causes skin burns; particulatesmay cause sp.gr. 0.94; visc. 600-1000 cps (190 C); m.p. 142-152 C; sapon. no. 42-
eye irritation; powd. may cause irritation by inh.; TSCA listed 46; hardness 0.1-0.3 dmm; 100% act.
Environmenfal: Not considered biodeg. Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3total particulates; mild irritant, possible
Precaution: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may sensitizer to skin; molten prod. causes skin burns; particulatesmay cause
ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slip- eye irritation; powd. may cause irritation by inh.; TSCA listed

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Acclaim@ Polyol2220 N

Environmental: Not considered biodeg. causing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with
Precaution: Powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may strong oxidizers, amines
ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slip- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
pery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxi- ated in fire conditions
dizing agents Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents, amines
Hazardous Ingredients: Maleic anhydride (trace) Acclaim@ 2200 [Bayer Polymers]
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener- Chem. Descrip.: Polypropylene glycol
ated in fire conditions CAS 25322-69-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-338-0
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, flame, strong oxidizing agents Uses: Polyol for use in coatings, adhesives, sealants, elastomers, epoxy
A-C@ 1702 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] flexibilizers, and defoamers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard
Chem. Descrip.: Polyethylene homopolymer Features: Improves tens. str., elong. at break, tear str., resilience, dy-
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 namic props.; reduces compression set and hysteresis
Uses: Gellant for oils, emollient, moisture retention aid, heat stabilizer in Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.180, 177.1680
personal care prods.; film-former; oil or fragrance encapsulator; nonirri- Properties: Pt-Co 20 color (50 C); water wh. to sl. haze; m.w. 2000; sp.gr.
tating abrasive; additive for plastics, rubber, adhesives, coatings, inks, 1.004 (20 C); dens. 8.38 lblgal (20 C); visc. 475 mP.s (20 C); acid no.
paper, polishes, textiles; processing aid 0.025; hyd. no. 56; pour pt. -36 C; flash pt. (PMCC) 420 F; 0.03% water
features: Increases permanency Acclaim@3201 [Bayer Polymers]
Properties: Grease-like; negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.88 glcc; visc. 40 Chem. Descrip.: -Polyoxyethylene-polyoxypropylene polymer
cps (140 C); drop. pt. 92 C; acid no. nil; flash pt. (COC) 232 C; hardness CAS 53637-25-5
90.0 dmm (D1321) Uses: Polyol for use in coatings, adhesives, sealants, elastomers, epoxy
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000 mglkg; mild skin irritant flexibilizers, and defoamers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard
Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents features: Improves tens. str., elong. at break, tear str., resilience, dy-
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Oxides of carbon, various oxidized and namic props.; reduces compression set and hysteresis
nonoxidized hydrocarbons Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.180, 177.1680
A-C@5120 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Properties: Pt-Co 20 color (50 C); water wh. to sl. haze; m.w. 3000; sp.gr.
Chem. Descrip.: Low m.w. ethylenelacrylic acid copolymer 1.014 (20 C); dens. 8.46 lblgal (20 C); visc. 780 mP.s (20 C); acid no.
CAS 9010-77-9 0.025; hyd. no. 37.4; pour pt. -36 C; flash pt. (PMCC) 420 F; 0.03%
Uses: Additive for recyclable hot-melt and aq. adhesives and coatings; water
modifier of carboxyl-functional powd. coatings; plastics and rubber pro-
Acclaim@4200 [Bayer Polymers]
cessing; defoamer in food-contact coatings, paperlpaperboard; gellant
for personal care and household prods. (cosmetics, protective moistur- Chem. Descrip.: Polypropylene glycol
izers, medications, dental adhesives, deodorizers); food pkg. adhesives, CAS 25322-69-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-338-0
coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubri- Uses: Polyol for use in coatings, adhesives, sealants, elastomers, epoxy
cants flexibilizers, and defoamers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170, Features: Improves tens. str., elong. at break, tear str., resilience, dy-
176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1310, 177.2600, namic props.; reduces compression set and hysteresis
177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850 Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 176.180, 177.1680
Properties: Prills; alkali-dispersible; dens. 0.94 glcc; visc. 650 cps (140 Properties: Pt-Co 20 color (50 C); water wh. to sl. haze; m.w. 4000; sp.gr.
C); drop pt. 92 C; acid no. 120; flash pt. (COC) 307 C; hardness 11.5 1.003 (20 C); dens. 8.37 lblgal (20 C); visc. 1100 mP.s (20 C); acid no.
dmm 0.025; hyd. no. 28; pour pt. -33 C; flash pt. (PMCC) 415 F; 0.03% water
A-C@5180 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Acclaim@6300 [Bayer Polymers]
Chem. Descr@: Low m.w. ethylene-acrylic acid copolymer Chem. Descrip.: Glycerol-propylene oxide polyether trio1
CAS 9010-77-9 CAS 25791-96-2
Uses: Additive for recyclable hot-melt and aq. adhesives and coatings; Uses: Polyol for use in coatings, adhesives, sealants, elastomers, epoxy
plastics and rubber processing; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paper/ flexibilizers, and defoamers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard
paperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants; defoamer features: Improves tens. str., elong. at break, tear str., resilience, dy-
in food-contact coatings, paperlpaperboard namic props.; reduces compression set and hysteresis
Regulatory: FDA21CFR5175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170, Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.180, 177.1680
176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.1310, 177.2600, Properties: Pt-Co 20 color (50 C); water wh. to sl. haze; m.w. 6000; sp.gr.
177.2800, 178.3570, 178.3850 1.007 (20 C); dens. 8.40 lblgal (20 C); visc. 1900 mP.s (20 C); acid no.
Properties: Grease-like; alkali-dispersible; dens. 0.96 glcc; visc. 650 cps 0.025; hyd. no. 28; pour pt. -30 C; flash pt. (PMCC) 425 F; 0.03% water
(140 C); drop pt. 76 C; acid no. 180; hardness 50 dmm Acclaim@ 8200 [Bayer Polymers]
A-C@6702 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Polypropylene glycol
Chem. Descrip.: Oxidized polyethylene homopolymer CAS 25322-69-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-338-0
CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 Uses: Polyol for use in coatings, adhesives, sealants, elastomers, epoxy
Uses: Additive wax for plastics, rubber, adhesives, coatings, inks, paper, flexibilizers, and defoamers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard
polishes, textiles; gellant for oils in personal care prods.; film-former; oil features: Improves tens. str., elong. at break, tear str., resilience, dy-
or fragrance encapsulator; nonirritating abrasive; emollient; heat stabi- namic props.; reduces compression set and hysteresis
lizer; food pkg. adhesives Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 176.180, 177.1680
features: Increases permanency, moisture retention, water resist. Properties: Pt-Co 20 color (50 C); water wh. to sl. haze; m.w. 8000; sp.gr.
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105; DOT nonregulated; SARA 5311l313 1.003 (20 C); dens. 8.37 lblgal (20 C); visc. 4300 mP.s (20 C); acid no.
nonreportable; Canada DSL, EU, Australia, Japan listed 0.025; hyd. no. 14; pour pt. -27 C; flash pt. (PMCC) 375 F; 0.03% water
Properties: Grease-like; char. waxy odor; negligible sol. in water; dens. Acclaim@Polyol2220 N [Bayer Polymers]
0.85 glcc; visc. 35 cps (140 C); drop pt. 85 C; acid no. 15; flash pt. (OC) Chem. Descrip.: Linear Polypropylene polyethlene ether polyol
> 255 C; hardness 90.0 dmm (D1321); = 100% act. Uses: Polyol for use in coatings, adhesives, sealants
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total Features: Sob.-free
particulates (powd.); negligible skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, par- Properties: Sol. in esters, ketones, aromatics; dens. = 1.O glcm3;visc. =
ticulates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh. (powd.); low 335 mPa,s; acid no. < 0.015 mg KOHlg; hydroxyl no. 50.0k1.5 mg KOHl
toxicity by ing.; TSCA listed g; hydroxyl content 1.52k0.05%; OH equivalent wt. = 1250 g; water
Environmental: Not considered biodeg. content 2 0.05%
Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static Precaution: Sensitive to moisture
charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires Sforage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers @ 15-25 C

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Acclaim@ Polyol4200 N

Acclaim@ Polyol4200 N [Bayer Polymers] Uses: Crosslinking agent, adhesion promoter for resins, coatings, inks,
Chem. Descrip.: Linear Polypropylene ether polyol adhesives
Uses: Polyol for use in elastic coatings, adhesives, sealants Regulatory: Transport regulated
Properties: Sol. in esters, ketones, aromatics; dens. = 1.O glcm3;visc. = Properties: Wh. powd.; sol. < 0.1 gll00 ml; sp.gr. 1.3; m.p. 95-98 C
980 mPa s; acid no. 5 0.01 5 mg KOHlg; hydroxyl no. 28.0k1.5 mg KOHl Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 188 mglkg; toxic by ing., inh.; risk of serious
g; hydroxyl content 0.85k0.05%; OH equivalent wt. = 2000 g; water damage to eyes; irritanting to mucous membranes, upper respiratory
content 5 0.05% tract, eyes, skin; may cause skin sensitization; may cause heritable ge-
Precaution: Sensitive to moisture netic damage; ACGIH-TLV TWA0.05 mglm3;TSCA listed
Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers 0 temps. of Environmental: Harmful to aquatic organisms; may cause Ion-term ad-
15-25 C verse effects in the aquatic environment
Acclaim@Polyol6320 N [Bayer Polymers] Precaution: Wear chemical resistant gloves, safety goggles, protective
Chem. Descrip.: Trifunctional Polypropylene ether polyol clothing; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents
Uses: Polyol for use in elastic coatings, adhesives, sealants Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides
Properties: Sol. in esters, ketones, aromatics; dens. = 1.01 glcm3;visc. = Storage: Store in cool, dry place; keep containters tightly closed
1725 mPa.s; acid no. 2 0.015 mg KOHlg; hydroxyl no. 28.0k1.5 mg Acrawax@ C [Lonza]
KOHlg; hydroxyl content 0.85+0.05%; OH equivalent wt. = 2000 g; wa- Chem. Descrip.: N, N ‘-Ethylene bisstearamide
ter content 5 0.05% CAS 110-30-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-755-6
Precaution: Sensitive to moisture Uses: Internal and surf. lubricant in PVC, PP, PE, ABS, nylon, acetal,
Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers 0 temps. of thermoplastic polyester, PS, phenolic, PU; plasticizer, compatibilizer, slip/
15-25 C antiblock, flow improver, pigment dispersant in hot-melt adhesives and
Acetocure 73 [Aceto] coatings; lubricant, processing aid, detackifier, mold release agent,
Chem. Descrip.: 2-Hydroxy-2-methylphenylpropan-I-one antiblocking agent in SR; food-contact applics.; powd. and atomized
CAS 7473-98-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-272-0 grades as lubricant and binder for cold compaction of powd. metal parts;
Uses: UV photoinitiator in coatings, inks, adhesives papermaking
Acetocure 81 [Aceto] Regulatory: FDA clearance for food-contact applics.
Chem. Descrip.: Benzophenone (45-55%), 4-methylbenzophenone (40- Properties: Avail. as beads, prills, powd., atomized or aq. disp. (33% sol-
45%), 2-methylbenzophenone (5-10%) ids); 10% max. on 10 mesh (beads); 2% max. on 40 mesh (prilled); 1%
UN 3082 max. on 100 mesh (powd.); 0.1% max. on 325 mesh (atomized); insol.
Uses: UV photoinitiator in coatings, inks, adhesives in water; sp.gr. 0.97; m.p. 140-145 C; acid no. 8 max.; flash pt. 285 C
Properties: Yel. cl. oily liq.; very faint odor; insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.07 (20 acResinTMA 203 UV [BASF AG]
C); m.p. < 5 C; b.p. 100-120 C (0.2 mm Hg); flash pt. > 110 C Chem. Descrip.: Acrylate copolymer
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 10,000 mglkg; irritating to eyes, skin, mu- CAS 98060-25-4
cous membranes, upper respiratory tract; may be harmful by inh., ing., Uses: For the production of pressure-sensitive adhesives
skin absorp.; TSCA listed Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; RCRA nonregulated; SARA 9313
Environmental: Environmentally hazardous nonreportable
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Emits toxic fumes of CO, CO, under tire Properties: CI. visc. liq.; sl. ester odor; insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.05; visc. 13;
conditions flash pt. 121 C; autoignition 420 C
Storage: Store in cool, dry place; keep containers tightly closed; avoid Toxicology: LD50 (skin, rabbit) 1000 mglkg; minimally irritating to skin;
excess heat for prolonged periods TSCA listed
Acetocure 84 [Aceto] Precaution: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; may form explosive
Chem. Descrip.: 1-Hydroxycyclohexyl phenyl ketone dust-air mixture
CAS 947-19-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 213-426-9 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, hydrocarbons
Uses: UV photoinitiator in coatings, inks, adhesives HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Properties: Wh. to off-wh. cryst. powd.; faint odor; sol. < 0.01% in water Sforage: Avoid excessive heat
(20 C); sp.gr. 1.I-1.2 (20 C); vapor pressure 0.03 Pa (20 C); m.p. 45-50 AcronaP 81 D [BASF AG]
C; b.p. 175 C (15 mm); flash pt. > 150 C; 99% min. assay Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary polymer (59-61%) and acrylonitrile (< 100
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000 mglkg; causes irritation to eyes, skin, ppm) in water
mucous membranes, upper respiratory tract; may be harmful by inh., CAS 107-13-1
ing., skin absorp.; TSCA listed Uses: Wood and vinyl flooring adhesive
Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents, strong bases, strong Features: Moderate adhesion; high cohesion; crosslinkable; exc. chemi-
acids; avoid raising dust cal resistance
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Emits toxic fumes of CO, CO, under fire Regulatory: FDA ZICFR 9175.105; DOT nonregulated; CERCLA
conditions nonreportable; SARA 5313 nonreponable; CA carcinogen
Storage: Store in cool, dry place; keep containers tightly closed Properties: Milky wh. aq. disp.; mild ester odor; sp.gr. 1.03; visc. 1500;
Acetomer 68 [Aceto] vapor pressure 23 mbar; f.p. 32 F; b.p. 212 F; flash pt. > 300 F; pH 4.5-
Chem. Descrip.: 1,2,4,5-Benzenetracarboxylic acid, compd with 43- 5.5; 55% solids
Dihydro-2-phenyl-IH-imidazole (1:l) (100%) Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 2000-10,000 mglkg; Acrylonitrile: ACGIH TLVl
CAS 54553-90-1 TWA skin 2 ppm; OSHA PEL, CElL 10 ppm, TWA 2 ppm; may cause
Uses: Crosslinking agent, adhesion promoter for resins, coatings, inks, eye, skin irritation; may cause gastric disturbances; inh. may irritate res-
adhesives piratory tract; TSCA listed
Properties: Off-wh. very fine powd.; sol. in water 0.3%; sp.gr. 1.5; m.p. Environmental: LC50 (golden orfe, 48 h) 500 mgll, zebra fish, 96 h) 100
210-230 C; flash pt. > 200 C mgll; EC50 (daphnia magna, 48 h) 20 mgb; LC20 (activated sludge) 100
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat 700 mglkg; causes eye, skin, upper respira- mgll; OECD Test 302 B 70%; readily biodeg.
tory tract, mucous membrane irritation; may be harmful by inh., ing., Precaution: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; if vapors or mists
skin abworption; TSCA listed are generated, use respirator; may form explosive dust-air mixture; do
Precaution: Wear NIOSH-approvedrespirator, chemical resistant gloves, not discharge into waterways or sewer systems
safety goggles, protective clothing; incompat. with reducting agents Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, NO,
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Toxic fumes of CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Acetomer TGlC [Aceto] Sforage: Avoid excessive heat
Chem. Descrip.: Triglycidyl isocyanurate AcronaP 296 D [BASF AG]
CAS 2451-62-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 219-514-3 Chem. Descrip.: Proprietarypolymer (49-51%), butyl acrylate, (< 100 ppm)
UN 2811 styrene (< 100 ppm) and formaldehyde (< 20 ppm) in water

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AcronaP S 702

CAS 141-32-2; 100-42-5; 50-00-0 @ 68 F; bulk dens. 8.58 Ibslgal; vapor pressure 23 mbars; visc. 300-750
Uses: Adhesive raw material for ceramic tile mastics cPs @ 73 F; f.p. 32 F; b.p. 212 F; flash pt. > 300 F; pH 7.0-8.5
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; RCRA, CERCLA nonreportable; SARA Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 2000-10,0000mglkg; may cause eye, skin,
5313 nonreportable; CA carcinogen respiratory irritation; ing. may cause gastric disturbances; TSCA listed
Properties: Milky wh. aq. disp.; mild ester odor; misc. in water; sp.gr. 1.04 Environmental: LC50 (zebra fish, 48 h) 100 mgll; LC20 (activated sludge)
@ 68 F; visc. 6000-8500 cPs @ 73 F; f.p. 32 F; b.p. 212 F; flash pt. > 100 mgll; EC50 (daphnia magna, 48 h) 20 mgll; OECD Test 302 B 70%
300 F; pH 7.5-8.5 Precaufion: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; if vapors or mists
Toxicology: Butyl acrylate: ACGIH TLV TWA 2 ppm; styrene: ACGIH TLV are generated, use respirator; do not discharge into waterways or sewer
STEL 40 ppm/TWA20 ppm, OSHA PEL CElL 200 ppmlSTEL 600 ppml systems; incompat. with metal salts
TWA100ppm; formaldehyde: ACGIH TLV CEIL0.3 ppmlSTEL 0.3 ppm, Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, NO,, hydrocarbons
OSHA STEL 2 ppm/TWA 0.75 ppm; may cause eye, skin irritation; ing. HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
may cause gastric disturbance; inh. may irritate respiratory tract; TSCA Storage: Prevent from freezing
listed AcronaP S 430 P [BASF AG]
Precaution: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; if vapors or mists Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary polymer (87-go%), nonhazardous compo-
are generated, use respirator; incompat. with metal salts; do not dis- nents (8-11%) and talc
charge into waterways or sewer systems CAS 14807-96-6
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, NO,, hydrocarbons Uses: Adhesive raw material for ceramic tile thin sets
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; CERCLA, RCRA, SARA 9313
Storage: Protect from freezing; avoid excessive heat nonreportable; NJ, PA MA, Right-to-Know; CA carcinogen
AcronaP A 107 [BASF AG] Properties: SI. yel. powd.; sl. ester odor; disp. in water; bulk dens. 450 kgl
Uses: Peel adhesion modifier m3;autoignition 390 C
Properties: Dens. 8.5 Ibslgal; visc. 75 cps; Tg -46 C; pH 7.0; 50% solids Toxicology: May cause eye, skin, respiratory irritation; ing. may cause
AcronaP A 200 [BASF AG] gastric disturbances; TSCA listed
Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary polymer (69-71%) in water Precaution: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; if vapors or mists
Uses: Adhesive for carpet, wood and vinyl flooring adhesives are generated, use respirator; do not discharge into waterways or sewer
Feafures: Low adhesion; moderate cohesion; low VOC systems; incompat. with metal salts
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; RCRA, CERCLA nonreportable; SARA Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, NO,, hydrocarbons
9313 nonreportable; CA carcinogen HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Properties: Wh. liq.; faint ester odor; misc. in water; sp.gr. 1.02 @ 68 F; Storage: Store in cool, dry place in tightly closed containers; avoid con-
vapor pressure 17 mm Hg @ 68 F; visc. 300 CPS;f.p. 32 F; b.p. 212 F; tact with heat, sparks, open flame, static discharge
pH 8; 50% solids AcronaP S 629 P [BASF AG]
Toxicology: TSCA listed Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary polymer (100%) and formaldehyde
Precaution: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; if vapors or mists CAS 50-00-0
are generated, use respirator; do not discharge into waterways or sewer Uses: Adhesive raw material for ceramic tile thin sets
systems Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; CERCLA, RCRA, SARA 9313
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, C02, NO,, hydrocarbons nonreportable; NJ, PA MA, Right-to-Know; CA carcinogen
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 Properties: Lt. brown powd.; sl. ester odor; disp. in water; bulk dens. 470
Storage: Avoid excessive heat kglm3;autoignition 390 F; pH 7.5
AcronaP A 378 [BASF AG] Toxicology: Formaldehyde: ACGIH TLV CElL 0.3 ppmlSTEL 0.3 ppm,
Uses: Pressure sensitive adhesives OSHA PEL STEL 2 ppm/TWA 0.75 ppm; may cause eye, skin, respira-
Feafures: Moderate adhesion; very high cohesion; low VOC tory irritation; ing. may cause gastric disturbances
Properties: Dens. 8.7 Ibslgal; visc. 250 cps; Tg -20 C; pH 6.2; 62% solids Precaufion: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; if vapors or mists
are generated, use respirator; do not discharge into waterways or sewer
AcronaP DS 3390 [BASF AG] systems
Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary polymer (66-64%) and Vinyl acetate, (< 0.4%) Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, hydrocarbons
in water HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
CAS 108-05-4 Sforage: Store in cool, dry place in tightly closed containers; avoid con-
Uses: Raw material for wood flooring adhesives tact with heat, sparks, open flame, static discharge
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; RCRA nonreportable; CERCLA, SARA AcronaP S 695 P [BASF AG]
9313 reportable (vinyl acetate); CA carcinogen; NJ, PA, MA Right-to- Chem. Descrip.: Styrene acrylate copolymer (97%), naphthlenesulfonic
Know acid (3%), styrene (< 100 ppm) and butyl acrylate (< 100 ppm) in water
Properties: Milky wh. aq. disp.; sl. ester odor; misc. in water; sp.gr. 1.13; CAS 25767-47-9; 37293-74-6; 100-42-5; 141-32-2
visc. 200 cPs @ 73 F; f.o. 32 F; b.D. 212 F: flash ot. > 300 F; oH 3.5-5.5 Uses: Adhesive raw material for ceramic tile thin sets
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mglkg; may c a k e eye, ski; irritation; Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; CERCLA, RCRA, SARA 9313
TSCA listed nonreportable; NJ, PA MA, Right-to-Know; CA carcinogen
Environmenfal: (goldfish, 96 h) 1500 mgll Properties: Lt. brown powd.; faint ester odor; disp. in water; bulk dens.
Precaution: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; if vapors or mists 540 kg/m3;flash pt. 390 F; autoignition 392 F
are generated, use respirator; incompat. with metal salts; do not dis- Toxicology: Styrene: ACGIH TLV STEL 40 ppm/TWA 20 ppm, OSHA PEL
charge into waterways or sewer systems CElL 200 ppmlSTEL 600 ppm/TWA 100 ppm; butyl acrylate: ACGIH
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, NO,, hydrocarbons TLV TWA 2 ppm; may cause eye, skin, respiratory irritation; ing. may
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 cause gastric disturbances; TSCA listed
Storage: Avoid excessive heat; protect from freezing Precaufion: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; if vapors or mists
AcronaP N 285 [BASF AG] are generated, use respirator; do not discharge into waterways or sewer
Uses: High-performance pressure sensitive adhesives and construction systems
adhesives for PVC and other floor coverings Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, hydrocarbons
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105 HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
AcronaP S 400 [BASF AG] Sforage: Avoid contact with heat, sparks, open flame, static discharge
Chem. Descrk.: Proprietary polymer (5638%) in water AcronaP S 702 [BASF AG]
Uses: Adhesive Chem. Descrip.: Styrene acrylate copolymer (49-51%), styrene (< 100
Regulafory: DOT nonregulated; CERCLA, RCRA, SARA 9313 ppm) and butyl acrylate (< 100 ppm) in water
nonreponable; NJ, PA MA, Right-to-Know CAS 25767-47-9; 100-42-5; 141-32-2
Properties: Milky wh. aq. disp.; mild ester odor; misc. in water; sp.gr. 1.03 Uses: Adhesive raw material for ceramic tile thin sets

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AcronaP S 710

Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; CERCLA, RCRA, SARA 9313 incompat. with bivalent metals, e.g., urethanelstyrene acrylic emulsions
nonreponable; NJ, PA MA, Right-to-Know and other polymer emulsions
Properties: Milky wh. aq. disp.; sl. ester odor; misc. in water; sp.gr. 1.03; features: Bivalent metal-free; sodium nitrate stabilized
visc. 170-500 mPas; f.p. 32 F; b.p. 212 F; pH 7-8.5 Regulatory: EPA Reg. no. 67071-1
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000 mglkg; styrene: ACGIH TLV STEL 40 Acticidea MV 14 [Thor UK]
ppm/TWA 20 ppm, OSHA PEL CElL 200 ppmlSTEL 600 ppm/TWA 100 Chem. Descrip.: Concentrated formulation of ClTlMlT
ppm; butyl acrylate: ACGIH TLV TWA 2 ppm; may cause eye, skin, res- Uses: Biocide for wet-state systems, paintslcoatings, inks, and formula-
piratory irritation; ing. may cause gastric disturbances; TSCA listed tions incompat. with bivalent metals, e.g., urethanelstyrene acrylic emul-
Precaution: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; if vapors or mists sions and other polymer emulsions
are generated, use respirator; do not discharge into waterways or sewer Features: Bivalent metal-free
systems; incompat. with metal salts Regulatory: EPA Reg. no. 67071-1
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, NO,, hydrocarbons Acticidea RS [Pax Chem.; Thor UK]
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 Chem. Descrip.: 5-Chloro-2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-onelmethyl
Storage: Protect from freezing isothiocyanate aq. formulation, magnesium nitratelcopper nitrate-stabi-
AcronaP S 710 [BASF AG] lized
Chem. Descrip.: Butyl acrylatelstyrene copolymer (49-51%), styrene (< Uses: Biocide for wet-state systems, aq. paintslcoatings, inks
200 ppm) and butyl acrylate (< 200 ppm) in water Features: Magnesium and copper nitrate stabilized
CAS 25586-20-3; 100-42-5; 141-32-2 ActicideB SPX [Pax Chem.; Thor UK; Tennants Distrib. Ltd]
Uses: Adhesive raw material for ceramic tile mastics Chem. Descrip.: 5-Chloro-2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one,2-methyl-4-
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; CERCLA, RCRA, SARA 9313 isothiazolin-3-one
nonreponable; NJ, PA MA, Right-to-Know Uses: Biocide for wet-state preservation of wide range of aq., formalde-
Properties: Wh. aq. disp.; mild ester odor; misc. in water; sp.gr. 1.05; visc. hyde-sensitive prods., paintslcoatings, inks; preservative, biocide, bac-
20-80 mPas; f.p. 32 F; b.p. 212 F; flash pt. > 300 F; pH 6.5-8.5 tericide, fungicide, slimicide for paperlpulp
Toxicology: Styrene: ACGIH TLV STEL 40 ppmlTWA 20 ppm, OSHA PEL Features: Soh.-free; formaldehyde-free; magnesium nitrate stabilized
CElL 200 ppmlSTEL 600 ppm/TWA 100 ppm; butyl acrylate: ACGIH Properties: Liq.; 1.4-1.6% act.
TLV TWA 2 ppm; may cause eye, skin, respiratory irritation; ing. may Actilane 170 [Akzo Nobel]
cause gastric disturbances Aromatic urethane acrylate
Precaution: Use gloves, coveralls, chemical goggles; if vapors or mists ng exc. film props. with good flexibility when cured under
are generated, use respirator; do not discharge into waterways or sewer UV or EB, for use in silk screen inks on flexible substrates, highly flex-
systems; incompat. with metal salts ible overprint varnishes, adhesives; plasticizer for epoxy acrylates
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, hydrocarbons features: Difunctional
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 Properties: Gardner 1-2 highly visc. liq.; m.w. = 5000; visc. 80-130 Pa.s
Storage: Protect from freezing; avoid excessive heat Precaution: Polymerizes under heat or light
AcronaP V 275 [BASF AG] Storage: 6 mos. shelf life when stored below 30 C; extended storage > 45
Uses: Used in adhesives for laying PVC floor coverings and carpets C is not rec.; return to ambient storage and rewarm if whole contents of
features: High tack; good quick grab; heat stability; good plasticizer mi- container not used
gration resistance; exc. filler acceptance Actilane 200 [Akzo Nobel]
AcrysoP ASE-75 [Rohm & Haas] Chem. Descrip.: Aliphatic urethane acrylate
Chem. Descrip.: Polyacrylic acid Uses: Resin giving flexible, tough, nonyel. films when cured with UV or
CAS 9003-01-4 EB, for use in nonyellowing PVC and wood floor varnishes, overprint
Uses: Thickener for latexes and emulsions for paints, flocking adhesives; varnishes for paper, board, and plastic sheets, silk screen inks, adhe-
binder for textiles sives
Features: Alkali-sol.; not crosslinked features: Difunctional; high reactivity
Properties: Dens. 9.0 Iblgal; visc. < 20 cps; pH 2.7; anionic; 40% solids Properties: Gardner 1-2 high visc. liq.; low odor; m.w. = 1200; visc. 80-
AcrysoP TT-615 [Rohm & Haas] 130 Pa.s (50 C); flash pt.(CC) 140 C
Chem. Descrip.: Acrylic copolymer emulsion Toxicology: Low skin irritancy
CAS 25133-97-5 Precaution: Polymerizes under heat or light
Uses: Thickener for coatings, textile printing pastes, and adhesives Storage: 6 mos. shelf life when stored below 30 C; extended storage > 45
Properties: Liq.; alkali-sol. C is not rec.; return to ambient storage and rewarm if whole contents of
Acticidea 14 [Thor UK] container not used
Chem. Descrip.: Chloro-2-methyl-3(2H)-isothiazoloneand Methyl-3(2H)- Actilane 200TP20 [Akzo Nobel]
isothiazolone Chem. Descrip.: Aliphatic urethane acrylate in TPGDA diluent (20%)
Uses: Microbicide for wet-state protection of aq. formulations, industrial Uses: Resin giving flexible, tough, nonyel. films when cured with UV or
water treatment, preservative formulations EB, for use in nonyellowing PVC and wood floor varnishes, overprint
Features: Protects against bacteria, yeasts, fungi varnishes for paper, board, and plastic sheets, silk screen inks, adhe-
Regulatory: EPA Reg. no. 67071-5 sives
Properties: Liq. Features: Difunctional; high reactivity
ActicideB LA Family [Thor UK] Properties: Gardner 1-2 med. visc. liq.; low odor; m.w. = 1200; visc. 80-
Chem. Descrip.: 5-Chloro-2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one, methyl 100 Pa.s; flash pt.(CC) > 100 C
isothiocyanate, and Bronopol(2-bromo-2-nitropropane-I,3-diol) Toxicology: Low skin irritancy
Uses: Biocide for aq., formaldehyde, and bivalent metal ion-sensitive sys- Precaution: Polymerizes under heat or light
tems (wet state), paintslcoatings, inks Storage; 6 mos. shelf life when stored below 30 C; extended storage > 45
ActicideB MBS [Thor UK] C is not rec.; return to ambient storage and rewarm if whole contents of
Chem. Descrip.: Water borne formulation of MlTlBlT container not used
Uses: Wet state protection of water based formaldehyde sensitive prod- Actilane 230HD30 [Akzo Nobel]
ucts Chem. Descrip.: Aliphatic urethane acrylate in HDDA diluent (30%)
features: AOX, CIT and VOC free Uses: Binder, resin producing tough, nonyellowing films with exc. adhe-
Regulatory: EPA Reg. no. 67071-29 sion to wide variety of substrates, very fast cure response by UV or EB,
ActicideB MV [Thor UK] for use in screen inks, PVC floor varnishes, optical fiber coatings, adhe-
Chem. Descrip.: 5-Chloro-2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-onelmethyl sives
isothiocyanate aq. formulation, sodium nitrate-stabilized features: Difunctional; produces coatings with good mech.lchem. resist.;
Uses: For wet-state systems, paintslcoatings, inks, and formulations esp. suitable for printing and varnishing on flexible substrates

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ACumistB A-18

Properties: APHA 250 hazy visc. liq.; m.w. = 1100; visc. 7-18 Pa.s (food contact); reduces precipitation of low sol. inorg. salts; crystal modi-
Precaution: Polymerizes under heat or light fier; dispersant preventing precipitated crystals from agglomerating and
Storage: 6 mos. shelf life when stored below 30 C; extended storage > 45 depositing on surfaces; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard
C is not rec.; return to ambient storage and rewarm if whole contents of Features: Inhibitsdeposition of calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, barium
container not used sulfate, etc.; effectiveover wide range of pH, water hardness, and temps.;
Actilane 270 [Akzo Nobel] exc. freeze-thaw stability
Chem. Descrip.: Aliphatic urethane acrylate Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9173.310, 175.105, 176.170, 176.180
Uses: Urethane-acrylic for UVIEB-cured flexible varnishes, adhesives, Properties: Colorless to straw colored, cl. to sl. hazy homogeneous s o h ;
inks; plasticizer for other radiation-curable oligomers sol. in brine sol'ns.; m.w. 4500 (avg.); dens. 10.2 Iblgal; visc. 500-1200
features: Difunctional; rec. for low visc. wh. inks or transparent coatings cps; pH 3.2-4.0; 44% act.
where nonyellowing is essential; produces films with good reactivity, Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg, (skin, rabbit) > 5 glkg; sl. eye and
adhesion, exc. flexibility skin irritant
Properties: Gardner 1-2 visc. liq.; m.w. 1250; visc. 80-100 Pa s; flash pt. Environmental: LC50 (daphnia, 48 h) > 1000 ppm, (trout, 96 h) 700 ppm
(CC) > 100 c Storage: Can develop sl. hazy appearance after long-term cold storage,
Precaution: Polymerizes under heat or light and cause separation; does not impair performance, but recommend
Storage: 6 mos. shelf life when stored below 30 C; extended storage > 45 that prod. not freeze in order to avoid remixing
C is not rec.; return to ambient storage and rewarm if whole contents of AcumerB 1510 [Rohm & Haas]
container not used Chem. Descrip.: Polyacrylic acid homopolymer colloidal sol'n.
Actilane 290 [Akzo Nobel] CAS 9003-01-4
Chem. Descrip.: Aliphatic urethane acrylate Uses: Dispersant for water treatment, boiler water (food contact); modi-
Uses: Urethane-acrylic for UVIEB-cured silk screen inks on flexible sub- fier for aq. formulations, cleaners, binders, adhesives, emulsion paints;
strates, highly flexible overprint varnishes, adhesives; plasticizer for ep- in reproduction processes; ceramic applics.; its salts as thickeners and
oxy acrylates dispersants for latex systems; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard
Features: Difunctional; produces films with good flexibility, nonyellowing Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 9173.310, 175.105, 176.170
props. Properties: Colorless cl. visc. liq.; infinite dilutability with water; m.w. =
Properties: APHA 250 high visc. liq.; m.w. 3500; visc. 30-70 Pa.s 60,000; visc. 160 cps; pH = 2 (5% aq.); 25% solids
Precaution: Polymerizes under heat or light Toxico/ogy:LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg, (dermal, rabbit) > 3 glkg; causes eye
Storage: 6 mos. shelf life when stored below 30 C; extended storage > 45 damage and sl. skin irritation; vapors may be irritating to eyes and respi-
C is not rec.; return to ambient storage and rewarm if whole contents of ratory tract, and cause headache and nausea in poorly ventilated areas
container not used Acumera 1850 [Rohm & Haas]
AcumerB 1000 [Rohm & Haas] Chem. Descrip.: Sodium salt of polycarboxylate
Chem. Descrip.: Partial sodium salt of polyacrylic acid, 20% neutralized CAS 37199-81-8
CAS 9003-04-7 Uses: Scale inhibitor in water treatment, stressed cooling water, boiler
Uses: Scale inhibitor for industrial water treatment and oil prod. applics.; water sludge control, boiler water (food contact); food pkg. adhesives,
reduces precipitation of low sol. inorg. salts; crystal modifier; dispersant coatings, paperlpaperboard
preventing precipitated crystals from agglomerating and depositing on Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9173.310, 175.105, 175.300, 176.170
surfaces; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard; scale inhibitor for boiler Properties: M.w. 30,000; pH 9-10.8; 23% act.
water (food contact) ACumistB A-12 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
features: Inhibits deposition of calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, barium Chem. Descrip.: Micronized oxidized polyethylene homopolymer
sulfate, etc.; effectiveover wide range of pH, water hardness, and temps.; CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
exc. freeze-thaw stability Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, personal care, rubber applics.;
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5173.310, 175.105, 176.170,176.180 provides matting and surf. props. to powd. coatings; suspension aid,
Properties: Colorless to straw-colored cl. to sl. hazy homogeneous sol'n.; flatting and texturizing agent, and binder for personal care prods.; food
sol. in brine sol'ns.; m.w. 2000 (avg.); dens. 10.3 Iblgal; visc. 100-400 pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard, textiles
cps; pH 3.2-4.0; 47-49% total solids features: Exc. mar and abrasion resist., COF reduction, recoatability;
Toxico/ogy: SI. eye and skin irritant esp. for high temp. resist. systems
Storage: Can develop sl. hazy appearance after long-term cold storage, Regu/atory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.200, 176.210, 177.2800; DOT
and cause separation; does not impair performance, but recommend nonregulated; SARA §311/313 nonreportable; EU, Canada DSL, Aus-
that prod. not freeze in order to avoid remixing tralia, Japan listed
AcumerB 1020 [Rohm & Haas] Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 12 p avg. particle size; char. waxy
Chem. Descrip.: Polyacrylic acid odor; negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.99 glcc; drop pt. 136 C; acid no.
CAS 9003-01-4 26-40; flash pt. (OC) > 293 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act.
Uses: Scale inhibitor for industrial water treatment and oil prod. applics.; Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total
reduces precipitation of low sol. inorg. salts; crystal modifier; dispersant particulates; negligible skin irritant; nonirritatingto eyes, particulates may
preventing precipitated crystals from agglomerating and depositing on cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh.; low toxicity by ing.; TSCA
surfaces; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard listed
Features: Inhibits deposition of calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, barium Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
sulfate, etc.; effectiveover wide range of pH, water hardness, and temps.; Precaution: Combustible; may present a dust explosion hazard; static
exc. freeze-thaw stability charges may ignite flamm. atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires caus-
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105, 176.180; as sodium salt: 173.310, ing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong
176.170 oxidizers, amines
Properties: Colorless to straw colored, cl. to sl. hazy homogeneous sol'n.; Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, combustible gases may be gener-
sol. in brine sol'ns.; m.w. 2000 (avg.); dens. 10.1 Iblgal; visc. < 1000 ated in fire conditions
cps; pH 2.1-2.5; 39% act. Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, flame, strong oxidizing agents,
Toxico/ogy: Mod. eye irritant amines
Storage: Can develop sl. hazy appearance after long-term cold storage, ACumistB A-18 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
and cause separation; does not impair performance, but recommend Chem. Descrip.: Micronized oxidized polyethylene homopolymer
that prod. not freeze in order to avoid remixing CAS 68441-17-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
AcumerB 1100 [Rohm & Haas] Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, coatings, personal care, and rub-
Chem. Descrip.: Partial sodium salt of polyacrylic acid, 20% neutralized ber applics.; suspension aid, flatting and texturizing agent, and binder
CAS 9003-04-7 for personal care prods.; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard, tex-
Uses: Scale inhibitor for industrial water treatment, oil prod., boiler water tiles

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ACumista B-6

Features: Exc. mar and abrasion resist., COF reduction, recoatability; ACumisP B-12 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
esp. for high temp. resist. systems Chem. Descrip.: Micronized HDPE homopolymer
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 176.200, 176.210, 177.2800; DOT CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
nonregulated; SARA §311/313 nonreponable; EU, Canada DSL, Aus- Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, personalcare, and rubber applics.;
tralia, Japan listed provides matting, surf. props. to powd. coatings; good performance in
Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 18 p avg. particle size; char. waxy soh.-based coatings; suspension aid, flatting and texturizing agent, and
odor; negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.99 glcc; drop pt. 136 C; acid no. binder for personal care prods.; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paper/
26-40; flash pt. (OC) > 293 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act. paperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLV 10 mglm3 total Features: Exc. mar and abrasion resist., exc. recoatability
particulates; negligible skin irritant; nonirritatingto eyes, particulates may Regulatory: FDA21CFR§175.105,175.300,175.320,176.170,176.180,
cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh.; low toxicity by ing.; TSCA 176.200,176.210,177.1200,177.1210,177.1520,177.2600,177.2800,
listed 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45; DOT nonregulated; SARA 5311l313
Environmental: Not considered biodeg. nonreportable; EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan, Korea listed
Precaution: Combustible; may present a dust explosion hazard; static Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 12 p avg. particle size; char. waxy
charges may ignite flamm. atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires caus- odor; negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.96 glcc; drop pt. 126 C; acid no.
ing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong nil; flash pt. (OC) > 300 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act.
oxidizers, amines Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLVITWA 3 mglm3
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, C02,combustible gases may be gener- (respirable particulate); mild skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, particu-
ated in fire conditions lates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh.; low toxicity by
Sforage: Keep away from excessive heat, flame, strong oxidizing agents, ing.; TSCA listed
amines Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
ACumistB B-6 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.; Baerlocher France] Precaution: Combustible; may present a dust explosion hazard; static
Chem. Descrip.: Micronized HDPE homopolymer charges may ignite flamm. atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires caus-
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 ing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong
Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, personal care, pharmaceuticals, oxidizing agents
rubber; provides matting, surf. props. to powd. coatings, sob.-based Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents
coatings; suspension aid, flatting agent, texturizer, binder for personal ACumisP B-18 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
care prods.; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cello- Chem. Descrip.: Micronized HDPE homopolymer
phane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
Features: Exc. mar and abrasion resist.; exc. recoatability Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, personalcare, and rubber applics.;
Regulatory: FDA21CFR§175.105,175.300,175.320,176.170,176.180, good performance in sob.-based coatings; suspension aid, flatting and
176.200,176.210,177.1200,177.1210,177.1520,177.2600,177.2800, texturizing agent, and binder for personal care prods.; food pkg. adhe-
178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45; DOT nonregulated; SARA §311/313 sives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles,
nonreportable; EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan, Korea listed lubricants
Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 6 p avg. particle size; char. waxy odor; features: Exc. mar and abrasion resist., exc. recoatability
negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.96 glcc; drop pt. 126 C; acid no. nil; flash Regulatory: FDA21CFR§175.105,175.300,175.320,176.170,176.180,
pt. (OC) > 300 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act. 176.200,176.210,177.1200,177.1210,177.1520,177.2600,177.2800,
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLVITWA 3 mglm3 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45; DOT nonregulated; SARA 5311l313
(respirable particulate); mild skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, particu- nonreportable; EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan, Korea listed
lates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh.; low toxicity by Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 18 p avg. particle size; char. waxy
ing.; TSCA listed odor; negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.96 glcc; drop pt. 126 C; acid no.
Environmental: Not considered biodeg. nil; flash pt. (OC) > 300 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act.
Precaution: Combustible; may present a dust explosion hazard; static Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLVmnlA 3 mglm3
charges may ignite flamm. atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires caus- (respirable particulate); mild skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, particu-
ing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong lates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh.; low toxicity by
oxidizing agents ing.; TSCA listed
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents Environmental: Not considered biodeg.
ACumistB B-9 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Precaution: Combustible; may present a dust explosion hazard; static
Chem. Descrip.: Micronized HDPE homopolymer charges may ignite flamm. atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires caus-
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 ing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong
Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, personalcare, and rubber applics.; oxidizing agents
good performance in soh.-based coatings; food pkg. adhesives, coat- Sforage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents
ings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, textiles, lubricants ACumisP C-5 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.]
Features: Exc. mar and abrasion resist.; exc. recoatability Chem. Descrip.: Micronized polyethylene homopolymer
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3
Regulatory: FDA21CFR§175.105,175.300,175.320,176.170,176.180, Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, personalcare, and rubber applics.;
176.200,176.210,177.1200,177.1210,177.1520,177.2600,177.2800, abrasion resist. aid and slip resist. aid for coatings; suspension aid, flat-
178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45; DOT nonregulated; SARA 5311l313 ting agent, texturizing agent, and binder for personal care prods.; food
nonreportable; EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan, Korea listed
pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard,cellophane, rubber articles,
Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 9 p avg. particle size; char. waxy odor; textiles, lubricants
negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.96 glcc; drop pt. 126 C; acid no. nil; flash Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.300,175.320,176.170,176.180,
pt. (OC) > 300 C; hardness < 0.5 dmm; = 100% act. 176.200,176.210,177.1200,177.1210,177.1520,177.2600,177.2800,
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLVITWA 3 mglm3 178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45; DOT nonregulated; SARA 5311l313
(respirable particulate); mild skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, particu- nonreportable; EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan, Korea listed
lates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh.; low toxicity by Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 5 p avg. particle size; char. waxy odor;
ing.; TSCA listed negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.95 glcc; drop pt. 121 C; acid no. nil; flash
Environmental: Not considered biodeg. pt. (OC) > 300 C; hardness 1.0 dmm; = 100% act.
Precaution: Combustible; may present a dust explosion hazard; static Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLVmnlA 3 mglm3
charges may ignite flamm. atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires caus- (respirable particulate); mild skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, particu-
ing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong lates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh.; low toxicity by
oxidizing agents ing.; TSCA listed
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents Environmental: Not considered biodeg.

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Adekanate B-190

Precaution: Combustible; may present a dust explosion hazard; static ing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong
charges may ignite flamm. atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires caus- oxidizing agents
ing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong Srorage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents
oxidizing agents AcusoP 810 [Rohm & Haas]
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents Chem. Descrip.: Acrylic crosslinked copolymer
ACurnistB C-12 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] CAS 25133-97-5
Chem. Descrip.: Micronized polyethylene homopolymer Uses: Detergent polymer, processing aid, stabilizer, thickener for deter-
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 gents and cleaners, oven cleaners, dishwash liqs., highly loaded sur-
Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, personalcare, and rubber applics.; factant formulations, food industry cleaners, water treatment, min. pro-
abrasion resist. aid and slip resist. aid for coatings; suspension aid, flat- cessing, other industrial markets; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard
ting agent, texturizing agent, and binder for personal care prods.; food Features: Best for extremely high pH
pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, Regularory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 176.170, 176.180
textiles, lubricants Properties: Alkali-sol.; sp.gr. 1.046; visc. 1700-2700 cps (1% neutralized);
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.300,175.320,176.170,176.180, pH 2.4-3.4; anionic; 18% solids
176.200,176.210,177.1200,177.1210,177.1520,177.2600,177.2800, AdditoP VXW 4973 [UCB Chems.]
178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45; DOT nonregulated; SARA 5311l313 Chem. Descrip.: Min. oil-based
nonreponable; EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan, Korea listed Uses: Defoamer for plastic disps., emulsion paints, disp. paints, disp.
Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 12 p avg. particle size; char. waxy adhesives, plastic renderings
odor; negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.95 glcc; drop pt. 121 C; acid no. Features: Silicone-free
nil; flash pt. (OC) > 300 C; hardness 1.O dmm; = 100% act. Properties: Lt. yel. turbid liq.; dens. 0.86-0.91 glcm3(20 C); flash pt. = 146
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLVITWA 3 mglm3 C; 100% act.
(respirable particulate); mild skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, particu- Use Level: 0.1-0.6% (on total formulation)
lates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh.; low toxicity by Srorage: 12 mos. min. shelf life when stored in original containers below
ing.; TSCA listed 25 C; phase separation can be eliminated by stirring or shaking; if stored
Environmenfal: Not considered biodeg. at cold or frost, thickening may occur without influencing effectiveness
Precaution: Combustible; may present a dust explosion hazard; static AdditoP VXW 6362 [UCB Chems.]
charges may ignite flamm. atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires caus- Chem. Descrip.: Min. spirits-based
ing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong Uses: Defoamer for emulsions, emulsion paints, adhesives, renderings,
oxidizing agents emulsions based on PVAc, PVC, acrylics and their copolymers
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents Features: Silicone-free
ACurnistB C-18 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Properties: Lt. cloudy liq.; dens. = 0.80 glcm3(20 C); dynamic visc. < 100
Chem. Descrip.: Micronized polyethylene homopolymer mPa.s; flash pt. = 69 C; 100% act.
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 Use Level: 0.1-0.5% (on total formulated solids)
Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, personalcare, and rubber applics.; Sforage: 6 mos. min. shelf life when stored in original containers below 25
abrasion resist. aid and slip resist. aid for coatings; suspension aid, flat- C; phase separation can be eliminated by stirring or shaking; prod. does
ting agent, texturizing agent, and binder for personal care prods.; food not freeze at subzero temps., but becomes more visc., without influenc-
pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, rubber articles, ing effectiveness
textiles, lubricants AdditoP XW 372 [UCB Chems.]
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.300,175.320,176.170,176.180, Uses: Defoamer for waterborne disps., interior and exterior emulsion
176.200,176.210,177.1200,177.1210,177.1520,177.2600,177.2800, paints, large to fine particle size disps. based on PVAc, PVC, acrylates
178.3570, 178.3850, 179.45; DOT nonregulated; SARA §311/313 and their copolymers, disp. adhesives and plasters, glues, polyvinyl al-
nonreportable; EU, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan, Korea listed cohol sol'ns., gloss plastics, high gloss paints
Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 18 p avg. particle size; char. waxy Features: High efficiency; shear-stable; alkali resist. to pH 13
odor; negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.95 glcc; drop pt. 121 C; acid no. Properties: Lt. yel. cloudy liq.; dens. = 0.88 glcm3 (20 C); dynamic visc.
nil; flash pt. (OC) > 300 C; hardness 1.O dmm; = 100% act. 50-250 mPa,s; flash pt. > 100 C; 100% act.
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLVITWA 3 mglm3 Use Level: 0.1-0.5% (on paint)
(respirable particulate); mild skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, particu- AdditoP XW 376 [UCB Chems.]
lates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh.; low toxicity by Uses: Defoamer for waterborne emulsion paints, adhesives, syn. resin-
ing.; TSCA listed bound renderings, large to fine particle size disps. based on PVAc, PVC,
Environmental: Not considered biodeg. and acrylates and their copolymers, and alkyd resin emulsions; deaer-
Precaution: Combustible; may present a dust explosion hazard; static ating agent during pigment grinding and filling
charges may ignite flamm. atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires caus- Features: Good storage stability even at elevated temps.; shear-stable;
ing slippery floorslstairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong alkali resist. to pH 13
oxidizing agents Properties: Yel. opaque liq.; dens. = 0.94 glcm3 (20 C); dynamic visc.
Storage: Keep away from excessive heat, strong oxidizing agents 100-300 mPa,s; flash pt. > 100 C; 50% act.
ACurnistB D-9 [Honeywell Spec. Chems.] Use Level: 0.05-0.5% (on finished paint)
Chem. Descrip.: Micronized polyethylene Srorage: 12 mos. shelf life when stored in original containers below 25 C;
CAS 9002-88-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-815-3 can freeze to solid mass below -10 C, ready for use after thawing
Uses: Additive wax for adhesives, inks, personalcare, and rubber applics.; Adekanate B-187 [Asahi Denka Kogyo]
anticaking flow additive, provides surf. props. to powd. coatings Chem. Descrip.: Blended mineral oils
Regularory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 5311l313 nonreponable; EU, Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul-
Canada DSL, Australia, Japan, Korea listed sion-type paints, latex prod., paperlpulp industry, wastewater, paints,
Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 10 p avg. particle size; char. waxy inks, dyes, rubber, and plastics
odor; negligible sol. in water; dens. 0.95 glcc; drop pt. 118 C; acid no. Features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect
nil; flash pt. (OC) > 300 C; hardness 1.5 dmm; = 100% act. Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 0.91; pH 7.5 (3% aq.); 100% act.
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2500 mglkg; ACGIH TLVITWA 3 mglm3 Use Level: 50-100 ppm (resin emulsion)
(respirable particulate); mild skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes, particu- Adekanate B-190 [Asahi Denka Kogyo]
lates may cause mech. irritation; nuisance dust by inh.; low toxicity by Chem. Descrip.: Silicone blend
ing.; TSCA listed Uses: Defoamer for syn. resin emulsion, emulsion-type adhesives, emul-
Environmenfal: Not considered biodeg. sion-type paints, latex prod., paperlpulp industry, wastewater, paints,
Precaution: Combustible; may present a dust explosion hazard; static inks, dyes, rubber, and plastics
charges may ignite flamm. atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires caus- Features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect

TRADE NAME REFERENCE 19
Adekanate B-192

Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 1.02; pH 7.0 (3% aq.); nonionic; 100% act. sion-type paints, latex prod., paper pulp industry, wastewater, paints,
Adekanate B-192 [Asahi Denka Kogyo] inks, dyes, rubber, and plastics
Chem. Descrip.: Silicone blend Features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect
Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul- Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 1.01; pH 7.0 (3% aq.); nonionic; 100% solids
sion-type paints, latex prod., paperlpulp industry, wastewater, paints, Adekanate B-1015 [Asahi Denka Kogyo]
inks, dyes, rubber, and plastics Chem. Descrip.: Silicone blend
features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul-
Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 1.02; pH 7.0 (3% aq.); nonionic; 100% act. sion-type paints, latex prod., paper pulp industry, wastewater, paints,
Adekanate B-505 [Asahi Denka Kogyo] inks, dyes, rubber, plastics, textile dyeing
Chem. Descrip.: Blended mineral oils features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect
Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul- Properties: Lt. yel. transparent liq.; sp.gr. 1.01; pH 7.0 (3% aq.); nonionic;
sion-type paints, latex prod., paperlpulp industry, wastewater, paints, 100% solids
inks, dyes, rubber, and plastics Use Level: 50-100 ppm (resin emulsion); 0.05-0.5% (textile dyeing)
features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect Adekanate B-1016 [Asahi Denka Kogyo]
Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 0.90; pH 9.0 (3% aq.); 100% solids Chem. Descrip.: Silicone blend
Adekanate B-556 [Asahi Denka Kogyo] Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul-
Chem. Descrip.: Blended mineral oils sion-type paints, latex prod., paper pulp industry, wastewater, paints,
Uses: Surfactant, defoamer for syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type ad- inks, dyes, rubber, plastics, textile dyeing
hesives, emulsion-type paints, latex prod., textiles, wastewater, paints, Features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect
inks, dyes, rubber, plastics, paper industry, recovery of pulping liquor Properties: Wh. suspension; sp.gr. 1.02; pH 6.0 (3% aq.); nonionic; 100%
features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming solids
Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 0.90; pH 9.0 (3% aq.); 100% solids Use Level: 50-100 ppm (resin emulsion); 0.05-2% (adhesives); 0.05-0.5%
Use Level: 1-100 ppm (paper industry); 0.05-0.5% (textile dyeing) (textile dyeing)
Adekanate B-748A [Asahi Denka Kogyo] Adekanol L-61 [Asahi Denka Kogyo]
Chem. Descrip.: Blended mineral oils Chem. Descrip.: POE-POP block copolymer
Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul- CAS 9003-11-6
sion-type paints, latex prod., paper pulp industry, wastewater, paints, Uses: Surfactant, defoamer, emulsifier, solubilizer, detergent, dispersant,
inks, dyes, rubber, and plastics lubricant for textiles, pulplpaper, metal, pharmaceuticals,cosmetics, fer-
features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect mentation, syn. resin emulsions, adhesives, paint pigments, oil, leather,
Properties: Wh. milky liq.; sp.gr. 0.90; pH 9.5 (3% aq.); 100% solids photography, agric. forest industries; polymerization emulsifier; deter-
Use Level: 50-100 ppm (resin emulsion) gent in auto dishwash, bottle washing, etc.
Adekanate B-925 [Asahi Denka Kogyo] features: Highly stable to acid, alkali, peroxide metallic ion
Chem. Descrip.: Blended mineral oils Properties: Transparent or translucent liq.; nonionic
Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul- Use Level: 0.005-0.1% (fermentation); 0.05-2% (adhesives)
sion-type paints, latex prod., paper pulp industry, wastewater, paints, Toxicology: Low toxicity
inks, dyes, rubber, plastics, textile finishing Adekanol TR-701 [Asahi Denka Kogyo]
features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect Chem. Descrip.: POE-POP block copolymer (ethylene diamine based)
Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 1.02; pH 7.0 (3% aq.); nonionic; 100% solids CAS 9003-11-6
Use Level: 0.05-2% (adhesives); 0.01-0.1% owf (textile finishing) Uses: Surfactant, defoamer for textiles, paperlpulp, petrol., paints, phar-
Adekanate B-940 [Asahi Denka Kogyo] maceuticals, cosmetics, agric., syn. resin emulsions, rubber, plastics,
Chem. Descrip.: Blended mineral oils adhesives, and metal industries
Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul- Properties: SI. yellowish transparent liq.; nonionic
sion-type paints, latex prod., paper pulp industry, wastewater, paints, Use Level: 0.052% (adhesives)
inks, dyes, rubber, plastics, textile dyeing Toxicology: Low toxicity; mild irritation
Features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect Adekanol UH-450 [Asahi Denka Kogyo]
Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 0.90; pH 5.0 (3% aq.); 100% solids Uses: Thickener, leveling agent in paints, adhesives
Use Level: 50-100 ppm (resin emulsion); 0.05-0.5% (textile dyeing) Adeka Optomer KR Series [Asahi Denka Kogyo]
Adekanate B-970 [Asahi Denka Kogyo] Chem. Descrip.: One-component epoxy resin, UV curing
Chem. Descrip.: Blended mineral oils CAS 25928-94-3
Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul- Uses: Primers for materials such as metallplasticlpaper, finishing var-
sion-type paints, latex prod., paper pulp industry, wastewater, paints, nishes, protective varnishes, inks, adhesives, insulating coatings, con-
inks, dyes, rubber, and plastics ductive coatings
Features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect Adeka Polyether PR-3007 [Asahi Denka Kogyo]
Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 1.02; pH 8.0; nonionic; 100% solids Chem. Descrip.: Water-soluble polyether polyol
Adekanate B-988 [Asahi Denka Kogyo] Uses: For water-absorbing polyurethane flexible foams, adhesives
Chem. Descrip.: Blended mineral oils Adelite [Asahi Denka Kogyo]
Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul- Chem. Descrip.: Colloidal silica
sion-type paints, latex prod., paper pulp industry, wastewater, paints, ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4
inks, dyes, rubber, and plastics Uses: Antislip agent for paper; fiber binder for metal casting and refrac-
Features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect tory materials; catalyst carrier; reinforcing agent for adhesives and paints
Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 1.01; pH 7.0 (3% aq.); 100% solids Adhesion Resin 2220 [Degussa]
Adekanate B-1011 [Asahi Denka Kogyo] Uses: Improves the adhesion of can and coil coatings paints; improves
Chem. Descrip.: Blended mineral oils adhesion in paints based on vinyl chloride copolymers and other bind-
Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul- ers to metallic, mineral and certain plastic substrates
sion-type paints, latex prod., paper pulp industry, wastewater, paints, features: Compatible with most pigments and fillers; highly light stable;
inks, dyes, rubber, and plastics weather resistant
Features: Good foam breaking; long lasting defoaming effect Properties: SI. yel.dens. 1.05; visc. 1800-3000 mPa.s; ref index = 1.5270;
Properties: Lt. yel. liq. acid no. 18-22; hydroxyl no. = 30; NV 59-61%
Adekanate B-1012 [Asahi Denka Kogyo] Storage: 6 months when protected against light and moisture @J 25 C
Chem. Descrip.: Silicone blend AdipreneB BL-16 [CromptonlUniroyal]
Uses: Defoamerfor syn. resin emulsions, emulsion-type adhesives, emul- Chem. Descrip.: Urethane elastomer

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Adsyl3 C 30 F HP

Uses: Produces tough cured prods. in thin sections, e.g., cast films and Storage: Store in well ventilated area away from sources of ignition
coatings, sob.-resistant adhesives AdmexB 429 [Velsicol; Harwick Std. Distrib.]
Features: Liq. elastomer activated by heating Chem. Descrip.: Hexanedioic acid, polymer with 1,3 Butanediol, 2-
Regulatory; DOT nonregulated; CERCLA nonreportable; SARA ethylhexyl ester
nonreportable; MA Right-to-Know reportable; PA Right-to-Know report- CAS 63149-79-1
able; NJ Right-to-Know reportable; Canada DSL; China IECSC; Japan Uses: Plasticizer for PVC wire and cable compds.; plasticizer for ethyl
ENCS cellulose, nitrocellulose, acrylic caulking compds., and adhesives
Properties: Amber visc. liq.; char. odor; insol. in water; sol. in toluene, Features: Migration resist., good low temp. flexibility, resist. to oil and
ethyl acetate, MEK, trichloroethylene; sp.gr. 1.06&0.002; visc. 7500- soh. extraction
15,000 cps (50 C); f.p. 18 C; flash pt. 124C; Vulcanizate properties: Regulatory: OSHA nonhazardous; WHMIS, DOT nonregulated
tens. str. 37.2 MPa; tens. elong. 455% (break); Shore hardness A 92 Properties: CI. bright liq.; ester-like odor; practically insol in water; med. to
Toxicology: May cause skin, eye, respiratory tract irritation; may cause high m.w.; sp.gr. 1.085-1.095; visc. 5500 cps; vapor pressure < 0.001
skin sensitization; TSCA listed mm Hg; vapor dens. > 1; volatility < 0.1%; flash pt. (COC) 530 F
Precaution: Use protective gloves, eye protection, protective clothing; Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mglkg; sl. eye irritant; when processed
incompat. with water, strong oxidizing agents, alcohols; avoid contact at high temps., vapors may cause nausea and vomiting; TSCA listed
with copper or copper alloys; contamination of isocyanates with water Precaution: Wear safety glasses, lab coat, gloves; combustible
could lead to dangerous pressure inside closed containers by genera- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, various hydrocarbons
tion of CO, HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Hydrocarbons, COX, NO,, hydrogen cya- Storage: Store in well-ventilated area; keep away from heat, sources of
nide, traces of isocyanates ignition
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 1, Reactivity 1 Admex@1665 [Velsicol]
Storage: Keep container tightly closed; store in cool, dry, well-ventilated Chem. Descrip.: Med. m.w. polymeric plasticizer
area; store under nitrogen Uses: Plasticizer in polymer-based pressure-sensitive adhesives, calen-
Adi-pure@ [DuPont Nylon] dering and extrusion operations
Chem. Descrip.: High purity adipic acid Features: Imparts optimum combination of permanence, processability,
CAS 124-04-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 204-673-3 and compatibility; exc. resist. to migration; outstanding It. stability
Uses: Chem. intermediate; used in adhesives, coatings (alkyd, PU, gel Properties: Clear, bright fluid to visc. liq.; sp.gr. 1.096; visc. 6200 cps;
coat, polyester), nylon 66, PU foamslelastomerslfibers, unsat. polyester pour pt. 15 F; acid no. 1.9; hyd. no. 6; flash pt. (COC) 525 F; ref. index
resins, lubricants, textile treatments; cosmetic emollients; wet str. paper 1.468; 0.1% moisture
resins; food acidulant; plasticizer; pH buffer (water-sol. polymers, flue Admex@6996 [Velsicol; Harwick Std. Distrib.]
gas desulfurization) Chem. Descrip.: Hexanedioic acid, polymer with 1,4-butanediol, and 1,2-
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5184.1009 propanediol, 2-ethyhexyl ester
Properties: Wh. free-flowing cryst. powd.; sol. 2.5% in water; m.w. 146.14; CAS 68332-61-6
dens. 1.34 (18 C); bulk dens. 40-45 Iblft3(loose); melt visc. 4.54 CP(160 Uses: Plasticizerfor pressure-sensitiveadhesives, elec. tape, coated fab-
C); vapor pressure 0.106 mm Hg; m.p. 152-153 C; b.p. 337 C with rics, high temp. elec. applics., paper coatings
decomp.; flash pt. (TCC) 196 C; pH 3.2 (1 g/l in water); > 99.9% assay Features: Imparts low temp. flexibility; nonvolatile; flexible; nonmigratory;
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, mice) 1900 mglkg; sl. acute toxicity; eye and up- permanent; low visc.
per respiratory tract irritant; mild skin irritant Regulatory: WHMIS, DOT nonregulated
Environmental: Aquatic toxicity LC50 (fathead minnows, 96 h) 88 mgll Properties: Lt. colored cl. bright fluid to visc. liq.; mild ester odor; m.w.
Precaution: Combustible; under severe dusting conditions may form ex- 1800; sp.gr. 1.070; visc. 550 cps; pour pt. -15 F; acid no. 1; hyd. no. 7;
plosive mixts. in air; incompat. with strong oxidants; slowly decomp. above flash pt. (open cup) 480 F; ref. index 1.463; 0.72% volatile
b.p. Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mgkg (expected), (skin, rat) > 2000
Storage: Store in well ventilated area in tightly closed container; keep mglkg; sl. eye irritant; when processedat high temps., vapors may cause
away from heat, sparks, flames; avoid dust generation nausea and vomiting; TSCA listed
ADK CIZER BF-1000 [Amfine] Precaufion: Wear safety glasses, lab coat, gloves; combustible; incompat.
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxidized 1,2-polybutadiene with strong oxidizers; hydrolyzed by strong alkalies
CAS 129288-65-9 HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Uses: For coatings, adhesives, food pkg., other applics. Sforage: Store in well-ventilated area; keep away from heat, sources of
features: Contains epoxy and vinyl groups ignition
Regulatory: JHOSPA compliance for food pkg. ADPRO 2000 [Kane Int’l.]
Properties: CI. liq.; m.w. 1000; visc. 100,000 cps Chem. Descrip.: Partially esterified resinous polymer in alcohollester soh.
Admex@314 [Velsicol] mixt.
Chem. Descrip.: Med. to high m.w. polymeric plasticizer Uses: Adhesion promoter for difficult-to-printsubstrates like PDVC-coated
Uses: Plasticizer for adhesives (emulsion, solv., hot-melt), heat-resist. films; for food contact; eliminates pinhole problems when printing nitro-
lacquers, barrier coatings (oil, fats, hydrocarbons), paints, sealants; cellulose-based inks or coatings on cellophane substrates such as MSF
binder; sizing agent for glass fibers Regulatory: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,177.1680compliant
Features: Good resist. to migration, volatility; resists fats, oils; good visc. Properties: Visc. 10-20 mPa,s; acid no. 95-125; 30-35% solids
stability and wet tack in emulsions; good compat. with PVA, NC, cellu- Use Level: I-3%
lose acetate, nylon; incompat. with PVC, vinyl chloride copolymers, NR, Sforage: May settle on standing; stir well
SR, shellac, casein, ethyl cellulose Ad-Pro-MTS [Rit-Chem]
Regulatory: WHMIS, RCRA, DOT nonregulated; OSHA nonhazardous; Uses: Adhesion promoter, gloss aid for use in adhesives, inks, coatings,
EINECS, Canada DSL, Australia, Japan, Korea, Philippines listed lacquers, oil and gasoline resist. coatings, caulks and gaskets
Properties: Gardner 23-24 liq.; mild odor; completely sol. in esters, most Features: Improves adhesion esp. for difficult substrates; compat. with
ketones and glycol ether solvs.; sol. < 0.1% in water; insol. in aliphatic most plasticizers, acrylics, nitrocellulose
hydrocarbons, chlorinated hydrocarbons, terpene hydrocarbons; sp.gr. Properties: Off-wh. solid; sol. in alcohols, esters, ketones, aromatic solvs.;
1.192; visc. 5000 cst; vapor pressure < 0.001 mm Hg (20 C); acid no. insol. in aliphatic hydrocarbons; soften. pt. (B&R) 68-76 C; 100% solids
30-35; sapon. no. 512; flash pt. (COC) 315 C; fire pt. 338 C; ref. index Adsyl3 C 30 F HP [Basell Germany]
1.479; evaporation rate = 0; 0.1 3% moisture Chem. Descrip.: 1-propene, polymer with a-olefins
Toxicology: TSCA listed CAS 29160-13-2
Precaution: Wear safety glasses, lab coat, impervious gloves Uses: For BOPP Film technology; suitable for the production of metal-
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, toxic oxides of carbon lized film; for metallized skin layers to increase metal adhesion and en-
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 hance barrier properties on metallized film

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Adsyl3 C 39 F HP

Features: Food contact acceptable; copolymer Precaution: May form combustible or explosive mixts. of dust and air
Properties: Wh. gran.; odorless; dens. 0.89-0.91 glcm3; insol. in water, during handling
sol. in boiling, aromatic chlorinated solvents; m.p. 130-163 C; ignition Advawax@ 280 [Rohm & HaaslPlastics Addit.]
temp. > 400 C; decomposition temp > 300 C; melt mass-flow rate 5.5 g l Chem. Descrip.: N,N ‘-Ethylene bisstearamide
10 min (230 C12.16 kg) CAS 110-30-5;ElNECSlELlNCS 203-755-6
Toxicology: No irritant effects Uses: Processing lubricant and release agent for plastics; antistat, m.p.
Environmental: Not biodegradable; floats on water; no bioaccumulation; modifier for waxes, industrial asphalts and tar; pigment dispersant for
non-toxic resin systems; polyamide-paraftin coupling agent; in adhesive tapes,
Precaution: Use heat resistant gloves; safety goggles recommended dur- coatings; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane
ing refilling; without appropriate ventilation, use face mask when han- Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105,175.300,176.170,176.180,177.1200;
dling molten product NSF approved
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Burning produces CO,, CO, hydrocarbons, Properties: Gardner 5 max. sm. bead; 40 mesh; insol. in water and most
aldehydes org. solvs. 0R.T.; sol. hot in DMF, heptane, kerosene, MIBK, naphtha,
Storage: Store in a well ventilated position under dry conditions; protect toluene, xylene; dens. 4.7 Iblgal; bulk dens. 36.8 Iblft3;m.p. 144-146C;
from heat and direct sunlight; do not stack storage containers more than acid no. 10 max.; flash pt. (COC) 280 C; fire pt. (COC) 315 C
two high; prevent static electricity Use Level: 2.0 phr max. (NSF for PVC potable water formulations)
Adsyl3 C 39 F HP [Basell Germany] Precaution: May form combustible or explosive mixts. of dust and air
Chem. Descrip.: 1-propene, polymer with a-olefins during handling
CAS 291 60-13-2 Advawax@ 290 [Rohm & HaaslPlastics Addit.]
Uses: For BOPP Film technology; suitable for the production of metal- Chem. Descrip.: N,N ‘-Ethylene bisstearamide
lized film; for metallized skin layers to increase metal adhesion and en- CAS 110-30-5;ElNECSlELlNCS 203-755-6
hance barrier properties on metallized film Uses: Processing lubricant and release agent for plastics; m.p. modifier
Features: Good processability; food contact acceptable; copolymer for waxes and resin blends and industrial asphalt and tar; pigment dis-
Properties: Wh. gran.; odorless; dens. 0.89-0.91 glcm3; insol. in water, persant for resin systems; defoamer in paperlpaperboard in contact with
sol. in boiling, aromatic chlorinated solvents; m.p. 130-163 C; ignition aq.lfanyldry foods; in adhesive tapes, coatings, PP; food pkg. adhe-
temp. > 400 C; decomposition temp > 300 C; melt mass-flow rate 5.5 g l sives, cellophane
10 min (230 Cl2.16 kg) Regulatory: FDAZICFR 5175.105,175.300,176.170,176.180,177.1200
Toxicology: No irritant effects Properties: Gardner 9 max. sm. beads; insol. in water and most org.
Environmental: Not biodegradable; floats on water; no bioaccumulation; solvs. 0R.T.; sol. hot in Cellosolve, MIBK, benzene, xylene, kerosene,
non-toxic heptane, naphtha; dens. 4.75 Iblgal; bulk dens. 35.6 Iblft3;m.p. 143-146
Precaution: Use heat resistant gloves; safety goggles recommended dur- C; acid no. 10 max.; flash pt. (COC) 290 C; fire pt. (COC) 310 C
ing refilling; without appropriate ventilation, use face mask when han- Precaution: May form combustible or explosive mixts. of dust and air
dling molten product; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents during handling
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Burning produces CO,, CO, hydrocarbons, AEG95L [Rit-Chem]
aldehydes
Storage: Store in a well ventilated position under dry conditions; protect Chem. Descrip.: Disproportioned rosin ester
from heat and direct sunlight; do not stack storage containers more than Uses: For use in plastic masterbatches, sob.-based pressure sensitive
two high; prevent static electricity adhesives, and EVA-based hot melt adhesives
Advantage@ 357 Defoamer [HerculeslPulp & Paper] Properties: Soften. pt. (R&B) 84 C
AEPIOOL [Rit-Chem]
Chem. Descrip.: Silicalhydrocarbon oil-based defoamer
Uses: Antifoam for wet-end acid and alkaline papermaking operations, Chem. Descrip.: Disproportioned rosin ester
aq. paint systems incl. SIB, PVAc, and acrylic latexes, semigloss and Uses: For use in sob.-based pressure sensitive and hot melt adhesives
gloss paints, aq. adhesives, cutting oils, aq. printing inks, liq. floor pol- Properties: Soften. pt. (R&B) 101 C
ishes, drilling muds; textile dyeing, finishing and scouring operations; Aerodispa 1226 [DegussalAerosil & Silanes; DegussaAGlAerosil & Silanes]
improves drainage rate in dewatering and filtering operations; food pkg. Chem. Descrip.: Fumed silica aq. disp. based on AerosiP OX 50
adhesives, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, animal glue CAS 112945-52-5;ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4
Features: Controls entrained air and surface foam Uses: Reinforcing agent, adhesion promoter, antislip agent, stabilizer,
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105,176.200,176.210,177.1200,178.3120 and surf. tackiness reducer in nat. and syn. latex, paintslcoatings, adhe-
Properties: Greenish-brn. oily liq.; sp.gr. 0.91; dens. 7.62 lblgal sives, paper and cardboard, aq. emulsions, etc.
Storage: Infinite shelf life; prod. may settle during prolonged storage; Properties: Wh. milky liq.; sp.gr. = 1.15; visc. < 100 mPa.s; pH 9-10
redisperse before using Aerodisp@1824 [DegussalAerosil & Silanes; DegussaAGlAerosil & Silanes]
Advantage@ 831 Defoamer [HerculeslPulp & Paper] Chem. Descrip.: Fumed silica aq. disp. based on AerosiP MOX 80
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrophobic silicalhydrocarbon oil-based defoamer CAS 112945-52-5;ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4
Uses: Defoamer for latex mfg., paper coatings, adhesives, detergents, Uses: Reinforcing agent, adhesion promoter, antislip agent, stabilizer,
starch cooking, textiles, metalworking fluids and surf. tackiness reducer in nat. and syn. latex, paintslcoatings, adhe-
Features: Rapid bubble-break time and persistence sives, paper and cardboard, aq. emulsions, etc.
Regulatory: FDA compliance Properties; Wh. milky liq.; sp.gr. = 1.I 5; visc. < 150 mPa s; pH 5-6
Properties: Lt. gray liq.; water-disp.; sp.gr. 0.91; dens. 7.62 Iblgal; visc. Aerodispa 1836 [DegussalAerosil & Silanes; DegussaAGlAerosil & Silanes]
500-1500 CPS Chem. Descrip.: Fumed silica aq. disp. based on AerosiP OX 50
Advawax@ 240 [Rohm & HaaslPlastics Addit.] CAS 112945-52-5;ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4
Chem. Descrip.: N,N ’-Ethylene bisoleamide Uses: Reinforcing agent, adhesion promoter, antislip agent, stabilizer,
CAS 110-31-6;ElNECSlELlNCS 203-756-1 and surf. tackiness reducer in nat. and syn. latex, paintslcoatings, adhe-
Uses: Processing lubricant and release agent for plastics; antistat, m.p. sives, paper and cardboard, aq. emulsions, etc.
modifier for waxes, industrial asphalts and tar; pigment dispersant for Properties: Wh. milky liq.; sp.gr. = 1.18; visc. < 200 mPa s; pH 9-10
resin systems; polyamide-paraftin coupling agent; in adhesive tapes, Aerodisp@ W1712 [DegussalAerosil & Silanes; Degussa AGlAerosil & Si-
coatings; food pkg. paper, cellophane; release agent for food contact lanes]
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5176.170, 176.180,177.1200,178.3860 Chem. Descrip.: Fumed silica aq. disp. based on AerosiP MOX 170
Properties: Gardner 13 max. sm. bead; 20 mesh; insol. in water and most CAS 112945-52-5;ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4
org. solvs. 0 R.T.; sol. hot in CCI,, DMF, ethanol, heptane, kerosene, Uses: Reinforcing agent, adhesion promoter, antislip agent, stabilizer,
MEK, MIBK, naphtha, toluene, xylene; dens. 5 Iblgal; bulk dens. 38 Ibl and surf. tackiness reducer in nat. and syn. latex, paintslcoatings, adhe-
ft3; m.p. 115-118 C; acid no. 12 max.; flash pt. (COC) 270 C; fire pt. sives, paper and cardboard, aq. emulsions, etc.
(COC) 310 C Properties: Wh. milky liq.; sp.gr. = 1.08; visc. < 100 mPa s; pH 5-6

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Aerosol@A-196-97

AerosiP 200 [DegussalAerosil & Silanes; Degussa AGlAerosil & Silanes] Properties: Lt. tan cl. to sl. cloudy liq.; mild soap-like odor; completely sol.
Chem. Descrip.: Fumed silica USPlNF in water; m.w. 653; sp.gr. 1.12; dens. 9.4 Iblgal; visc. 53 cps; m.p. sepa-
Chem. Analysis: SiO, (> 99.8%), AI,O, (< 0.05%), TiO, (< 0.03%), HCI (< rates below 10 C; b.p. 78 C; acid no. 2.0; flash pt. (PMCC) 54 C; pH 7-
0.025%) 8; surf. tens. 41 dyneslcm; anionic; 65% volatiles
CAS 112945-52-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4 Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 18,700 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 10,000 mglkg;
Uses: Thickener, reinforcing agent, anticaking agent, free-flow agent for nonirritating to skin and eyes; nonsensitizing by skin contact, inh.; TSCA
adhesives, foods, cosmetics, paints, paper, film, pesticides, pharmaceu- listed
ticals, plastics, silicone rubber, inks, sealants industries; thixotrope for Environmental: Biodeg.
greases and min. oils; thixotropelsuspending agent for acrylic enamels, Precaution: Flamm.; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents
epoxy coatings, anticorrosion primers, air-drying coatings, baking enam- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, NO,, SO,
els, water-reducible coatings Storage: Store @ 10 C
features: High absorp. capacity Aerosol@A-102 [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV]
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5133.146(b), 160.105(a)(d), 172.230(a), 172.480, Chem. Descrip.: Disodium deceth-6 sulfosuccinate
173.340(a), 175,176,177,573.940; 2 3% for cosmetics, internal pharma- CAS 68311-03-5
ceuticals Uses: Emulsifier, solubilizer, foaming agent, dispersant, surfactant, wet-
Properties: Wh. fluffy powd.; 12 nm avg. particle size; sp.gr. 2.2; dens. = ting agent used in emulsion polymerization of PVAclacrylics, textiles,
120 gll (densed); surf. area 200k25 m’lg; pH 3.6-4.3 (4% aq. susp.) cosmetics, shampoos, wallboard; food pkg. adhesives
Toxicology: TLV 10 mglm3total dust; LD50 > 20,000 mglkg; may cause Features: Stable to acid media
eye, skin, or respiratory tract irritation on overexposure Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105; Canada DSL listed
Precaution: Incompat. with strong bases and hydrofluoric acid Properties: Colorless to It. yel. cl. liq.; mild sweet odor; sol. in water, di-
AerosiP R805 [DegussalAerosil & Silanes; Degussa AGlAerosil & Silanes] methyl sulfoxide; m.w. 614; sp.gr. 1.08; dens. 9.01 Iblgal; visc. 40 cps;
Chem. Descrip.: Fumed silica m.p. -4 C; acid no. 6 max.; flash pt. (Seta CC) > 93 C; pH 4.5-5.5; surf.
Chem. Analysis: SiOz (> 99.8%), AI2O3(< 0.05%), TiOz (< 0.03%) tens. 33 dyneslcm; anionic; 30% act. in water
CAS 112945-52-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4 Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 31,000 mglkg, (dermal, rabbit) > 5000 mglkg;
Uses: Thickener, thixotrope, structuring agent for epoxy-based systems, moderate skin irritant; nonirritating to eyes; nonsensitizing by skin con-
adhesive and multilayer systems; antisettling agent, antisag agent, cor- tact, inh.; TSCA listed
rosion inhibitor for paints, plastics Environmental: Biodeg.; 80.7% BOD (28 day); LC50 (bluegill sunfish, 96
Properties: Wh. fluffy powd.; 12 nm avg. particle size; sp.gr. 2.2; dens. = h) 67 mgll, (rainbow trout, 96 h) 218 mg/l
90 g/l (densed); surf. area 150k25 m’lg; pH 3.5-5.5 (in watecethanol Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents, strong acids, alkalis
1:3) Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, SO,
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5340 mglkg Storage: Store @J > -4 C; freezinglthawing does not impair efficacy; agi-
AerosiP R972 [DegussalAerosil & Silanes; Degussa AGlAerosil & Silanes] tate entire contents before use
Chem. Descrip.: Syn. amorphous fumed silica Aerosol@A-103 [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV]
Chem. Analysis: SiO, (> 99.8%), ALO, (< 0.05%), TiO, (< 0.03%) Chem. Descrip.: Disodium nonoxynol-10 sulfosuccinate, water
CAS 112945-52-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4 CAS 9040-38-4
Uses: Anticaking agent, free-flow agent for adhesives, elec., cosmetics, Uses: Emulsifier, solubilizer, wetting agent, surfactant, surf. tens. depres-
paints, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, plastics, inks; improves water re- sant used in PVAc acrylic emulsions, textile emulsions, pad-bath addi-
sist. of greases; water repellent for lipsticks; reinforcing agent for RTV tives, textile wetting, cosmetics, shampoos, wallboard; food pkg. adhe-
silicone rubber, fluoroelastomers; thixotrope, suspending agent for anti- sives
corrosion primers, water-reducible coatings; free-flow agent in powd. Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105; Canada DSL listed
coatings Properties: Colorless to It. yel. cl. liq.; mild sweet odor; completely sol. in
Features: Hydrophobic water, MEK; partly sol. in other polar solvs.; m.w. 854; sp.gr. 1.09; dens.
Regulatory: FDA approved (2 3% for cosmetics) 9.1 Iblgal; visc. 170-19Ocps; m.p. -9 C; acid no. 10 max.; flash pt. (Seta
Properties: Fluffy wh. powd.; 16 nm avg. particle size; dens. = 90 gll CC) > 93 C; pH 4.5-5.5; surf. tens. 34 dyneslcm; anionic; 35% act.; 65-
(densed); surf. area 110k20 mZ/g;pH 3.6-4.3 (in water:acetoneor metha- 67% volatiles
nol 1:l) Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 28,300 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 5000 mglkg;
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 500 mglkg LC50 (inh., rat, 4 h) > 20 mgll; nonirritating to skin and eyes;
AerosiP R974 [DegussalAerosil & Silanes; Degussa AGlAerosil & Silanes] nonsensitizing by skin contact, inh.; TSCA listed
Chem. Descrip.: Silica dimethyl silylate Environmental: BOD 62.8% (28 day); LC50 (bluegill sunfish, 96 h) 67 mgl
Chem. Analysis: 30, (> 99.8%), HCI (< O.l%), A1,03 (< 0.05%), TiO, (< I, (rainbow trout, 96 h) 141 mgll
0.03%) Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents, strong acids, alkalis
CAS 60842-32-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 271-893-4 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, SO,
Uses: Anticaking agent; suspending agent; thickener, thixotrope, water Storage: May gel @J temps. below 15.6 C for prolonged periods; if gela-
resist. aid for greases; adsorbent, suspending agent in pharmaceuti- tion occurs, warm to 32.2-37.7 C with agitation before use
cals; rheology control agent for acrylic, epoxy, PMMA, PU, PVC plasti- Aerosol@A-196-40 [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV]
sol coating compds.; reinforcing agent, rheology control agent for acrylic, Chem. Descrip.: Dicyclohexyl sodium sulfosuccinate
PU, butyl, polysulfide, silicone rubber sealants and PU, PVAc, PVC, CR, CAS 23386-52-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 245-629-3
TPE adhesives Uses: Dispersant; surfactant; sole emulsifier for modified SIB; post-addi-
features: Hydrophobic tive to stabilize latex and promote adhesion; emulsifier in mfg. of food-
properties: Wh. fluffy powd.; 12 nm particle size; dens. = 90 gll (densed); contact articles
surf. area 17Ok20 m’lg; pH 3.4-4.2 (in water: ethanol 1:3) Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5178.3400
Aerosol@ 22 [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV] Properties: CI. to cloudy liq.; sol. warm in org. solvs.; sol. 25 gll00 ml
Chem. Descrip.: Tetrasodium dicarboxyethyl stearyl sulfosuccinamate in water; flash pt. (Seta CC) > 200 F; surf. tens. 39 dyneslcm; anionic;
ethanol (< 5%), water 40% act. in water
UN 1993 Environmental: Biodeg.
Uses: Emulsifier; dispersant; solubilizer; surfactant; emulsion polymer- Aerosol@A-196-97 [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV]
ization of vinyl monomers; polishing waxes; surf. tension depressant for Chem. Descrip.: Dicyclohexyl sodium sulfosuccinate (93-95%),
writing and drawing inks; demulsifier for wlo emulsions; cleaning of pa- cyclohexanol (2-4%)
per mill felts; industrial, household, and metal cleaners; food pkg. adhe- Uses: Surfactant for modified SIB emulsion polymerization (imparts high
sives, paperlpaperboard; emulsifier in mfg. of food-contact articles surf. tens., high CMC, promotes adhesion, reduces film water sensitiv-
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.170, 176.180, 178.3400; EPA ity), industrial use; emulsifier in mfg. of food-contact articles
exempt 40CFR 5180.1001 (d); Canada DSL listed features: Low foaming

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Aerosol@ C-61

Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9178.3400; Canada DSL listed Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 10 glkg; minimal skin and eye irritation
Properties: Wh. flaky solid; camphor-like odor; sol. 10 gll00 ml water; Aerosol@ 0s [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV]
sol. warm in org. solvs.; sp.gr. 0.35-0.40; surf. tens. 39 dyneslcm; an- Chem. Descrip.: Sodium diisopropylnaphthalene sulfonate (> 75%)
ionic; 97% conc.; = 3% volatiles Uses: Emulsifier; dispersant; wetting agent; in alkaline cleaning formula-
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 3500 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 10,000 mglkg; tions; antigelling agents; automotive radiator cleaners; metal, cement,
LC50 (inh., rat, 4 h) > 20 mgll; eye irritant; nonirritating to skin; brick, and tile cleaners for crystal growth control; electroplating; filtra-
nonsensitizing by skin contact, inh.; TSCA listed tion; glass cleaning; household detergents; leaching ores and slags; pig-
Environmental: Completely biodeg.; 35.9% BOD (28 day); LC50 (bluegill ment disps.; soap additive; adjuvant in agric. chem. prods.; in food pkg.
sunfish, 96 h) 470 mgll adhesives, polymers
Precaution: Dust may be explosive if mixed with air in presence of ignition Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 177.1210; Canada DSL listed
source; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents; strong acids and alkalis Properties: Wh. to It. cream free-flowing powd.; mild naphthenic odor;
promote degradation by hydrolysis partly sol. in polar org. solvs.; sol. > 20 gll00 ml in water; sp.gr. 1.43;
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, SO, dens. 11.93 Iblgal; m.p. 204 C; pH 9&1.O (5% aq.); surf. tens. 37 dynesl
Aerosol@ C-61 [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV] cm; anionic; 75 act.
Chem. Descrip.: Octadecylamine-octadecylguanidinepolyoxyethanol(67- Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 1350 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 4200 mgkg; LC50
73%), ethylene glycol (12-15%), IPA (7-13%) mgb; harmful if swallowed; eye irritant; nonirritating to
UN 1993 ng by skin contact, inh.; TSCA listed
Uses: Antistat; pigment dispersant; flushing agent; wetting agent; settling Environmental: Slowly biodeg.
agent; alkaline, cement, brick, and tile cleaner formulations for crystal Precaution: Dust may be explosive if mixed with air in presence of ignition
growth control, emulsion breaking; alkaline metal and paint brush clean- source; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents
ers; paint removers; textile softener; demulsifying agent; foaming agent; Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, SO,
for plastics, paper, textiles, adhesive industries Storage: Hygroscopic above 65% humidity; store in cool, dry, well-venti-
Regulatory: Canada DSL listed lated area; keep container tightly closed
Properties: Lt. tan or brn. creamy paste or liq.; strong ammoniacal odor; Aerosol@ OT-70 PG [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV]
sol. in org. solvs. in presence of alcohol; disp. in water; sp.gr. 1.OO;dens. Chem. Descrip.: Sodium dioctyl sulfosuccinate (68-70%), propylene gly-
8 Iblgal; m.p. loses fluidity < 16 C; b.p. 80 C; flash pt. (CC) 34 C; pH col, water
11512.5; surf. tens. 34 dyneslcm; cationic; 70.4% act.; 27-33% volatiles Uses: Wetting agent; surf. tens. depressant; emulsifier; surfactant; face
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 2850 mgkg, (skin, rabbit) 5950 mglkg; irritat- and hand creams; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard,
ing to skin and eyes; nonsensitizing by skin contact, inh.; TSCA listed cellophane, textiles; emulsifier in mfg. of food-contact articles
Environmental: Partially biodeg.; COD 2.045 mg 0,lmg; 0% BOD (28 Features: For use where high flash required
day) Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105,175.300,176.170,176.210,177.1200,
Precaution: Flamm.; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents 177.2800, 178.3400; Canada DSL listed
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO,CO,, NO,, ammonia, hydrogen cyanide Properties: CI. to sl. yel. visc. liq.; soaplike odor; sol. 1.5% in water; sol.
Storage: Keep containers closed when not in use, as evaporation of wa- in org. solvs.; sp.gr. 1.09; visc. 200-400 cps; flash pt. (Seta CC) > 93 C;
ter and sob. may cause gelation pH 5-7 (1% aq.); surf. tens. 26 dyneslcm; anionic; 70% act.; 28-32%
Aerosol@ MA-80 [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV] volatiles
Chem. Descrip.: Dihexyl sodium sulfosuccinate Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 3000 mgkg, (skin, rabbit) > 8000 mglkg;
CAS 3006-15-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 221-109-1 LC50 (inh., rat, 4 h) > 20 mgll; irritating to eyes and skin; TSCA listed
Uses: Dispersant; textile wetting agent; emulsifier; solubilizer; penetrant; Environmental: Biodeg.
used for emulsion polymerization, battery separators, electroplating, ore Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents, strong acids and al-
leaching; germicidal act.; solubilizer for shampoos; food pkg. adhesives, kalis
paperlpaperboard, polymers; emulsifier in mfg. of food-contact articles Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, SO,
Features: Not as rapidly biodeg. as Aerosol 18 and 22 Aerosol@ OT-75% [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV]
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,176.170,176.180,177.1210,178.3400 Chem. Descrip.: Dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate (73-75%), ethanol (6-7%),
properties: APHA 50 max. cl. sl. visc. liq.; sol. in water, alcohol, and org. water
solvs.; sp.gr. 1.13; dens. 9.4 Iblgal; f.p. -28 C; m.p. 199-292 C; flash pt. UN 1993
(Seta CC) 115 F; surf. tens. 28 dyneslcm; anionic; 80% act. in IPA Uses: Wetting agent, surf. tens. depressant in textiles, rubber, petrol.,
Aerosol@ NPES 930 [Cytec Ind.] paper, metals, paints, plastics, agric.; antistat for cosmetics, dry clean-
Chem. Descrip.: Ammonium nonoxynol sulfate ing detergents, emulsions, plastics, pipelines, suspension polymeriza-
CAS 9051-57-4 tion; soldering flux; wallpaper removal; emulsifier wax for polishes,
Uses: Emulsifier for emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate, acrylic co- firefighting, germicides, metal cleaners, mold release agents; dispers-
polymers, styrene acrylic copolymers; imparts superior water resistance ant in paints, inks, paper, photography; processing aid; rust preventive;
in films; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, textiles
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105, 176.180; EPA exempt 40CFR Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105,175.300,176.170,176.210,177.1200,
9180.1001 (d) 177.2800, 178.3400; Canada DSL listed
properties: Yel. cl. liq.; water-sol.; insol. in org. solvs.; m.w. 713; sp.gr. Properties: Water-wh. cl. visc. liq.; faint odor; sol. in org. solvs.; sol. 1.5 g l
1.04; dens. 8.7 Iblgal; visc. 90 cps; gel pt. < 55 F; flash pt. (Seta CC) > 100 ml in water; m.w. 444; sp.gr. 1.09; visc. 200 cps; b.p. 778 C; acid no.
200 F; pH 7.0-7.5 (10%); surf. tens. 33 dyneslcm; anionic; 30% act. in 2.5 max.; flash pt. (PMCC) 29 C; pH 5-7 (1% aq.); surf. tens. 28.7 dynesl
water cm (0.1% aq.); VOC 0.68 Iblgal; anionic; 75 & 2% solids; 25% volatiles
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 10 gkg; severe skin and eye irritation Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mgkg, (skin, rabbit) > 10,000 mglkg;
Aerosol@ NPES 3030 [Cytec Ind.] irritating to eyes and skin; nonsensitizing by skin contact, inh.; TSCA
Chem. Descrip.: Ammonium nonoxynol sulfate listed
CAS 9051-57-4 Environmental: Biodeg.; BOD 29.5% (28 day); LC50 (bluegill sunfish, 96
Uses: Emulsifier for emulsion polymerization of acrylic, vinyl acetate and h) 54.5 mgll, (rainbow trout, 96 h) 35.4 mgll; EC50 (daphnia magna, 48
styrene-acrylic systems; forms films with superior water resist.; food pkg. h) 35.9 mgll
adhesives, paperlpaperboard Precaution: Flamm.; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents; strong acids
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105, 176.180; EPA exempt 40CFR and alkalis cause hydrolysis; aq. sol'ns. corrode steel
~180.1001 (d) Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, SO,
properties: Yel. cl. liq.; water-sol.; insol. in org. solvs.; m.w. 1637; sp.gr. Sforage: Keep in closed containers when not in use, as evaporation of
1.05-1.07; dens. 8.8 Iblgal; visc. 110 cps; gel pt. < 55 F; flash pt. (Seta water and sob. may cause gelation
CC) > 200 F; pH 7.0-7.5 (10%); surf. tens. 43 dyneslcm; anionic; 30% Aerosol@ OT-100% [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV]
act. in water Chem. Descrip.: Dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate (> 97%)

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AF 5851111

CAS 577-11-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 209-406-4 0.1% in water; sp.gr. 0.995; dens. 8.3 Iblgal; visc. 110 cps; m.p. -40 C;
Uses: Emulsifier, dispersant, lubricant, wetting agent, mold release agent b.p. 78 C (solv.); flash pt. (Seta CC) 25 C; pH 5-7 (10% in 1:IIPAlwater);
for emulsion and suspension polymerization, dry cleaning, industrial surf. tens. 26 dyneslcm; anionic; 70% act. in waterlalcohol; 28-32%
cleaners, paints; surfactant for water-free systems; emulsifier for waxes; volatiles
food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, textiles Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 10,000 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 5000 mglkg;
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105,175.300,176.170,176.210,177.1200, irritating to eyes and skin; nonsensitizing by skin contact, inh.; TSCA
177.2800,178.3400; Canada DSL listed listed
Properties: Wh. waxy solid; faint odor; sol. in polar and nonpolar solv.; Environmental: Biodeg.
sol. in oil, fat, and wax @ 75 C; disp. in water; m.w. 444; sp.gr. 1.I; m.p. Precaufion: Flamm.; incompat. with strong acids, strong alkalis
153-157 C; acid no. 2.5 max.; surf. tens. 28.7 dyneslcm (0.1% aq.); Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, SO,
anionic; 100% conc.; negligible volatiles Sforage: Keep containers closed when not in use, as evaporation of wa-
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 3100 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 10,000 mglkg; ter and soh. may cause gelationlcrystallization (does not affect quality
LC50 (inh., rat, 4 h) > 20 mgb; irritating to eyes and skin; nonsensitizing of material)
by skin contact, inh.; TSCA listed AF 10 IND [Harcros]
Environmental: Biodeg.; 66.7% BOD (28 day); LC50 (bluegill sunfish, 96 Chem. Descrip.: Polydimethylsiloxane
h) 37 mgll, (rainbow trout, 96 h) 28 mgll; EC50 (daphnia magna, 48 h) CAS 9016-00-6
36 mgll Uses: Emulsifier, antifoam for aq. systems, agric., cutting oils, drilling
Precaution: Strong acids and alkalis cause hydrolysis; aq. sol'ns. corrode muds, effluents, chemicals, detergents, textiles, abrasive slurries, adhe-
steel sive and ink mfg., latex and starch processing, pulp slurries
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, SO, Regulafory: FDA 40CFR 5180.1001c,d
Storage: Store in cool, dry area Properties: Wh. liq.; water-disp.; sp.gr. 1.00; dens. 8.3 Iblgal; flash pt. >
Aerosol@ OT-B [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV] 212 F (PMCC); pH 4-5 (1% aq.); nonionic; 10% act.
Chem. Descrip.: Dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate (< 85%), sodium benzoate AF 60 [GE Silicones; Harwick Std. Distrib.]
(15%) Chem. Descrip.: Dimethyl polysiloxane aq. emulsion
Uses: Wetting agent, dispersant, solubilizer, adjuvant for agric. chem. CAS 9016-00-6
wettable powds.; pigmentdispersantin plastics; in face powds. and powd. Uses: Defoamer in adhesives, inks, latexes, soaps, starches, paints, and
shampoos; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard, cellophane, other aq. industrial systems; antifoam for NR and SR latexes, adhe-
textiles sives, paper, textiles, leather
Regulafory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105,175.300,176.170,176.210,177.1200, Regulafory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 5302/311/312/313 nonreportable
177.2800,178.3400; Canada DSL listed Properties: Milky wh. liq.; sorbic acid odor; sol. in water, alcohol; sp.gr.
Properties: Wh. powd.; bulk particle size 15-150 p; soap-like odor; water- 1.01; dens. 8.4 Iblgal; visc. 500 cps; f.p. 0 C; b.p. 100 C; pH 5-7; non-
disp.; m.w. 444; sp.gr. 0.24-0.27; acid no. 2.5 max.; surf. tens. 28.7 dynes/ ionic; 30% silicone, 44.5% solids, 60% volatile
cm (0.1% aq.); anionic Toxicology: May irritate eyes
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 5000 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 2000 mglkg; LC50 Hazardous Ingredients: Acetaldehyde (< 1%)
(inh., rat, 4 h) > 20 mgll; irritating to eyes and skin; nonsensitizing by Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: (thermal): CO, CO,, SiOz,formaldehyde
skin contact, inh.; TSCA listed HMIS: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
Precaution: Dust explosion hazard; dust may be explosive if mixed with Sforage: 12 mos. storage life when stored in original unopened contain-
air in presence of ignition source; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents, ers @ 4-27 C
strong acids, alkalis AF 100 IND [Harcros]
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz, SO, Chem. Descrip.: Silicone antifoam
Aerosol@ OT-S [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV] Uses: Antifoam for aq. and nonaq. systems, adhesives, paints, inks, sizes,
Chem. Descrip.: Dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate (68-70%), naphtha petro- industrial cooking processes, vacuum distillations, insecticides,
leum (CAS 64741-65-7, < 31%) deasphalting, and resin polymerization
UN 1993 Regulafory: FDA 5180.1001c,d
Uses: Wetting agent, surf. tens. depressant, emulsifier for plastics, Properties: Translucent liq.; sol. in aliphatic, aromatic, and chlorinated
organosols, lacquers, varnishes, all org. media, dry cleaning, corrosion- solvs.; insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.01; dens. 8.4 Iblgal; pour pt. < 0 F; flash
resistant lubricants, agric. emulsions; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, pt. > 600 F (PMCC); 100% conc.
paperlpaperboard, cellophane, textiles AF 112 [Harcros]
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105,175.300,176.170,176.210,177.1200, Chem. Descrip.: Nonsilicone
177.2800,178.3400; Canada DSL listed Uses: Antifoam used in solvs., adhesives, latex paints, inks; defoamer in
Properties: Lt. amber, transparent liq.; petrol. distillate odor; sol. in org. food-contact coatings, paperlpaperboard; food pkg. adhesives, cello-
solvs.; sol. 1.5 gll00 ml in water; sp.gr. 1.O; visc. 200-300 cps; b.p. 188- phane
208 C (solv.); flash pt. (PMCC) 46 C; pH 6-8 (1% aq.); surf. tens. 26 Regulafory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200
dyneslcm; anionic; 70% act.; 28-32% volatiles Properties: Creamy yel. liq.; water-insol.; sp.gr. 0.92; dens. 7.7 Iblgal;
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 4000 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 5000 mglkg; pour pt. 40 F; flash pt. > 200 F (PMCC); 100% act.
irritating to eyes and skin; nonsens ng by skin contact, inh.; TSCA AF 116 [Harcros]
listed Uses: Antifoam for latex paints, adhesives, inks, solvs., chem. process-
Environmental: Biodeg. ing, textiles, paper coatings, electroplating, polyvinyl alcohol emulsions;
Precaution: Flamm.; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents, strong acids, food-pkg. adhesives, textiles; component of food-contact paperlpaper-
alkalis board; defoamer in food-contact paper coatings, paperlpaperboard
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, SO, Features: Nonsilicone; freeze-thaw stable
Aerosol@ TR-70 [Cytec Ind.; Cytec Ind. BV]
Regulafory: FDA21CFR~175.105,176.170,176.180,176.200,176.210,
Chem. Descrip.: Ditridecyl sodium sulfosuccinate (< 70%), ethanol (19%),
177.2800
methanol (I%), water
UN 1993 Properties: Creamy yel. liq.; oil-sol.; sp.gr. 0.86; dens. 7.1 Iblgal; flash pt.
Uses: Emulsifier, surfactant in emulsion polymerization of vinyl chloride (PMCC) > 300 F
and vinyl acetate, suspension polymerization of vinyl chloride; dispers- AF 5851111 [Harcros]
ant for resins, pigments, polymers, and dyes in org. systems; pigment Chem. Descrip.: Nonsilicone
dispersant in printing inks; rust preventive; food pkg. adhesives, paperl Uses: Antifoam for adhesives, latex paints, inks, polyvinyl alcohol emul-
paperboard; emulsifier in mfg. of food-contact articles sions, food pkg. adhesives; defoamer in food-contact coatings, paperl
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,176.180,178.3400; Canada DSLlisted paperboard
Properties: CI. low-visc. liq.; mild rum-like odor; sol. in org. media; sol. Regulafory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.200, 176.210

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AF 9000

Properties: Wh. milky liq.; water-insol.; sp.gr. 0.80; dens. 6.7 Iblgal; pour Properties; Creamy wh. liq.; oil-sol.; sp.gr. 0.88; dens. 7.34 Iblgal; flash
pt. 5 F; flash pt. (PMCC) 150 F; 100% act. pt. (PMCC) > 200 F
AF 9000 [GE Silicones; Costec; Harwick Std. Distrib.] AF HL-66M [Harcros]
Chem. Descrip.: Dimethicone and silica Uses: Antifoam for latex paints, adhesives, inks, coatings, wastewater
Uses: Defoamer in nonaq. direct and indirect food additives (corn oil mfg., treatment, chem. processing; food-pkg. adhesives; component of food-
deep-fat frying, esterification of veg. oils); food pkg. applics.; defoamer contact paperlpaperboard; defoamer in food-contact paper coatings,
in chemical processing (adhesive mfg., ink mfg., paint mfg., resin poly- paperlpaperboard
merization, formulating antifoamemulsions, insecticideslherbicides,wool Features: Nonsilicone; freeze-thaw stable
fats), petrol. processing (gas scrubbing, glycol, vacuum tower units) Regu/atory: FDA21CFR~175.105,176.170,176.180,176.200,176.210,
Regu/atory: FDA, USDA compliance; kosher 40CFR §180,1001c,d
Properties: Gray; sol. in aliphatic, aromatic, and chlorinated solvs.; sp.gr. Properties: Yel. opaque pumpable visc. liq.; water-disp.; sp.gr. 0.87; dens.
1.01; dens. 8.4 Iblgal; visc. 2500 cps; flash pt. (OC) 315 C; 100% Si 7.4 Iblgal; pour pt. 35 F; flash pt. (PMCC) > 200 F; 100% act.
Storage: 12 mos. storage life when stored in original unopened contain- Storage: Store @ R.T. for ease of handling; if prod. freezes, warm to R.T.
ers @ 16-23 C; use mild agitation prior to use to disperse solids uni- and agitate thoroughly before use
formly A-Fax@500 [Hercules]
AF 9020 [GE Silicones; Costec; Harwick Std. Distrib.] Chem. Descrip.: Amorphous PP
Chem. Descrip.: Dimethicone, PEG stearate, sorbitan stearate, and silica CAS 9003-07-0
aq. emulsion Uses: General purpose thermoplastic used as a base polymer in hot-melt
Uses: Defoamer for industrial and food-processing systems (fermenta- adhesives
tion, brine systems, wine, yeast, etc.), chemical processing (adhesive Properties: Off-wh. waxy solid; m.w. 23,000; dens. 0.86 kgll; visc. 2000
rnfg., aq. ink mfg., latex processing, soap rnfg., starch processing, paint cps; R&B soften. pt. 150 C; tens. str. 6 kglcm’; tens. elong. 50% (break);
additive, alcohol fermentation), wastewater treatment, petrochemical dielec. str. 700 Vlmil; vol. resist. 6 x 10’’ ohm-cm.
(resin polymerization, glycol dehydrators, ethylene oxide prod., urea A-Fax@ 600 [Hercules]
prod.) Chem. Descrip.: Amorphous PP
Regu/atory: FDA, USDA compliance; kosher; EPA 40CFR §180.1001 (d) CAS 9003-07-0
exempt Uses: Thermoplastic elec.-grade flooding compd. for underground and
Properties: Wh. emulsion; disp. in warm or cold water with mild agitation; marine communication and power cable; also for hot-melt and pressure-
sp.gr. 1.01; dens. 8.4 Iblgal; visc. 3500 cps; fermentation, brine sys- sensitive adhesives
tems, chewing gum base, fruit processing, instant coffee, cheese whey, Properties: Off-wh. waxy solid; m.w. 12,000; dens. 0.86 kgb; visc. 240
jelly, pickle, potato, rice, sauce, soft drink, veg., yeast, and wine pro- cps (175 C); R&B soften. pt. 120 C; dielec. str. 600 Vlmil; vol. resist. 3 x
cessing, sugar refining, syrups; nonionic; 20% silicone, 28.75% solids lo” ohm-cm.
Storage: 12 mos. storage life when stored in original unopened container A-Fax@ 940 [Hercules]
at 4-27 C Chem. Descrip.: Amorphous PP
AF GN-11-P [Harcros] CAS 9003-07-0
Uses: Antifoam for fermentation, drilling muds, effluent, adhesives, gas Uses: Thermoplastic used in wire and cable saturants, caulks and seal-
treating, food pkg. adhesiveslcellophane;defoamer in food-contact coat- ants, hot-melt adhesives, carpet backing, modification of polyolefin, wax,
ings, paperlpaperboard and asphalt
Features: Nonsilicone Properties: Off-wh. waxy solid; m.w. 43,000; dens. 0.86 kgll; visc. 2000
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.200,176.210, 177.1200 cps (190 C); R&B soften. pt. 155 C; tens. str. 8 kglcm’; tens. elong. 40%
Properties: CI. liq.; water-disp; sp.gr. 1.01; dens. 8.4 Iblgal; pour pt. -50 F; (break); dielec. str. 700 Vlmil; vol. resist. 6 x 10’ ohm-cm.
flash pt. > 200 F (PMCC); pH 5-7 (1% aq.); nonionic; 100% act. AG 101 [Amity UK]
AF HL-27 [Harcros] Chem. Descrip.: n-Propyl bromide (> 95%)
Uses: Antifoam for urea and phenolic resins, latex paints, inks, food pkg. CAS 106-94-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-445-0
adhesiveslcellophane; defoamer in food-contact coatings, paperlpaper- Uses: Solvent, degreasing solvent, solubilizer for adhesives, sealants,
board inks, paints, textile grease spot removal
Features: Nonsilicone Features: High performance; fast evaporating; CFC-free; replacement
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.200,176.210, 177.1200 for 1,1,1-trichloroethane; safer nonflamm. alternative to methylene chlo-
Properties: Creamy yel. liq.; water-insol.; sp.gr. 0.95; dens. 7.9 Iblgal; ride; low toxicity; low odor; very low G.W.P.; low O.D.P.
pour pt. 32 F; flash pt. (PMCC) > 300 F; 100% act. Regulatory: EINECS, MlTl listed
AF HL-40 [Harcros] Properties: Colorless liq.; sweet odor; sol. 2.4 gll in water; sp.gr. 1.35;
Uses: Antifoam for latex paints, food pkg. adhesiveslcellophane, inks, vapor dens. 4.3; visc. 0.42 cps; vapor pressure 110.8 mm Hg (20 C);
solvs., chemical processing, textiles, paper, paper coatings, electroplat- m.p. -110 C; b.p. 69 C; decomp. pt. 204.4 C; flash pt. (TCC) none; KB
ing; defoamer in food-contact coatings, paperlpaperboard value 126
Features: Nonsilicone Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) 4260 mglkg; LC50 (inh., rat, 0.5 h) 253,000
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105,176.200,176.210, 177.2800 mglm3; PEL/TLV 100 ppm; harmful by inh.; vapors may irritate eyes,
Properties: Creamy yel. liq.; oil-sol.; sp.gr. 0.91; dens. 7.5 Iblgal; flash pt. nose, respiratory tract; mild irritant to skin, eyes; may cause CNS ef-
(PMCC) > 200 F; nonionic; 100% act. fects, irregular pulse, systemic effects; TSCA listed
AF HL-52 [Harcros] €nvironmenta/: Environmentally acceptable; very low global warming
Uses: Antifoam for solvs., latex paints, inks, chemical processing, food potential; low ODP; sinks in water; low bioaccumulation potential; not
pkg. adhesives, paper coatings; defoamer in food-contact coatings, pa- readily biodeg.; large vols. may penetrate soil and contaminate ground-
perlpaperboard water
Features: Nonsilicone Precaution: LEL 4.0%, UEL 7.8%; vapors are heavier than air and may
travel considerable distances; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents,
Regdatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105,176.200, 176.210
and calcium, finely powd. aluminum, alkali metals; use neoprene or ni-
Properties: Creamy yel. liq.; oil-sol.; sp.gr. 0.87; dens. 7.25 Iblgal; flash trile gloves, boots and aprons; use goggles or face shields
pt. (PMCC) > 200 F; nonionic; 100% act. Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Hydrogenhalides, CO; generates toxic smoke
AF HL-52M [Harcros] in tire
Uses: Antifoam for aq. paints, adhesives, inks, chem. processing, tex- Storage: Store in cool, well-ventilated area in tightly closed original con-
tiles, paper coatings; food-pkg. adhesives; component of food-contact tainers; do not store in open sunshine; keep away from heat
paperlpaperboard AgCladm Filament 32 [Potters Ind.]
Features: Nonsilicone; freeze-thaw stable Chem. Descrip.: ‘E’ glass fibers clad with thin layer of silver
Regdatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105,176.170, 176.180 Uses: Conductive reinforcing agent providing higher impact str. and di-

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Ageflex@ FM-1

mensional stability, reduced heat diston. to conductive plastic compos- eyes and skin; vapor irritating to eyes, skin, nasal membranes; harmful
ites, adhesives, coatings, caulks, sealants, putties, gasketing materials, if swallowed or inhaled
EMllRFl applics. Precaution: Corrosive
Properties: Off-wh. floccular, odorless; '13*in. screen size; sp.gr. 2.8-3.0; Ageflex@ FA-1Q8ODMS [Ciba Spec. ChemsAVater & Paper]
bulk dens. 65-70 lblft3; m.p. 961.9 C (coating); bulk resist. 0.008 ohm- Chem. Descrip.: Dimethylaminoethyl acrylate dimethyl sulfate quat. with
cm 500 ppm MEHQ inhibitor
Toxico/ogy: Absorp. of silver metal causes skin pigmentation (argyria); CAS 13106-44-0
may cause skin or eye irritation or allergic reactions; dust may cause Uses: Antistatic finish for polyester fibers; flocculant, coagulant for indus-
respiratory irritation trial process water treatment; flocculant for min. recovery, ion exchange
Precaution: May burn or explode if contacted with oxidizers or dispersed resins, adhesives, acid dye receptivity, electrostatic coatings on wood;
in air retention aid for paper; food-contact paperlpaperboard
Ageflex@AGE [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper] Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5176.170
Chem. Descrip.: Allyl glycidyl ether Properties: APHA 100 color; water-sol.; m.w. 269.32; sp.gr. 1.I 80 (20l20
CAS 106-92-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-442-4 C); cationic; 80% act.
Uses: Modifier for elastomer, epoxies, adhesives, fibers; reactive inter- Ageflex@ FA-1Q8OMC [Ciba Spec. Chems.lWater & Paper]
mediate for coatings, sizinglfinishing agent for fiberglass; silane inter- Chem. Descrip.: Dimethylaminoethyl acrylate methyl chloride quat. with
mediate in elec. coatings 600 ppm MEHQ inhibitor
Properties: APHAIOOcolor; m.w. 114.15; sp.gr. 0.970 (20l20C); f.p. -100 CAS 44992-01-0
C; flash pt. 57 C; 98% act. Uses: Antistatic finish for polyester fibers; flocculant, coagulant for indus-
Ageflex@AMA [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper] trial process water treatment; flocculant for min. recovery, ion exchange
Chem. Descrip.: Allyl methacrylate resins, adhesives, acid dye receptivity, electrostatic coatings on wood;
CAS 96-05-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 202-473-0 retention aid for paper; food-contact paperlpaperboard
Uses: Silane monomer intermediate; crosslinker offering two-stage poly- Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5176.170
merization, abrasion and sob. resist.; polymer modifier for high impact Properties: APHA 200 color; water-sol.; m.w. 193.68; sp.gr. 1.I 60 (20l20
plastics, adhesives, acrylic elastomers, photoresists, optical polymers C); cationic; 80% act.
Properties: AOHA 50 color; m.w. 126.12; sp.gr. 0.929 (20l20 C); flash pt. Ageflex@FA-2Q5ODMS [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper]
37 C; 98% act. Chem. Descrip.: Diethylaminoethylacrylate dimethyl sulfate quat. with 35
Ageflex@1,3 BGDMA [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper] ppm MEHQ inhibitor
Chem. Descrip.: 1,3-Butylene glycol dimethacrylate CAS 21810-39-9
CAS 1189-08-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 214-711-0 Uses: Antistatic finish for polyester fibers; flocculant and coagulant for
Uses: Crosslinker for plastisols, hard rubber rolls, cast acrylic sheetlrods, industrial process water treatment; flocculant for min. recovery, ion ex-
coagent for rubber compding., impregnant for metal and wood compos- change resins, adhesives, acid dye receptivity, electrostatic coatings on
ites, adhesives, glass-reinforced plastics wood; retention aid for paper; food-contact paperlpaperboard
Properties: APHA 50 color; m.w. 226.26; sp.gr. 0.944; 98% act. Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5176.170
Ageflex@CHMA [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper] Properties: APHA 100 color; water-sol.; m.w. 297.37; sp.gr. 1.I 01 (20l20
Chem. Descrip.: Cyclohexyl methacrylate with 150 ppm MEHQ inhibitor C); cationic; 50% act.
Uses: Polymer modifier for optical lens coatings, adhesives, floor pol- Ageflex@ FA-6 [Ciba Spec. ChemsAVater & Paper]
ishes, vinyl polymerization, anaerobic adhesives, food pkg. Chem. Descrip.: n-Hexyl acrylate with 100 ppm hydroquinone inhibitor
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5177.1010 Uses: Monomer for UV-cured inkslcoatings, glass coating, adhesives;
Properties: APHA150 cl. liq.; m.w. 168.24; sp.gr. 0.950 (20l20 C); b.p. 60 visc. index improver for functional oils, polymer cements and sealants;
C (2 mm); flash pt. 82 C; 98% act. polymer modifiers
Precaution: Combustible Properties: APHA 150 cl. liq.; m.w. 156.23; sp.gr. 0.880 (20l20 C); f.p. -45
Ageflex@DEGDMA [Ciba Spec. Chems.lWater & Paper] C; b.p. 40 C (1 mm); flash pt. 71 C; 98% act.
Chem. Descrip.: Diethylene glycol dimethacrylate with 750 ppm MEHQ Ageflex@ FA-8 [Ciba Spec. ChemsAVater & Paper]
inhibitor Chem. Descrip.: lsooctyl acrylate with 100 ppm HQ inhibitor
Uses: Crosslinking for rubber vulcanization, moisture barrier films and Uses: Monomer for pressure-sensitive adhesives, coatings, caulks and
coatings, photopolymer printing plates and lenerpress inks, conversion sealants
coatings and adhesives Properties: APHA 100 color; sp.gr. 0.880 (20120 C); flash pt. 79 C; 97%
Properties: APHA 100 color; m.w. 242.27; sp.gr. 1.056 (20l20 C); flash pt. act.
66 C; 98% act. Ageflex@FA-10 [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper]
Ageflex@ EGDMA [Ciba Spec. ChemsJWater & Paper] Chem. Descrip.: lsodecyl acrylate with 100 ppm HQ inhibitor
Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene glycol dimethacrylate with 200 ppm MEHQ Uses: Monomer for adhesives, coatings, UV-curable reactive diluent in
inhibitor inks and coatings, visc. index improver
Uses: Crosslinking agent, modifier ofABS, acrylic and PVC, ion exchange Properties: APHA 100 color; m.w. 212.33; sp.gr. 0.864 (20l20 C); f.p. -100
resins, encapsulation of smokeless powd., glaze coatings, dental poly- C; flash pt. 88 C; 97% act.
mers, paper processing aids, rubber modifier, adhesives, optical poly- Ageflex@FA-12 [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper]
mers, leather finishing, moisture barriers, fiberglass-reinforced polyes- Chem. Descrip.: Lauryl acrylate with 80 ppm MEHQ inhibitor
ters, emulsion polymerization Uses: Monomer for UV-curable reactive diluent in inks and coatings, ad-
Properties: APHA 50 color; m.w. 198.22; sp.gr. 1.055 (20l20 C); f.p. -40 hesives, visc. index improver, finishing aid for leather
C; flash pt. 68 C; 98% act. Properties: APHA200 color; m.w. 240.39; sp.gr. 0.884 (20l20 C); flash pt.
Ageflex@ FA-1 [Ciba Spec. Chems.lWater & Paper] 93 C; 97.5% act.
Chem. Descrip.: Dimethylaminoethyl acrylate
CAS 2439-35-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 219-460-0
Ageflex@FM-1 [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper]
Uses: Adhesion promoter in UVIEB-cured coatings for metal, plastic, pa- Chem. Descrip.: Dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate
per, and wood surfs.; catalyst for epoxy molding and extrusion resins; CAS 2867-47-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 220-688-8
intermediate for water treatment chems., quat. monomers, silane cou- Uses: Detergent and sludge dispersant in lubricants; visc. index improver;
pling agents, conductive paper coatings; crosslinking agent for polyes- flocculant for wastewater treatment; retention aid for paper mfg.; acid
ter-diisocyanate prepolymers in leather finishing; flotation agent for es- scavenger in PU foams; corrosion inhibitor; resin and rubber modifier;
ter purification used in acrylic polishes and paints, hair prep. copolymers, sugar clarifi-
Properties: APHA 100 cl. liq.; m.w. 143.19; sp.gr. 0.940 (20l20 C); f.p. < cation, adhesives, water clarification, acrylic plastics for food pkg.
-60 C; b.p. 94 C (50 mm); flash pt. 66 C; 99% act. Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5177.1010
Toxico/ogy: Cause severe irritation and possible damage on contact with Properties: APHA 50 cl. liq.; very sol. in water; sol. in org. solvs.; m.w.

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Ageflex@FM-1Q75MC

157.21; visc. 1.38 cst; vapor pressure 12 mm Hg (70 C); b.p. 68.5 C (10 Ageflex@ HDDA [Ciba Spec. Chems.lWater & Paper]
mm); f.p. < -60 C; 99% assay Chem. Descrip.: 1,6-Hexanediol diacrylate with 100 ppm MEHQ inhibitor
Toxico/ogy: Poison; harmful if swallowed; severe eye burns and skin irri- Uses: Fast curing monomer providing adhesion to metal and glass, flex-
tation; irritating vapor ibility in inks and coatings, water resist., good weatherability; reactive
Storage: Store in cool area, preferably 75 F or lower away from direct diluent for radiation-curable oligomers
sunlight; exclude moisture Properties: APHA 100 color; m.w. 222.28; sp.gr. 1.01 (20l20 C); f.p. < -20
Ageflex@FM-1Q75MC [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper] C; flash pt. > 93 C; 98.5% act.
Chem. Descrip.: Dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate methyl chloride quat. Ageflex@ IBOA [Ciba Spec. Chems.lWater & Paper]
with 600 ppm MEHQ inhibitor Chem. Descrip.: lsobornyl acrylate with 100 ppm MEHQ inhibitor
CAS 5039-78-1 Uses: Monomer when cured provides hardness, low shrinkage, abrasion
Uses: Antistatic finish for polyester fibers; flocculant and coagulant for resist., heat and water resist., good weatherability in automotive coat-
industrial process water treatment; flocculant for min. recovery, ion ex- ings, electronics, adhesives, and other acrylic polymers
change resins, adhesives, acid dye receptivity, electrostatic coatings on Properties; AOHA 50 color; m.w. 222.30; sp.gr. 0.985 (20l20 C); f.p. < -20
wood; retention aid for paper; food-contact paperlpaperboard C; flash pt. 84 C; 99% act.
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5176.170 Ageflex@ IBOMA [Ciba Spec. Chems.lWater & Paper]
Properties: APHA 100 color; water-sol.; m.w. 207.70; sp.gr. 1.105 (20120 Chem. Descrip.: lsobornyl methacrylate with 150 ppm MEHQ inhibitor
C); f.p. -6.7 C; cationic; 75% act. Uses: Monomer for automotive coatings, electronics, adhesives, other
Ageflex@FM-1Q8ODMS [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper] acrylic polymers, acrylic plastics for food pkg.
Chem. Descrip.: Dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate dimethyl sulfate quat. Features: When cured, provides hardness, low shrinkage, abrasion re-
with 900 ppm MEHQ inhibitor sist., heat and water resist., good weatherability
CAS 6891-44-7 Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5177.1010
Uses: Antistatic finish for polyester fibers; flocculant and coagulant for Properties: APHA 100 color; m.w. 208.30; sp.gr. 0.983 (20l20 C); f.p. <
industrial process water treatment; flocculant for min. recovery, ion ex- -20 C; flash pt. 101 C; 98.5% act.
change resins, adhesives, acid dye receptivity, electrostatic coatings on Ageflex@PEA [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper]
wood; retention aid for paper; food-contact paperlpaperboard Chem. Descrip.: Phenoxyethyl acrylate with 200 ppm MEHQ inhibitor
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5176.170 Uses: Monomerfor UV-curable reactive diluent in inks and coatings, adhe-
Properties: APHA 100 color; water-sol.; m.w. 283.35; sp.gr. 1.183 (20120 sives, visc. index improver, tile coating
C); cationic; 80% act. Properties; APHA 100 color; m.w. 192.20; sp.gr. 1.090 (20l20 C); flash pt.
Ageflex@ FM-4 [Ciba Spec. Chems.lWater & Paper] 90 C; 98% act.
Chem. Descrip.: T-Butylaminoethyl methacrylate Ageflex@ T4EGDA [Ciba Spec. Chems.lWater & Paper]
CAS 3775-90-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 223-228-4 Chem. Descrip.: Tetraethyleneglycol diacrylate with 225 ppm MEHQ in-
Uses: Monomer for automotive dip tanks, industriallconsumer adhesives hibitor
and coatings, dye and lube oil additives; intermediate for water treat- Uses: Fast curing crosslinking monomer providing good adhesion and
ment chems., olw separations; in acrylic plastics for food pkg. flexibility, low shrinkage, and good impact str. in inks, coatings, adhe-
Regu/atory: FDA21CFR 5177.1010 sives, photo resists, and rubber prods.
Properties: APHA 50 color; m.w. 185.27; sp.gr. 0.91 4 (20l20 C); f.p. < -60 Properties: APHA 150 color; sl. water-sol.; m.w. 302.33; sp.gr. 1.I1 (201
C; flash pt. 96 C; 97.5% act. 20 C); f.p. < -20 C; flash pt. > 93 C; 98.5% act.
Ageflex@ FM-10 [Ciba Spec. ChemsJWater & Paper] Ageflex@TM 402,403,404,410,421,423,451,461,462 [Ciba Spec. Chems.l
Chem. Descrip.: lsodecyl methacrylate with 150 ppm MEHQ inhibitor Water & Paper]
CAS 29964-84-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 249-978-2 Chem. Descrip.: Trimethylolpropane trimethacrylate blends
Uses: Pressure-sensitive adhesives; coatings for leather, textiles, paper, CAS 3290-92-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 221-950-4
nonwovens; polymer modifierlstabilizer;visc. index improver; dispersion Uses: Crosslinking monomers; processing aid for extrusion and molding
for plastics and rubber, floor waxes, potting compds., sealants, adhe- of plastisols and rubber compds. (improves abrasion resist., adhesion in
sives PVC plastisols, scorch and chem. resist., elevated temp. stability)
Properties: APHA 100 cl. liq.; m.w. 226.36; sp.gr. 0.878 (20l20 C); b.p. Properties: APHA < 400 color; m.w. 338.39; sp.gr. 1.06 (20120 C)
126 C (10 mm); flash pt. 121 C; 97.5% act. Ageflex@TMPTMA [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper]
Ageflex@ FM-12 [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper] Chem. Descrip.: Trimethylolpropanetrimethacrylate with 175 ppm MEHQ
Chem. Descrip.: Lauryl methacrylate (synthetic) with 400 ppm MEHQ inhibitor
inhibitor CAS 3290-92-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 221-950-4
CAS 142-90-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 205-570-6 Uses: Crosslinking monomer for coagents for wire and cable, hard rubber
Uses: Monomer for lube oil additives, coatings for nonwoven fiber, floor rolls, polybutadiene and polyethylene, moisture barrier films and coat-
waxes, paints, adhesives, varnishes, sealants, caulks; stabilizer for ings, plastisols and vinyl acetate latexes, adhesives, molding compds.,
nonaq. dispersions and inks textile prods.
Properties: APHA200 color; m.w. 254.43; sp.gr. 0.868 (20120 C); flash pt. Properties: APHA 100 color; m.w. 338.39; sp.gr. 1.06 (20l20 C); 99% act.
126 C; 95% act. (C12) Ageflex@TPGDA [Ciba Spec. Chems./Water & Paper]
Ageflex@ FM-68 [Ciba Spec. Chems.lWater & Paper] Chem. Descrip.: Tripropylene glycol diacrylate with 175 ppm MEHQ in-
Chem. Descrip.: Stearyl methacrylate (natural, C16-18 methacrylates) hibitor
with 100 ppm HQ inhibitor ElNECSlELlNCS 256-032-2
CAS 32360-05-7 Uses: Crosslinkingmonomer for UV-curable inkslcoatings,floor tiles, wood
Uses: Monomer for lube oil additives, pour pt. depressants, paper coat- coatings and tillers, adhesives, textile finishes and rubber compds.
ings, textile finishes, paints, varnishes, pressure-sensitive adhesives Properties: APHA 150 color; m.w. 300.00; sp.gr. 1.039 (20l20 C); flash pt.
> 100 C; 98.5% act.
Properties: APHA 200 color; m.w. 338.58; sp.gr. 0.864 (20l20 C); f.p. 18 Agerite@ GeItroP [R.T. Vanderbilt]
C; flash pt. 93 C; 57% C18,25% C16 Chem. Descrip.: Alkylated-arylated bisphenolic phosphite
Ageflex@ FM-246 [Ciba Spec. Chems.lWater & Paper] Uses: Antioxidant and polymer stabilizer for NR, SR, wire and cable, ad-
Chem. Descrip.: Lauryl methacrylate (natural) with 100 ppm HQ inhibitor hesives and cements, hot melts; gel inhibitor during polymerization
CAS 142-90-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 205-570-6 Features: Nonstaining, nondiscoloring; nonblooming; no ozone-depleting
Uses: Monomer for lube oil additives, coatings for nonwoven fiber, floor substances; pract. zero VOC
waxes, paints, adhesives, varnishes, sealants, caulks; stabilizer for Properties: Amber visc. liq.; very sol. in toluene, chloroform, gasoline;
nonaq. dispersions and inks pract. insol. in water (slow hydrolysis occurs); dens. 0.965k0.02 mglm3
Properties: APHA 200 color; m.w. 254.42; sp.gr. 0.868 (20l20 C); f.p. -20 (60 C); visc. 250-550 cps (60 C); flash pt. 199 C min.; 0.001% VOC
C; flash pt. 110 C; 62% C12, 22% C14 Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed

28 HANDBOOK OF ADHESIVE CHEMICAL AND COMPOUNDING INGREDIENTS
Agitan@ 281

Agerite@ MA [R.T. Vanderbilt] storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed pkg.; not
Chem. Descrip.: Polymerized 1,2-dihydro-2,2,4-trimethylquinoline sensitive to freezing; stir before use
CAS 26780-96-1 Agitan@218 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
Uses: Antioxidant for XLPE, NR, SR, wire and cable, adhesives, cements, Chem. Descrip.: Oil defoamer contg. silicone (< 5%)
latex applics. Uses: Defoamer for emulsion paints, aq. coatings, syn. renderings, adhe-
Features: SI. staining, nonblooming; provides aging protection; inhibits sives, coating colors for paper prod., leather finishing
oxygen attack; no ozone-depleting substances Regulatory: FDA compliance
Properties: Amber pellets, cream-tan powd., odorless; 99.5% min. through Properties: Pale yel. cloudy oil; emulsifiable in water @ 20-30 C; visc.
200 mesh (powd.); sol. in acetone, toluene, chloroform, C S i sl. sol. in med.; pH 6.5 (2% DW); nonionic; 100% act.
petrol. hydrocarbons; pract. insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.03-1.09; soften. pt. Use Level: 0.1-0.3%
115-135 C; flash pt. (COC) 204 C Storage: Store @ R.T.; stir before use; becomes more visc. under cold
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 4900 mglkg, (dermal, rabbit) > 20,000 mglkg; conditions, but does not affect performance-warm to 40 C and stir to
nonirritating to skin and eyes; OSHA TWA 5 mglm3(respirable dust), 15 reverse
mglm3 (total dust) recommended; TSCA listed Agitan@ 230 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
Precaution: Dust may present explosion hazard in presence of ignition Chem. Descrip.: Blend of modified nonionic fatty compds., hydrophobic
source; incompat. with strong oxidizers silica, and hydrocarbons
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, NO,, aromaticlaliphatic hydrocar- Uses: Defoamer for aq. systems, med. and high visc. emulsion-based
bons paint and coating systems, syn. renderings, adhesives, silicate paints,
Storage: Keep containers closed aq. epoxy resin systems
Agerite@ Stalite@ [R.T. Vanderbilt] Features: Highly effective; silicone-free
Chem. Descrip.: Octylated diphenylamines mixt. Properties: Ylsh. oil; hardly emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.85 glml(20 C);
CAS 68921-45-9 visc. med.; flash pt. > 100 C; pH 7.5 (2% in DW); 100% act.
Uses: Antioxidant for NR, SR, CR, for hose and belting, automotive and Use Level: 0.1-0.5%
appliance molded goods, wire and cable, footwear, adhesives, cements, storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life when stored @ R.T. in closed containers;
hot melts, latexes; scorch retarder for CR; gel inhibitor polymer stabi- not sensitive to frost
lizer Agitan@ 260 [Munzing Chemie GmbH; King Ind.]
Features: Nonstaining, nonblooming; inhibits oxygen attack, improves Chem. Descrip.: Medical wh. oils, modified nonionic solids, and hydro-
heat aging; 0% VOC; no ozone-depleting substances phobic silica
Properties: Red. brn. visc. liq.; sol. in alcohol, toluene, gasoline; pract. Uses: Defoamer for emulsion paints, gloss emulsion paints, syn. render-
insol. in water; m.w. 281.45; dens. 0.99k0.02 mglm3 ings, adhesives, silicate paints, aq. epoxy resin systems, highly visc.
Toxicology: TSCA listed coating colors for paper prod., wastewater treatment
Agerite@ Stalite@S [R.T. Vanderbilt] Features: Silicone-free
Chem. Descrip.: Octylated diphenylamines mixt. Regulatory: BGA compliance
CAS 68411-46-1 Properties: Wh. opaque visc. liq.; dens. 0.84 glml (20 C); flash pt. > 150
Uses: Antioxidant for NR, SR, CR, for hose, belting, automotive and ap- C; pH = 6.5 (2% in DI water); nonionic; 100% act.
pliance molded goods, wire and cable, footwear, adhesives, cements, Use Level: 0.05-0.3%
hot melts, latexes; scorch retarder for CR storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed pkg.; not
Features: Nonstaining, nonblooming; 0% VOC; no ozone-depleting sub- sensitive to freezing; stir before use
stances Agitan@ 265 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
Properties: Lt. tan powd.; sol. in alcohol, toluene, gasoline; insol. in water; Chem. Descrip.: Blend of modified nonionic fatty compounds, hydropho-
m.w. 393.66; dens. 1.02k0.03 mglm3;set pt. 90-99 C bic silica and wh. oils of pharmaceutical grade
Toxicology: TSCA listed Uses: Defoamer for aqueous emulsion based systems and water reduc-
Agerite@ Superlite@ [R.T. Vanderbilt] ible systems; architectural coatings emulsionplasters; industrialand wood
Chem. Descrip.: Polybutylated bisphenol A coatings, adhesives
CAS 68784-69-0 Features: Ideal for med. to high visc. formulations
Uses: Antioxidant for NR, SR, latex, automotive and appliance molded Properties: SI. yel. liq.; hardly emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.88 glcm3;
goods, tires, wire and cable, footwear, adhesives, cements, hot melts; med. visc.; flash pt. > 150 C; pH = 6.5; nonionic; 100% act.
gel inhibitor polymer stabilizer storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed pkg.; not
features: Nonstaining, nonblooming; no ozone-depleting substances sensitive to freezing
Properties: Amber liq.; very sol. in toluene, chloroform, gasoline; pract. Agitan@ 280 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
insol. in water; dens. 0.935-0.975 mglm3; visc. 4000-10,000 cps; ref. Chem. Descrip.: Blend of liq. hydrocarbons, hydrophobic silica acid, syn.
index 1.5220-1.5240 copolymers, and nonionic emulsifiers
Toxicology: TSCA listed Uses: Defoamer for emulsion paints, emulsion polymers, syn. render-
Agerite@ Superlite@ Solid [R.T. Vanderbilt] ings, adhesives, coating colors in paper prod.
Chem. Descrip.: Polybutylated bisphenol A on inert carrier Features: Silicone-free
CAS 68784-69-0 Properties: Brnsh. dull oil; emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.93 glcc (20 C);
Uses: Antioxidant for NR, SR, automotive and appliance molded goods, visc. med.; flash pt. > 120 C; pH 6 (2% in DW); nonionic; 100% act.
tires, wire and cable, footwear, adhesives, cements, hot melts Use Level: 0.1-0.5%
Features: Nonstaining, nonblooming; no ozone-depleting substances Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed pkg.; not
Properties: Lt. yel. to yel-tan powd.; very sol. in toluene, chloroform, gaso- sensitive to freezing; stir well before use
line; pract. insol. in water; dens. 1.26k0.03 mglm3;70575.5% assay Agitan@ 281 [Munzing Chemie GmbH; King Ind.]
Toxicology: TSCA listed Chem. Descrip.: Blend of liq. hydrocarbons, hydrophobic silica, syn. co-
Agitan@217 [Munzing Chemie GmbH] polymers, and nonionic emulsifiers
Chem. Descrip.: Blend of liq. hydrocarbons, nonionic emulsifiers, and Uses: Defoamer for emulsion paints, emulsion polymers, food pkg. adhe-
silicone (< 5%) sives, aq. systems, silicate paints, coating colors; starch defoamer in
Uses: Defoamerfor emulsion paints, emulsion polymers, adhesives, coat- food-contact paper prod.; architectural coatings; building products; in-
ing colors in paper prod. dustrial and wood coatings; automotive coatings; printing inks; adhe-
Regulatory: FDA compliance sives
Properties: Lt. yel. dull oil; emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.91 glml (20 C); Features: Silicone-free
visc. med.; flash pt. > 140 C; pH 6 (2% in DW); nonionic; 100% act. Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105,176.210
Use Level: 0.1-0.3% Properties: Lt. brn. turbid sl. visc. liq.; emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.96 gl

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AgitanB 282

ml(20 C); flash pt. > 140 C; pH = 5.0 (2% in dist. water); nonionic; 100% AgitanB 315 [Munzing Chemie GmbH; King Ind.]
act. Chem. Descrip.: Blend of modified nonionic fatty compds., hydrophobic
Use Level: 0.05-0.50% silica, and aromatic-free medical wh. oils
Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed containers; Uses: Defoamer for odorless inner emulsion paints, maintenance coat-
not sensitive to freezing; stir before use ings, primers, high-gloss emulsion paints, inks, syn. renderings, adhe-
Agitana 282 [Munzing Chemie GmbH] sives, aq. systems, coating colors in paper prod.
Chem. Descrip.: Blend of liq. hydrocarbons, hydrophobic silica, syn. co- Features: Silicone-free; very low odor
polymers, and nonionic emulsifiers Regulatory: BGA compliance
Uses: Defoamer for aq. systems, architectural coatings, emulsion plas- Properties: Lt. yel. sl. opaque visc. liq., low odor; dens. 0.86 glml (20 C);
ters, building prods., industrial and wood coatings, automotive coatings, flash pt. > 100 C; pH = 8.0 (2% in DI water); nonionic; 100% act.
printing inks, adhesives Use Level: 0.05-0.50%
Features: Wide formulation latitude Storage; 12 mos. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed pkg.; stir before
Properties: Brnsh. turbid med.-visc. liq.; easily emulsifiable in water; dens. use; not sensitive to freezing
0.96 glcm3 (20 C); flash pt. > 100 C; pH = 5 (2% in DW); 100% act. Agitan@381 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
Use Level: 0.1-0.5% Chem. Descrip.: Blend of pharmaceuticalgrade wh. oils with hydrophobic
Storage; 12 mos. min. shelf life in closed containers; not sensitive to silica and nonionic emulsifiers
freezing, but for better handling, storage at 15-25 C is rec.; may sepa- Uses: Defoamer for emulsion plasters, architectural coatings, building
rate on storage; mix before use products, industrial and wood coatings, automotive coatings, printing
AgitanB 295 [Munzing Chemie GmbH; King Ind.] inks, adhesives
Chem. Descrip.: Blend of liq. hydrocarbons, hydrophobic silica, fatty and Features: Silicone-free; esp. effective in low visc. and pigmented sys-
alkoxylated compds., and nonionic emulsifiers tems
Uses: Defoamer for emulsion paints, gloss emulsion paints, printing inks, Properties: Brownish turbid liq.; emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.94 glcc;
emulsion polymers, food pkg. adhesives, aq. systems, polymerization visc. med.; flash pt. > 100 C; pH 6 (2% in DW, 20 C); nonionic; 100%
processes, wood preselvative stains; defoamer in food-contact paper/ act.
paperboard Storage: 12 mos. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed pkg.; not sensitive
Features: Silicone-free to freezing; stir before use
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105,176.210 AgitanB 633 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
Properties: Lt. brn. turbid sl. visc. liq.; emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.95 g l Chem. Descrip.: Fatty acid derivs. and hydrocarbons
ml (20 C); flash pt. > 140 C; pH = 6.0 (2% in DI water); 100% act. Uses: Defoamer, leveling agent for water paints, water-dilutable resin
Use Level: 0.05-0.50% on finished prod. systems, impregnations, adhesives, printing inks, pulp, paper and board
Storage: 12 mos. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed containers; stir prod., effluent treating plants
before use Features: Silicone-free; easily emulsifiable
Agitana 299 [Munzing Chemie GmbH] Properties: Ylsh.-brn. cl. oil; emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.92 glml(20 C);
Chem. Descrip.: Blend of nonionic alkoxylated compds. visc. low; flash pt. > 120 C; pH 6.5 (2% in DW); nonionic; 100% act.
Uses: Defoamer for aq. systems, architectural coatings, industrial coat- Use Level: 0.1 -2.0%
ings, building prods., polymerization, spray-drying of polymer emulsions Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ R.T. in closed containers; not
Properties: Yel. med.-visc. liq.; emulsifiable in water; dens. = 1.0 glcm3 sensitive to freezing
(20 C); flash pt. > 100 C; pH = 5.5 (2% in DW); nonionic; 100% act. AgitanB 650 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
Use Level: 0.1-1% Chem. Descrip.: Blend of hydrocarbons, waxes, and nonionic emulsifiers
Storage; 12 mos. min. shelf life in closed containers; not sensitive to Uses: Defoamer for emulsion polymers, water-dilutable systems, pig-
freezing, but for better handling, storage at 15-25 C is rec. mented and unpigmented systems, coating colors for paper prod.; in
Agitana 301 [Munzing Chemie GmbH; King Ind.] resinouslpolymeric food-contactcoatings; food-contact paperlpaperboard
Chem. Descrip.: Blend of vegetable oils, modified solids, nonionic emul- Features: Silicone-free
sifiers, and silicone Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.300,176.170, 176.180; BGA compliance
Uses: Defoamer for emulsion paints, emulsion polymers, syn. render- Properties: Ylsh. dull oil; emulsifiable in water, ethylene glycol, IPA, pro-
ings, food pkg. adhesiveslcoatingslpaper, coating colors (graphic pa- pylene glycol, xylol; dens. 0.86 glcc (20 C); visc. med.; flash pt. > 140 C;
pers), wastewater treatment pH 6.5 (2% in DW); nonionic; 100% act.
Features: Prevents and combats surf. foam Use Level: 0.1-0.5%
Regulatory: FDA21CFR 9175.105,175.300,176.200,176.210; BGAcom- Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed pkg.; not
pliance sensitive to freezing; stir well before use
Properties: Ylsh. dull oil; emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.93 glcc (20 C);
visc. med.; flash pt. > 200 C; pH 6.5 (2% in DW, 20 C); nonionic; 100%
AgitanB 700 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
act.
Chem. Descrip.: Blend of liq. hydrocarbons, silicones, alkoxylatedcompds.,
modified fats, and nonionic emulsifiers
Use Level: 0.02-0.1%
Environmental: Biodeg. Uses: Defoamer for emulsion paints, hydrosols, aq. coatings, adhesives,
Storage: 12 mos. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed pkg.; not sensitive silicate paints, impregnations, water-dilutable resin systems
Properties: Ylsh. dull oil; emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.98 glml (20 C);
to freezing; stir before use
visc. med.; flash pt. > 140 C; pH 7 (2% in DW); 100% act.
Agitan@ 305 [Munzing Chemie GmbH; King Ind.]
Chem. Descrip.: Blend of modified nonionic fatty compds. and environ- Use Level: 0.1 -0.5%
Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ R.T. in closed containers; not
mentally safe hydrocarbons
Uses: Defoamer for latex and emulsion architectural paints, general in- affected by freezing; stir before use after long standing
dustrial, can coatings, emulsion polymers, syn. renderings, food pkg. AgitanB 701 [Munzing Chemie GmbH; King Ind.]
adhesiveslpaper, dispersions, coating colors in paper prod. (self-copy- Chem. Descrip.: Blend of liq. hydrocarbons, silicones, alkoxylated and
ing paper, folding boxboard) modified fatty compds.
Features: Silicone-free Uses: Defoamerfor emulsion paints, gloss emulsion paints, silicate paints,
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.200,176.210; BGA compliance hydrosols, aq. systems, can coatings, general industrial coatings, main-
Properties: Wh. opaque sl. visc. liq.; emulsifiable in water; dens. 0.87 g l tenance paints, high gloss architectural paints, automotive basecoats,
ml (20 C); flash pt. > 140 C; pH = 8.0 (2% in DI water); nonionic; 100% primers, acid catalyzed systems, stains
act. Properties: Ylsh. sl. visc. liq.; emulsifiable in butanol, glycol, glycol ethers,
Use Level: 0.05-0.50% on finished prod. hexanol, isobutanol, IPA, min. spirits, xylene; dens. 0.98 glml (20 C);
Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed containers; flash pt. > 140 C; pH = 5.0 (2% in DI water); 100% act.
not sensitive to freezing; stir well before use Use Level: 0.05-0.20%

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Agsolexa BLO

Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed containers; Sforage: 6 mos. min. shelf life in closed containers; sensitive to freezing;
not sensitive to freezing; stir before use may sl. separate on storage; mix before use
Agitana 731 [Munzing Chemie GmbH; King Ind.] Agitana P 804 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
Chem. Descrip.: Blend of modified organo polysiloxanes with nonionic Chem. Descrip.: Silicone on amorphous silica
alkoxylated compds. Uses: Defoamer for joint fillers, putties, leveling compds., screeds, gyp-
Uses: Defoamer for water-reducible emulsion and latex systems, high sum, cement, mortars, powd. paints, adhesives
gloss architectural paints, wood preservative stains, aq. flexographic Properties: Wh. free-flowing powd.; disp. in water; apparent dens. = 405
inks, primers, acid catalyzed systems, automotive basecoats, coating gll; = 34% ash
colors (folding boxboard), wastewater treatment Use Level: 0.1-1%
Properties: Lt. yel. sl. visc. translucent liq.; sol. in butanol, glycol ethers, Sforage: 12 mos. min. shelf life in closed containers; not sensitive to
ethoxypropanol, hexanol, isobutanol, IPA, methoxypropanol, MEK, min. freezing, but for better handling, storage at 15-25C is rec.
spirits, xylene; partly sol. in acetone, ethanol; dens. 1.01 glml (20 C); Agitana P 813 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
flash pt. > 200 C; pH = 7.0 (2% in DI water); nonionic; 100% act. Chem. Descrip.: Blend of liq. hydrocarbons and polyglycols on an inorg.
Use Level: 0.05-0.20% carrier
Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @J 15-25 C in closed containers; Uses: Defoamer, leveling agent for powder coatings, adhesives, plasters,
not sensitive to freezing; stir before use fillers, mortars, cements
Agitana 760 [Munzing Chemie GmbH] Features: Silicone-free
Chem. Descrip.: Blend of modified organo polysiloxanes and alkoxylated Properties: Wh. powd.; apparent dens. 540 g/l; 45% act.
compds. Use Level: 0.1-1.O%
Uses: Defoamerfor coating colors in paper prod. (folding boxboard), gloss Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored in closed containers in cool, dry
emulsion paints, wood preservative stains, aq. flexographic inks place; not sensitive to cold
Feafures: Highly effective; very good long-term effect Agitana P 823 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
Regulatory: BGA compliance Chem. Descrip.: Blend of liq. hydrocarbons and polyglycols on an inorg.
Properties: Lt. ylsh. sl. dull oil; sol. in acetone, ethanol, IPA, xylol; emulsi- carrier
fiable in propylene glycol; hardly emulsifiable in water; dens. 1.01 glcc Uses: Defoamer for joint fillers, putties, leveling compds., screeds, gyp-
(20 C); visc. med.; flash pt. > 100 C; pH 6 (2% in DW); nonionic; 100% sum, cement, mortars, powd. paints, adhesives
act. Properties: Wh. free-flowing powd.; disp. in water; apparent dens. = 600
Use Level: 0.05-0.2% g/l; = 35% ash
Storage; 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @ 15-25 C in closed pkg.; not Use Level: 0.1-1%
sensitive to freezing; stir well before use Sforage: 12 mos. min. shelf life in closed containers; not sensitive to
Agitan@960-R [Munzing Chemie GmbH] freezing, but for better handling, storage at 15-25C is rec.
Chem. Descrip.: Fatty derivs. and modified fatty acid esters disp. Agitan@ P 833 [Munzing Chemie GmbH]
Uses: Defoamerldeaerator for paper and board prod. incl. food-contact Chem. Descrip.: Blend of liq. hydrocarbons and polyglycols on an inorg.
paper, wastewater treatment, and for very strongly alkaline systems (up carrier
to pH 14);food pkg. adhesives Uses: Defoamer for joint fillers, putties, leveling co
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,176.210;BGA compliance sum, cement, mortars, powd. paints, adhesives;
Properties: Wh. dull free-flowing disp.; dens. 0.97 glcc (20 C); visc. med.; some mortars
pH 7 (20 C); nonionic; 39% act. Properties: Wh. free-flowing powd.; disp. in water; apparent dens. = 390
Use Level: 0.05-0.2% g/l; = 42% ash
Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life stored @J 15-25C in closed pkgs.; sensi- Use Level: 0.1-1%
tive to freezing; stir well before use Sforage: 12 mos. min. shelf life in closed containers; not sensitive to
Agitana E 255 [Munzing Chemie GmbH] freezing, but for better handling, storage at 15-25C is rec.
Chem. Descrip.: Polysiloxane aq. emulsion Agocel I 115 D [CHT R. Beitlich GmbH]
Uses: Defoamer for emulsion paints, gloss emulsion paints, syn. render- Chem. Descrip.: Highly substituted polygalactomannan ether
ings, adhesives, aq. systems, glazes, aq. printing inks, polymerization Uses: Thickener, water retention control agent for emulsion paints, inte-
processes rior and exterior paints, powd. paints, syn. resin plasters, adhesives;
Regulatory: BGA compliance suspending agent; protective colloid
Properties: Wh. visc. emulsion; misc. in water in all proportions; dens. Features: Good stability to alkali; good pigment binder capacity
1.OO glml (20 C); pH 8.5 (2% in DW); 20% act. Properties: Lt. beige fine powd.; disp. in water; visc. 9000-11,000m,Pas
Use Level: 0.05-0.5% (2%, 20 C); pH 5-7 (2%); nonionic
Storage: 6 mos. min. shelf life stored frost-free and in closed containers Use Level: 0.5-1.0%
Agitana E 256 [Munzing Chemie GmbH] AgrisynthB BLO [ISPI
Chem. Descrip.: Polysiloxane aq. emulsion Chem. Descrip.: y-Butyrolactone
Uses: Defoamer for emulsion paints, gloss emulsion paints, syn. render- CAS 96-48-0; ElNECSlELlNCS 202-509-5
ings, adhesives, aq. systems, glazes, aq. printing inks, aq. systems, Uses: Solvent for PAN, PS, fluorinated hydrocarbons, cellulose triacetate,
polymerization processes, aq. epoxy resin systems, corrosion preven- shellac, used in paint removers, petrol. processing, hectograph process,
tion specialty inks; intermediate for aliphatic and cyclic compds.; reaction
Properties: Wh. visc. emulsion; misc. in water in all proportions; dens. and diluent solvent for pesticides; dyeing of acetate; wetting agent for
1.OO glml (20 C); visc. med.; pH 8 (2% in DW); nonionic; 20% act. cellulose acetate films, fibers; solvent welding of plastic films in adhe-
Use Level: 0.05-0.5% sive applics.
Storage: 6 mos. min. shelf life stored in closed containers and protected Agsolexa BLO [ISPI
from freezing Chem. Descrip.: y-Butyrolactone
CAS 96-48-0; ElNECSlELlNCS 202-509-5
Agitana E 257 [Munzing Chemie GmbH] Uses: Solvent for agric. act. ingreds., to formulate tech. concs., emulsifi-
Chem. Descrip.: Polysiloxane copolymer emulsion in water able concs., microemulsions; solvent for synthesis of pesticides; stabi-
Uses: Defoamer for aq. systems, architectural coatings, building prods., lizer for fertilizers; cleaning agent for chemical reactors
industrial and wood coatings, printing inks, adhesives, emulsions Features: Thermally stable; low fire hazard; noncorrosive
Feafures: Exc. stability; resist. to acid and alkaline environment; suitable Regulafory: 40CFR §180.1001(d) exempt
for use at pH 2-11 Properties: CI. liq.; completely misc. with water, methanol, acetone, ben-
Properties: Wh. med.-visc. liq.; misc. with water in all ratios; dens. 1.01 gl zene, CCI,, ethyl ether, monochlorobenzene; insol. in aliphatic hydro-
cm3(20 C); pH 5.5 (2% in DW) carbons; dens. 1.I2 glcm3;visc. 1.7 mPa s; f.p. -44 C; b.p. 204 C; flash
Use Level: 0.05-0.5% pt (OC) 98 C

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Airflex@ 300

Environmenfal: Biodeg. Uses: For adhesive pkg. and converting applics.; exc. water resistance;
Airflex@300 [Air Prods.lPolymers] long open time; high wet tack, fair water resist.; PVAL protection
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion Properties: Visc. 1300-2200 cps; pH 5-6.5; 55% solids
CAS 24937-78-8 Airflex@405 [Air Prods.lPolymers]
Uses: Adhesive base offering rapid set speed, good adhesion to coated Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion
paper surfs., clarity, and flexibility, high thickening response, good wet CAS 24937-78-8
tack and water resist.; suited for paper, cellulose acetate film substrates Uses: For adhesive prods.; accepts high filler loadings; exc. water resis-
Feafures: PVAL protection tance; low wet tack; surfactant protection
Properties: Visc. 1800-2700 cps; pH 4-5; 55% solids Properties: Visc. 300-1000 cps; pH 5-6; 55% solids
Airflex@315 [Air Prods.lPolymers] Airflex@410 [Air Prods.lPolymers]
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene copolymer Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion
CAS 24937-78-8 CAS 24937-78-8
Uses: Emulsion for adhesives Uses: Sprayable, heat sealable polymer for adhesive prods., for PVC
Feafures: No formaldehyde; high wet tack; poor freezelthaw stability; exc. film; exc. water resist.; low wet tack; cellulosic protection
mechanical stability Properties: Visc. 250-900 cps; pH 4.5-5.5; 55% solids
Regulatory: SARA 9312/313 nonreportable Airflex@420 [Air Prods.lPolymers]
Properties: Wh. sl. hazy mobile liq.; 50 ppm on 100 mesh; sweet odor; Chem. Descrip.: Self-crosslinking Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion
completely sol. in water; sp.gr. 1.07; dens. 8.9 Iblgal; visc. 1800-2700 CAS 24937-78-8
cps (RVF@ 20 rpm); vapor pressure 18.52 mm Hg (21 C); b.p. > 100 C; Uses: Adhesive base for formulation of heat curing adhesives and woven
pH 4.75; 40-60% solids; 0.3% max. free monomer andlor nonwoven cloth laminating adhesives
Toxicology: Mild respiratory tract irritant; repeatedlprolonged exposure to Feafures: Exc. wet str. and resist. to solvs., heat and discoloration upon
low concs. of vapor may cause transient sore throat aging; ideal for air-tight pkg. applics.; no residual odor in finished prod.;
Precaution: When dried polymer burns, water, CO,, CO, and smoke are surfactant protection
produced; keep away from oxidizers Properties: Visc. 50-400 cps; pH 5-6; 52% min. solids
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Level of acetaldehyde may inc. as a result Airflex@421 [Air Prods.lPolymers]
of hydrolysis of residual vinyl acetate monomer; CO, CO, in fire; acetic Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion
acid; aldehydes CAS 24937-78-8
Storage: Avoid freezing temps.; minimize contact with atmospheric air to Uses: Adhesive base for formulation of heat curing adhesives and woven
prevent inoculation with microorganisms; do not store in reactive metal andlor nonwoven cloth laminating adhesives
containers Features: Exc. wet str. and resist. to solvs., heat and discoloration upon
Airflex@320 [Air Prods.lPolymers] aging; ideal for air-tight pkg. applics.; no residual odor in finished prod.;
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion surfactant protection
CAS 24937-78-8 Properties: Visc. 400-1000 cps; pH 5-6; 52% min. solids
Uses: Base for compounding water resist. pkg. adhesives with exc. ad- Airflex@426 [Air Prods.lPolymers]
hesion to difficult-to-adhere coated paper surfs.; suited for paper and Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion, carboxylated
cellulose acetate film substrates CAS 24937-78-8
Feafures: Offers flexibility, good wet tack, rapid set speed; good water Uses: Base for adhesives; rec. for foil laminating, PVC laminating, film
resist.; PVAL protection laminating, bottle labeling, bookbinding, metal-to-paper, metal-to-wood,
Properties: Visc. 1800-2700 cps; pH 4-5; 55% solids envelope window adhesives, high-speed pkg.; food pkg. adhesives,
Airflex@323 [Air Prods.lPolymers] paperlpaperboard
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion polymer Feafures: PVAUcellulosic protection; exc. adhesion to metal, polyester,
CAS 24937-78-8 other plastic films; sprayable, exc. water resist., high wet tack, heat seal-
Uses: Base for high-speed paper pkg. adhesives; nonwoven binder for able
wipes, towels, cover stock Regulatory: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,176.180
Features: Self-crosslinking; formaldehyde-free Properties: Emulsion; visc. 100-1800 cps; pH 4.5-5.5; 60-64% solids
Regulafory: SARA 9313 reportable Airflex@430 [Air Prods.lPolymers]
Properties: Wh. mobile liq.; sweet odor; completely sol. in water; sp.gr. Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetatelethylenelvinyl chloride terpolymer
1.07; visc. 50-500 cps; vapor pressure 18.52 mm Hg (21 C); b.p. > 100 Uses: Fire retardant adhesive base for kraft and coated paper substrates
C; pH 5.5; anionic; 40-60% solids Features: Forms clear, tough films with outstanding water and alkali re-
Toxicology: Mild respiratory tract irritant; repeatedlprolonged exposure to sist.; strong adhesion to metals, plastic films and foams; surfactant pro-
low concs. of vapor may cause transient sore throat; nonirritating to eyes tection
and skin of rabbit; TSCA listed Properties: Visc. 100-500 cps; pH 5.0-6.5; 52% min. solids
Precaution: When dried polymer burns, water, CO,, CO, and smoke are Airflex@440 [Air Prods.lPolymers]
produced; keep away from oxidizers Chem. Dew@.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion
Hazardous Ingredients: Contains sm. amt. of vinyl acetate monomer CAS 24937-78-8
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Level of acetaldehyde may inc. as a result Uses: Adhesive base suitable on kraftkoated paper, cotton and polyester
of hydrolysis of residual vinyl acetate monomer; CO, CO, in fire; acetic fabrics, mylar, cellulose acetate, and PVC film substrates
acid; aldehydes Features: Low VOC version of Airflex 400; high wet tack, good water
Storage: Avoid freezing temps.; minimize contact with atmospheric air to resist.
prevent inoculation with microorganisms; do not store in reactive metal Regulatory: SARA 9312l313 nonreportable
containers Properties: Wh. mobile liq.; sweet odor; completely sol. in water; sp.gr.
Airflex@400H [Air Prods.lPolymers] 1.07; visc. 1800-2700 cps; vapor pressure 18.62 mm Hg (21 C); b.p. >
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion 100 C; pH 4.5; 40-60% solids; < 0.1% total volatiles
Toxicology: No known health hazards; TSCA listed
CAS 24937-78-8 Precaution: When dried polymer burns, water, CO,, CO, and smoke are
Uses: High visc. version of Airflex 400 designed to reduce cost of formu- produced; keep away from oxidizers
lated adhesive by reducing additives and fillers required; high wet tack, Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Level of acetaldehyde may inc. as a result
good water resist.; PVAL protection of hydrolysis of residual vinyl acetate monomer; CO, CO, in fire; acetic
Properties: Visc. 3100-4400 cps; pH 4-5; 55% solids acid; aldehydes
Airflex@401 [Air Prods.lPolymers] Sforage: Avoid freezing temps.; minimize contact with atmospheric air to
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion prevent inoculation with microorganisms; do not store in reactive metal
CAS 24937-78-8 containers

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Akrochem@P 28

Airflex@440H [Air Prods.lPolymers] heat seal adhesive applics. or where a moisture barrier is required; binder
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion for nonwovens and textiles; imparts flexibility and water resist. to caulks,
CAS 24937-78-8 mastics, barrier coats in building applics., low MTVR coatings
Uses: Adhesive base suitable on kraftlcoated paper, cotton and polyester Features: Inherently flame retardant
fabrics, mylar, cellulose acetate, and PVC film substrates Properties: Emulsion; 0.12 nm particle size; dens. 9.22 Iblgal; visc. 25-
Features: Low VOC version of Aifflex 400H; high wet tack, good water 150 cps; pH 8.0; anionic; 50% solids
resist. Airflex@4530 [Air Prods.lPolymers]
Properties: Visc. 3100-4400 cps; pH 4-5; 55% min. solids; < 0.1% total Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-vinyl chloride copolymer latex
volatiles Uses: Coating binder and saturant for paper and paperboard applics.;
Airflex@460 [Air Prods.lPolymers] useful in heat seal adhesive applics. or where a moisture barrier is re-
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion, PVAL protection quired; binder for nonwovens and textiles; binder for filters, stiff flame
CAS 24937-78-8 retardant nonwovens; imparts flexibility and water resist. to caulks, mas-
Uses: Adhesive base for film laminations, vinyl laminating, microwavable tics, barrier coats in building applics., baked industrial coatings, high
food pkg., medical and personal health care applics. PVC ceiling tile coatings
features: Formaldehyde-free; produces clear dry films resist. to UV, oxy- features: Exc. water, alcohol, and grease resist.; highest stiffness, tens.
gen, and ozone degradation; exc. adhesion, water and heat resist., speed str., and flame retardancy in series; crosslinkable with UF and MF
of set; rec. for applics. where presence of water has to be minimized; Properties: Emulsion; 0.11 nm particle size; dens. 9.37 Iblgal; visc. 25-
mechanically stable 150 cps; pH 8.0; anionic; 50% solids
Properties: Visc. 200-800 cps; pH 6.5-7.5; 63% min. solids Airflex@ 7200 [Air Prods.lPolymers]
Airflex@465 [Air Prods.lPolymers] Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene emulsion CAS 24937-78-8
CAS 24937-78-8 Uses: Adhesive base suitable on kraft and coated paper, cotton, polyes-
Uses: Adhesive base for high-speed pkg., bookbinding, and film overlay ter, mylar, cellulose acetate, and PVC film substrates
laminating, suitable for wood, paper, mylar, cellulose acetate, and PVC Features: Ideal for sob.-based adhesive replacement; ultra high-solids;
film substrates PVAL protection; superior wet tack and very rapid speed of set
Features: Exc. water resist.; PVAL protection Properties: Visc. 1500-3000 cps; pH 4-5.5; 72% min. solids
Properties: Visc. 800-1300 cps; pH 4.5-5.5; 66% solids Ajicure@MY-24 [Ajinomoto]
Airflex@500 [Air Prods.lPolymers] Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene copolymer emulsion Uses: Latent curing agent and accelerator for epoxy resin systems, ad-
CAS 24937-78-8 vanced composites, and structure adhesives
Uses: Vehicle base for paints (interior flat, exterior house, high-build flex- Features: Provides high storage stability, longer pot life; curable at lower
ible coatings), caulks, and mastics in the building industry temps.
Features: High critical PVC; exc. flexibility and long-term weathering; good Properties: Pale yel. powd.; 8 vm avg. particle size; sol. >0.01 gll00 g in
low-temp. coalescence water; sp.gr. 1.27; soften. pt. 100-130 C; pH 8.8 (10% suspension)
Properties: Emulsion; 0.17 nm avg. particle size; dens. 9.1 Iblgal; visc. Toxicology: LD50 (oral, mice) > 20 gkg; sl. skin irritant; nonsensitizing to
150-700 cps; pH 5-6; 55% solids skin
Airflex@525-BP [Air Prods.lPolymers] Precaution: Wear chemical safety spectacles with side shields, gloves;
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-ethylene copolymer emulsion incompat. with strong oxidizers
CAS 24937-78-8 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides
Uses: For use in drywalljoint cements, caulks, texture coats and mastics, Storage: 6 mos. when stored in cool, dry place; avoid exposure to mois-
as portland cement admix in the building industry ture
Properties: Dens. 8.9 Iblgal; visc. 200-900 cps; pH 4.8-5.5; 55% solids Ajicure@PN-23 [Ajinomoto]
Airflex@728 [Air Prods.lPolymers] Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary
Chem. Descrip.: Vinyl acetate-vinyl chloride-ethylene terpolymer emul- Uses: Latent curing agent and accelerator for epoxy resin systems, ad-
sion vanced composites, and structure adhesives
Uses: Base for paintslcoatings (interior flat, exterior house, exterior ma- Features: Provides high storage stability, longer pot life; curable at lower
sonry, high build flexible coatings) temps.
Features: Exc. scrub resist. at high PVC’s; durability and alkali resist. for Regulatory: Japan MITI; Korea; Canada CEPA; Europe EINECS
exterior paints; flexibility for mastics; good color acceptance Properties: Pale yel. powd.; 8 pm avg. particle size; sol. > 20gl100 g in
Properties: Emulsion; 0.17 nm avg. particle size; dens. 9.1 Iblgal; visc. NMP, DMSO, < 0.01gl100 g in water; sp.gr. 1.28; soften. pt. 100-130 C;
100-500 cps; 52% solids m.p. 90-120 C; pH 9.2 (10% susp.)
Airflex@742-BP [Air Prods.lPolymers] Toxicology: LD50 (oral, mice) 1.23 glkg; sl. skin irritant; nonsensitizing to
Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-vinyl chloride emulsion skin; TSCA listed
Uses: Imparts flexibility and water resist. to caulks, mastics, barrier coats Precaution: Wear chemical safety spectacles with side shields, gloves;
in the building industry incompat. with strong oxidizers
Properties: Dens. 9.1 Iblgal; visc. 150-500 cps; pH 5-6.5; 52% solids Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO?,nitrogen oxides
Airflex@4500 [Air Prods.lPolymers]
Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-vinyl chloride copolymer latex Akrochema 9930 Zinc Oxide Transparent [Akrochem]
Uses: Coating binder for size press and saturant for paper and wallpaper Chem. Descrip.: Precipitated basic zinc carbonate
CAS 3486-35-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 222-477-6
applics.; useful in heat seal adhesive applics. or where a moisture bar-
rier is required; binder for nonwovens and textiles; nonwoven binder for Uses: Accelerator-activatorfor transparentltranslucent NR and SR goods,
fiberfill and high loft stock requiring flame retardancy; imparts flexibility adhesives; acid acceptor in CR adhesive where transparency is required
and water resist. to caulks, mastics, barrier coats in building applics., Features: Very good disp. chars.
high build flexible coatings, low MVTR coatings Properties: Wh. very fine powd.; 99% through 200 mesh; sp.gr. 3.5; m.p.
168 C min.; 70-72% zinc oxide
features: Crosslinkable; flexible; exc. water, alcohol, and grease resist.;
inherently flame retardant Akrochema P 28 [Akrochem]
Properties: Emulsion; 0.12 nm particle size; dens. 9.17 Iblgal; visc. 25- Chem. Descrip.: heat reactive phenolic resin
150 cps; pH 8.0; anionic; 50% solids Uses: Used in Neoprene solvent cements
Airflex@4514 [Air Prods.lPolymers] Properties: Amber flake; sol. in aromatic and aliphatic solvents including
Chem. Descrip.: Ethylene-vinyl chloride copolymer latex toluene, xylene, ketones, ethyl acetate and mineral spirits; sp.gr. 1.09;
Uses: Coating binder and saturant for paper and paperboard applics.; m.p. 68 C
binder for flame retardant fabrics, heat sealable nonwovens; useful in Toxicology: May cause irritation

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AkrochemB P 79

Precaution: Avoid prolonged contact with skin; avoid prolonged breathing Properties; Lumps; color X or lighter; sol. in aromatic solvs. incl. toluene,
of vapor or dust benzene, and xylene, ketones, and chlorinated hydrocarbons; partially
AkrochemB P 79 [Akrochem] sol. in aliphatic hydrocarbons; sp.gr. 1.10; Cap. tube m.p. 185 F
Chem. Descrip.: One-step phenolic resin Akrochema P 170 [Akrochem]
CAS 9003-35-4 Chem. Descrip.: Resorcinol-formaldehyde novolac resin
Uses: Plasticizer, softener for nitrile rubber, adhesives Uses: Used for bonding rubber, fabric or steel cord
features: Produces adhesives with good heat and oil resist. and high Properties: Flake; sp.gr. 1.35-1.39; m.p. 100-110 C; pH 4.0-5.0; moisture
bond str. content 0.5%
Properties: Powd.; < 0.1% on 100 mesh, < 2% on 200 mesh; sp.gr. 1.25; AkrochemB P 478 [Akrochem]
soften. pt. 77-85 C Chem. Descrip.: Thermosetting one-step phenolic resin
AkrochemB P 87 [Akrochem] CAS 9003-35-4
Chem. Descrip.: Cashew nut oil-modified phenol-formaldehyde thermo- Uses: Plasticizer for rubber compding., adhesives
setting two-step resin Properties; Powd.; sol. in alcohol, ketones, and esters; sp.gr. 1.25; Cap.
CAS 9003-35-4 tube m.p. 160 F
Uses: Reinforcingagent after cure for CR, NR, SBR, NBR tackifier; modi- Akrochema Accelerator BZ-XP [Akrochem]
fier for nitrile rubber compds. and solv. cements; plasticizer during pro- Chem. Descrip.: Zinc dibutyl dithiocarbamate
cessing CAS 136-23-2
features: Contains the necessary hexa to make it thermosetting Uses: Accelerator for EPDM, NR and SR latexes; stabilizer and antioxi-
Properties; Brn. finely pulverized powd.; 2% max. retained on 200 mesh; dant in uncured rubber; stabilizer in NR; antioxidant in thermoplastic
sol. in ketones and blends of alcohols and aromatics; sp.gr. 1.I 7; Cap. rubbers and hot melts
tube m.p. 65 C features: Nondiscoloring, nonstaining; nondusting
AkrochemB P 90 [Akrochem] Properties: Soft pellet; disperses easily
Chem. Descrip.: Thermoplastic alkyl phenol formaldehyde novalak resin Akrochema Antioxidant 12 [Akrochem]
Uses: Tackifier for BR, IIR, SBR, SBR-BR blends, plied-up constructions Chem. Descrip.: Butylated reaction prod. of p-cresol and dicyclopentadi-
Properties: Amber flakes; phenolic odor; 95% through 318 in. screen; sp.gr. ene
1.OO;R&B m.p. 90 C; acid no. 33 CAS 68610-51-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 271-867-2
AkrochemB P 101 [Akrochem] Uses: Antioxidant, stabilizer, and antiozonant in polymers incl. nat. and
Chem. Descrip.: Heat-reactive phenolic resin syn. polyisoprene, neoprene, nitrile, SBR rubber, and latex; food pkg.
CAS 9003-35-4 adhesives, rubber articles
Uses: Used in the resin curing of butyl rubbers, adhesive systems, and Features: Nonstaining, nondiscoloring; low volatility; low extractability
sealants; compded. with chloroprene, nitrile, and nat. rubbers for ce- Regulatoy: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,177.2600
ment applics. Properties: Amber pellets, flakes or wh. powd.; sp.gr. 1.10; m.p. 115 C
Properties: Lump; USDA X color; sol. in aromatic and aliphatic solvs. incl. AkrochemB Antioxidant 33 [Akrochem]
ketones, toluol, benzol, xylene, and naphthas; sp.gr. 1.05; Cap. tube Chem. Descrip.: Hindered phenolic
m.p. 63 C Uses: Antioxidant for wh. or It. colored elastomers, latex, plastics, NR,
AkrochemB P 105 [Akrochem] BR, BIS copolymers, IR, CR, butyl, nitrile, food-contact adhesives and
Chem. Descrip.: Nonphasing, heat-reactive phenolic resin pressure-sensitive adhesives
CAS 9003-35-4 features: Low volatility, high efficiency, nonstaining, nondiscoloring
Uses: Adhesive base for use in CR soh.-type contact cements Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105,175.125
features: Reacts with an act. magnesium oxide in solv. solution forming Properties: Wh. fine powd., pract. odorless; sol. in aliphatics, aromatics,
a salt which greatly increases the heat resistance of the adhesive esters, and ketones; sp.gr. 1.04; soften. pt. 100 C min
Properties: Pale ylsh. lump; sol. in aromatic hydrocarbons and ketone Use Level: 0.25-15%(rubber), 0.25-0.50% (plastics)
solvs., incl. acetone, benzene, MEK, MIBK, toluene, and xylene; par- Storage: Exc. storage stability
tially sol. in aliphatic solvs.; completely sol. when 5% of aromatic sob. is Akrochema Antioxidant 250-SVA [Akrochem]
included; sp.gr. 1.10; m.p. 70-90 C Chem. Descrip.: 2,5’-Di-t-amyl) hydroquinone
AkrochemB P 108 [Akrochem] CAS 79-74-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 201-222-2
Chem. Descrip.: Heat-reactive alkyl phenolic resin Uses: Antioxidant, tack extender in uncured rubber, adhesive films for
CAS 9003-35-4 tape applics., hot-melt adhesives, adhesive coatings and paint resins;
Uses: Used in neoprene sob. cements; reacts with an act. magnesium reduces cold flow in rubber compds.; antioxidant in food-contact adhe-
oxide in soh. solution forming a salt which greatly increases the heat sives and rubber
resistance of the adhesive Features: Nondiscoloring; nonstaining; very aggressive against effects of
Properties: Pale yel. lump; sol. in aromatic and aliphatic solvs. incl. tolu- sunlight and oxygen
ene, xylene, ketones; sp.gr. 1.I; m.p. 76-88 C Regulatoy: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,177.2600
AkrochemB P 109 [Akrochem] Properties: Wh. fine powd.; pract. odorless; sol. in acetone, ethanol, di-
Chem. Descrip.: phenolic resin based on a parasubstituted alkyl phenol ethyl ether; insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.05; m.p. 178 C min.
Uses: Used in the formulation of Neoprene-based cements Use Level: 0.5-4.0 phr (adhesives, tapes, coatings, friction stocks)
Features: Extremely It. color; improved open time; oil-soluble; heat reac- Storage: Exc. storage stability under dry, cool conditions in unopened
tive; extends tack life; increases the specific adhesion of the film to metal PkF
and glass; increases the cohesive strength of the adhesive film itself AkrochemB Antioxidant 358-SWC [Akrochem]
AkrochemB P 125 [Akrochem] Chem. Descrip.: 4,4’-Thiobis (6-t-butyl-m-cresol
Chem. Descrip.: Heat-reactive bromomethyl alkylated phenolic resin CAS 96-69-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 202-525-2
CAS 9003-35-4 Uses: Antioxidant providing exc. heat resist. and low discoloration in wh.
Uses: Stabilizer used in nat. rubber and butyl cement and light-colored elastomeric compds., incl. latex, adhesives, food-con-
Features: Good processing props. tact rubber articles; stabilizer in thermoplastics, e.g., ABS, polyolefins
Properties: Red lumps; faint halogen odor; sp.gr. 1.05; Cap. tube m.p. features: Nondiscoloring; nonstaining; sterically hindered; very low vola-
135 F tility; helps reduce degradation due to heavy metals
AkrochemB P 126 [Akrochem] Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5177.2600
Chem. Descrip.: Heat-reactive alkyl phenolic resin Properties: Wh. fine powd.; pract. odorless; sol. in methanol, ethanol,
CAS 9003-35-4 toluene; insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.I 0; m.p. 161 C
Uses: Stabilizer; impart low initial visc. and exc. visc. stability in CR-based Use Level: 0.5-2.0 phr
contact adhesives Sforage: Exc. storage stability under dry, cool conditions in unopened
Features: Exc. bond str. and heat resist. props. pkgs.

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Akrotak 100

Akrochema Antioxidant 383-SWP [Akrochem] Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: None known
Chem. Descrip.: 4,4’-Butylidenebis (6-t-butyl-m-cresol) HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
CAS 85-60-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 201-618-5 Storage: Store in cool, dry area
Uses: Antioxidant providing good heat resist. and very low discoloration Akrochema Rubbersil RS-200 [Akrochem]
in wh. and light-coloredelastomeric compds., incl. latex, adhesives, food- Chem. Descrip.: Amorphous precipitated silica
contact rubber articles; stabilizer in thermoplastics,e.g., ABS, polyolefins Chem.Analysis: SiOz (98%)
features: Nondiscoloring; nonstaining; sterically hindered; low volatility CAS 112926-00-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §177.2600 Uses: Highly reinforcing filler for use in SR and NR for mech. rubber
Properties: Wh. tine powd.; pract. odorless; sol. in methanol, ethanol, goods, tires, adhesives, footwear, soling; thixotrope for adhesives
toluene; insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.03; m.p. 209 C features: Inc. hardness, tens. str., abrasionltear resist.; provides grn. str.
Use Level: 0.5-2.0 phr for extrusions
Storage: Exc. storage stability under dry, cool conditions in unopened Regulatory: SARA 9313 nonreportable
pkgs. Properties: Wh. fine powd.; odorless; 0.5% max. on 325 mesh; insol. in
Akrochema Antioxidant 1010 [Akrochem] water; sp.gr. 2.0; bulk dens. 250 gll; vapor pressure none; surf. area 180
Chem. Descrip.: Tetrakis [methylene(3,5-di-t-butyl-4-hydroxyhydrocinna- m’lg; oil absorp. 220 mlll00 g linseed oil; pH 6.2-7.3 (5 gll00 ml water)
mate)] methane Use Level: 5-20 phr (lightly loaded compds.), 100-150 phr (highly loaded,
CAS 6683-19-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 229-722-6 oil extended compds.)
Uses: Antioxidant, heat stabilizer, color retention aid for plastics (polyeth- Toxicology: Excessive contact can cause drying of mucous membranes
ylene, PS, acetal, PVC, methacrylic, PC, polyester, polymethylpentene), of nose, eyes, and throat; may cause nasal irritation and nose bleeds,
rubber (SBR, EPR, EPDM, BR, neoprene, nitrile, IR), latex, varnishes, mild eye irritation
adhesives, TPR, hot melts Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: None known
Features: Low volatility, nonstaining HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
Properties: Wh. powd.; sol. 71% in chloroform, 56% in benzene, 47% in Storage: Store in cool, dry area
acetone, 46% in ethyl acetate, 0.01% in water; m.w. 1177.7; m.p. 110- Akrochema Zinc Oxide 35 [Akrochem]
125 C Chem. Descrip.: Precipitated zinc oxide
Use Level: 0.02-0.5% Chem.Analysis: ZnO (93-96%)
Akrochema Antioxidant 1076 [Akrochem] CAS 1314-13-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 215-222-5
Chem. Descrip.: Stearyl3-(3,5-di-t-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyI) propionate Uses: Accelerator activator for rubber articles based on natural and syn.
CAS 2082-79-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 218-216-0 elastomers, and latex applics., e.g., transparent and translucent rubber
Uses: Antioxidant, heat stabilizer, color retention aid for plastics (polyeth- goods, dynamically stressed articles, adhesive applics.; crosslinking
ylene, PS, acetal, PVC, methacrylic, PC, polyester, polymethylpentene), agent for metal oxide-curableelastomers, e.g., CR, carboxylatedlatexes;
rubber (SBR, EPR, EPDM, BR, neoprene, nitrile, IR), latex, varnishes, reinforcing tiller
adhesives, TPR, hot melts Features: Nonblooming
Features: Low volatility, nonstaining Properties: Wh. to ylsh. grn. powd.; sp.gr. = 5.4 glcm3;surf. area 35 m’lg
Properties: Wh. powd.; sol. 57% in chloroform and benzene, 42% in ethyl Akrofax’” B [Akrochem]
acetate, 31% in hexane, 26% in acetone, 0.01% in water; m.w. 530.9; Chem. Descrip.: Sulfur-vulcanized vegetable oil, select grade
m.p. 49-54 C Uses: Processing aid for rubber compounding and syn. polymers, tubing
Use Level: 0.02-0.5% and calendered sheets, extruded goods, pressure sensitive adhesives;
Akrochema Rubbersil RS-120 [Akrochem] used in very tacky compds. to reduce sticking to mill andlor calender
Chem. Descrip.: Amorphous precipitated silica rolls without interfering with intended use
CAS 112926-00-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4 Properties: Milled crumb; 0.3-0.7% free sulfur
Uses: Highly reinforcing tiller for use in SR and NR for mech. rubber Akrospersea W-10003 [Akrochem]
goods, tires, adhesives, footwear, soling; thixotrope for adhesives Chem. Descrip.: thermoplastic, terpene-phenolic resin emulsion provided
features: Inc. hardness, tens. str., abrasionltear resist.; provides grn. str. in an aq. system
for extrusions Uses: Tackifying resin
Regulatory: SARA §313 nonreportable Features: Formulated to be compatible with high pH polychloroprene lati-
Properties: Wh. solid; odorless; insol. in water; sp.gr. 2.00; vapor pres- ces
sure none; pH 7.6-7.3 Properties: Visc. 1500 cps; pH 9-10; particle size 1-3 microns; total solids
Use Level: 5-20 phr (lightly loaded), 100-150 phr (highly loaded) 45%
Toxicology: Excessive contact can cause drying of mucous membranes Akrospersea W-10104 [Akrochem]
of nose, eyes, and throat; may cause nasal irritation and nose bleeds, Chem. Descrip.: ap. disp. of a solid, terpene-phenolic resin
mild eye irritation; TSCA listed Uses: Used to tackify solvent borne adhesives
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: None known Features: Formulated to be compatible with high pH polychloroprene lati-
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 ces
Storage: Store in cool, dry area Properties: Visc. 4000 cps; pH 6.5; particle size 1-10 microns; total solids
Akrochema Rubbersil RS-150 [Akrochem] 52%
Chem. Descrip.: Amorphous precipitated silica Precaution: Avoid freezing
Chem. Analysis: SiOz (98%) Storage: 6 mos. at 78 F
CAS 112926-00-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-545-4 Akrospersea W-10126 [Akrochem]
Uses: Highly reinforcing filler for use in SR and NR for mech. rubber Chem. Descrip.: heat reactive alkylphenolic resin dispersed in a non-
goods, tires, adhesives, footwear, soling; thixotrope for adhesives ionic aq. system
Features: Inc. hardness, tens. str., abrasionltear resist.; provides grn. str. Uses: Used to tackify solvent borne adhesives
for extrusions Features: Formulated for use with carboxylated polychloroprene latices
Regulatory: SARA 5313 nonreportable Properties: Visc. 3000 cps; pH 3.5; particle size 1-10 microns; total solids
Properties: Wh. fine powd.; odorless; 0.5% max. on 325 mesh; insol. in 55%
water; sp.gr. 2.0; bulk dens. 250 g/l; vapor pressure none; surf. area 150 Akrospersea Water Paste Colors [Akrochem]
m’lg; oil absorp. 220 mlll00 g linseed oil; pH 6.2-7.3 (5 gll00 ml water) Chem. Descrip.: Aq. pigment dispersions
Use Level: 5-20 phr (lightly loaded compds.), 100-150 phr (highly loaded, Uses: Colorants for latex prods. and adhesives
oil extended compds.) Akrotak 100 [Akrochem]
Toxicology: Excessive contact can cause drying of mucous membranes Uses: Tackitier for syn. and natural rubber, adhesives and hot melts; wet-
of nose, eyes, and throat; may cause nasal irritation and nose bleeds, ting agent for fillerlrubber
mild eye irritation features: Speeds up incorporation of min. tillers

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Akrowax 195

Properties: Pale yel. to amber flake; sp.gr. 1.04; dens. 8.2 lblgal(150 C); Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
acid no. 5-13; soften. pt. (B&R) 100 C Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C and intense heat;
Akrowax 195 [Akrochem] protective gloves and goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with
Uses: Secondary antioxidant in sealants water reactive products
Features: High m.w. Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §172.886,178.3710 Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
Properties: Off-wh. pastilles; sp.gr. 0.91; drop pt. 105 C; congeal pt. 88 C ALBERDINGKB AC 7435 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
Akrowax Micro 23 [Akrochem] Chem. Descrip.: aq. disp. of an acrylic acid ester copolymer
Chem. Descrip.: Microcryst. wax Uses: For the textile and laminating industry; for composite materials with
CAS 63231-60-7;ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1 high requirements
Uses: Antiozonant for rubber; with Akrowax 130to inhibit cracking in NR, Features: Plasticizer free; self-crosslinking disp.; films are transparent
SBR, NBR, and CR; direct and indirect food additive; food-contact ad- and blockfree
hesives Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion misc. in
Regulatory: FDA compliant fat; dens. 1.06; visc. 50-300 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C;
Properties: ASTM 2 wax; sp.gr. 0.92;visc. 86 SUS (0210 F); m.p. 176 F; b.p. 100 C; pH 5.5-7.5
flash pt. (COC) 540 F Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at
Albacara 5970 [Specialty Mins.] longer contact
Chem. Descrip.: Precipitated calcium carbonate Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
Chem.Analysis: CaCO, (98%), MgCO, (I%), moisture (0.2%) Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C; protective gloves and
CAS 471-34-1;ElNECSlELlNCS 207-439-9 goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod-
Uses: Pigment, reinforcing filler for NR, SR, resins, plastics, plastisols, ucts
paints, adhesives, sealants, caulks, paper, footwear, hose, belting, ex- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides
truded and molded goods, sundries Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
Features: Functional; nonabrasive; unique rosette particle shape makes ALBERDINGKB AC 7439 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
it useful in applics. where high oil absorp. and high visc. are desired; Chem. Descrip.: aq. disp. of an acrylic acid ester copolymer
improves tens., tear, abrasion resist. Uses: For the textile and laminating industry; for composite materials with
Properties: Powd.; 1.9 p median particle size; 0.03% on 325 mesh; sp.gr. high requirements
2.7; dens. 31 Iblft3 (tapped); bulk dens. 14 Iblft,; oil absorp. 50 gll00 g; Features: Plasticizer free; self-crosslinking disp.; films have high water
brightness 98 resistance
Toxicology: Nontoxic Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion misc. in
AlbacarB HO [Specialty Mins.] fat; dens. 1.06; visc. 50-300 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C;
Chem. Descrip.: Precipitated calcium carbonate b.p. 100 C; pH 1.0-3.5
CAS 471-34-1;ElNECSlELlNCS 207-439-9 Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at
Uses: Filler for soh- and aq. paintslcoatings longer contact
Properties: Powd.; 4 p top size; 1.3 p median particle size; oil absorp. 75 Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
AlbaglosB PCC [Specialty Mins.] Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C and intense heat;
Chem. Descrip.: Precipitated calcium carbonate protective gloves and goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with
Chem.Analysis: CaCO, (98%), MgCO, (I%), moisture (0.2%) water reactive products
CAS 471-34-1;ElNECSlELlNCS 207-439-9 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides
Uses: Pigment, filler, extender, reinforcer, and bodying agent in plastics Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
(thermoset polyester, PVC), vinyl plastisols, rubber (NR, SBR, CR, IIR), ALBERDINGKB AC 7464 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
adhesives, sealants, caulks, paints, coatings, printing inks, extrusions, Chem. Descrip.: aq., low-visc. disp. of an acrylic acid ester copolymer
moldings, belts, footwear; chem. reagent, carrier, calcium source, without protective colloide
opacifier, brightener for paper coatings Uses: For self-sticky articles
Features: Nonabrasive; controlled particle size; easily dispersed Features: Plasticizer free; films are permanently tacky with high adhesive
Properties: Powd.; 0.8 p median particle size; 0.015% on 325 mesh; power
sp.gr. 2.7; dens. 33 Iblft3(tapped); bulk dens. 17 Iblft3;oil absorp. 30 gl Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. sour odor; practically in every proportion misc. in
100 g; brightness 98 fat; dens. 1.02;visc. 200-600 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C;
ALBERDINGKB AC 7405 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] b.p. 100 C; pH 8.0-9.5
Chem. Descrip.: aq. low-disp. of an acrylic acid ester copolymer Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at
Uses: For the production of self-sticky articles and floor adhesives longer contact
Features: Plasticizer free; solvent free Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion misc. in Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C; protective gloves and
fat; dens. 1.02; visc. 50-200 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C; goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod-
b.p. 100 C; pH 4.0-6.0 ucts
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides
longer contact Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg ALBERDINGKB AC 7483 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C and intense heat; Chem. Descrip.: aq., low-visc. disp. of an acrylic acid ester copolymer
protective gloves and goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with without protective colloide
water reactive products Uses: For self-sticky articles
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides Features: Films are permanently tacky with high adhesive power
Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion misc. in
ALBERDINGKB AC 7408 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] fat; dens. 1.02;visc. 150-400mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C;
Chem. Descrip.: aq. low visc. disp. of an acrylic acid ester copolymer b.p. 100 C; pH 8.0-9.5
Uses: For the production of self-sticky articles Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at
Features: Plasticizer free; solvent free longer contact
Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. odor; practically in every proportion misc. in fat; Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
dens. 1.02; visc. 50-350 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C; b.p. Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C; protective gloves and
100 C; pH 4.0-5.0 goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod-
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at ucts
longer contact Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, C02, nitrogen oxides

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ALBERDINGKB AC 7544 Polymer Dispersion

Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C fat; dens. 1.02; visc. 500-3000 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0
ALBERDINGKB AC 7484 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] C; b.p. 100 C; pH 3.0-5.0
Chem. Descrip.: aq., low-visc. disp. of an acrylic acid ester copolymer Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at
without protective colloide longer contact
Uses: For self-sticky articles Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mgkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mgkg
Features: Plasticizer free; films are permanentlytacky with high adhesive Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C and intense heat;
power and good adhesion protective gloves and goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with
Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion misc. in water reactive products
fat; dens. 1.02; visc. 150-350 mPa-s;vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C; Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz, nitrogen oxides
b.p. 100 C; pH 8.0-9.5 Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at ALBERDINGKB AC 7506 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
longer contact Chem. Descrip.: aq., medium visc. fine copolymer disp. from acrylic acid
Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg ester
Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C; protective gloves and Uses: For adhesives for labels, sheets and tapes
goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod- Features: Plasticizer free; films are permanently extremely tacky with
ucts high adhesive strength and excellent adhesion
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. odor; practically in every proportion m i x . in fat;
Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C dens. 1.02; visc. 3000-5000 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C;
ALBERDINGKB AC 7496 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] b.p. 100 C; pH 3.0-5.0
Chem. Descrip.: aq., low-visc. disp. of an acrylic acid ester copolymer Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at
without protective colloid longer contact
Uses: For self-sticky articles and removable carrier based on PE or OPP Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mgkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mgkg
Features: Films are permanently tacky with high adhesive power Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C and intense heat;
Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion m i x . in protective gloves and goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with
fat; dens. 1.02; visc. 200-800 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C; water reactive products
b.p. 100 C; pH 8.0-9.5 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz, nitrogen oxides
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at Storage; 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
longer contact ALBERDINGKB AC 7514 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg Chem. Descrip.: aq., medium visc. fine copolymer disp. from acrylic acid
Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C; protective gloves and ester
goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod- Uses: For fast drying adhesives for labels, sheets and tapes
ucts Features: Plasticizer free; films are permanently extremely tacky with
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides high heat resistance and good adhesion to ALU with wet strength
Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion m i x . in
ALBERDINGKB AC 7498 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] fat; dens. 1.02; visc. 1500-3000 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0
Chem. Descrip.: aq. disp. of an acrylic acid ester copolymer C; b.p. 100 C; pH 6.0-7.5
Uses: For removable self adhesives for paper labels Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at
Features: Films are permanently tacky with high heat resistance longer contact
Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion misc. in Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
fat; dens. 1.02; visc. 200-700 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C; Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C and intense heat;
b.p. 100 C; pH 8.0-9.5 protective gloves and goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at water reactive products
longer contact Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides
Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg Storage; 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C; protective gloves and ALBERDINGKB AC 7523 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod- Chem. Descrip.: aq., medium visc. fine copolymer disp. from acrylic acid
ucts ester
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides Uses: For adhesives for labels, sheets and tapes
Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C Features: Plasticizer free; films are permanently extremely tacky with
ALBERDINGKB AC 74985 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] excellent adhesion
Chem. Descrip.: aq. disp. of an acrylic acid ester copolymer Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion misc. in
Uses: For removable self adhesives for paper labels fat; dens. 1.02; visc. 1500-4000 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0
Features: Films are permanently tacky with high heat resistance C; b.p. 100 C; pH 6.0-8.0
Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. sour; practically in every proportion misc. in fat; Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at
dens. 1.02; visc. 6000-10,000 mPa6; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 longer contact
C; b.p. 100 C; pH 8.0-9.5 Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C and intense heat;
longer contact protective gloves and goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with
Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg water reactive products
Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C; protective gloves and Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz, nitrogen oxides
goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod- Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
ucts ALBERDINGKB AC 7544 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides Chem. Descrip.: aq. copolymer disp. from acrylic esters and styrene
Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C Uses: Suitable for floor adhesives
ALBERDINGKB AC 7503 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] Features: Films are tacky, flexible; very good water and alkali resistance
Chem. Descrip.: aq., medium visc. fine copolymer disp. from acrylic acid Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. odor; practically in every proportion m i x . in fat;
ester dens. 1.04; visc. 250-2000 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 C;
Uses: For adhesives for labels, sheets and tapes with a very fast drying b.p. 100 C; pH 5.5-7.0
time Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at
Features: Plasticizer free; films are permanently extremely tacky with longer contact
high adhesive strength and excellent adhesion Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mgkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mgkg
Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion misc. in Precaution: Protect disp. against temps. below 5 C; protective gloves and

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ALBERDINGKB AC 7548 Polymer Dispersion

goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod- Toxicology: U 7640: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; 4-ethylmorpholine: LD50
ucts (oral, rat) 1780 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 1000 - 3000 mglkg, (inh., rat, 4 h)
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides 2000 ppm; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at longer contact
ALBERDINGKB AC 7548 Polymer Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
Chem. Descrip.: aq., medium visc. fine copolymer disp. from acrylic and Precaution: Protect against frost and intense heat; protective gloves and
methacrylic acid ester goggles for extended contact
Uses: Hot melt disp. used for textile and foam lamination Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides, aliphatic frag-
Features: Plasticizer free; films are clear and particularly photostable; ments, possibly HCN
tackfree; tenacious elasticity; excellent water and alkali resistance Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion misc. in ALBERDINGKB U 7641 Polyurethane Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
fat; dens. 1.07; visc. 3000-6000 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 Chem. Descrip.: aq. disp. of an aliphatic polyester-polyurethane without
C; b.p. 100 C; pH 7.5-8.5 free isocyanate groups with trace hazardous ingreds. N-methyl-2-
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at pyrrolidone and ethyl morpholine
longer contact Uses: For highly flexible permanent tacky adhesives
Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg Properties: Wh. to sl. yel. liq.; sl. amine odor; practically in every propor-
Precaution: Avoid metal containers not protected against corrosion; avoid tion misc. in fat; dens. 1.05; visc. 20-100 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar;
exposure to sun beams, heating systems and frost; protective gloves m.p. 0 C; b.p. 100 C; pH 7.0-8.0
and goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod- Toxicology: U7641: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone:LD50
ucts (oral, rat) 3914 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 8000 mglkg, (inh., rat, 15 min.) > 5.1
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides mg; 4-ethylmorpholine: LD50 (oral, rat) 1780 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 1000
Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C - 3000 mglkg, (inh., rat, 4 h) 2000 ppm; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at
ALBERDINGKB U 7638 Polyurethane Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] longer contact
Chem. Descrb.: aq., low visc. disp. of an aliphatic polyester-polyurethane Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
without free isocyanate groups with trace hazardous ingreds. N-methyl- Precaution: Protect against frost and intense heat; protective gloves and
2-pyrrolidone and ethyl morpholine goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod-
Uses: Suitable for producing laminated films ucts
Features: Films are elastic and slightly tacky Hazardous Ingredients: N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone, ethyl morpholine
Propefries: SI. yel. liq.; sl. aromatic; practically in every proportion misc. in Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz, nitrogen oxides, aliphatic frag-
fat; dens. 1.06; visc. 500-1500 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 ments, possibly HCN
C; b.p. 100 C; pH 7.0-8.5 Storage; 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
Toxicology: U7638: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone:LD50 ALBERDINGKB U 7654 Polyurethane Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
(oral, rat) 3914 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 8000 mglkg, (inh., rat, 15 rnin.) > 5.1 Chem. Descrip.: med. visc. aq. polymer disp. of an aliphatic polyester-
mg; 4-ethylmorpholine: LD50 (oral, rat) 1780 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 1000 polyurethane without free isocyanate gourps with trace hazardous
- 3000 mglkg, (inh., rat, 4 h) 2000 ppm; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at ingreds. N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone and triethylamine
longer contact Uses: Blockfree system with high cohesion
Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg Features: Plasticizerfree; blockfree system with high cohesion; med. visc.
Precaution: Protect against frost and intense heat; protective gloves and Properties: Wh. liq.; sl. amine odor; practically in every proportion misc. in
goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod- fat; dens. 1.07; visc. 500-2500 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0
ucts C; b.p. 100 C; pH 7.5-8.5
Hazardous Ingredients: N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone, ethyl morpholine Toxicology: U 7654: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone:LD50
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides, aliphatic frag- (oral, rat) 3914 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 8000 mglkg, (inh., rat, 15 min.) > 5.1
ments, possibly HCN mg; triethylamine: LD50 (oral, rat) 460 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 570 mglkg,
Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C (inh., rat, 4 h) 1000 ppm
ALBERDINGKB U 7639 Polyurethane Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
Chem. Descrk.: aq., low visc. disp. of an aliphatic polyester-polyurethane Precaution: Protect against frost and intense heat; protective gloves and
without free isocyanate groups with trace hazardous ingreds. N-methyl- goggles for extended contact; avoid contact with water reactive prod-
2-pyrrolidone and ethyl morpholine ucts
Uses: Suitable for producing laminated films Hazardous Ingredients: N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone,triethylamine
Features: Films are tacky Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz, nitrogen oxides, aliphatic frag-
Propefries: SI. yel. liq.; sl. amine odor; practically in every proportion misc. ments, possibly HCN
in fat; dens. 1.03; visc. 500-1500 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. Storage; 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
0 C; b.p. 100 C; pH 7.0-8.0 ALBERDINGKB U 7661 Polyurethane Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
Toxicology: U7639: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone:LD50 Chem. Descrip.: low visc., aq., colloidal disp. of an aliphatic polyester-
(oral, rat) 3914 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 8000 mglkg, (inh., rat, 15 rnin.) > 5.1 polyurethane without free isocyanate gourps with trace hazardous
mg; 4-ethylmorpholine: LD50 (oral, rat) 1780 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 1000 ingreds. N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone and triethylamine
- 3000 mglkg, (inh., rat, 4 h) 2000 ppm; possibly irritating to skin, eyes at Uses: Very good adhesion on ABS, PC, PVC, PU, PA, PS
longer contact Properties: SI. yel. liq.; sl. amine odor; practically in every proportion misc.
Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg in fat; dens. 1.05; visc. 10-100 mPa.s; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0
Precaution: Protect against frost and intense heat; protective gloves and C; b.p. 100 C; pH 7.5-8.5
goggles for extended contact Toxicology: U 7661: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000; N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone:LD50
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, nitrogen oxides, aliphatic frag- (oral, rat) 3914 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 8000 mglkg, (inh., rat, 15 min.) > 5.1
ments, possibly HCN mg; triethylamine: LD50 (oral, rat) 460 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) 570 mglkg,
Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C (inh., rat, 4 h) 1000 ppm
ALBERDINGKB U 7640 Polyurethane Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh] Environmental: LC50 (fish) > 500 mglkg; ECO (bacteria) > 10,000 mglkg
Chem. Descrip.: aq., colloidal, low visc. disp. of an aliphatic polyester- Precaution: Protect against frost and intense heat; protective gloves and
polyurethane without free isocyanategroups with trace hazardousingred. goggles for extended contact
ethyl morpholine Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz, nitrogen oxides, aliphatic frag-
Uses: Used for 1- and 2- component reactivable adhesives with a high ments, possibly HCN
water resistance; mainly laminating of textile, wood and foils Storage; 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C
Propefries: SI. yel. liq.; sl. amine odor; practically in every proportion misc. ALBERDINGKB U 7665 Polyurethane Dispersion [Alberdingk Gmbh]
in fat; dens. 1.05; visc. 20-200 mPa6; vapor pressure 23 mbar; m.p. 0 Chem. Descrip.: low visc., aq. disp. of an aromatic polyester-polyure-
C; b.p. 100 C; pH 7.0-8.0 thane without free isocyanate gourps

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Alcan FRF 60

Uses: Used in reactivable adhesives lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye
Properties: Anionic disp.; dens. 1.08; visc. 20-100 mPa.s; pH 6.5-7.5 irritation
Precaution: Protect against temps. below 5 C Environmental: Nonhazardous
Storage: 6 mos. in a tightly closed container below 25 C NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
AIbriteB TPP [Huntsman Surf. Sciences] Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling
Chem. Descrip.: Triphenyl phosphite Rlcan FRF 20 [Alcan]
CAS 101-02-0; ElNECSlELlNCS 202-908-4 Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate
Uses: Costabilizer for PVC and other polymers such as PP; visc. modi- Chem. Analysis: AI,O, (65.1%), water (34.5%), Na,O (0.2%)
fier, reactive diluent for a variety of resin systems, esp. epoxies; antioxi- CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7
dant for syn. rubbers, butyrates; flame retardant for PU foams; in Uses: Flame retardant, smoke suppressant, tiller for plastics, rubber, glass
transesterification reactions; lubricant oil additive; chem. intermediate fiber-reinforcedplastics, encapsulationresins, exterior cladding and tiles,
for prod. of other phosphite esters and phosphonates cultured onyx, carpetbacking, conveyor belting, cables, furniture foam,
Features: Improves adhesion, elec. props., dimensional stability PVC and rubber goods, adhesives, coatings, and sealants
Properfies: Colorless mobile liq.; 10% P Regulatory: SARA §313 nonreportable
AIbriteB Tributyl Phosphate [Huntsman Surf. Sciences] Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; 10% on 325 mesh; insol. in water; sp.gr.
Chem. Descrip.: Tri (n-butyl) phosphate 2.42; bulk dens. 0.8 glcc (untamped); oil absorp. 21 gll00 g; decomp.
CAS 126-73-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 204-800-2 temp. 200-250 C; flash pt. noncombustible; ref. index 1.57; pH 9.5 (20%
Uses: Solvent, plasticizer for polymers; antifoam for polymer systems, wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; > 99% conc.
low temp., low flamm. hydraulic fluids; metal complexing agent in soh. Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi-
extraction; plasticizer for cellulosic, nitrocellulose,vinyl resins; defoamer rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu-
in adhesives, textile sizes, vat dyeing; pigment wetting agent, rheology lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye
modifier, coalescing aid in coatings irritation
Properties: Colorless cl. liq., mild odor; sl. sol. in water; sp.gr. 0.98; visc. Environmental: Nonhazardous
3.4 cps; vapor pressure 13.7 mm Hg (20 C); f.p. -80 C; b.p. 289 C (dec.); NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
acid no. < 0.1; flash pt. 160 C; surf. tens. 28 dyneslcm (20 C); 11.7% P Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling
Toxicology: LD50 1.8 mllkg, mod. toxic; avoid prolongedlrepeated eye Alcan FRF 30 [Alcan]
and skin contact Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate
AlbriteB Triphenyl Phosphite ]Huntsman Surf. Sciences] Chem. Analysis: AI,O, (65.1%), water (34.5%), Na,O (0.2%)
Chem. Descrip.: Triphenyl phosphite CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7
CAS 101-02-0; ElNECSlELlNCS 202-908-4 Uses: Flame retardant, smoke suppressant, tiller for plastics, rubber, glass
Uses: Costabilizer for PVC and other polymers such as PP; visc. modi- fiber-reinforcedplastics, encapsulationresins, exterior cladding and tiles,
fier, reactive diluent for a variety of resin systems, esp. epoxies; antioxi- cultured onyx, carpetbacking, conveyor belting, cables, furniture foam,
dant for syn. rubbers, butyrates; flame retardant for PU foams; in PVC and rubber goods, adhesives, coatings, and sealants
transesterification reactions; lubricant oil additive; chem. intermediate Regulatory: SARA §313 nonreportable
for prod. of other phosphite esters and phosphonates Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; 0.02% on 325 mesh; insol. in water; sp.gr.
Fearures: Improves adhesion, elec. props., dimensional stability 2.42; bulk dens. 0.7 glcc (untamped); oil absorp. 22 gll00 g; decomp.
Properties: Colorless mobile liq.; 10% P temp. 200-250 C; flash pt. noncombustible; ref. index 1.57; pH 9.5 (20%
Alcan FRF 5 [Alcan] wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; > 99% conc.
Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi-
Chem. Analysis: A1,03 (65.1%), water (34.5%), NazO(0.2%) rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu-
CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7 lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye
Uses: Flame retardant, smoke suppressant, filler for plastics, rubber, glass irritation
tiber-reinforcedplastics, encapsulationresins, exterior cladding and tiles, Environmental: Nonhazardous
cultured onyx, carpetbacking, conveyor belting, cables, furniture foam, NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
PVC and rubber goods, adhesives, coatings, and sealants Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling
Regulatory: SARA $313 nonreportable Alcan FRF 40 [Alcan]
Properfies: Wh. cryst. powd.; 85% on 325 mesh; insol. in water; sp.gr. Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate
2.42; bulk dens. 1.2 glcc (untamped); oil absorp. 15 gll00 g; decomp. Chem. Analysis: AI,O, (65.1%), water (34.5%), Na,O (0.2%)
temp. 200-250 C; flash pt. noncombustible; ref. index 1.57; pH 9 (20% CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7
wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; > 99% conc. Uses: Flame retardant, smoke suppressant, tiller for plastics, rubber, glass
Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi- fiber-reinforcedplastics, encapsulation resins, exterior cladding and tiles,
rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu- cultured onyx, carpetbacking, conveyor belting, cables, furniture foam,
lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye PVC and rubber goods, adhesives, coatings, and sealants
irritation Regulatory: SARA §313 nonreportable
Environmental: Nonhazardous Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; 0.01% on 325 mesh; insol. in water; sp.gr.
NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
2.42; bulk dens. 0.7 glcc (untamped); oil absorp. 22 gll00 g; decomp.
Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling temp. 200-250 C; flash pt. noncombustible; ref. index 1.57; pH 9.5 (20%
Alcan FRF 10 [Alcan] wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; > 99% conc.
Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi-
Chem. Analysis: AI2O3(65.1%), water (34.5%), NazO(0.2%) rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu-
CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7 lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye
Uses: Flame retardant, smoke suppressant, filler for plastics, rubber, glass irritation
tiber-reinforcedplastics, encapsulationresins, exterior cladding and tiles, Environmental: Nonhazardous
cultured onyx, carpetbacking, conveyor belting, cables, furniture foam, NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
PVC and rubber goods, adhesives, coatings, and sealants Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling
Regulatory: SARA $313 nonreportable
Properfies: Wh. cryst. powd.; 15% on 325 mesh; insol. in water; sp.gr. Alcan FRF 60 [Alcan]
2.42; bulk dens. 0.9 glcc (untamped); oil absorp. 20 gll00 g; decomp. Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate
temp. 200-250 C; flash pt. noncombustible; ref. index 1.57; pH 9.5 (20% Chem. Analysis: AI2O3(65.1%), water (34.5%), NazO(0.2%)
wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; > 99% conc. CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7
Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi- Uses: Flame retardant, smoke suppressant, tiller for plastics, rubber, glass
rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu- fiber-reinforcedplastics, encapsulationresins, exterior cladding and tiles,

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Alcan FRF 80

cultured onyx, carpetbacking, conveyor belting, cables, furniture foam, lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye
PVC and rubber goods, adhesives, coatings, and sealants irritation
Regulatory: SARA 9313 nonreportable Environmental: Nonhazardous
Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; < 0.01% on 325 mesh; insol. in water; sp.gr. NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
2.42; bulk dens. 0.6 glcc (untamped); oil absorp. 23 gll00 g; decomp. Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling
temp. 200-250 C; flash pt. noncombustible; ref. index 1.57; pH 9.5 (20% Alcan Superfine SF 4 [Alcan]
wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; > 99% conc. Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate
Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi- Chem.Analysis: AI,O, (64.9%), water (34.9%), SiO, (0.01 5%)
rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu- CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7
lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye Uses: Fire retardant, smoke suppressant, tiller for plastics, PVC, rubber
irritation tech. goods, cable compds., conveyor belting, flooring compds., ther-
Environmental: Nonhazardous moplastic moldinglextrusionlsheet,thermosetting moldingcompds., poly-
NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 ester and acrylic pultrusion, fabric coatings, paper filling and coating,
Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling printing inks, paints, adhesives, adhesive tapes and in toothpaste, cos-
Alcan FRF 80 [Alcan] metics, polishes and waxes; whitener and brightener in paper coatings
Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate Regulatory: SARA 5313 nonreponable
Chem. Analysis: AI2O3(65.1%), water (34.5%), Na20(0.2%) Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; 0.1% max. on 325 mesh; 1.4 pm median
CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7 particle size; insol. in water; sp.gr. 2.42; bulk dens. 0.25 glcc (untamped);
Uses: Flame retardant, smoke suppressant, filler for plastics, rubber, glass surf. area 4 m’lg; oil absorp. 36; brightness 97; flash pt. noncombus-
tiber-reinforcedplastics, encapsulation resins, exterior cladding and tiles, tible; ref. index 1.57; pH 10 (5% wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; >
cultured onyx, carpetbacking, conveyor belting, cables, furniture foam, 99% conc.
PVC and rubber goods, adhesives, coatings, and sealants Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi-
Regulatory: SARA 9313 nonreportable rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu-
Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; < 0.01% on 325 mesh; insol. in water; sp.gr. lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye
2.42; bulk dens. 0.6 glcc (untamped); oil absorp. 24 gll00 g; decomp. irritation
temp. 200-250 C; flash pt. noncombustible; ref. index 1.57; pH 10 (20% Environmental: Nonhazardous
wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; > 99% conc. NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi- Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling
rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu- Alcan Superfine SF 7 [Alcan]
lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate
irritation Chem.Analysis: A120, (64.9%), water (34.9%), SiO, (0.015%)
Environmental: Nonhazardous CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7
NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 Uses: Fire retardant, smoke suppressant, tiller for plastics, PVC, rubber
Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling tech. goods, cable compds., conveyor belting, flooring compds., ther-
Alcan FRF 85 [Alcan] moplastic moldinglextrusionlsheet,thermosetting moldingcompds., poly-
Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate ester and acrylic pultrusion, fabric coatings, paper filling and coating,
Chem. Analysis: A120, (65.1%), water (34.5%), Na20(0.2%) printing inks, paints, adhesives, adhesive tapes and in toothpaste, cos-
CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7 metics, polishes and waxes; whitener and brightener in paper coatings
Uses: Flame retardant, smoke suppressant, filler for plastics, rubber, glass Regulatory: SARA 5313 nonreponable
tiber-reinforcedplastics, encapsulation resins, exterior cladding and tiles, Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; 0.1% max. on 325 mesh, 1.0 pm median
cultured onyx, carpetbacking, conveyor belting, cables, furniture foam, particle size; insol. in water; sp.gr. 2.42; bulk dens. 0.2 glcc (untamped);
PVC and rubber goods, adhesives, coatings, and sealants surf. area 7 m’lg; oil absorp. 42; brightness 98; flash pt. noncombus-
Regulatory: SARA 9313 nonreportable tible; ref. index 1.57; pH 10 (5% wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; >
Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; 0.1% max. retained on 45 pm; insol. in 99% conc.
water; sp.gr. 2.42; bulk dens. 0.55 glcc (untamped); surf. area 6 m’lg; oil Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi-
absorp. 28 gll00 g; flash pt. noncombustible; ref. index 1.57; pH 10.5 rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu-
(20% wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; > 99% conc. lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye
Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi- irritation
rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu- Environmental: Nonhazardous
lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
irritation Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling
Environmental: Nonhazardous Alcan Superfine SF 9 [Alcan]
NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydroxide
Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling Chem. Analysis: AI2O3(64.9%), water (34.9%), Na20 (0.45%), Si02
Alcan Superfine SF 2 [Alcan] (0.015%)
CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7
Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydroxide Uses: Fire retardant, smoke suppressant, tiller for plastics, PVC, rubber
Chem.Analysis: AI,O, (64.9%), water (34.9%), Na,O (0.2%), SiO, (0.015%) tech. goods, cable compds., conveyor belting, flooring compds., ther-
CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7 moplastic moldinglextrusionlsheet,thermosetting moldingcompds., poly-
Uses: Fire retardant, smoke suppressant, filler for plastics, PVC, rubber ester and acrylic pultrusion, fabric coatings, paper filling and coating,
tech. goods, cable compds., conveyor belting, flooring compds., ther- printing inks, paints, adhesives, adhesive tapes and in toothpaste, cos-
moplastic moldinglextrusionlsheet,thermosettingmoldingcompds., poly- metics, polishes and waxes
ester and acrylic pultrusion, fabric coatings, paper filling and coating, Regulatory: SARA 9313 nonreportable
printing inks, paints, adhesives, adhesive tapes and in toothpaste, cos- Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; 0.1% max. on 45 pm; 0.6 pm median par-
metics, polishes and waxes ticle size; insol. in water; sp.gr. 2.42; bulk dens. 0.2 glcc (untamped);
Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; 0.1% max. on 45 pm; 1.6 pm median par- surf. area 8-10 m’lg; oil absorp. 45; brightness 98; flash pt. noncombus-
ticle size; insol. in water; sp.gr. 2.42; bulk dens. 0.3 glcc (untamped); tible; ref. index 1.57; pH 10.5 (5% wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5;
surf. area 2 m’lg; oil absorp. 30; brightness 96; flash pt. noncombus- > 99% conc.
tible; ref. index 1.57; pH 9.5 (5% wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; > Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi-
99% conc. rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu-
Toxicology: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi- lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye
rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu- irritation

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Alcogum@ L-15

€nvironmenra/: Nonhazardous Properties: Lt.-coloredcl. to sl. opaque liq.; Brookfieldvisc. 15,000-30,000
NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 cPs; pH 11; 11.2% total solids
Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling Alcogum@ 9710 [Alco]
Alcan Superfine SF 11 [Alcan] Clem. Descrip.: Sodium polyacrylate
Chem. Descrip.: Alumina trihydrate CAS 9003-04-7
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Chem. Analysis: AI2O3(64.9%), water (34.9%), SiOz(0.01 5%) Uses: Thickener for nat. and syn. latexes (SIB, neoprene, acrylic, vinyl
CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7 acetate, ethylene-vinyl acetate), coatings, rubber, food-contact adhe-
Uses: Fire retardant, smoke suppressant, filler for plastics, PVC, rubber sives
tech. goods, cable compds., conveyor belting, flooring compds., ther- Features: Rec. for latex with alkaline reaction
moplastic moldinglextrusionlsheet,thermosettingmoldingcompds., poly- Properties: Visc. 20,000+10,000 cps; pH 12+1; 12.5 + 0.7% total solids
ester and acrylic pultrusion, fabric coatings, paper filling and coating, Alcogum@AN-I0 [Alco]
printing inks, paints, adhesives, adhesive tapes and in toothpaste, cos- Chem. Descrip.: Super absorbent polymer
metics, polishes and waxes; whitener and brightener in paper coatings CAS 61788-39-4
Regu/atoy: SARA 5313 nonreportable Uses: Thickener for NR, SR latexes, maintenance coatings
Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; 0.1% max. on 325 mesh, 0.7 pm median features: Produces Newtonium-like flow and stable viscosities
particle size; insol. in water; sp.gr. 2.42; bulk dens. 0.2 glcc (untamped); Properties: Visc. 70,000 cps; pH 9.7-10.3; 10% total solids
surf. area 11 m'lg; oil absorp. 44; brightness 98; flash pt. noncombus- Alcogum@ARM-11-135 [Alco]
tible; ref. index 1.57; pH 10.5 (5% wlv slurry); hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5; Chem. Descrip.: polyacrylate copolymer
> 99% conc. Uses: Thickener for natural and synthetic latexes; used for carpet com-
Toxico/ogy: ACGIH 10 mglm3(total airborne particulate), 5 mglm3(respi- pounds, specialty coatings, adhesives
rable airborne particulate); inh. of high concs. of inert nuisance particu- Features: VOC free; no methanol; no volatile organics; ready to use;
lates may cause mild irritation of respiratory tract; may cause skinleye thickener with dispersing properties; improves visc. stability; excellent
irritation for high solids content coatings
Environmental: Nonhazardous Properties: Brookfield visc. 5000-11,000 cps; pH 6.0-6.5; 13.8 - 14.8%
NFPA: Health 0, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 total solids
Storage: Avoid generating dust during handling Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
Alcoa@ C-231 [Alcoa] Alcogum@ HPT [Alco]
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrated alumina Chem. Descrip.: polyacrylate copolymer
Chem. Ana!ysis: AI(OH), (99.6%), AI,O, (65%) Uses: Thickener in natural and synthetic latexes for a wide variety of
CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7 applications
Uses: Reinforcing agent, smoke suppressant, flame retardant in mfg. of Features: No methanol; reduced "as is" visc. for easy handling; effective
glass, chems., catalysts, vitreous enamels, ceramic whitewares; pig- in low and high solids formulations; enhanced stability over all com-
ment; filler in polymer systems (elec. wire insulation, cultured marble, pound loading ranges
countertop surfs.); filler for toothpaste, adhesives, coatings, paper, cos- Properties: SI. opaque; Brookfield visc. < 12,000 cps; pH 8.0-11.0; 12 -
metics, waxes, and polishes 14% total solids
Properties: Wh. ground powd.; 14 p median particle size; 75-85% through Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
325 mesh; sp.gr. 2.42; bulk dens. 0.8 glcc (loose); surf. area 2.5 m'lg; Alcogum@ L-11 [Alco]
ref. index 1.57; hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5 Chem. Descrip.: Acrylic copolymer emulsion contg. acid
Alcoa@ C-333 [Alcoa] CAS 25212-88-8
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrated alumina Uses: Thickener for NR, SR latexes, textiles, textured paintslcoatings,
Chem. Ana!ysis: AI(OH), (99.6%), AI,O, (65%) caulks
CAS 21645-51-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 244-492-7 Features: In-situ type; functional acid thickens when neutralized; alkali-
Uses: Reinforcing agent, smoke suppressant, flame retardant in mfg. of swellable; liq for ease of handling; shear thinning flow characteristics;
glass, chems., catalysts, vitreous enamels, ceramic whitewares; pig- efficient rheology modifier and thickener for high solids formation
ment; filler in polymer systems (elec. wire insulation, cultured marble, Regu/atory: FDATitle 21, 5175.105, 176.180
countertop surfs.); filler for toothpaste, adhesives, coatings, paper, cos- Properties: Milky wh. liq.; sp.gr. 1.05; dens 8.75; visc. < 200 cPs; pH 2.2-
metics, waxes, and polishes 3.5; anionic; 28% total solids
Properties: Wh. ground powd.; 7 p median particle size; 98% through Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
325 mesh; sp.gr. 2.42; bulk dens. 0.6 glcc (loose); surf. area 3.6 m'lg; Sforage: Avoid freezing; store @ 5 - 50 C; keep containers tightly sealed
ref. index 1.57; hardness (Mohs) 2.5-3.5 to prevent air drying
Alcogum@296-W [Alco] Alcogum@ L-12 [Alco]
Chem. Descrip.: Sodium polyacrylate Clem. Descrip.: Acrylic copolymer emulsion contg. acid
CAS 9003-04-7 CAS
. -25133-97-5
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Uses: Thickener for adhesives, paints, protective coatings, latexes, ce- Uses: Thickener for syn. latexes, syn. latex compds., syn. latex coatings,
ment textiles, textured paintslcoatings, caulks; adhesive and textile, deter-
Properties: Opaque liq.; visc. 13,000-26,000 cps; pH 8.3-10.8; 14.7% gent, cleaning, construction compounding; paint formulation
total solids features: In-situ type; alkali-swellable; liq for ease of handling; shear
Alcogum@ 1370 [Alco] thinning flow characteristics; synergistic interaction with non-ionic sur-
Chem. Descrip.: Sodium polyacrylate gum factants; easily incorporated in filled systems
CAS 9003-04-7 Properties: Milky wh. liq.; dens. 8.75sp.gr. 1.05; visc. 20 cps; pH 2.0-3.5;
Uses: Thickener for waterborne compds. incl. SIB, acrylonitrile, neoprene, 28% total solids
acrylic latex, EVA copolymers for use in carpet backing, latex foams, Storage: Avoid freezing; store @ 5 - 50 C; keep containers tightly sealed
adhesives, emulsions, textile coatings, nonwovens, and disps. Alcogum@ L-15 [Alco]
Properties: Brookfield visc. 40,000+10,000 cps; pH 10+1; 13.5-15.8% Chem. Descrip.: Polyacrylic acid
total solids CAS 9003-01-4
Alcogum@6940 [Alco] Uses: Thickener for adhesives, paints, paper coatings, natural and syn.
Chem. Descrip.: Sodium polyacrylate latexes, textiles, textured paintslcoatings, maintenance coatings
CAS 9003-04-7 Features: Alkali-swellable
Uses: Thickener for NR, cold and hot SBR, carboxylated SBR, NBR, and Regu/atory: FDA approved
CR Properties: Milky wh. liq.; sp.gr. 1.05; visc. 15 cps; pH 3.0; anionic; 30%
features: Exc. flow chars.; exceptionally good in froth compds. solids

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Alcogum@ L-31

Alcoguma L-31 [Alco] tems; easily incorporated in filled systems; improves flow and rheology
Chem. Descrip.: Acrylic copolymer emulsion contg. acid of formulated adhesives
CAS 25212-88-8 Properties: Wh. emulsion; sp.gr. 1.05; dens. 8.75; visc. < 200 cPs; 30 f
Uses: Thickener for NR, SR latexes, acrylic latexes, high solids blade 1% total solids
coating systems, maintenance coatings Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
Feafures: In-situ thickener; functional acid thickens when neutralized; no Sforage: Avoid freezing; store @ 5-50 C; keep tightly sealed
alkylphenol ethoxylate components; liq for ease of handling; shear thin- Alcogum@ SL-70 [Alco]
ning flow char.; effective visc. build in high solids systems; compat. with Chem. Descrip.: Hydropobicallymodifiedalkali-swellableemulsion (acrylic
anionic and nonionic surfactants associative polymer)
Regu/afofy: FDA Title 21, 9175.105/320, 176.170, 176.180 Uses: Thickener for latex and aq. systems, resin emulsions, o/w emul-
Properties: Milky wh. liq.; sp.gr. 1.07; visc. 168 cps; pH 2.2-3.5; anionic; sions, textiles, dye concs., trade sales paints, maintenance coatings,
40% total solids adhesive compounding, paint formulation, detergent and cleaning com-
Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed positions, particulate suspension
Storage: Avoid freezing; store @ 5 - 50 C; keep tightly sealed Features: No alkylphenol ethoxylate components; electrolyte tolerance;
Alcogum@ L-38 [Alco] provides clear solutions and gels; synergistic interaction with nonionic
Chem. Descrip.: Acrylic-based emulsion copolymer contg. acid surfactant; compat. with anionic and nonionic surfactants; compat. with
CAS 25212-88-8 pH > 10.0 formulations
Uses: Thickener for paper and paperboard coatings; other applications Properties: Milky wh. emulsion; sp.gr. 1.06; dens. 8.82; visc. 30 cps; pH
include adhesive, textile, construction compounding, latex coatings, pig- 2.5-3.5; 30% total solids
ment mining, particulate stabilization Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
Features: No alkylphenol ethoxylate components; easy to handle; im- Storage: Avoid freezing; store @ 5 - 50; keep tightly sealed
parts Newtonian flow char. Alcogum@ SL-78 [Alco]
Regu/afory: FDATitle 21, 9175.105/320, 176.170, 176.180 Chem. Descrip.: Acrylic emulsion polymer
Properties: Milky wh. liq.; sp.gr. 1.07; visc. < 200 cps; pH 2.2-3.5; anionic; Uses: Rheology control agent, structuring agent for filled compds., trade
30% act. sales paints, maintenance paints, caulks; textile, construction and ad-
Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed hesive compounding pigment mining; particulate suspension; detergent
Storage: Avoid freezing; store @ 5 - 50 C; keep tightly sealed and cleaning compositions; viscosifier for aq. compds.
Alcogum@ L-52 [Alco] Features: Alkali-activated; patented; no alkylphenol ethoxylate compo-
Chem. Descrip.: Reactive acidic latex emulsion nents; electrolyte tolerance; provides clear solutions and gels; synergis-
CAS 31550-14-8 tic interaction with nonionic surfactants; compat. with anionic and non-
Uses: Thickener for syn. latexes, latex compds., latex coatings; mastic ionic surfactants
adhesive, construction compounding; pigment mining; particulate sus- Properties: Sp.gr. 1.06; dens. 8.82; Brookfield visc. 30,000-52,000 (2%);
pension; paint formulation pH 2.2-3.5; 30 f 1% total solids
Features: Stable emulsion; neutralized in-situ to form cl., visc. s o h ; liq. Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
for ease of handling; shear thinning flow char.; effective visc. build in Sforage: Avoid freezing; store @ 5-50 C; keep tightly sealed
high solids systems; easily incorporated in filled systems; improves flow, Alcogum@SL-117 [Alco]
rheology of formulated adhesives Chem. Descrip.: Alkali-activated associative thickener (acrylic emulsion
Regulafofy: FDA Title 21, 5175.105/320, 176.170, 176.180 polymer)
Properties: Wh. liq.; water visc. 47,000-65,000 cps (2.5%, 10 rpm); pH Uses: Thickener, rheology control agent for aq. compds. for adhesives,
2.2-3.5; anionic; 30 f 1% total solids construction prods., other pigmented compds.
Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed Features: Patented; builds visc. at low dosage levels; optimum perfor-
Precaution: Contains low level of formaldehyde; avoid contact with mild mance @ pH 8-10
steel Properties: Emulsion; sp.gr. 1.02; pH 2.2-3.5; 30 f 1% total solids
Storage: Avoid freezing; store @ 5-50 C; keep tightly sealed Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
Alcoguma L-511 [Alco] Alcogum@ SL-120 [Alco]
Chem. Descrip.: Acid-swellable emulsion Chem. Descrip.: Acrylic-based emulsion copolymer contg. acid
Uses: Thickener, rheology control agent in adhesives, coatings, I&Iand Uses: Textile, construction and adhesive compounding pigment mining;
consumer detergents, paints, textiles, industrial, surfactant, and oil field particulate suspension; detergent and cleaning compositions; paint for-
applics. mulation; latex coatings
Features: Efficient thickening over broad acidic pH range (1-6); compat. Features: No alkylphenol ethoxylate components; electrolyte tolerance;
with cationic surfactants provides clear solutions and gels; synergistic interaction with nonionic
Properties: Emulsion surfactants; compat. with anionic and nonionic surfactants; visc. stabil-
Alcoguma L-520 [Alco] ity at elevated temp.; compat. with pH < 10.
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrophobically modified acid-swellable emulsion Properties: Wh. emulsion; sp.gr. 1.06; dens. 8.82; visc. < 200 cPs; 30 f
Uses: Thickener, rheology control agent in adhesives, coatings, I&Iand 1% total solids
consumer detergents, paints, textiles, industrial, surfactant, and oil field Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
applics. Sforage: Avoid freezing; store @ 5-50 C; keep tightly sealed
Features: Low visc. liq. emulsion; efficient thickening over broad acidic Alcospersea 102 [Alco]
pH range (1-6); compat. with cationic surfactants; synergistic with salts Chem. Descrip.: Sodium polyacrylate
and surfactants CAS 9003-04-7
Properties: Milky wh. emulsion; visc. < 250 cps; pH 8-9; 21 f 1% total Uses: Processing aid, antiredeposition agent for pigments in paints and
solids adhesives
Storage; 6 mos. shelf life; not freeze-thaw stable; do not store below 40 Properties: Liq.; water-sol.; m.w. 10,000; pH 7.5; anionic; 40% solids
F; storage below 40 F will result in higher "as is" visc., but does not Toxico/ogy: Very low toxicity
affect thickening efficiency; avoid contact with carbon steel Alcosperse@ 124 [Alco]
Alcoguma L-72 [Alco] Chem. Descrip.: Sodium polymethacrylate
Chem. Descrip.: Acrylic-based emulsion copolymer CAS 25086-62-8
CAS 31550-14-8 Uses: Min. dispersant, sequestrant, antiredeposition agent for pigments
Uses: Construction and mastic adhesive compounding, paint formula- used in paints, adhesives
tion, latex coatings, pigment mining, particulate suspension Properties: Dry and liq. forms; water-sol.; m.w. 6500; pH 8.5; anionic;
Feafures: No alkylphenol ethoxylate components; liq. for ease of han- 30% solids
dling; shear thinning flow char.; effective visc. build in high solids sys- Toxicdogy: Very low toxicity

42 HANDBOOK OF ADHESIVE CHEMICAL AND COMPOUNDING INGREDIENTS
Alkamuls@ EL-719

Alcosperse@ 125 [Alco] 14.3 cSt (100 F); m.p. 70-75 F; b.p. 518-575 F; iodine no. 0.05; sapon.
Chem. Descrip.: Sodium polymethacrylate no. 0.1; hyd. no. 284; flash pt. (PM) 265 F; 99.5% act.
CAS 25086-62-8 €nvironmenta/: Biodeg.
Uses: Min. dispersant, sequestrant, antiredeposition agent used for pig- AlfoP 1216 [Sasol N. Am.]
ments in paints, adhesives Chem. Descrip.: C12-CI6 linear alcohols
Properties: Liq.; water-sol.; m.w. 9500; pH 8.5; anionic; 30% solids CAS 68855-56-1; ElNECSlELlNCS 272-490-6
Toxico/ogy: Very low toxicity Uses: Lubricant in polymer processing, metal rolling and forming; emol-
Alcosperse@ 149 [Alco] lient, lubricant for cosmetics; defoamers; intermediate for surfactants for
Chem. Descrip.: Sodium polyacrylate cosmetic, household, and industrial use; intermediate for esters for ad-
CAS 9003-04-7 ditives for plastics, rubber, metalworking, lubricants; intermediate for
Uses: Min. dispersant, sequestrant, antiredeposition agent used in pig- quaternaries for germicides and fabric softeners;' adhesives
ments, paints, coatings, mining, pigment slurries, adhesives, textiles, Properties: Colorless cl. liq., sweet, typ. fany alcohol odor; sol. in alcohol,
and water softeners; pigment dispersant, stabilizer in NR and SR la- acetone, ether; water-insol.; m.w. 203; sp.gr. 0.84; dens. 7.0; visc. 14.5
texes; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard cSt (100 F); m.p. 63-70 F; b.p. 514-592 F; iodine no. 0.1; sapon. no. 0.5;
Features: General purpose; low foaming; high efficiency hyd. no. 276; flash pt. (PM) 265 F; 99% act.
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 175.320, 176.170,176.180 AlfoP 1216 CO [Sasol N. Am.]
Properties: Dry and liq. forms; m.w. 2500; pH 8; anionic; 40% solids Chem. Descrip.: Lauryl alcohol
Toxico/ogy: Very low toxicity CAS 112-53-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-982-0
Alcosperse@ 177 [Alco] Uses: Lubricant in polymer processing, metal rolling and forming; emol-
Chem. Descrip.: Copolymer lient, lubricant for cosmetics; defoamers; intermediate for surfactants for
Uses: Processing aid, sequestrant, antiredeposition agent for pigments cosmetic, household, and industrial use; intermediate for esters for ad-
in paints, mining, and adhesives, textile scours, and detergents (powd. ditives for plastics, rubber, metalworking, lubricants; intermediate for
and liq. laundry, powd. and liq. auto dish) quaternaries for germicides and fabric softeners; adhesives
Features: Rec. in stressed water conditions Properties: Colorless cl. liq.; m.w. 198; sp.gr. 0.84; visc. 14.5 cSt (100 F);
Properties: Liq.; water-sol.; m.w. 5000; pH 5; anionic; 42% solids m.p. 63-70 F; b.p. 529-590 F; iodine no. 0.08; sapon. no. 0.18; hyd. no.
Toxico/ogy: Very low toxicity 284; flash pt. (PM) 265 F; 99.7% act.
Aldo@ MS LG FG [Lonza] Aliquat@ 336 [CognislMining]
Chem. Descrip.: Glyceryl stearate, low glycerin Chem. Descrip.: Tricaprylyl methyl ammonium chloride
CAS 31566-31-1 CAS 5137-55-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 225-896-2
Uses: Food emulsifier, emulsion stabilizer for baked goods, dairy prods., Uses: Reagent; phase transfer catalyst; adhesion promoter and surf. cur-
edible oilslshonenings, confectionery, pet foods; slip and antitack agent ing agent for fluorocarbon elastomers; antistat for textile fabrics and car-
in hot-melt adhesives, sob. or solventless coatings; emulsifier for paper peting; for decolorization and deodorization of fermentation broths
defoamers; emulsifier for cosmetic creams, lotions, pastes, and gels Features: Forms aq. insol., org. sol. complexes
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9184.1505, GRAS Properties: Amber visc. liq.; completely sol. in benzene, chloroform, iso-
Properties: Wh. beads, bland odor and taste; m.p. 58-62 C; HLB 3; acid propanol, and kerosene (60 C); sol. 0.20 g in water (60 C); m.w. 442;
no. 2 max.; sapon. no. 162; nonionic; 40-45% alpha monoglycerides sp.gr. 0.884; visc. 6300 cps (40 C); acid no. 0.0-1.O; amine no. 1-2; pour
Storage: Store in cool, dry area pt. 5 F; flash pt. (CC) 270 F; quat. salt content (90%); water (3.5%),
AIfoP 8 [Sasol N. Am.] sodium chloride (0.5%)
Chem. Descrip.: Caprylic alcohol AIkamuW EL-620 [Rhodia HPCII; Rhodia HPCll France]
CAS 111-87-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-917-6 Chem. Descrip.: PEG-30 castor oil
Uses: Wetting agent; emulsifier; intermediate for plasticizers, lubricating CAS 61791-12-6
oils, biodeg. surfactants in household and industrial cleaning, bacteri- Uses: Detergent, emulsifier, wening agent, pigment dispersant, antistat,
cidal agents, fabric softeners, foam depressants, polymerization modifi- lubricant, solubilizer for industriallhousehold cleaners, cosmetics, phar-
ers, rubber chems., plastics antioxidants, min. processing and oilfield maceuticals, metalworking fluids, leather, pesticides, herbicides, paper
chems.; adhesives industries, magnetic coupling fluids; stabilizer for PVAc emulsion paints;
Properties: Colorless liq.; mild aromatic odor; sp.gr. 0.8293 (60l60 F); emulsifier for oleoresinous binders; coemulsifier for fabric softeners and
visc. 10.5 cSt (70 F); m.p. 1-3 F; b.p. 381-385 F; iodine no. 0.03; sapon. dye carriers; food-contact surfactant; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpa-
no. < 0.04; hyd. no. 430; flash pt. (PM) 180 F; 99.9% act. perboard, animal glue
Precaution: Combustible Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105,176.170,176.180,176.210,178.3120;
AIfoP 10 [Sasol N. Am.] exempt from tolerance under EPA 40CFR 9180.1001(c)
Chem. Descrip.: Decyl alcohol Properties: Lt. brn. cl. visc. liq., mild oily odor; sol. in water, acetone, CCI,,
CAS 112-30-1; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-956-9 alcohols, veg. oil, ethers, toluene, xylene; sp.gr. 1.04-1.05; dens. 8.705
Uses: Emulsifier; intermediate for plasticizers, lubricating oils, biodeg. Iblgal; visc. 600-1000 cps; HLB 12.0; cloud pt. 42 C (1% aq.); flash pt.
surfactants in household and industrial cleaning, bactericidal agents, 291-295 C; surf. tens. 41 dyneslcm; nonionic; 100% act.
fabric softeners, foam depressants, polymerization modifiers, rubber Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) 40 glkg; low oral toxicity; not primary skin or
chems., plastics antioxidants, min. processing and oilfield chems.; ad- eye irritants
hesives Alkamuls@ EL-719 [Rhodia HPCII; Rhodia HPCll France; Costec]
Properties: Colorless liq., wh. waxy solid; sweet, fat-like odor; sol. in alco- Chem. Descrip.: PEG-40 castor oil
hol, ether, benzene, glacial acetic acid; water-insol.; sp.gr. 0.8335 (601 CAS 61791-12-6
60 F); m.p. 43-45 F; b.p. 448-453 F; iodine no. 0.05; sapon. no. < 0.04; Uses: Emulsifier, wetting agent for industriallhousehold cleaners, pesti-
hyd. no. 351; flash pt. (PM) 235 F; 99.8% act. cides, paper, leather, plastics, paints, textiles, and cosmetics; dispers-
AIfoP 1214 [Sasol N. Am.] ant for pigments; emulsifier for vitamins and drugs; indirect food addi-
Chem. Descrip.: Lauryl alcohol tive; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard
CAS 112-53-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-982-0 Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,176.170,176.180,176.210,178.3120;
Uses: Lubricant in polymer processing, metal rolling and forming; emol- exempt from tolerance under EPA 40CFR 9180.1001(c)(e)
lient, lubricant for cosmetics; defoamers; intermediate for surfactants for Properties: Yel. cl. liq., oily odor; sol. in water, acetone, CCI,, alcohols,
cosmetic, household, and industrial use; intermediate for esters for ad- veg. oil, ether, toluene, xylene; sp.gr. 1.06-1.07; dens. 8.9-9.0 Iblgal;
ditives for plastics, rubber, metalworking, lubricants; intermediate for visc. 500-800 cps; HLB 13.6; cloud pt. 80 C (1% aq.); flash pt. 275-279
quaternaries for germicides and fabric softeners; adhesives C; surf. tens. 38 dyneslcm (0.1%); nonionic; 96% min. act.
Properties: Colorless clear liq.; sweet, typ. fany alcohol odor; sol. in alco- Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) 70 glkg; low oral toxicity; not primary skin or
hol, acetone, ether; water-insol.; m.w. 198; sp.gr. 0.838; dens. 7.0; visc. eye irritants

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AIkamuW S-20

Alkamuls@ S-20 [Rhodia HPCII] belts, purses); filter aid medium for winelbeerljuice filtration; lightweight
Chem. Descrip.: Sorbitan laurate filler, absorbent, bulking agent for spray coatings for steellpipe, adhe-
CAS 1338-39-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 215-663-3 sives, sealing compds., textured paints; deflocculant preventing streak-
Uses: Wlo emulsifier, lubricant and softener for textiles; sec. suspending ing and ink blotting in carbonless copy paper; artificial snow; welding
agent, visc. depressant, porosity modifier in PVC suspensions; food pkg. electronics
adhesives, paper; defoamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard; emulsi- Features: Nonsiliceous; nonabrasive
fier in mfg. of food-contactarticles; resinouslpolymericfood-contact coat- Environmental: Environmentally safe
ings Sforage: Indefinite shelf life
features: Improves morphology of PVC particles; improves plasticizer Alumex [Kentucky-TennesseeClay]
absorp. Chem. Descrip.: Soft kaolin clay
Regulatory: FDA21CFR5175.105,175.300,175.320,176.170,176.180, CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
176.200, 176.210, 178.3400 Uses: Fillerlextender for hard and soft rubber compds., plastics, adhe-
Properties: Liq.; sol. in oils; HLB 8.6; nonionic; 100% conc. sives, protective coatings, traffic paints, and joint compds.
AIkanoP 1009C [DuPont] features: Offers flexibility, high elong. for non-dynamic applics. or where
Uses: Detergent for hard surf. cleaners; metal cleaning and pickling; wet- lower vulcanizate physical props. are required
ting agent, rewetting agent for textiles, paper; dyeing assistant; leveling Properties: Wh.; 1.I~1 median particle size; 0.75% max. on 325 mesh;
agent for acid dyes on nylon; dispersant, wetting agent, penetrant for sp.gr. 2.60; surf. area 12-15 m21g;oil absorp. 26-31 gllOOg of clay); GE
agric. chems.; adhesives; aerospace and aircraft; chem. processing; brightness 70-80; pH 4-5.5 (28% solids); 1% max. moisture
coatings; sealants; military; mining; petrol. refiningldistribution Alvinox 100 I3VlPlastic Addit.; 3V Italia; Lenape Ind.]
AIkanoP SB [DuPont] Chem. Descrip.: Phenol 4,4,4''-trimethyl-I ,3,5-benzenetriyl) tris (meth-
Uses: Detergent for hard surf. cleaners; metal cleaning and pickling; wet- ylene)] tris 2,6-bis (1,l-dimethylethyl)
ting agent, rewetting agent for textiles, paper; dyeing assistant; leveling CAS 1709-70-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 216-971-0
agent for acid dyes on nylon; dispersant, wetting agent, penetrant for Uses: Antioxidant, thermal stabilizer for styrenics, LDPE, HDPE, PP, EVA,
agric. chems.; adhesives; aerospace and aircraft; chem. processing; polyesters, polyamides, thermoplastic polyurethanes, EPDM, adhesives,
coatings; sealants; military; mining; petrol. refiningldistribution elastomers, food-grade polymers; radical scavenger
Alkanoxa P-24 [Great Lakes] Features: Reacts efficiently with peroxy radicals, thus slowing down the
Chem. Descr@.: Bis (2,4-di-t-butylphenyI)pentaerythritol diphosphite process which facilitates thermal oxidation; very good dielec. props.
CAS 26741-53-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 247-952-5 Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5178.2010
Uses: Antioxidant for stabilization of polyolefins, ABS, PVC, PC; color Properties: Off-wh. powd.; sol. (glIO0 ml): > 50 g in methylene chloride,
stabilizer; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard, polymers 33 g in ethyl acetate, 20 g in monomer styrene, 18 g in acetone, 1 g in n-
Features: Synergistic with UV stabilizers hexane, 0.1 g in methanol; pract. insol. in water; m.w. 775.2; bulk dens.
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.170, 177.1520(c), 177.1580, 0.47 glcm3;m.p. 240-245 C; flash pt.
177.1950,177.1960, 177.1970, 177.1980, 178.2010; BGA approval Use Level: 0.025-0.3% (LDPE); 0.1-0.3% (PP)
Properties: Wh. powd., odorless; sol. (glIO0 ml): 41 g toluene, 35.7 g Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mglkg
THF, 34.2 g dichloromethane, 10.7 g acetone, 7.3 g hexane; insol. in Precaution: Incompat. with oxidizers; do not eat, drink or smoke at the
water; m.w. 604; dens. 0.43 glml (20 C); m.p. 160-175 C; acid no. 2.5 workplace; wash hands at breaks and at the end of work do not breathe
max.; 10.0-10.9% P dust; avoid contact with eyes, skin and mucous membranes; use filter
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg, (dermal, rabbit) > 2 glkg; moderate mask for powd.; wear gloves, dust-proof goggles; ensure good ventila-
eye irritant tion
Storage: Sensitive to humidity; store in dry place HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Alkatergea-T [Dow] Storage: Store in cool, dry place
Chem. Descrip.: 4,4(5H)-Oxazoledimethanol, 2-(heptadeceny1)- Alvinox FB [3VlPlastic Addit.; 3V ltalia]
CAS 28984-69-2 Chem. Descrip.: 1,3,5-Triazine-2,4,6 (IH,3H,5H)-trione, 1,3,5-tris[[3,5-
Uses: Detergent; invert emulsifier; pigment dispersant; corrosion inhibi- bis(1,I -dimethylethyl)-4-hydroxyphenyl]methyl]
tor; wetting agent; emulsion stabilizer; grinding aid; acid acceptor; CAS 27676-62-6; ElNECSlELlNCS 248-597-9
antifoam; antioxidant; lubricant; for paints, coatings, adhesives, inks Uses: Antioxidant, thermal stabilizer for thermoplastics and elastomers
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated incl. PE, PP, PVC, styrenics, latexes, adhesives, food-grade polymers
Properties: Buff to brn. waxy solid; faint amine odor; high sol. in aromatic Features: Synergistic with UV stabilizers
hydrocarbons, sol. in water 0.1; m.p. 59 C; flash pt. > 200 F; surf. tens. Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5178.2010
30.4 dyneslcm; HLB 4.0; amphoteric; 60% conc. Properties: Off-wh. powd.; sol. (glIO0 ml): 48 g in methylene chloride, 22
Toxicology: No toxic effects in oral testing in rats at 5000 mglkg g in acetone, 10 g in toluene, 0.3 g in methanol, 0.1 g in n-hexane; pract.
Precaution: Use rubber gloves, safety glasses with side shields or goggles insol. in water; m.w. 784.1; bulk dens. 0.35-0.40 glcm3; m.p. 218-233 C
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Oxides of carbon and nitrogen Use Level: 0.1 -0.3%
Alkatergea-T-IV [Dow] Toxicology: LD50 > 5000 mglkg
Chem. Descr@.: Oxazoline deriv., ethoxylated Storage: Store in cool, dry place
CAS 95706-86-8 Amaltya [SPl Polyols]
Uses: Acid scavenger; corrosion inhibitor; olw emulsifier; dispersant in Chem. Descrip.: Maltitol
aq. and nonaq. systems, paints, coatings, adhesives, inks; wetting agent CAS 585-88-6; ElNECSlELlNCS 209-567-0
Features: Offers filming protection to metal surfs. Uses: Sweetener, humectant for sugar-free confectionery, sauces, spices,
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated processed foods, vitamin supplements, foods for diabetics, medicine
Properties: Brown liq.; faint amine odor; oil-sol.; water-disp.; sp.gr. 1.015; (powd. medicine, lozenges, compresses); humectant for cosmetics (lip
visc. 965 cP; m.p. -14 C; pH 9.5; HLB 8.5; nonionic; 60% conc. sticks, creams, lotion), surfactants, polyurethane, alkyd resins, adhe-
Toxicology: Causes mild eye irritation; may cause sl. skin irritation sives
Precaution: Avoid prolonged or repeated exposure to skin; use safety Features: Mild sweetener with no aftertaste; does not cause tooth decay;
glasses with side shields or goggles; use rubber gloves and apron if heat-stable; low hygroscopicity
prolonged exposure is possible Properties: Wh. powd. or gran.; m.p. 140 C; 2 93.5% act.
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Oxides of carbon and nitrogen Amberex@ [PolyOnelElastomers & Perf. Addit.]
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 Chem. Descrip.: Vulcanized vegetable oil
Storage: Keep container closed when not in use Uses: Softener, processing aid for NR, SBR, CR, NBR for transparent
Alpha-Cel [lnt'l. Fiber] and It.-coloredgoods; facilitates extrusion and calendering; prevents hot
Uses: Thickener, binder in latex paints, inks, dyes, drilling muds, workover and cold flow during storage in pressure-sensitive adhesives
fluids; visc. builder improving prod. finish for syn. leather goods (shoes, Properties: Lt.-colored translucent gran. solid; sp.gr. 1.03 or 1.I2

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AmicaP WP

Amerstat@233 [AshlandlDrew Ind. Div.] Immediate health hazard, Delayed health hazard; EPA reg. no. 464-
Chem. Descrip.: 3S-Dimethyl tetra-hydro-2-H,l,3,5-thiadiazone-2-thione 670; OSHA 29CFR §1910.1200 Hazardous Chemical
CAS 533-74-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 208-576-7 Properties: Tan finely divided powd.; mild musty odor; sol. in dimethyl
Uses: Antimicrobial in industrial water systems; preservative in aq. sys- formamide, acetone, n-propyl acetate, tributyl phosphate; insol. in wa-
tems, paint, food pkg. adhesiveslpaperlanimal glue, latex, mineral slur- ter; sp.gr. 2.20 glcc; dens. 18.3 Iblgal; m.p. 157 C; pH 5.0-7.0 (1% aq.
ries, inks, and metalworking disp.); 90-95% act.
features: Effective pH 6-8; 60 C max. temp. Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 9400 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 20,000 mglkg;
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 176.230, 176.320, 178.3120; EPA LC50 (inh. rat) 0.96 mglL; nonirritating to skin; causes severe eye burns
registered Environmental: LC50 (bluegill) 0.51 mglL, (rainbowtrout) 0.19 mglL, (daph-
Properties: CI. pale yel. to amber liq.; water-misc.; sp.gr. 1.I6-1.20; dens. nia magna) 0.75 mglL; highly toxic to fish, other aquatic organisms; prac-
9.85 Iblgal; flash pt. (PMCC) 68 C; 24% act. tically non-toxic to birds
Use Level: 0.1-0.5% Precaution: Use chemical goggles; use chemically resistant gloves for
Amerstat@251 [AshlandlDrew Ind. Div.] prolonged contact; incompat. with oxidizing materials, strong bases and
Chem. Descrip.: 1.I 5% 5-Chloro-2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-oneand 0.35% ketones
2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Iodine, sulfur oxides, hydrogen iodide, CO,
Uses: Antimicrobial, preservative in latex, food pkg. adhesiveslpaper, coz
mineral slurries, inks, metalworking, textiles Storage: Avoid moisture, direct sunlight, ultraviolet sources
features: Effective pH 6-9.5; 50 C max. temp. AmicaP Flowable [Dow]
Regulatory: FDA21CFR§175.105,176.170,176.180; EPAreg. no. 1757- Chem. Descrip.: Diiodomethyl-p-tolylsulfone (40%) and propylene glycol
79 (8%) aq. suspension
Properties: Pale green to yel. liq.; water-sol.; sp.gr. 1.02; dens. 8.6 Iblgal; CAS 20018-09-1; 57-55-6; ElNECSlELlNCS 243-468-3
pH 2.0-5.0 (neat) UN 2810
Use Level: 0.01-0.1% Uses: Preservative, mildewcide, algicide for polymeric systems, esp. la-
Storage: Storage stability of at least 6 months at 50 C and one year at tex paints, caulks, adhesives, leather, cosmetics, construction prods.,
ambient temp. pulplpaper, textiles, wood; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, rubber articles,
Amerstat@300 [AshlandlDrew Ind. Div.] can sealants
Chem. Descrip.: 2,2-Dibromo-3-nitrilo propionamide features: Rec. for water-based formulations where high shear mixing is
CAS 10222-01-2 not used, for pH 2-11
Uses: Paper mill slimicide; antimicrobial for enhanced oil recovery sys- Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 175.300, 177.2600; SARA§311/312
tems; preselvative for metalworking fluids containing water; antimicro- Immediate health hazard, Delayed health hazard; EPA reg. no. 464-
bial in paints, latex, adhesives, mineral slurries, inks 673; OSHA Hazard Communication Standard 29CFR 51910,1200 Haz-
Regulatory: EPA reg. no. 1757-72 ardous Chemical; 1,2-Propanediol is on the PA Hazardous Substance
Properties: CI. to amber liq.; littlelno odor; water-misc.; sp.gr. 1.25; dens. list; IMO, IMDG, ICAO, IATA regulated
10.4 Iblgal; pH 1.2-2.4 (neat) Properties: Lt. gray finely divided suspension; mild alcohol odor; sol. in
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 177 mglkg; ingestion of small amts. may cause dimethyl formamide, acetone, n-propyl acetate, tributyl phosphate; sol.
serious illness; serious eye hazard 0.1 mgll in water; sp.gr. 1.32-1.33; dens. 11.05 Iblgal; visc. 600-1000
Precaution: Biologically active; aq., alkaline sol'n. (pH 9) cause it to lose cps; b.p. 100 C; f.p. 0 C; pH 6.0-8.5; 40% min. act. in water
biological act., also elevated temp. andlor UV light Toxicology: LD50 (skin, rabbit) > 2000 mglkg, (ing., rat) > 5000 mglkg;
Storage: Acidic sol'ns. (pH 3-4) kept at room temp. out of UV light stable possible eye irritation; repeated contact may cause flaking and soften-
for at least 7 days ing of skin; mist may cause irritation of upper respiratory tract
Amerstat@ 1910 [AshlandlDrew Ind. Div.] Environmental: Avoid contamination of all waterways; highlytoxic to aquatic
Chem. Descrip.: 10% Methylene bis-(thiocyanate) and 10% 2- organisms
(thiocyanomethyl thio) benzothiazole Precaution: Use chemical goggles, impervious gloves; incompat. with
Uses: Microbicide used in wood protective coatings, adhesives, leather oxidizing materials, ketones, strong bases; do not dump in sewers, on
oils, sealants and caulking compds., textiles the ground or into any body of water
Regulatory: EPA reg. no. 1448-81-1757 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Sulfur oxides, iodine, hydrogen iodide, CO,
Properties: Amber cl. liq.; mild odor; most aromatic solvs. soluble in gly- coz
col, ethers, disp. in water; sp.gr. 1.08 glml; dens. 9.01 Iblgal; flash pt. Storage: Store below 32 C; keep away from incompat. materials
(TCC) 64 C; pH 5-7 (100 ppm in water); 80% inert AmicaP WP [Dow]
Precaution: Do not heat above 50 C Chem. Descrip.: Diiodomethyl-p-tolylsulfone (46%)
Amerstat@ 1930 [AshlandlDrew Ind. Div.] CAS 20018-09-1; 63-42-3; 8061-51-6; 7631-86-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 243-
Chem. Descrip.: 2-(Thiocyanomethyl thio) benzothiazole (30%) 468-3; 200-559-2; 231-545-4
CAS 21564-17-0 Uses: Mildewcide for latex paints, emulsions, caulks, adhesives, binders,
Uses: Antimicrobial, bactericide, fungicide, preselvative for textiles, paints, leather preservation, paper coatings, plastics, construction prods., tex-
coatings, caulks, sealants, wood, adhesives, cutting fluids, metalwork- tiles, coatings, wood preservation; fungicide in cosmetics preservation;
ing food pkg. adhesives, coatings, rubber articles, can sealants
Features: Controls bacteria and fungi in oil and aq. systems features: Wettable powd.
Regulatory: EPA reg. no. 1448-55-1757 Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105,175.300,177.2600; SARA 5311l312
Properties: Clear, dark amber liq.; mild odor; disp. in water; sp.gr. 1.08; Immediate health hazard, Delayed health hazard; EPA reg. no. 464-
dens. 9.01 Iblgal; flash pt. (TCC) 123 F; pH 6-7 (100 ppm in distilled 672; silicon dioxide is subject to NJ Workplace Hazardous Substance
water) and PA Workplace Hazardous Substance; OSHA 29CFR §1910.1200
AmicaP 48 [Dow] Hazardous Chemical
Chem. Descrip.: Diiodomethyl ptolyl sulfone (90-95%) Properties: Tan-gray fine powd.; mild musty odor; sol. in dimethyl forma-
CAS 20018-09-1; 7631-86-9; 104-15-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 243-468-3; 231- mide, acetone, n-propyl acetate, tributyl phosphate; nil sol. in water; m.p.
545-4; 203-180-0 147-150 C; pH 8.0-9.0 (1% aq. disp.); 46% act.
Uses: Mildewcide, fungicide for latex paints, paper coatings, tanned leather, Toxicology: LD50 (skin, rabbit) 2000 mglkg; possible eye irritation with
metalworking fluids, emulsions, caulks, adhesives and sealants, and in corneal injury; may result in permanent impairment of vision; prolonged
lumber, construction, home improvement, textile, and automotive indus- exposure may cause skin irritation
tries; fungicide in cosmetic preservation; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, Environmental: Avoid contamination of all waterways; based on informa-
can sealants, rubber articles tion for diiodomethyl-p-tolylsulfone,highly toxic to aquatic organisms on
Features: Rec. @ pH 2-11 acute basis
Regulatory: FDA2lCFR 5175.105, 175.300, 177.2600; SARA§311/312 Precaution: Incompat. with oxidizing materials, strong bases and ketones

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Amicure@ 33-LV

Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Sulfur oxides, iodine, hydrogen iodide, CO, Amicure@UR [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
coz Chem. Descrip.: l-PhenyC3,3-dimethyl urea
Sforage: Avoid moisture, direct sunlight, ultraviolet sources CAS 101-42-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 202-941-4
Amicure@33-LV [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] Uses: Elevated temp. co-curing accelerator for dicyandiamide-cured ep-
Chem. Descr@.: Triethylene diamine in dipropylene glycol oxy resins; exceptional latency and rapid cure above activation temp.;
Uses: Catalyst for PU coatings, adhesives, sealants substitute for chlorophenyl ureas; for one-component adhesives, high-
Properties: 33% act. performance composites, prepregs
Amicure@ 101 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] Properties; Wh. powd.; m.w. 165; m.p. 268 F
Chem. Descr@.: Modified aromatic amine Use Level: 0.5-3.0 phr
Uses: Elevated temp. epoxy curing agent for filament-wound pipe, elec. Amicure@UR2T [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.]
encapsulation, tooling, large castings, adhesives Chem. Descrip.: Tolyl bis (dimethyl urea)
Features: Nonstaining, MDA-free; exhibits lower exotherm and higher Uses: Co-curing accelerator for dicyandiamide-cured epoxy resins for
heat resist. than MDA one-component adhesives, high-performance composites, prepregs
Properties: Gardner 9 liq.; sp.gr. 1.00; visc. 100-200 cps; amine no. 580; Features: Faster green str. adhesion build than Amicure UR, used at
equiv. wt. 48.5; heat distort. temp. 311 F (264 psi) lower loadings; substitute for chlorophenyl ureas
Use Level: 26 phr Properties: Wh. powd.; m.w. 272; m.p. 360-374 F
Amicure@CG-325 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] Use Level: 0.5-3.0 phr
Chem. Descrip.: Dicyandiamide, 0.5% inert flow control additive Aminox@ Naugard A [CromptonlUniroyal]
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for structural laminates, one-component adhe- Uses: Antioxidant protecting polymers from loss of physical props. on
sives extended exposure to heat; for EVA and polyamide hot-melt adhesives,
Properties: Powd., < 45 p; sp.gr. 0.42; m.p. 403 F; heat distort. temp. 250 nylon 6
F (264 psi) Properties: Flake or powd.
Use Level: 4-15 phr AmisolTM210 LWD [Degussa Texturant Systems]
Amicure@ CG-1200 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Lecithin
Chem. Descrip.: Dicyandiamide, 0.5% inert flow control additive CAS 8002-43-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-307-2
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for powd. coatings, structural laminates incl. Uses: Release agent for hot-melt industrial applics.
sob.-free prepregs, adhesives, film adhesives Properties: Water-disp.
Properties: Powd., < 10 p; sp.gr. 0.30; m.p. 403 F; heat distort. temp. 250 AmisolTM211 [Degussa Texturant Systems]
F (264 psi) Chem. Descrip.: Lecithin methyl ester compd.
Use Level: 4-15 phr Uses: Provides tack and adhesion for industrial applics.
Amicure@ CG-1400 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
Amlok 321 [Kentucky-TennesseeClay]
Chem. Descr@.: Dicyandiamide, 0 5 1 % inert flow control additive
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for powd. coatings, film adhesives Chem. Descrip.: Amino-functional kaolin clay
CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
Properties: Powd., < 5 p; sp.gr. 0.28; m.p. 403 F; heat distort. temp. 250
Uses: Amino functional kaolin filler for rubber compds., plastics, adhe-
F (264 psi)
Use Level: 4-15 phr sives, variety of protective coatings, traffic paints, joint compds.; offers
Amicure@ CG-NA [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] improved modulus, higher tens. str., inc. tear resist., lower heat buildup;
compression set, lower die swell, and improved barrier props.
Chem. Descrip.: Dicyandiamide, unpulverized, with no inert flow control
agent
Properties: Wh.; 0.3 p median particle size; 0.25% max. on 325 mesh;
sp.gr. 2.60; surf. area (B.E.T.) 22-26 m’lg; GE brightness 70-80; pH 7.0-
CAS 461-58-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 207-312-8
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for elec. laminates, adhesives, powd. coatings 8.0 (28% solids); 1% max. moisture
Features: Rec. where the total resin system is pulverized prior to extru- AMPS@2401 Monomer [Lubrizol]
sion Chem. Descrip.: 90-100% 2-Acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonicacid
Properties: Powd.; < 180 p; sp.gr. 0.60; m.p. 403 F; heat distort. temp. CAS 15214-89-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 239-268-0
250 F 1264 mil Uses: Protectivecolloid andlor copolymerizablesurfactant in acryliclmodi-
Use Level: 4115phr fied acrylic latexes for use in paints, adhesives, and sealants; acrylicl
Amicure@ CL-485 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] modified acrylic water-reducible resins for use in paints and inks; acrylicl
Chem. Descrip.: Aliphatic amine tetrol modified acrylic printing ink binders; improves latex stability and film
Uses: Crosslinker and reactivity enhancer for two-part PU coatings, ad- scrub resist.; food-contact paperlpaperboard
hesives, and sealants Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9176.170
Properties: Wh. liq.; sp.gr. 1.03; visc. 50,000 cps; hyd. no. 770; 99% min. Properties: APHA 100 max.; graylwh., free-flowing, crystalline powd.; mild
tert. amine odor; sol. in water; m.w. 207; bulk dens. 4.0 Iblgal; m.p. 185 C (dec.);
Toxicology: Moderate eye irritant acid no. 272-282; 99% min. NV
Storage: Store @ 25-55 C; hygroscopic-cover with dry air or nitrogen Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 500-2000 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 2000 mglkg;
atmosphere; handle in heated equip. mod. toxic; causes severe eye irritation; risk of irreversible eye damage;
Amicure@ PACM [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] may cause heritable genetic damage; components may cause cancer;
Chem. Descr@.: Bis (p-aminocyclohexyl) methane TSCA listed
CAS 1761-71-3 Environmental: LC50 (acute) > 100 ppm (freshwater fish); limited biodeg-
Uses: Elevated temp. epoxy curing agent providing improved high-temp. radation
performance, increased shear str. at elevated temps. in two-component Precaution: Forms explosive dust-air mixt.; incompat. with oxidizing agents;
ambient or heat-cure adhesive formulations for plastic or metal bonding, material may polymerize when heated
filament winding, wet lay-up laminating; casting, RIM, pultrusion for gen- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Thermal decomp. prods.: smoke, CO, alde-
eral industrial, tooling, and automotive applics. hydes; combustion may produce NO,, SO,
Properties: Gardner 2 liq.; sp.gr. 0.96; visc. 80 cps; amine no. 526; equiv. Storage: 1 yr. storage life in original unopened containers; store in dry
wt. 52.5; heat distort. temp. 300 F (264 psi) areas, at 0-100 F
Use Level: 28 phr AMPS@2403 Monomer [Lubrizol]
Amicure@TEDA [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] Chem. Descr@.:2-Acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonicacid sodium salt,
Chem. Descrip.: Triethylene diamine 50% aq. sol’n.
CAS 280-57-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 205-999-9 CAS 5165-97-9
Uses: Catalyst for PU coatings, adhesives, sealants Uses: Polymerization monomer with end-uses in water treatment, coat-
Features: Minimal catalytic activity ings, caulks, adhesives, medical, personal care, detergents, cleaners,
Properties: Solid emulsion polymers, leather tanning polymers

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Ancamidea 260A

Features: Highly reactive; adds anionic char. to polymers; hydrolytic and Amsperse@ FR MP-1 [Amspec]
thermal stability; polyvalent cation tolerance Chem. Descrip.: Disp. of bromine and antimony contg. compds. with la-
Properties: Lt. yel. bright, cl. liq.; m.w. 229; sp.gr. 1.2-1.23 (15.6 C); dens. tex
1.21 kgll; visc. 6.0 cSt (40 C); pH 8.3 min.; ref. index 1.419-1.424; 47- Uses: Flame retardant for coating syn. or blended fiber fabrics, flock ad-
51% wlw hesives
Toxicology: Min. oral toxicity Features: Gives clear finish; can be applied by padding or spraying
Storage: Store in moisture-proof, stainless steel containers Properties: 33% act.
AMPS@2404 Monomer [Lubrizol] Amsperse@LD-001 [Amspec]
Chem. Descrip.: 90-100% 2-Acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonicacid Chem. Descrip.: Organics-based disp. of antimony oxide
CAS 15214-89-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 239-268-0 Uses: Flame retardant for thermoplastics, thermosets, paints, rubber,
Uses: Protectivecolloid andlor copolymerizablesurfactant in acryliclmodi- adhesives, elastomers
fied acrylic latexes for use in paints, adhesives, and sealants; acrylicl Features: Used in combination with halogenated organics; nondusting;
modified acrylic water-reducible resins for use in paints and inks; acrylicl exc. disp.; pumpable
modified acrylic printing ink binders; improves latex stability, film scrub Properties: Off-wh. liq.; sp.gr. 3.2; dens. 27 Iblgal; visc. 5000-20,000 cps;
resist.; food-contact paperlpaperboard 87% solids; 73% Sb
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5176.170 Environmental: Environmentally friendly
Properties: APHA 100 max.; graylwh., free-flowing, crystalline powd.; mild Anar 545 [Anar]
odor; sol. in water; m.w. 207; bulk dens. 4.0 Iblgal; m.p. 185 C (dec.); Chem. Descrip.: 82% tallow, 18% coconut
acid no. 280 max.; 99% min. NV Uses: Soap base for mfg. powdered hand soaps, bar soaps, adhesives,
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 500-2000 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 2000 mglkg; burnishing, wire drawing, and laundry compds.
mod. toxic; causes severe eye irritation; risk of irreversible eye damage; Features: Neutral
components may cause cancer; TSCA listed Properties: Wh. to off-wh. granule; 94.9% min. anhydrous sodium salt;
Environmental: LC50 (acute) > 100 ppm (freshwater fish); limited biodeg- 8% moisture
radation Ancamide@ 220 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
Precaution: Forms explosive dust-air mixt.; incompat. with oxidizing agents; Chem. Descrip.: Polyamide
may polymerize when heated CAS 25038-54-4
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Thermal decomp. prods.: smoke, CO, alde- Uses: Epoxy curing agent for sob.-based maintenance coatings, prim-
hydes; combustion may produce NO,, SO, ers, sealers, coatings for concrete floorings; food pkg. adhesives, coat-
Storage: 1 yr. storage life in original unopened containers; store in dry ings, paperlpaperboard
areas, at 0-100 F Features: R.T. curing; provides high flexibility, long pot life; cure can be
AMPS@2405 Monomer [Lubrizol] accelerated with up to 5 phr Ancamine K54
Chem. Descrip.: Sodium 2-acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonatesol'n. Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 175.300, 176.170
CAS 5165-97-9 Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.970; visc. 330,000 cps; amine no. 245;
Uses: Protectivecolloid andlor copolymerizablesurfactant in acryliclmodi- equiv. wt. 185
fied acrylic latexes for use in paints, adhesives, and sealants; acrylicl Ancamide@ 220-IPA-73 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
modified acrylic water reducible resins for use in paints and inks; acrylicl Chem. Descrip.: 73% Polyamide sol'n. in isopropanol
modified acrylic printing ink binders; improves latex stability, film scrub Uses: Epoxy curing agent for sob.-based maintenance coatings, prim-
resist. ers, sealers, coatings for concrete floorings; food pkg. adhesives, coat-
Properties: APHA 90 max.; bright, clear, extremely It. yel. liq.; mild odor; ings, paperlpaperboard
sol. in water; m.w. 229; sp.gr. 1.2-1.23 (15.6 C); dens. 10.08 Iblgal; visc. Features: R.T. curing; provides high flexibility, long pot life
6 cSt (40 C); ref. index 1.419-1.424; pH 8-10; 4545% act., 49% water; Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 175.300, 176.170
65-90 ppm MMEHQ inhibitor Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.940; visc. 2100 cps; amine no. 180;
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 2000 mglkg; equiv. wt. 253
not expected to cause eye or primary skin irritation; min. oral toxicity; Ancamide@ 220-X-70 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
TSCA listed Chem. Descrip.: 70% Polyamide sol'n. in xylene
Precaution: May polymerizewhen heated; incompat.with oxidizing agents; Uses: Epoxy curing agent for sob.-based maintenance coatings, prim-
thermal decomp. and combustion not expected to occur except under ers, sealers, coatings for concrete floorings; food pkg. adhesives, coat-
extreme conditions ings, paperlpaperboard
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Burning may produce toxic fumes Features: R.T. curing; provides high flexibility, long pot life
Storage: 1 yr. storage life in original unopened containers; store in dry Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 175.300, 176.170
areas, at 0-100 F Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.940; visc. 1100 cps; amine no. 170;
AMPS@2411 Monomer [Lubrizol] equiv. wt. 264
Chem. Descrip.: Ammonium 2-acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonate Ancamide@ 220-X-80 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
Uses: Protectivecolloid andlor copolymerizablesurfactant in acryliclmodi- Chem. Descrip.: Polyamide in xylene
fied acrylic latexes for use in paints, adhesives, and sealants; acrylicl Uses: Curing agent for solvent-borne maintenance coatings, and prim-
modified acrylic water reducible resins for use in paints and inks; acrylicl erslsealerslpaints for concrete
modified acrylic printing ink binders; improves latex stability, film scrub Features: High flexibility
resist. Properties: Gardner 7 color; sp.gr. 0.95; visc. 5500 cps; amine no. 195;
Properties: Mild odor; m.w. 224; sp.gr. 1.141 glcc; dens. 9.5 Iblgal; visc. EEW 230; 80% solids
5.5 cSt (40 C); ref. index 1.42; pH 6.4; 50% ammonium salt sol'n. Use Level: 120 phr
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mglk, (skin, rabbit) > 2000 mglkg; not Ancamide@260A [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
expected to cause eye or primary skin irritation; TSCA listed
Precaution: Avoid contact with reactive chems.; thermal decomp. and Chem. Descrip.: Amidelimidazoline
combustion are not expected to occur except under extreme conditions Uses: Epoxy curing agent for coatings, concrete repairs, sealants, cable-
Storage: 1 yr. storage life in original unopened container; do not store aq. jointing compds., consumer adhesives; food pkg. adhesives, coatings,
sol'ns. of monomer or its ammonium salt in carbon steel containers paperlpaperboard
Amsperse@ FR 51 [Amspec] Features: R.T. curing; 1:l vol. ratios with std. liq. epoxy resin possible;
Chem. Descrip.: Disp. of decabromodiphenyl oxide and antimony oxide improved reactivity, chem. resist., or visc. reduction in blends
(51) Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 175.300, 176.170
Uses: Flame retardant for use with latex binder for coating syn. or blended Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.960; visc. 40,000 cps; amine no. 350;
fiber fabrics, and in flock adhesives equiv. wt. 120
Properties: 67.5% act. Use Level: 65 phr

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AncamideB 260TN

Ancamidea 260TN [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.300,176.170
Chem. Descrip.: Amidelimidazoline Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.950; visc. 300 cps; amine no. 450;
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for coatings, concrete repairs, sealants, cable- equiv. wt. 90; heat distort. temp. 113 F (264 psi)
jointing compds., consumer adhesives, coal tar-extended coatings; food Use Level: 50 phr
pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard AncamideB 503 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
Features: R.T. curing; higher imidazoline version of Ancamide 260A for Chem. Descrip.: Amide
improved compatibility Uses: Epoxy curing agent for concrete coatings, floorings, old-to-new
Regu/atory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 175.300,176.170 concrete adhesives, tile grouts; food pkg. coatings, paperlpaperboard
Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.960; visc. 35,000 cps; amine no. 350; features: R.T. curing; provides faster pot life and thin film cure time than
equiv. wt.120 Ancamide 500 or 502
Use Level: 65 phr Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.300,176.170
Ancamidea 350A [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] Properties: Gardner 6 liq.; sp.gr. 0.950; visc. 350 cps; amine no. 500;
Chem. Descrip.: lmidazolinelamide equiv. wt. 90; heat distort. temp. 119 F (264 psi)
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for high-solids coatings, adhesives, sealants, Use Level: 50 phr
punies, flexible cable-jointing compds.; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, AncamideB 506 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
paperlpaperboard Chem. Descrip.: lmidazolinelamide
Features: R.T. curing; improved chem. soh. resist. Uses: Epoxy curing agent for civil engineering, building and construction,
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 175.300,176.170 wet lay-up laminates, elec. encapsulation, high-solids coatings (often
Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.970; visc. 11,000 cps; amine no. 380; with Ancamine 1618 or 1693); pot life extender for cycloaliphatic amine;
equiv. wt.100 food pkg. coatings, paperlpaperboard
Use Level: 55 phr features: R.T. curing; provides highest imidazolinecontent of amidoamine
Ancamidea 375A [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] range giving lowest reactivitylvisc., good thru-cure with very little exotherm
Chem. Descrip.: lmidazolinelamide Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.300,176.170
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for low-VOC coatings, adhesives, sealants, Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.940; visc. 300 cps; amine no. 420;
punies, flexible cable-jointing compds.; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, equiv. wt. 105; heat distort. temp. 113 F (264 psi)
paperlpaperboard Use Level: 55 phr
Features: R.T. curing AncamideB 507 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 175.300,176.170 Chem. Descrb.: Amidoamine adduct
Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.960; visc. 150 cps; amine no. 379; Uses: Epoxy curing agent for high-solids, anticorrosive marine coatings,
equiv. wt.100 concrete patching and flooring mortars, adhesives and patch kits; food
Use Level: 50 phr pkg. coatings, paperlpaperboard
AncamideB 400 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.] Features: R.T. curing; provides fast cure, improved water resist.; for use
Chem. Descrb.: Polyamide alone or with polyamide adducts
CAS 25038-54-4 Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR ~175.300,176.170
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for coatings, floorings, adhesives, sealants, Properties: Gardner 6 liq.; sp.gr. 0.990; visc. 950 cps; amine no. 600;
punies, elec. potting, water-wipeable grouts equiv. wt.65; heat distort. temp. 127 F (264 psi)
Features: R.T. curing; rapid cure; compat. with bisphenol F and conven- Use Level: 35 phr
tional epoxy resins without induction; good color AncamideB 700-B-75 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.970; visc. 1600 cps; amine no. 405; Chem. Descrip.: Polyamide adduct, 75% solids in butanol
equiv. wt.95 Uses: Epoxy curing agent for high-solids anticorrosive coatings for ma-
Use Level: 50 phr rinelindustrial use; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard
AncamideB 500 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.] features: R.T. curing; provides exc. adhesion and cure under adverse
Chem. Descrb.: Amidelimidazoline conditions; no induction period required
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for concrete coatings, tile grouts, crack injec- Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 175.300, 176.170; meets US Navy
tion, floorings, riverstone mortars, elec. encapsulation, tooling, general- MIL-P-24441
purpose adhesives; food pkg. coatings, paperlpaperboard Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.960; visc. 5000 cps; amine no. 240;
Features: R.T. curing; provides low visc., moderate pot life, good adhe- equiv. wt.170
sion to concrete; used alone or with other curing agents; noncritical mix-
ing ratio Use Level: 90 phr
Regu/atory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.300,176.170 AncamideB 801 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.950; visc. 250 cps; amine no. 445; Chem. Descrip.: Polyamide
equiv. wt.90; heat distort. temp. 113 F (264 psi) CAS 25038-54-4
Use Level: 50 phr Uses: Curing agent for high solids, low VOC marine and industrial main-
AncamideB 501 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.] tenance coatings, adhesives and sealants, concrete sealers, primers,
Chem. Descrip.: Modified amidelimidazoline; accelerated version of and paints
Ancamide 500 Features: Plasticizer-free; corrosion resist., rapid dry times, good flexibil-
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for matte floorings, concrete coatings, patch- ity, and high gloss
ing compds., old-to-new concrete adhesives; food pkg. coatings, paper/ Properties: Gardner 6 color; sp.gr. 0.97; visc. 14,000 cps; amine no. 348;
paperboard EEW 145; work life 83 min. (077 F, 150 g mix)
Features: R.T. curing; provides cures under humid conditions, very good Use Level: 76 phr
adhesion, exc. adhesion to concrete, good chem. resist. AncamideB 802 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR ~175.300,176.170 Chem. Descrip.: Polyamide
Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.980; visc. 600 cps; amine no. 550;
equiv. wt. 68; heat distort. temp. 116 F (264 psi) CAS 25038-54-4
Use Level: 35 phr Uses: Curing agent for coatings with high gloss exudate-free films (ma-
Ancamidea 502 [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] rine and industrial maintenance coatings, adhesives and sealants, con-
Chem. Descrip.: Amidelimidazoline; short pot life version of Ancamide crete sealers, primers, and paints)
500 Features: Plasticizer-free; imparts corrosion resist., good flexibility and
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for matte floorings, concrete coatings, patch- rapid dry times
ing compds., old-to-new concrete adhesives; food pkg. coatings, paper/ Properties: Gardner 6 color; sp.gr. 0.99; visc. 32,000 cps; amine no. 311;
paperboard EEW 175; work life 88 min. (077 F, 150 g mix)
Features: R.T. curing; provides short pot life Use Level: 92 phr

48 HANDBOOK OF ADHESIVE CHEMICAL AND COMPOUNDING INGREDIENTS
Ancarnine@1767

Ancamidea 805 [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] Features: For applics. where high filler loading with good handling is
Chem. Descrip.: Amidoamine (93%), triethylenetetramine (5%), aminoethyl needed
piperazine (2%) Properties: Gardner 7 color; sp.gr. 0.97; visc. 5500 cps; amine no. 370;
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for high-solidsllow-VOC, ambient-cure epoxy EEW 125; work life 130 min. (@ 77 F, 150 g mix)
coatings, adhesives, sealants, concrete coatings Use Level: 60-65 phr
Fearures: High-performance, cost-effective; fast dry times; exc. barrier Ancarnine@1110 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
props.; good film appearance Chem. Descrip.: Dimethylaminomethyl phenol
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 5312 immediateand delayed health CAS 25338-55-0
hazard, 9313 nonreportable Uses: Epoxy curing agent for wet concrete adhesives and coatings in
Properties: Orange mobile liq.; sl. sol. in water; sp.gr. 1.OO; vapor pres- combination with polysulfide and polymercaptan, elec. castings in com-
sure 2.20301 mm Hg (21 C); b.p. > 200 C; flash pt. (CC) > 93.33 C; pH bination with anhydrides
alkaline Features: R.T. curing; reduced reactivity variant of Ancamine K54
Toxicology: Severe eye irritant; may cause skin sensitization; readily ab- Properties: Pale brn. liq.; sp.gr. 1.03; visc. 300 cps; amine no. 370
sorbed through skin and may cause nausea, headache, discomfort; TSCA Use Level: 1-15 phr
listed Ancarnine@1608 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Precaution: Corrosive; incompat. with oxidizing agents-may cause sud- Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine
den reaction or fire; incompat. with min. acids, org. acids, Na or Ca Uses: Epoxy curing agent for high-solids, soh.-free maintenance coat-
hypochlorite; may form nitrosamines (carcinogens) in contact with ni- ings, tank linings, wet lay-up laminating, adhesives; accelerator for
trous acid, nitrites, etc. amidoamines; food pkg. coatings
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: May generate toxic or irritating combustion Features: R.T. curing; provides chem. and solv. resist.
prods., CO, CO,, NO,, ammonia, nitric acid, nitrosamines Regularory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.300
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 1 Properties: Gardner 3 liq.; sp.gr. 1.08; visc. 3500 cps; amine no. 800;
Storage: Store in cool, dry, ventilated area in closed containers; store equiv. wt.44; heat distort. temp. 147 F (264 psi)
above 40 F; may partially freeze with extended exposure to cold temps.; Use Level: 20 phr
may coagulate on freezing, thawing, or boiling Ancarnine@1618 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Ancamidea 2050 [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Modified cycloaliphatic amine
Chem. Descrip.: Polyamide adduct Uses: Epoxy curing agent for sob.-free and high-solidscoatings, gel coats,
CAS 25038-54-4 self-leveling floorings, mortars, water-wipeable tile grouts; food pkg.
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for high-solids coatings, primers and coatings adhesives
for concrete adhesives, sealants, putties, flexible cable-jointing compds. Fearures: R.T. curing; provides exc. color, color stability, high gloss,
Fearures: R.T. curing; achieves high gloss, flexibility, hardness, and re- nonblushing surf. appearance, good chem. resist.
verse impact resist. with liq. epoxy resins; no induction required; non- Regularory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105
critical loading (70-100 phr) Properties: Gardner 1 liq.; sp.gr. 1.03; visc. 400 cps; amine no. 275; equiv.
Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 1.02; visc. 4000 cps; amine no. 225; wt.113; heat distort. temp. 115 F (264 psi)
equiv. wt.150 Use Level: 60 phr
Use Level: 70 phr Ancarnine@1637 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Ancamidea 2137 [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine
Chem. Descrip.: Amidoamine adduct Uses: Epoxy curing agent for laminates, adhesives, soh.-free coatings,
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for high-solids coatings, adhesives, sealants, floorings, machinery grouts, coal tar-extended coatings and castings
putties, flexible cable-jointing compds., coatings and primers for con- Features: R.T. curing; provides good chem. resist., exc. resist. to gaso-
crete hol, good compat. with epoxy novolacs; cures down to 35 F under ad-
Fearures: R.T. curing; provides improved resist. to blush and exudation, verse conditions
exc. flexibility and reverse impact resist., noncritical loading (70-100 phr) Properties: Gardner 6 liq.; sp.gr. 1.09; visc. 4000 cps; amine no. 750;
Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 1.039; visc. 1800 cps; amine no. 300; equiv. wt. 50; heat distort. temp. 129 F (264 psi)
equiv. wt. 150; heat distort. temp. 112 F (264 psi) Use Level: 26 phr
Use Level: 70 phr Ancarnine@1638 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine
Ancamidea 2349 [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] Uses: Epoxy curing agent for adhesives, grouts, floor coatings, wet lay-
Chem. Descrip.: Modified amidelimidazoline; noncorrosive version of up laminating; accelerator and visc. reducer for other amines
Ancamide 501 Features: R.T. curing; provides very low visc., fast cure rate, good chem.
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for civil engineering applics., high-solids coat- resist., high heat distort.
ings, concrete adhesive Properties; Gardner 2 liq.; sp.gr. 1.03; visc. 100 cps; amine no. 1070;
Fearures: R.T. curing; provides good adhesion, exc. adhesion to con- equiv. wt.31; heat distort. temp. 150 F (264 psi)
crete, good chem. resist. Use Level: 15 phr
Properties: Gardner 7 liq.; sp.gr. 0.980; visc. 800 cps; amine no. 550;
equiv. wt. 68 Ancarnine@1644 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Use Level: 35 phr Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine
AncarnideB 2424 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.] Uses: Epoxy curing agent for floor coatings, fast-setting adhesives, cold
Chem. Descrip.: Modified polyamide weather patching compds.; accelerator for cycloaliphatic amines, ali-
Uses: Epoxy curing agent, diluent for two-component structural adhe- phatic amines, polyamides, and amidoamines
sives Features: R.T. curing; provides resist. to blushing and formation of greasy
Fearures: For liq. epoxy resins; inc. reactivity versus conventional polya- surfs. during thin film cure, fast cure, It. color, moisture insensitivity, tough
mides; enhances low temp. cure cures
Properties: Amber cl. liq.; sp.gr. 1.0014; visc. 14,000 cP; amine no. 327; Properties: Gardner 2 liq.; sp.gr. 0.970; visc. 2500 cps; amine no. 385;
flash pt. (CC) 274 F; 100% solids equiv. wt. 154; heat distort. temp. 124 F (264 psi)
Use Level: 60 phr (EEW = 190) Use Level: 75 phr
Storage: > 2 yrs. shelf life in sealed containers @ R.T. Ancarnine@1767 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
AncarnideB 2482 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine
Chem. Descrip.: Modified polyamide Uses: Epoxy curing agent for floor coatings, fast-setting adhesives, cold
CAS 25038-54-4 weather patching compds.; accelerator for cycloaliphatic amines, ali-
Uses: Curing agent for two-component ambient temp. or heat-cured ad- phatic amines, polyamides, and amidoamines
hesives for metal, plastic, or woodbonding Features: R.T. curing; provides resist. to blushing and formation of greasy

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Ancarnine@ 1768

surfs. during thin film cure, fast cure, It. color, moisture insensitivity, low UN 2735
modulus, high flexibility Uses: Epoxy curing agent for soh-free, high-solids coatings, adhesives,
Properties: Gardner 2 liq.; sp.gr. 0.970; visc. 6000 cps; amine no. 310; concrete patchingcompds.; accelerator for cycloaliphatic amine, aliphatic
equiv. wt. 180; heat distort. temp. 83 F (264 psi) amine, and amidoamine cured coatings and floorings
Use Level: 100 phr features: R.T. curing; provides very rapid cure at low temps.; in combina-
Ancarnine@ 1768 [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] tion with extenders gives high-gloss films; phenol-free
Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine Regulatory: SARA 5312 immediate and delayed health hazard, 9313
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for floor coatings, fast-sening adhesives, cold nonreportable; Canada DSL, EINECS listed
weather patching compds.; accelerator for cycloaliphatic amines, ali- Properties: Amber mobile liq.; fishy odor; sol. < 1% in water; sp.gr. 1.OO;
phatic amines, polyamides, and amidoamines visc. 100 cps; vapor pressure < 10.34 mm Hg (21 C); b.p. 230 C; flash
Features: R.T. curing; providing resist. to blushing and formation of greasy pt. (CC) > 93.33 C; pH alkaline; amine no. 380; equiv. wt. 75; heat dis-
surfs. during thin film cure, fast cure, It. color, moisture insensitivity, harder tort. temp. 133 F (264 psi)
more rigid cures Use Level: 40 phr
Properties: Gardner 2 liq.; sp.gr. 0.972; visc. 250 cps; amine no. 610; Toxicology: Harmful if swallowed; corrosive to eyes, skin, respiratory sys-
equiv. wt. 95; heat distort. temp. 147 F (264 psi) tem; severe eyelskinlrespiratory tract irritant; may cause skin sensitiza-
Use Level: 50 phr tion, burns, blindness; chronic inh. may cause sore throat, unconscious-
Ancarnine@ 1769 [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] ness, death; TSCA listed
Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine Precaution: Corrosive; incompat. with min. acids, org. acids, oxidizers,
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for small elec. potting and castings, wet lay-up reactive metals, Na or Ca hypochlorite; may form nitrosamines (carcino-
laminating, gel coats, repair kits, adhesives gens) in contact with nitrous acid, nitrites, etc.
Features: Room or elevated temp. curing; provides low visc., shrinkage, Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: May generate toxic or irritating combustion
vapor pressure; yields good mech. and elec. props. prods., CO, CO,, NO,, ammonia, nitric acid, nitrosamines, aldehydes
Properties: Gardner 1 liq.; sp.gr. 1.01;visc. 600 cps; amine no. 965; equiv. HMIS: Health 3, Flammability 1
wt. 48; heat distort. temp. 125 F (264 psi) Storage: Store in cool, dry, ventilated area in closed containers
Use Level: 25 phr Ancarnine@2205 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Ancarnine@ 1784 [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Modifiedaliphatic amine; phenol-freeversion of Ancamine
Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine AD
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for high-solids and sob.-free coatings, floor- Uses: R.T. epoxy curing agent for adhesives, concrete bonding, crack
ings, riverstone mortars, laminates, castings, adhesives filling; accelerator for polyamides and amidoamines
features: R.T. curing; provides long pot life, low visc., It. color, good color features: Provides good low temp. cure and adhesion to concrete
stability; cured film props. incl. high gloss, flexibility, freedom from blush Properties: Gardner 4 liq.; sp.gr. 1.05; visc. 3600 cps; amine no. 600;
Properties: Gardner 1 liq.; sp.gr. 0.950; visc. 50 cps; amine no. 320; equiv. equiv. wt. 95
wt. 86; heat distort. temp. 122 F (264 psi) Use Level: 50 phr
Use Level: 40 phr Ancarnine@2337s [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.]
Ancarnine@ 1922 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine
Chem. Descrip.: Diethylene glycol di(aminopropy1) ether Uses: Curing agent for epoxy resins for one-component conduction or
CAS 4246-51-9 induction heat-cure adhesives, potting, coatings, hot-melt prepregs; co-
Uses: Room or elevated temp. epoxy curing agent for structural adhe- cure accelerator with Ancamine 201 4 curing agents
sives, elec. poninglencapsulation for aerospace, automotive, and other features: Latent curing; very rapid reactivity above 70 C; provides rapid
high-performance applics. green str. development; good adhesion
Features: Provides exceptional toughness, resiliency, thermal shock re- Properties: Lt. yel. micronized powd.; 90% 2 10 v; m.p. 63-78 C; amine
sist., outstanding impact resist., good elec. props. no. 250-270
Properties: Gardner 1 liq.; sp.gr. 1.OO;visc. 10 cps; amine no. 507; equiv. Use Level: 40-50 phr (EEW=190)
wt. 55; heat distort. temp. 109 F (264 psi) Storage: 6 mos. min. storage life in sealed containers @J ambient temps.
Use Level: 29 phr Ancarnine@2457 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Ancarnine@2014AS [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine (ketimine)
Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine Uses: Curing agent for high-solids marine and industrial maintenance
Uses: Elevated temp. latent epoxy curing agent for one-component ad- coatings, adhesives, and industrial flooring applics.
hesives, small-scale potting and casting, prepregs, film adhesives; Properties: Gardner 4 color; sp.gr. 0.875; visc. 10 cps; EEW 52
dicyandiamide cure accelerator Use Level: 28 phr
features: Providing extremely long shelf stability in undiluted resins, exc. Ancarnine@2458 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
low temp. reactivity; cures rapidly above its activation temp. (167 F) Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine (ketimine)
Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; avg. particle size 10 v; easily dis- Uses: Curing agent for high-solids marine and industrial maintenance
persed in liq. epoxy resin; bulk dens. 0.253 g/cm3;m.p. 205 F; amine no. coatings, adhesives, and industrial flooring applics.
184; equiv. wt. 52 Properties: Gardner 4 color; sp.gr. 0.875; visc. 5 cps; EEW 55
Use Level: 25 phr Use Level: 30 phr
Storage: 6 mos. min. storage life in sealed containers @ ambient temps. Ancarnine@2459 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Ancarnine@2014FG [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine (ketimine)
Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine; finer version of Ancamine Uses: Curing agent for high-solids marine and industrial maintenance
2014AS coatings, high gloss laboratory finishes, adhesives, and industrial floor-
Uses: Elevated temp. latent epoxy curing agent for one-component ad- ing applics.
hesives, small-scale potting and casting, prepregs, film adhesives; ac- Properties: Gardner 6 color; sp.gr. 0.970; visc. 300 cps; EEW 101
celerator for dicyandiamide
Use Level: 54 phr
features: Provides faster development of props.; finer particles reduce
the formulation shelf stability when used as sole curing agent Ancarnine@2481 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.]
Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; 90% < 6 v particle size; bulk dens. Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic polyamine
0.344 g/cm3; m.p. 205 F; amine no. 184; equiv. wt. 52 Chem.Analysis: Nonylphenol (< 30%);1-(2-aminoethylpiperazine(< 20%);
Use Level: 25 phr pentaethylenehexamine (<I0%)
Storage: 6 mos. min. storage life in sealed containers @ ambient temps. UN 2735
Ancarnine@20891111 [Air Prods./Perf. Chems.] Uses: Epoxy curing agent for flooring, concrete adhesives, repair mor-
Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine contg. trimethylhexamethylene- tars, and high-solids coatings; accelerator for other curing agents in e p
diamine (> 25%), pt-butylphenol (< SO%), MXDA (< 30%) oxy formulations

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Anchor@ LR

Regulatory: DOT regulated; SARA 5312 immediate health hazard; SARA Ancarnine@T [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
5313 nonreportable; EEC corrosive Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine
Properties: Lt. yel. liq.; sp.gr. 1.03; visc. 1000 cps; b.p. 227.78 C; amine Uses: R.T. or elevated temp. epoxy curing agent for wet lay-up laminat-
no. 415; flash pt. 248 F; pH alkaline; typ. cure 2-7 days @ R.T. ing, tooling, food pkg. adhesives, boat and auto body patch repair kits
Use Level: 47 phr Features: Provides exc. color, good resist. to solvs.
Toxicology: LD50 (skin, rabbit) > 880 mglkg; toxic by skin absorp.; severe Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105
irritant and corrosive to respiratory system, skin, and eyes; may cause Properties; Gardner 1 liq.; sp.gr. 1.03; visc. 300 cps; amine no. 1145;
skin sensitization equiv. wt. 36; heat distort. temp. 129 F (264 psi)
Precaution: Corrosive; incompat. with acids, oxidizers, reactive metals; Use Level: 20 phr
do not use sodium nitrite or other nitrosating agents in formulations as Toxicology: Reduced level of skin irritation relative to most aliphatic
nitrosamines could be formed polyamines
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Thermal decomp. may produce CO, CO,, Ancarnine@T-1 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
NO,, ammonia gas, nitric acid Chem. Descrip.: Modifiedaliphatic amine; acceleratedversion of Ancamine
HMIS: Health 3, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 T
Storage: 2 yrs. shelf life in original sealed containers @ R.T. and well- Uses: R.T. epoxy curing agent for wet lay-up laminating, tooling, food
ventilated; keep away from excessive heat and humidity pkg. adhesives, boat and auto body patch repair kits
Ancarnine@2489 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] features: Provides faster thin film cure and reduced sensitivity to mois-
Chem. Descrip.: Modified cycloaliphatic amine adduct ture during cure
Uses: Curing agent for decorative and industrial flooring, chemically re- Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105
sist. high solids coatings, mortars and grouts, and concrete sealerslprim- Properties: Gardner 1 liq.; sp.gr. 1.07; visc. 1500 cps; amine no. 885;
ers equiv. wt. 47; heat distort. temp. 140 F (264 psi)
features: Imparts high gloss and blush resist. Use Level: 25 phr
Properties: Gardner 2 color; sp.gr. 1.04; visc. 80 cps; amine no. 360; Toxicology: Reduced level of skin irritation relative to most aliphatic
EEW 83; work life 32 min. (@ 77 F, 150 g mix) polyamines
Use Level: 44 phr Ancarnine@TEPA [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
Ancarnine@2505 [Air ProdsJPerf. Chems.] Chem. Descrip.: Tetraethylenepentamine
Chem. Descr@.: Modified cycloaliphatic amine CAS 112-57-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-986-2
Uses: Curing agent for industrial flooring and secondary containment lin- Uses: Epoxy curing agent for flooring, sol'n. coatings, and encapsulation;
ings, chemically resist. mortars and high solids coatings intermediates for amidoamines, imidazolines, epoxy adducts, and other
features: Very good chem. resist., waterspot resist., and resist. to amine addition compds.; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paperlpaperboard
blush features: R.T. curing
Properties: Gardner 8 color; sp.gr. 1.05; visc. 495 cps; amine no. 270; Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 175.300, 176.170 compliant
EEW 110; work life 31 min. (@ 77 F, 150 g mix) Properties: Gardner 2 liq.; sp.gr. 0.996; visc. 80 cps; amine no. 1340;
Use Level: 58 phr equiv. wt.34; heat distort. temp. 127 F (264 psi); gel time 35 min. (150 g
Ancarnine@AD [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] mix)
Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine Use Level: 18 phr
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for adhesives, patch epoxy coatings, concrete Ancarnine@XT [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
bonding, crack filling; accelerator for other amines Chem. Descrip.: Modified aliphatic amine
features: R.T. curing; provides rapid cure in thin films; cures in cold, Uses: R.T. epoxy curing agent for patch repair; adhesives; co-curing
damp conditions with exc. adhesion to variety of substrates agent for slower amines
Properties: Gardner 6 liq.; sp.gr. 1.08; visc. 1500 cps; amine no. 485; features: Provides fast cure rate and good chem. resist.
equiv. wt. 107; heat distort. temp. 118 F (264 psi) Properties: Gardner 4 liq.; sp.gr. 1.04; visc. 60 cps; amine no. 805; equiv.
Use Level: 60 phr wt. 41; heat distort. temp. 156 F (264 psi)
Ancarnine@AEP [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] Use Level: 25 phr
Chem. Descrip.: Aminoethylpiperazine Ancarnine@Z [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
CAS 140-31-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 205-411-0 Chem. Descrip.: Mixt. of aromatic diamines
Uses: Ambient or elevated temp. epoxy curing agent for civil engineering Uses: Epoxy curing agent for structural applics., castings for plastic tool-
adhesives, trowelable flooring and decoupage, sm. elec. pottings and ing, elec.lelectronic encapsulation, adhesives, laminates, composites
encapsulation; an accelerating co-curing agent for other amines for aircraft, filament wound pipe and tanks
Properties: Gardner 1 color; sp.gr. 0.984; visc. 10 cps; amine no. 1297; Features: For liq. epoxy resins; exc. chem. and soh. resist. and high
gel time 19 min. (150 g mix) deflection temps.
Ancarnine@ K54 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] Properties; Sp.gr. 1.14; dens. 9.5 Iblgal; visc. 15-40 poise; flash pt. (Seta)
Chem. Descrip.: 2,4,6-Tris (dimethylaminomethyl) phenol 92.8 C; EEW 38; gel time 8 h (150 9); 17-19% amine nitrogen content
CAS 90-72-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 202-013-9 Use Level: 19-21 phr with epoxy resin of EEW = 190
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for coatings, adhesives, castings, potting, en- Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 0.7 glkg; highly irritating to eyes; moderate
capsulation; activator for epoxy resins cured with wide variety of hard- skin irritant; skin sensitizer; may cause cancer and induce toxic hepati-
ener types incl. polyamide, amidoamines, polymercaptans, and anhy- tis; contains p,p'-methylenedianiline (TLV 0.1 ppm TWA, 0.5 ppm STEL)
drides Precaution: Reacts violently with antiperspirants oxidizing agents; ther-
Features: R.T. curing mal decomp. produces CO, NO,
Properties: Amber liq.; sp.gr. 0.980; visc. 200 cps; amine no. 630 Sforage: Store away from direct sunlight; prolonged storage may cause
Use Level: 1-15 phr crystallization or antiperspirants; warm to reliquefy
Ancarnine@MCA [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.] Anchor@ 1170 [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
Chem. Descrip.: Modified cycloaliphatic amine Chem. Descrip.: Boron trifluoride-amine complex
Uses: Epoxy curing agent for industrial flooring mortars with exc. Uses: Epoxy curing agent for laminates, adhesives, body solders
trowelability, coatings and concrete repair mortars, concrete bonding in
combination with polyamides and amidoamines
Properties: Dk. visc. liq.; good sol. in epoxy resins; sp.gr. 1.25; visc. 8000
features: R.T. curing; provides exc. adhesion to cold damp concrete, cps; heat distort. temp. 230 (264 psi)
good chem. resist.; fast curing even in cold (40 F) damp conditions and Use Level: 5-10 phr
under water Anchor@ LR [Tate & Lyle N. Am.]
Properties: Gardner 3 liq.; sp.gr. 1.03; visc. 150 cps; amine no. 305; equiv. Chem. Descrip.: Dent corn starch, acid-modified, visc.-modified
wt. 101; heat distort. temp. 109 F (264 psi) CAS 9005-25-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-679-6
Use Level: 55 phr Uses: Film-former, binder in papermaking, textiles, and adhesives

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Anhydrous Lanolin USP Cosmetic

Anhydrous Lanolin USP Cosmetic [Fanning] 100 g in acetone, benzene, chloroform, 0.03 g in water; m.w. 1178; bulk
Chem. Descrip.: Lanolin dens. 0.65 glml (20 C); flash pt. 299 C
CAS 8006-54-0; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-348-6 Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg, (dermal, rabbit) 3.1 glkg; nonirritat-
Uses: Emollient, moisturizer, protective film-former for skin care, baby ing to skin, nonsensitizing
preps., pharmaceutical ointments, lipstick, shave cream, protective Storage: 1 yr. max. shelf life stored in dark, dry, cool place below 40 C
creams and lotions, makeup, shampoos, sunscreens, burn aids, pet Anox@70 [Great Lakes]
prods.; hair spray plasticizer; EP and slip agent for metalworkinglrust Chem. Descrip.: 2,2’-Thiodiethyl bis-(3,5-di-t-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl)pro-
preventive coatings; plasticizer, lubricant in adhesives; in textile lubri- pionate
cants, printing inks; waterproofing agent for leather CAS 41484-35-9
features: Maintains skin hydration Uses: Antioxidant providing processing and end-use stability for LDPE
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §121.2562, 121.1059, 121.2514, 121.2519, copper wire insulation and cable jacketing, carbon black-loaded
121.2526,121.2531,121.2507,121.2557 polyolefins, chem. crosslinked PE, HIPS, ABS, EPDM, SBR, neoprene,
Properties: Pale yel. tenacious, unctuous substance, faint char. odor; m.p. natural and syn. elastomers; suitable in food pkg. adhesives, lubricants
36-42 C; iodine no. 18-36 for food processing
Anhydrous Lanolin USP Superfine [Fanning] Features: Nonstaining, nondiscoloring
Chem. Descrip.: Lanolin Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 178.3570; EU approvals
CAS 8006-54-0; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-348-6 Properties: Wh. free-flowing cryst. powd., odorless; sol. (glIO0 ml): > 509
Uses: Emollient, moisturizer, protective film-former for skin care, baby in acetone, chloroform, 48 g in ethyl acetate, 6 g in methanol, < 0.01 g in
preps., pharmaceutical ointments, lipstick, shave cream, protective water; m.w. 642; sp.gr. 1.01 glml(20 C); m.p. 63-73 C; flash pt. 279 C
creams and lotions, makeup, shampoos, sunscreens, burn aids, pet Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mglkg; nonirritating to skin and eyes
prods.; hair spray plasticizer; EP and slip agent for metalworkinglrust Storage: 1 yr. storage in sealed containers in cool, dry area
preventive coatings; plasticizer, lubricant in adhesives; in textile lubri- Anox@IC-14 [Great Lakes]
cants, printing inks; waterproofing agent for leather Chem. Descrip.: Tris (3,5-di-t-butyl-4-hydroxybenzyl) isocyanurate
Features: Maintains skin hydration CAS 27676-62-6; ElNECSlELlNCS 248-597-9
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5121.2562, 121.1059, 121.2514, 121.2519, Uses: Antioxidant suitable for food-contact applics. incl. adhesives and
121.2526, 121.2531,121.2507,121.2557 polymers
Properties: Pale yel. tenacious, unctuous substance, faint char. odor; m.p. features: Provides outstanding protection against high temp. degrada-
36-42 C; iodine no. 18-36 tion during processing and thermal stability of service life; nonvolatile;
Anhydrous Lanolin USP Ultrafine [Fanning] nondiscoloring
Chem. Descrip.: Lanolin Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105, 177.1520, 178.2010
CAS 8006-54-0; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-348-6 Properties: Wh. fine powd.; odorless; sol. 42% in dimethylformamide,
Uses: Emollient, moisturizer, protective film-former for skin care, baby 32% in chloroform, 22% in acetone, 8.7% in benzene, 1.1% in ethyl
preps., pharmaceutical ointments, lipstick, shave cream, protective alcohol, 0.4% methyl alcohol, 0.1% hexane; insol. in water; m.w. 784;
creams and lotions, makeup, shampoos, sunscreens, burn aids, pet sp.gr. 1.05; m.p. 220 C; flash pt. 289 C
prods.; hair spray plasticizer; EP and slip agent for metalworkinglrust Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 6.8 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 10 glkg; low to sl.
preventive coatings; plasticizer, lubricant in adhesives; in textile lubri- acute toxicity; may cause irritation to eyes, skin, mucous membranes,
cants, printing inks; waterproofing agent for leather and upper respiratory tract
Features: Maintains skin hydration Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizers and org. peroxides; dusts
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5121.2562, 121.1059, 121.2514, 121.2519, can form explosive mixt. with air
121.2526, 121.2531,121.2507,121.2557 Hazardous Ingredients: Tris (3,5-di-t-butyl-4-hydroxybenzyl)isocyanurate
Properties: Pale yel. tenacious, unctuous substance, faint char. odor; m.p. Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Thermal decomp. may produce oxides of
36-42 C; iodine no. 18-36 nitrogen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and other organics
Anox@ 20 [Great Lakes] Storage: Store in sealed containers in cool, dry places; avoid contact with
Chem. Descrip.: Tetrakis methylene (3,5-di-t-butyl-4-hydroxyhydrocinna- open flames
mate) methane Anox@PP18 [Great Lakes]
CAS 6683-19-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 229-722-6 Chem. Descrip.: Octadecyl-3-(3’,5’-di-t-butyl-4 ’-hydroxyphenyl) propionate
Uses: Antioxidant, processing stabilizer for thermoplastic polymers, PP, CAS 2082-79-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 218-216-0
HDPE, LDPE, LLDPE, PA, PVC, rubbers, adhesives; food pkg. coat- Uses: Antioxidantlstabilizer for polyolefins, impact styrenics, block co-
ings, polymers polymers, PVC, PU, elastomers, adhesives; food pkg. adhesives, pa-
Features: Nondiscoloring, nonstaining; esp. effective against polymer perlpaperboard, polymers
thermo oxidative degradation during long term aging Features: Retards oxidative degradation during polymerization, process-
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.300, 177.1310, 177.1330, 177.1350, ing and in end-use applics.
177.1420, 177.1520, 177.1570, 177.1640, 177.2470, 177.2480; BGA, Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105, 176.170, 177.1350, 177.1420,
France, Italy approvals 177.1480, 177.1520, 177.1580, 177.1640, 177.1810, 178.3790; BGA,
Propefries: Wh. cryst. powd. or gran., odorless; sol. (glIO0 ml): > 100 gin France, Italy approvals
acetone, benzene, chloroform, 0.03 g in water; m.w. 1178; sp.gr. 1.045 Properties: Wh. powd., gran. or flakes, odorless; sol. (glIO0 ml): 140 g in
glcc (20 C); m.p. 110-125 C; flash pt. 299 C chloroform, 104 g in xylene, 95 g in ethyl acetate, 52 g in hexane, 50 g in
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg, (dermal, rabbit) 3.1 glkg; nonirritat- acetone; insol. in water; m.w. 531; sp.gr. 1.07 glcc (20 C); m.p. 49-53 C;
ing to skin, nonsensitizing flash pt. 273 C; 98% min. purity
Storage: 1 yr. shelf life stored in cool, dry place axicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 10 glkg, (dermal, rabbit) > 2 glkg; sl. skin
Anox@ 20 AM [Great Lakes] irritation; nonirritating to eyes
Chem. Descrip.: Tetrakis methylene (3,5-di-t-butyl-4-hydroxyhydrocinna- AnquamideB [Air Prods.lPerf. Chems.]
mate) methane Uses: Epoxy curing agent
CAS 6683-19-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 229-722-6
Antiblaze@100 [RhodialPhosphorus Perf. Derivs.]
Uses: Antioxidant for thermoplastics, rubbers, adhesives, polyethylenes;
food pkg. coatings, polymers Chem. Descrip.: Chlorinated diphosphate ester
features: Completely amorphous; good flowability; better disp. in low CAS 38051-10-4
temp. processing Uses: Flame retardant for virgin and bonded flexible urethane foam, in
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.300, 177.1310, 177.1330, 177.1350, textiles, paper, adhesives, and epoxy and phenolic-based laminates
177.1420, 177.1520, 177.1570, 177.1640, 177.2470, 177.2480; BGA, Features: Low volatility; cost-effective means to comply with Cal. 117 and
France, Italy approvals other flamm. tests
Propefries: Dust-free, free-flowing pastilles, odorless; sol. (glIO0 ml): > Properties: Liq.; 10.6% P, 36% CI

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Antioxidant 110

Antiblaze@V6 [Rhodia UKlPhosphorus Perf. Derivs.] convenient handling; if frozen, allow to warm @ R.T. and mix thoroughly
Chem. Descrip.: Chlorinated diphosphate ester before using
Uses: Flame retardant for virgin and bonded flexible urethane foam, and Antifoam T [Bayerllndustrial Chems.iTextile]
in textiles, paper, adhesives, and epoxy and phenolic-based laminates Chem. Descrip.: Tributyl phosphate
Features: Low volatility; cost-effective means to comply with Cal. 117 and CAS 126-73-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 204-800-2
other flamm. tests Uses: Defoamer in concrete additives (esp. concrete contg. lignin sul-
Properties: Liq.; 10.6% P, 36% CI fonate as fluidizer), textile processing chems., glues, adhesives, paper
Antifoam 116 [Harcros] coating slurries, plastic disps., drilling fluids, cementations, lubricants,
Uses: Defoamer for aq. paints, inks, and coatings, chem. processing(batch coatings, electroplating
and continuous), textiles and textile finishes, latex adhesives, food-pkg. Properties: Colorless cl. liq.; sl. pungent odor; sol. in common org. solvs.,
adhesives, food-contact paper coatings, food-contact paperlpaperboard, e.g., aliphatic, aromatic, and chlorinated hydrocarbons, alcohols, esters,
food-contacttextiles; defoamer for PVAL paper coatings and paper sizers ketones, glycol ethers; sol. 0.04% in water (20 C); dens. 0.977 glcm3(20
Features: Nonsilicone C); visc. 3.8 mPa.s (20 C); b.p. 130 C (5 mbar); ref. index 1.424 (20 C)
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.200,176.210, 177.2800 Antifoam@T [Borchers]
Properties: Creamy liq.; sp.gr. 0.86; dens. 7.1 Iblgal; visc. thixotropic @J Uses: Defoamer for emulsion paints, paper coatings, glues, adhesives,
77 F; pour pt. = 30 F; flash pt. > 300 F; 100% act.; nil moisture textile auxiliaries and concrete additives
Use Level: 0.25% on total wt. of system; half added to pigment before Regulatory: BGVV XlV, XXI, XXXVl
qrindinq, half added to let down (paints); 052.0% on wt. of latex solids Properties: Hazen color < 50; dens. 0.975 glcm3;visc. = 4 mPa.s; acid
(adheshes) no. < 0.05 mg KOHlg; ref. index 1.424
Storage: 3 yrs. shelf life; if allowed to sit for extended periods, mix before Sforage: 6 mos. when stored @ 5-30 C; reseal immediately after usage
usirig; exi. storage stability in a variety of temps.; store @ R.T. for con-
venient handling; if frozen, allow to warm @ R.T. and mix thoroughly
Antimicrobial Alphasan@ RC 2000 [Milliken]
before using
Chem. Descrip.: Silver sodium hydrogen zirconium phosphate
Antifoam 8820 [Harcros] CAS 265647-11-8
Chem. Descr@.: Silicone emulsion Uses: Antimicrobial for plastics, fibers, foams and coatings; effective
Uses: Defoamer for hot tubs, spas, agric. applics., wide variety of other against a broad spectrum of microorganisms that cause, discoloration,
aq. processes and prods., food pkg. adhesives, food-contact paper coat- biofouling; Used in food packaging, food processing equipment, fiber
and textiles, kitchen and bath services, medical devices and appliances
ingslpaperlpaperboardlcellophanelresin-bonded filtersltextileslanimal
glue Properties: Wh. powd., odorless; <lop particle size; sp.gr.=3.0; bulk dens.
~0.25;insol. in H,O
Features: Low cost; used as received or prediluted with water or other
process liqs. Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg, (dermal, rat) > 2 glkg; dust may be
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,176.170,176.180,176.200,176.210, irritating to eyes and slightly irritating to respiratory tract; TSCA listed
177.1200, 177.2260, 177.2800, 178.3120; EPA 40CFR ~180.1001c,d Environmental: LC50 (Rainbow trout, 96 h) = 643 ugll, (Bobwhite quail) >
exempt 2 glkg; EC50 (Daphnia magna, 48 h) = 23 ugh, (Algae) = 0.1 - 1.0 mgll
Properties: Wh. creamy liq.; readily disp. in water; sp.gr. 1.OO; dens. 8.3 HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
blgal; visc. 900-2500 cps; flash pt. (PMCC) > 200 F; pH 4-5 (1% aq.); Antimicrobial Alphasan@RC 5000 [Milliken]
nonionic; 20% act. Chem. Descrip.: Silver sodium hydrogen zirconium phosphate ceramic
Use Level: Effective as low as 1% silicone solids; 5-100 ppm ion exchange resin
Storage: Exc. storage stability; 12 mos. min. shelf life when stored in cool CAS 265647-11-8
place (60-75 F) in tightly closed containers; protect from freezing; if freez- Uses: Antimicrobial for plastics, fibers, foams and coatings; effective
ing occurs, thaw and mix thoroughly against a broad spectrum of microorganisms that cause, discoloration,
Antifoam 8830 [Harcros] biofouling; Used in food packaging, food processing equipment, fiber
Chem. Descrip.: Polydimethylsiloxane emulsion and textiles, kitchen and bath services, medical devices and appliances
Uses: Defoamer for chem. processing, agric., textiles, detergents, clean- Properties: Wh. powd., odorless; <lop particle size; sp.gr.3.0; bulk dens.
ers, pulplpaper, petrol. processing, food pkg. adhesives, food-contact =0.25; insol. in H,O
paper coatingslpaperlpaperboardlcellophanelresin-bondedfiltersltex- Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg, (dermal, rat) > 2 glkg; dust may be
tileslanimal glue irritating to eyes and slightly irritating to respiratory tract; TSCA listed
Features: Effective over wide pH range in nonionic, cationic, and anionic Environmental: LC50 (Rainbow trout, 96 h) = 1.2 mgll, (Bluegill sunfish,
systems; can be used as received or prediluted with water or other pro- 96 h) = 1.7 mgb; EC50 (Daphnia magna, 48 h) = 0.1 3 mgb, (Algae, 120
cess liqs. h) = 0.1 56 - 0.625 mgll
Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,176.170,176.180,176.200,176.210, HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
177.1200, 177.2260, 177.2800, 178.3120; EPA 40CFR ~180.1001c,d Antimicrobial Alphasan@ RC 7000 [Milliken]
exempt Chem. Descrip.: Silver sodium hydrogen zirconium phosphate (31.O%);
Properties: Wh. creamy liq.; readily disp. in water; sp.gr. 1.OO; dens. 8.3 Zinc oxide (69.0%)
Iblgal; visc. 800-2500 cps; flash pt. (PMCC) > 200 F; pH 4-5 (1% aq.); CAS 265647-11-8; 1314-13-2
nonionic; 30% act. Uses: Antimicrobial for plastics, fibers, foams and coatings; effective
Use Level: 5-100 ppm against a broad spectrum of microorganisms that cause, discoloration,
Storage: Exc. storage stability; 12 mos. min. shelf life when stored in cool biofouling; Used in food packaging, food processing equipment, fiber
place (60-75 F) in tightly closed containers; protect from freezing; if freez- and textiles, kitchen and bath services, medical devices and appliances
ing occurs, thaw and mix thoroughly Properties: Wh. powd., odorless; <lop particle size; sp.gr~4.2;bulk dens.
Antifoam HL-52 [Harcros] =0.3; insol. in H,O; < 1% volatiles
Uses: Defoamer for aq. paints, inks, and coatings, chem. processing(batch Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg; can cause eye irritation; discomfort
and continuous), textiles and textile finishes, latex adhesives, food-pkg. and blurring of vision may occur; dust may be slightly irritating to respi-
adhesives, food-contact paper coatings, food-contact paperlpaperboard ratory tract; high exposure to zinc oxide fumes may cause ‘zinc chills’ or
Features: Nonsilicone; passes 3 freezelthaw cycles ’metal fume fever‘; essentially nontoxic; TSCA listed
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.200,176.210 Environmental: LC50 (Rainbowtrout, 96 h) = 1.O- 10.0 mgll; EC50 (Daph-
Properties: Yel. creamy liq.; oil-sol.; sp.gr. 0.87; dens. 7.25 Iblgal; flash pt. nia magna, 48 h) = 0.05 - 0.10 mgll, (Algae, 120 h) = 0.1 - 1.0 mgll
(PMCC) 200 F; nonionic; 100% act. HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
Use Level: 0.25% on total wt.of system; half added to pigment before Antioxidant 110 [Lenape Ind.]
grinding, half added to let down (paints); 052.0% on wt. of latex solids Chem. Descrip.: Tetrakis [methylene 3-(3’,5’-di-t-butyl-4’-hydroxyphenyl)
(adhesives) propionate] methane
Storage: Exc. storage stability in a variety of temps.; store @ R.T. for CAS 6683-19-8

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Antioxidant 176

Uses: Antioxidant, heat stabilizer for polyolefins, styrenics, block copoly- AP 1.6 [Lyondell]
mers, elastomers, adhesives, PVC, PU Chem. Descrip.: Ally1 alcohol propoxylate
Feafures: Nonstaining, nondiscoloring; high activity; low volatility; good CAS 9042-19-7
extraction resist. to hot water, detergents; heat stable above 300 C Uses: Functional intermediate for modification of polyester epoxy, sili-
Regu/atoy: Broad FDA status cone, and vinyl resins, for UVlEB or peroxide cure resins, silicone caulks
Properties: Wh. powd.; odorless; sol. (glIO0 ml solv.): 71 g chloroform, 56 and surfactants, vinyl coatings, polyurethane coatings, adhesive resins,
g benzene, 47 g acetone, 1 g methanol, < 0.01 g water; m.w. 1178; bulk durable floor and furniture coatings; can formulate VOC compliant coat-
dens. 1.03m.p. 110-125 C ings
Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 3160 mglkg; Properties: APHA< 50 color; sol. 14% in water; m.w. 150?10; dens. 0.933
LC50 (inh., rat) > 46 mgll; nonirritating to eyeslskin; low oral and dermal glcc; visc. 5 cps; b.p. 156 C-190 C; hyd. no. 370-380 mg KOHlg; flash
toxicity Dt. (Setal 146 F: < 0.5% water
€nvironmenta/: IC20, IC50, IC80 (bacteria) > 100 ppm; LC50 (zebra fish, Tdxico/ogy:LD5O.(oral) 1.Iglkg; LD50 (skin) > 2 glkg; severe eye irritant;
96h) > 100 ppm; EC50 (daphnia magna, 24h) > 86 ppm TSCA listed
Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents; use safety glasses, Precaufion: Combustible; incompat. with strong acids and oxidants
gloves, dust respirator; avoid unnecessary personal contact; avoid con- Storage: Store under nitrogen to preselve prod. purity
tact with eyes and prolonged or repeated skin contact; avoid continuous Aqauzol5 [Polymer Chemistry Innovations]
or repetitive breathing of dust Chem. Descrip.: Poly (2-ethyl-2-oxazoline)(99.9%) and 2-ethyl-2-oxazoline
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO, (< 0.1%)
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 1 CAS 25805-17-8;10431-98-8
Antioxidant 176 [Lenape Ind.] Uses: Hot-melt and pressure-sensitive adhesive; ceramics industry as a
Chem. Descrip.: Octadecyl3-(3’,5’-di-t-butyl-4’-hydroxyphenyl)propionate greenware binder; coatings, textile and fiberglass sizing, lubricants, plas-
CAS 2082-79-3 ticizers, compatibilizers and films
Uses: Antioxidant, heat stabilizer for polyolefins, styrenics, block copoly- Regu/afory: FDA21CFR 5175.105; SARA9311l312 nonreportable; DOT,
mers, elastomers, adhesives, PVC, PU IMO, IMAO nonregulated
Feafures: Nonstaining, nondiscoloring; low volatility; good extraction re- Properties: Lt. yel. solid; sol. in water and many polar, organic solvents;
sist. to hot water, detergents; heat stable m.w. (target) 5000; sp.gr. 1.I 4; kinematic visc. 2-3 cSt; autoignitiontemp.
Regu/atofy: Broad FDA status > 400 C; pH neutral; glass temp. 69-71 C; ref. index 1.52; poly-dispersity
Properties: Wh. powd.; sol. (glIO0 ml solv.): 57 g benzene, 31 g hexane, 3-4
26 g acetone, 0.6 g methanol, 0.01 g water; m.w. 531; sp.gr. 1.02; m.p. Toxico/ogy:LD50 (oral, rat) 3980 mglkg; no adverse health effects known
50-55 C or expected; TSCA listed
Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) > 10,000 mglkg, (skin, rat) > 2000 mglkg; Precaufion: Wear chemical safety goggles, protective gloves, protective
LC50 (inh., rat) > 1.8 mgll; skin irritation, rabbit: draize 0.958; nonirritat- clothing; use respirator if dust is present; decomposes above 300 C
ing to eyeslskin; low oral and dermal toxicity Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Toxic fumes; nitrogen oxides, CO, CO,
Environmental: IC20, IC50, IC80 (bacteria) > 100 ppm; LC50 (zebra fish, Storage: Keep container tightly closed; protect from moisture; incompat.
96h) > 100 ppm; EC50 (daphnia magna, 24h) > 86 ppm with strong oxidizing agents
Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents; may cause irritation Aqauzol50 [Polymer Chemistry Innovations]
to skin; avoid unnecessary personal contact; avoid contact with eyes Chem. Descrip.: Poly (2-ethyl-2-oxazoline)(99.9%) and 2-ethyl-2-oxazoline
and prolonged or repeated skin contact; avoid continuous or repetitive (< 0.1%)
breathing of dust CAS 25805-17-8;10431-98-8
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO, Uses: Hot-melt and pressure-sensitive adhesive; ceramics industry as a
HIMS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 1 greenware binder; coatings, textile and fiberglass sizing, lubricants, plas-
Antioxidant AO-30 [Lenape Ind.] ticizers, compatibilizers and films
Chem. Descrip.: 1,I ,3-Tris (2-methyl-4-hydroxy-50-t-butylphenol)butane Regdafory: FDA2lCFR 9175.105; SARA9311l312 nonreportable; DOT,
CAS 1843-03-4 IMO, IMAO nonregulated
Uses: Antioxidant for polyolefins, styrenics, rubber-modified styrenics, Properties: Lt. yel. solid; sol. in water and many polar, organic solvents;
elastomers, PVC, block copolymers, engineering plastics, hot-melt ad- m.w. (target) 50,000; sp.gr. 1.I 4; kinematic visc. 5-7 cSt; autoignition
hesives temp. > 400 C; pH neutral; glass temp. 69-71 C; ref. index 1.52; poly-
Properties: Wh. powd.; odorless; nil sol. in water; sp.gr. 0.995; m.p. 185- dispersity 3-4
186 C; flash pt. (Seta CC) 160 C; 100% act. Toxico/ogy:LD50 (oral, rat) 3980 mglkg; no adverse health effects known
Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mglkg; mild eye irritant; nonirritating to or expected
skin precaution: Wear chemical safety goggles, protective gloves, protective
Precaution: Incompat. with oxidizers, peroxides, strong acids; wear dust clothing; use respirator if dust is present; decomposes above 300 C
mask, safety glasses, splash goggles, chemical resistant gloves, pro- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Toxic fumes; nitrogen oxides, CO, CO,
tective uniform Sforage: Keep container tightly closed; protect from moisture; incompat.
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Combustion may produce CO, CO, with strong oxidizing agents
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 1 Aqauzol200 [Polymer Chemistry Innovations]
Storage: Store in cool, dry place; keep away from food, high heat, open Chem. Descrip.: Poly (2-ethyl-2-oxazoline)(99.9%) and 2-ethyl-2-oxazoline
flames, oxidizers (< 0.1%)
Antisettle CVP [Cray Valley Ltd] CAS 25805-17-8;10431-98-8
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated castor oil Uses: Hot-melt and pressure-sensitive adhesive; ceramics industry as a
CAS 8001-78-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-292-2 greenware binder; coatings, textile and fiberglass sizing, lubricants, plas-
Uses: Rheology control agent, antisagging agent, antisettling agent for ticizers, compatibilizers and films
aliphatic-based coatings, inks, adhesives, mastics, caulks, sealants, fill- Regdafory: FDA2lCFR 9175.105; SARA9311l312 nonreportable; DOT,
ers, greases, and lubricants IMO, IMAO nonregulated
Feafures: Thixotropic visc. recovery; good recoatability Properties: Lt. yel. solid; sol. in water and many polar, organic solvents;
Properties: Wh. micronized powd.; dens. 1.01 glcm3; bulk dens. 0.4-0.6 m.w. (target) 200,000; sp.gr. 1.I 4; kinematic visc. 18-24 cSt; autoignition
glcm3; m.p. 83-88 C; 100% act. temp. > 400 C; pH neutral; glass temp. 69-71 C; ref. index 1.52; poly-
AP [Degussa] dispersity 3-4
Chem. Descrip.: Ketone-aldehyde resin Toxico/ogy:LD50 (oral, rat) 3980 mglkg; no adverse health effects known
Uses: Gloss aid, improves solid content of nitrocellulose coatings and or expected
adhesives Precaufion: Wear chemical safety goggles, protective gloves, protective
Properties: SI. yel. pellets; sp.gr. 1.19 glcm3;m.p. 74-84 C; 100% solids clothing; use respirator if dust is present; decomposes above 300 C

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AquatacB 6025

Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Toxic fumes; nitrogen oxides, CO, CO, ogy control agent, water retention aid for adhesives, aerial-drop fluids,
Storage: Keep container tightly closed; protect from moisture; incompat. ceramics, coatings, detergents, lithography, paper, textiles, tobacco, food
with strong oxidizing agents pkg.; surf. treatment to reduce porosity, improve greaseloil holdout, con-
Aqauzol500 [Polymer Chemistry Innovations] trol curl in paper at size press or calender; thickener, suspending agent,
Chem. Descrip.: Poly (2-ethyl-2-oxazoline) (99.9%) and 2-ethyl-2-oxazoline adhesive props. for paper convening operations; talc depressant in froth-
(< 0.1%) inglflotation (mining)
CAS 25805-17-8;10431-98-8 Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105,175.300, 176.170, 176.180, 182.70
Uses: Hot-melt and pressure-sensitive adhesive; ceramics industry as a Properties: Water sol.; sp.gr. 1.0068 (2%); bulk dens. 0.75 glml; visc. 15-
greenware binder; coatings, textile and fiberglass sizing, lubricants, plas- 30 CPS (CMC-7L3T, 2%), 25-50 (CMC-7LT, 2%, CMC-7LIT, 4%), 80-
ticizers, compatibilizers and films 200 CPS (CMC-7L2T, 4%), 300-600 CPS (CMC-7MT, 2%), 1600-3100
Regulatory: FDA2lCFR 5175.105; SARA5311l312 nonreponable; DOT, cps (CMC-7M31T, 2%); surf. tens. 71 dyneslcm (1%); ref. index 1.3355
IMO, IMAO nonregulated (2%); pH 6.5-8.5 (1%)
Properties: Lt. yel. solid; sol. in water and many polar, organic solvents; AquaStikTM2161 [DuPont Dow Elastomers]
m.w. (target) 500,000; sp.gr. 1.14; kinematic visc. 60-80 cSt; autoignition Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene
temp. > 400 C; pH neutral; glass temp. 69-71 C; ref. index 1.52; poly- CAS 9010-98-4
dispersity 3-4 Uses: Aq. polymer acts as replacement for sob.-based adhesives
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 3980 mglkg; no adverse health effects known Features: Good contactability, high solids, slow crystallizing, high gel,
or expected exc. hot str. and post formability
Precaution: Wear chemical safety goggles, protective gloves, protective Propefries: Anionic
clothing; use respirator if dust is present; decomposes above 300 C AquaStikTM2540 [DuPont Dow Elastomers; R.T. Vanderbilt]
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Toxic fumes; nitrogen oxides, CO, CO, Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene copolymer latex stabilized with anionic
Storage: Keep container tightly closed; protect from moisture; incompat. emulsifier (potassium salt of disproponionated rosin acid)
with strong oxidizing agents Uses: Designed for waterborne adhesives applics.; for use in bonding
Aquaforte 108-W [ADM Tronics] high pressure laminates that require combination of good contactability
Uses: Primerladhesive for extrusions and laminations and hot bond str. for postforming operations
features: Water-based; exc. grease and oil resist.; water and moisture Propefries: Sp.gr. 1.25; visc. 30 mP.s; pH 12.5; 56% solids
resist.; high bond str. with minute applic. levels AquaStikTM2901 [DuPont Dow Elastomers]
Regulatory: FDA approved Chem. Descrip.: High modulus, fast crystallizing polychloroprene ho-
Properties: Lt. amber; odorless; sp.gr. 1.0012 (70 F);dens. 8.35 Iblgal; mopolymer (4561%) in an anionic colloidal system (potassium salt of
visc.5 cps; pH 8.4; 1.9% solids resin acid as emulsifier)
Storage: Long shelf life Uses: Latex for water-based adhesives for foam adhesives, fabric satu-
AqualonB 7H3SXF [HerculeslAqualon] rants, bonding foam to various substrates
Chem. Descrip.: Cellulose gum Features: Water-based; resist. to low temp. exposure; gives adhesives
CAS 9004-32-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 265-995-8 with very fast str. development; good mech. stability; fairly good electro-
Uses: Texturizer, sugar crystal size control agent in frostings and icings; lyte stability; nonflamm.
syneresis inhibitor in puddings; thickener, mouthfeel enhancer, bodying Regulatory: DOT nonregulated
agent in reduced-calorie cocoa mixes; rheology control agent in cos- Properties: Milky wh. liq.; mild odor; 0.13 p avg. panicle size; misc. with
metic facial masks; binder, wet tackifier in denture adhesives water; sp.gr. 1.I0 (latex); visc. > 60 cP; pH 12.5; 56-60% solids
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5182.1745, GRAS Toxicology: Repeatedlprolonged skin contact may cause irritation, red-
Properties: Water-sol. ness, itching, blisters; eye contact may cause irritation, tearing, pain,
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 27 glkg; sl. eye irritant; nonirritating to skin blurred vision, clouding; highly alkaline; ing. will cause toxic effects to
AqualonB Cellulose Gum [HerculeslAqualon] CNS, severe stomach distress; TSCA listed
Chem. Descrip.: Sodium carboxymethylcellulose, standard, food, and Environmental: Do not discharge into streams, lakes, ponds, or sewers
pharmaceutical grades Precaution: Avoid heating coagulum above 200 C
CAS 9004-32-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 265-995-8 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Hazardous gaseslvapors produced are hy-
Uses: Suspending agent for abrasives, polishing agents, and syneresis drogen chloride, CO, org. acids, aldehydes, alcohols
inhibitor in toothpaste; rheology control agent in creams and lotions; HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
adhesive and cohesive agent in denture adhesive and ostomy adhesive Sforage: Good storage stability; use cool ventilated storage; perishable if
prods.; suspending agent, tableting binder, visc. builder, excipient for frozen; do not store or ship latex in aluminum containers
pharmaceuticals; therapeutic uses in bulk-forming laxatives; suspend- Aquataca 4188 [Arizona]
ing agent in foods Uses: Waterborne tackifier disp. for environmentally friendly food pkg.
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5182.1745, GRAS; DOT nonregulated; SARA adhesives
5302/304/311/312/313nonreponable Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105
Properties: Wh. to off-wh. gran. powd.; odorless; water-sol.; sp.gr. 1.59; Properties: Visc. 500 cps; soften. pt. (R&B) 90 C; pH 8.6; 55% solids
8% max. moisture Aquataca 4201 [Arizona]
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 27 glkg; sl. eye irritant; may cause skin irrita- Uses: Waterborne tackifier disp. for environmentally friendly food pkg.
tion by mech. abrasion; inh. of dust may cause respiratory tract irrita- adhesives
tion; repeated ing., skin contact may cause allergic reaction in suscep- Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105
tible individuals; TSCA listed Propefries: Soften. pt. (R&B) 90 C; pH 9.0; 83% solids
Environmental: LC50 (rainbow trout or bluegill sunfish, 96 h) 100-1000 AquatacB 5527 [Arizona; Arizona BV]
mgll, pract. nontoxic Chem. Descrip.: Water-based resin
Precaution: Flamm. dust; may cause flamm. dust-air mixts.; static charges Uses: Freezelthaw-stable tackifier for removable and permanent label
may cause flash fire; avoid conditions that generate dust; spills may be adhesive applics. incl. food pkg. adhesives, carboxylated SIB, neoprene,
slippery; keep away from heat, flame, sparks SBR, NR, 2-ethylhexyl acrylate, butyl acrylic, and vinyl acetate ethyl-
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, smoke ene; waterborne for environmentally friendly adhesives
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 features: Features unique surfactant system; provides better specific
Storage: Store in cool, dry, well-ventilated area; keep container closed adhesion to a variety of substrates; produces more stable adhesives
when not in use; do not store indirect sunlight, or expose to UV radiation Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105
Aqualo@ CMC-T [HerculeslAqualon] Propefries: Wh.; dens. 1.02 glcc; visc. 1250 cps; soften. pt. (R&B) 27 C;
Chem. Descrip.: Sodium CMC, tech. grades flash pt. (COC) 212 F; pH 8-10; 55% solids
CAS 9004-32-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 265-995-8 AquatacB 6025 [Arizona; Arizona BV]
Uses: Binder, thickener, stabilizer, suspending agent, film-former, rheol- Chem. Descrip.: Aq. resin dispersion

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AquatacB 6080A

Uses: Tackifier for adhesives incl. food pkg. adhesives, carboxylated SBR, Aradur 840 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
2-ethylhexyl acrylate, butyl acrylic, SBR, NR, neoprene, VAE, urethane Chem. Descrip.: Polyamide
systems; defoamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard; waterborne for CAS 25038-54-4
environmentally friendly adhesives Uses: Hardener for soh.-free R.T. cure for high-solids or sob.-free indus-
features: Provides improved aging props., enhanced adhesive props. trial coatings, trade sale paint enamels, adhesives, casting, caulking,
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105,176.210 potting, sealing; food-contact coatings
Properties: Visc. 5350 cps; soften. pt. (R&B) 25 C; pH 7.0; 60% solids features: Offers superior adhesion, easily pigmented, corrosion resist.,
AquatacB 6080A [Arizona; Arizona BV] tough
Chem. Descrip.: disp. tall oil rosin Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5175.300
Uses: Pressure sensitive adhesives Properties: Gardner 12 max. color; dens. 8.1 Iblgal; visc. 3000-6000 cp
Features: Exc. balance or loop, shear and peel properties for label and (40 C); amine no. 6.2-7.2; flash pt. (CC) 340 F
tape applications; compat. with acrylics and carboxylated SBR latices Toxicology: Severe eye irritant; may cause dermatitis and sensitization
and other latices Storage: 2 yrs. min. shelf life
AquatacB 6085 [Arizona; Arizona BV] Aradur 955 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Chem. Descrip.: Glyceryl rosinate aq. disp. Chem. Descrip.: Polyamidoamine
CAS 8050-31-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-482-5 Uses: Hardener for soh.-free R.T. cure for adhesives, coatings, flooring,
Uses: Waterborne tackifier for pressure-sensitive adhesives incl. food potting, wet lay-up; food-contact coatings
pkg. adhesives, waterborne labels, decals, shelf liners, construction Features: Bonds to concrete
adhesives, tapes; for carboxylated SBR, 2-ethylhexyl acrylate, butyl Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5175.300
acrylic, SBR, NR, neoprene, VAE, urethanes; defoamer in food-contact Properties: Gardner 9 max. liq.; dens. 8.2 Iblgal; visc. 500-900 cp; amine
paperlpaperboard; waterborne for environmentally friendly adhesives no. 8.9-10.3; flash pt. (CC) > 200 F
Features: Producesformulationswith aggressivetack and peel, exc. shear Toxicology: Corrosive; can cause eye and skin burns
props. after aging Storage: 1 yr. min. shelf life when stored away from excessive heat and
Regulatory: FDA ZICFR 5175.105,176.210 humidity
Properties: Milky beige disp.; 2.5 p particle size; dens. 8.8 Iblgal; visc. Aradur 956 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
7500 cps; soften. pt. (R&B) 82 C (of base resin); pH 7.0; 60% solids Chem. Descrip.: aliphatic amine
Storage: Prevent freezing, mold and bacteria contamination Uses: Hardener for soh.-free R.T. cure for adhesives, coatings, castings,
AquatacB 8005 [Arizona] potting, tooling, laminating
Chem. Descrip.: Water-disp. resin features: Low shrinkage, exc. dimensional stability, good electricals
Uses: Designed for freezer-grade label applics. and as low soften. pt. Properties: Gardner 3 max. low-visc. liq.; dens. 8.5 Iblgal; visc. 290-500
modifier for aq. adhesives cp; flash pt. (CC) > 200 F
features: Waterborne for environmentally friendly adhesives Toxico/ogy: Severe eye and skin irritant; may cause allergic skin reaction
Properties: Gardner 7-9 liq.; dens. 1.OO glcc; R&B soften. pt. 5 C; flash pt. Storage: 1 yr. min. shelf life when stored unopened in a dry place @ R.T.
(COC) 212 F; 80% solids Aradur 976 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
AquatacB 9027 [Arizona; Arizona BV] Chem. Descrip.: 4,4’-Diaminodiphenyl sulfone
Chem. Descrip.: Aq. resin dispersion CAS 80-08-0; ElNECSlELlNCS 201-248-4
Uses: Tackifier for carboxylated SIB, SBR, and NR systems, for remov- Uses: Hardener for adhesives, PWB laminates, prepregs, composites,
able and permanent label adhesive applics., food pkg. adhesives; water- powd. coatings
borne for environmentally friendly adhesives Features: Exc. high temp. and chem. resist.
features: High solids Properties: Solid; soften. pt. 174-178 C; cure schedule: 4 h @ 175 C or
Regulatory: FDA ZICFR 5175.105 24 h @ 120 C; pot life 3 h @ 100 C
Properties: Gardner 8-10 color; dens. 1.OO glcc; soften. pt. (R&B) 27 C; Aradur 3440 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
flash pt. (COC) 212 F; pH 9.0; 90% solids Chem. Descrip.: Aliphatic amine
AquatacB 9041 [Arizona; Arizona BV] Uses: Hardener for marine, industrial maintenance, and low temp. cure
Chem. Descrip.: Aq. resin dispersion; higher peel version of Aquatac 9027 coatings, flooring, tank linings, adhesives, castings
Uses: Tackifier for carboxylated SBR, SBR, NR systems; recommended features: Good flexibility, noncritical mix ratio, low volatility; good chem.
for label applics.; waterborne for environmentally friendly adhesives and solv. resist.
Properties: Gardner 9-11 color; dens. 1.00 glcc; soften. pt. (R&B) 41 C; Properties: Visc. 2000-3000 cps; cure schedule: 7 days @ R.T.
flash pt. (COC) 212 F; pH 9.0; 90% solids Aradur 3441 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
AquatiteTMLFR R106 [Grain Processing] Chem. Descrip.: Aliphatic amine
Chem. Descrip.: Low formaldehyde resin Uses: Hardener for marine, industrial maintenance, and low temp. cure
Uses: Specially formulated resin which imparts moisture resist. to corru- coatings, flooring, tank linings, adhesives, castings
gating adhesives, food pkg. adhesives features: Good flexibility, noncritical mix ratio, low volatility; good chem.
features: Produces high-quality, moisture-resist. or water-resist. adhe- and solv. resist.
sives with stable visc. Properties: Visc. 20,000-50,000 cps; cure schedule: 7 days @ R.T.
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105 Aradur 9130 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Properties: Red tinted Chem. Descrip.: Polyamide
AquatiteTMNDF RIOO [Grain Processing] CAS 25038-54-4
Chem. Descrip.: Nondetectable formaldehyde resin Uses: Hardener for sob.-free R.T. cure for use in adhesives, sealants,
Uses: Moisture resist. aid for starch-based corrugating adhesives flooring, and coatings; food pkg. adhesives, coatings
Aradur 825 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] Features: Low visc., long pot life, good mechanicals
Chem. Descrip.: Polyamide Reguhtory: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,175.300, 177.2420
CAS 25038-54-4 Properties: Gardner 10 max. color; dens. 7.9 Iblgal; visc. 250-500 cp;
Uses: Hardener for adhesives, casting, caulking, potting, sealants, and amine no. 425-449; flash pt. 275 F
coatings; food-contact coatings Toxicology: Eye and skin irritant may cause sensitization and dermatitis
Features: Sob.-free; good adhesion; tough; exc. corrosion resist. Storage: 2 yrs. min. shelf life when stored in a dry place @ R.T. in sealed
Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 5175.300 original container
Properties: Gardner 9 max. cl. appearance; sp.gr. 0.99; dens. 8.llblgal; Aralditea DY 023 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
visc. 8000-12,000 cps; amine no. 330-360; flash pt. (CC) 320 F Chem. Descrip.: Cresyl glycidyl ether
Toxicdogy: Severe skin and eye irritant CAS 2210-79-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 218-645-3
Storage: 3 yrs. min. shelf life when stored away from excessive heat and Uses: Diluent, visc. reducer in epoxy resins for coatings, floorings, adhe-
humidity in a closed container sives, castings, impregnating, and tooling applics.

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Aralditea GV 507

Features: Reactive; good resist. to water; provides higher filler loading, Uses: Epoxy for high-temp. adhesives, coatings, elec. and laminating
improved wetting chars. applics.
Properties: Gardner 4 max. color; cl. appearance; dens. 9 Iblgal; visc. 5- Properties: Solid; soften. pt. 34-42 C; epoxide wt. 200-227
15 cps; flash pt. (CC) 116 C; epoxide wt. 175-192 Aralditea GV 281 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Toxicology: Skin and eye irritant; may cause dermatitis and sensitization Chem. Descrip.: Unmodified bisphenol F epoxy resin
Storage: 1 yr. min. shelf life when stored in unopened, sealed containers Uses: Epoxy for solventless and high-solids coatings and linings, adhe-
in a dry place @J R.T. sives, tank linings, flooring, filament winding, casting, pultrusion, RTM,
Aralditea DV 027 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] surf. coatings; food-contact coatings
Chem. Descrip.: Alkyl glycidyl ether consisting primarily of C8 and C10 features: Low visc.; good flexibility; rec. where better chem. resist., esp.
alkyl groups to org. solvs is required
Uses: Reactive diluent, visc. reducer for epoxies for general purpose Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.300
use, adhesives, castings, elec., laminating, tooling, flooring, and coat- Properties: Gardner 4 max. cl. liq.; dens. 10 Iblgal; visc. 5000-7000cps;
ings epoxide wt. 159-172; 0.3% max. volatiles
Properties: Gardner 1 max. color; cl. appearance; dens. 7.6 Iblgal; visc. Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause allergic skin reaction
5-15 cps; flash pt. (CC) 200 C; epoxide wt. 230-250 Sforage: 5 yr. min. shelf life when stored away from excessive heat and
Toxicology: Causes eye and skin irritation; may cause sensitization and humidity in original sealed container
dermatitis; prolongedlrepeated contact with liq. or breathing of vapors AralditeB GY 282 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
or mist may cause delayed and serious injury Chem. Descrip.: Unmodified bisphenol F epoxy resin
Storage: 1 yr. min. shelf life when stored in unopened, sealed containers Uses: Epoxy for coatings, flooring prods., adhesives, tank linings, floor-
in a dry place @J R.T. ing, filament winding, casting, pultrusion, RTM, surf. coatings; food-con-
Aralditea DV 3601 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Bel@~m] tact coatings
Chem. Descrip.: Polypropylene$lycol-based epoxy resin features: Low visc.; better chem. resist., esp. to org. solvs
CAS
. - ~ 25928-94-3
. .. ~. . Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.300
Uses: Epoxy, flexibilizer, impact resist. aid in cold-curing coatings, floor- Properties: Gardner 5 max. liq., very sl. odor; sp.gr. 1.I 8; visc. 3000-4000
ing screeds, tillers, and sealing compds. cps; flash pt. > 150 C; epoxide wt. 167-175
Properties: Gardner 3 max. cl. solid; visc. 42-52 cps; epoxide wt. 385- Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause allergic skin reaction
405; 100% act. Storage: Store in dry place in well-closed original container @J 18-25 C
Use Level: 530% on binder Aralditea GV 285 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Toxicology: Causes skin and eye irritation; may cause skin sensitization Chem. Descrip.: Unmodified bisphenol F epoxy resin
and dermatitis; breathing of mist or vapors may cause delayed or seri- Uses: Epoxy for coatings, flooring prods., adhesives, tank linings, floor-
ous injury ing, filament winding, casting, pultrusion, RTM, surf. coatings; food-con-
AraIditeB ECN 1273 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] tact coatings
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy cresol novolac Features: Very low visc.; better chem. resist., esp. to org. solvs.
CAS 29690-82-2 Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.300
Uses: Epoxy for high-temp. adhesives, coatings, molding, elec. and lami- Properties: Gardner 5 max. liq., very sl. odor; sp.gr. 1.19;visc. 2000-3000
nating applics.; food-contact coatings cps; flash pt. > 200 C; epoxide wt. 164-173
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.300 Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause allergic skin reaction
Properties: Solid; soften. pt. 68-78 C; epoxide wt. 217-233 Sforage: Store in dry place in well-closed original container @ 18-25 C
AraIditeB ECN 1280 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] AralditeB GY 502 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy cresol novolac Chem. Descrip.: BisphenolAlepichlorohydrin epoxy resin in dibutyl phtha-
CAS 29690-82-2 late
Uses: Epoxy for high-temp. adhesives, coatings, molding, elec. and lami- Uses: Epoxy for surf. coatings, adhesives, castings, flooring, tooling, and
nating applics.; food-contact coatings laminating applics.; food-contact coatings
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.300 features: Low visc.; suitable for low temp. applics.
Properties: Solid; soften. pt. 75-85 C; epoxide wt. 213-233 Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.300
Aralditea ECN 1299 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] Properties: Gardner 3 max. cl. liq.; dens. 9.4 Iblgal; visc. 2100-3600 cP;
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy cresol novolac flash pt. (CC) 204 C; epoxide wt. 222-238
CAS 29690-82-2 Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause allergic skin reaction
Uses: Epoxy for high-temp. adhesives, coatings, molding, elec. and lami- Storage: 4 yr. min. shelf life when stored in a dry place @J R.T. in sealed,
nating applics.; food-contact coatings original container
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.300 Aralditea GV 506 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Properties: Solid; soften. pt. 85-100 C; epoxide wt. 217-244 Chem. Descrip.: BisphenolA epoxy resin with butyl glycidyl ether reactive
Aralditea ECN 1400 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] diluent
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy cresol novolac (AraIditeB ECN 1299 base) Uses: Low visc. resin for castings, laminating, tooling, and adhesive
CAS 29690-82-2 applics.; exc. physical and elec. props.; good chem. and heat resist.;
Uses: For use in adhesives, fiber-sizing, textiles, abrasives, paper treat- exc. adhesion
ment Properties: Gardner 1 max. cl. liq.; dens. 9.4 Iblgal; visc. 500-700 cps;
Features: Better adhesion, improved temp. and chem. resist. than bis A- flash pt. (CC) 90 C; epoxide wt. 172-185
based epoxies; very high functionality Toxicology: Eye and skin irritant; may cause sensitization
Properties: 4 p particle size; visc. 900-1500 cps; epoxide wt. 220-250; Storage: 4 yr. min. shelf life when stored away from excessive heat and
40% solids humidity in closed container
AraIditeB ECN 9495 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Aralditea GV 507 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy cresol novolac
CAS 29690-82-2 Chem. Descrip.: Bisphenol A epoxy resin with cresyl glycidyl ether reac-
Uses: Epoxy for high-temp. adhesives, coatings, elec. and laminating tive diluent
applics. Uses: Epoxy for adhesives, casting, coatings, flooring, laminating, fila-
Features: Micropulverized version of ECN 1299 ment winding, tooling applics.
Properties: Micropulverized solid; soften. pt. 85-100 C; epoxide wt. 217- Features: Low visc.; very low tendency to crystallize; exc. cured props.;
244 exc. chem. resist.
AraIditeB ECN 9511 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] Properties: Gardner 1 max. cl. liq.; dens. 9.5 Iblgal; visc. 500-700 cP;
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy cresol novolac flash pt. (CC) 135 C; epoxide wt. 180-192
CAS 29690-82-2 Toxicology: Eye and skin irritant; may cause dermatitis and sensitization

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AralditeB GY 509

Storage: 4 yr. min. shelf life when stored away from excessive heat and Uses: Epoxy for cold or heat-cured systems, surf. coatings, elec., civil
humidity; keep container closed when not in use engineering, and adhesives; food-contact coatings
AraIditeB GY 509 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] Features: Med. visc.; general purpose; superior mech. and elec. props.,
Chem. Descrip.: Bisphenol A epoxy resin modified with predominantly C8 exc. chem. resist.; good heat resist.; exc. adhesion
and C,, alkyl glycidyl ethers Regulatory: FDA ZICFR 5175.300
Uses: Epoxy for adhesives, coatings, castings, elec. potting and encap- Properties: Gardner 1 max. liq.; dens. 9.6-9.8 Iblgal; visc. 11,000-14,000
sulating, laminating, tooling, and flooring applics. cps; flash pt. (CC) 490 F; epoxide wt. 182-192
Features: Very low visc.; exc. physical and elec. props.; good chem. re- Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause allergic skin reaction
sist.; exc. adhesion; long pot life; low exotherm Storage: 4 yr. min. shelf life when stored in unopened, sealed containers
Properties: Gardner 1 max. cl. liq.; dens. 9.3 Iblgal; visc. 500-700 cP; in a dry place @ R.T.; may crystallize when stored below R.T.; heat to
flash pt. (CC) 121 C; epoxide wt. 189-200 60-70 C, in a water bath for several hours to reliquefy
Toxicology: Causes eye and skin irritation; may cause sensitization and AralditeB GY 6020 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
dermatitis Chem. Descrip.: Bisphenol A epoxy resin
Storage: 4 yr. min. shelf life when stored unopened in a dry place @ R.T.; Uses: Epoxy for adhesives, castings, coatings, laminating, filament wind-
may crystallize when stored below R.T.; heating to 60-70 C, preferably ing, and tooling applics.; food-contact coatings
in a water bath, for several hours will reliquefy Features: High visc.; general purpose; exc. adhesion, mech. props.; good
AraIditeB GY 2600 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] chem. resist. and elec. props.
Chem. Descrip.: Bisphenol Alepichlorohydrin epoxy resin Regulatory: FDA ZICFR 5175.300
CAS 25068-38-6 Properties: Gardner 1 max. cl. liq.; dens. 9.7 Iblgal; visc. 16,000-20,000
Uses: Epoxy for electrodeposition coatings, coatings, elec., civil engi- cps; flash pt. (CC) 255 C; epoxide wt. 194-208
neering, matrix, adhesives; food-contact coatings Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause sensitization and dermatitis
Features: Med. visc.; extremely low chlorine content; superior mech. and Storage: 4 yr. min. shelf life when stored in unopened, sealed containers
elec. props.; exc. chem. resist., good heat resist.; exc. adhesion in a dry place @ R.T.; may crystallize when stored below R.T.; heat to
Regulatory: FDA ZICFR 5175.300 60-70 C, in a water bath for several hours to reliquefy
Properties: Gardner 1 max. cl. liq.; dens. 9.6-9.8 Iblgal; visc. 11,000-14,000 Aralditea GY 9615 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
cP; flash pt. (CC) 490 F; epoxide wt. 186-190 Chem. Descr@.: BisphenolAepoxy resin modified with Araldite DY 025
@

Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause allergic skin reaction Uses: Epoxy for solventless coatings such as maintenance coatings,
Storage: 5 yrs. min. shelf life when stored in unopened, sealed containers marine coatings, sealants, concrete reinforcements, and floorings; food-
in a dry place @ R.T.; may crystallize when stored below R.T.; heat to contact coatings
60-70 C, in a water bath for several hours to reliquefy Features: Good chem. resist.
AraIditeB GY 6004 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.300
Chem. Descrip.: Bisphenol A epoxy resin Properties: Gardner 1 max. color; dens. 9.4 Iblgal; visc. 3100-3900 cps;
Uses: Epoxy for adhesives, castings, coatings esp. clear coatings, floor- epoxide wt. 188-200
ing, laminating, filament winding, tooling applics. Toxicology: Eye and skin irritant; may cause dermatitis and sensitization
Features: Med. visc., general purpose; exc. mech. and elec. props.; good Storage: 1 yr. shelf life in sealed orig. containers in dry place @ R.T.;
chem. resist.; higher filler loadings possible storage @ > 220 C rec. to prevent crystallization
Properties: Gardner 2 max. cl. liq.; dens. 9.7 Iblgal; visc. 5000-6800 cps; Aralditea MY 0500 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
flash pt. (CC) 199 C; epoxide wt. 178-196 Chem. Descrip.: p-Aminophenol-based epoxy resin
Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause sensitization or dermatitis CAS 25928-94-3
Storage: 4 yr. min. shelf life when stored in unopened, sealed containers Uses: Resin for rapid cure adhesives, laminates; exceptional high heat
in a dry place @ R.T.; may crystallize when stored below R.T.; heat to deflection temp.; performance upgrader for bisphenol A resins
60-70 C, in a water bath for several hours to reliquefy Propefries: Brn. liq.; visc. 200-5000 cps; epoxide wt. 105-115
AraIditeB GY 6005 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] AralditeB MY 720 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Chem. Descrip.: Bisphenol A epoxy resin Chem. Descrip.: Tetraglycidyl methylenedianiline
Uses: Epoxy for adhesives, castings, coatings, flooring, laminating, fila- CAS 28768-32-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 249-204-3
ment winding, and tooling applics. Uses: Epoxy resin for high performance composite, adhesive, laminate,
Features: Med. visc.; exc. mech. and elec. props.; good chem. resist.; and high-energy radiation-resist. components; exc. high temp., chem.
high filler loading and radiation resist.
Properties: Gardner 1 max. cl. liq.; dens. 9.6-9.8 Iblgal; visc. 7500-9500 Propefries: Brn. liq.; visc. 7000-19,000 cps; epoxide wt. 117-133
cP; flash pt. (CC) 199 C; epoxide wt. 182-196 AralditeB MY 721 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause allergic skin reaction Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy resin
Storage: 4 yr. min. shelf life when stored in unopened, sealed containers CAS 25928-94-3
in a dry place @ R.T.; may crystallize when stored below R.T.; heat to Uses: Resin used for high-performance composite, adhesive, laminate,
60-70 C, in a water bath for several hours to reliquefy and high-energy radiation-resist. components
AraIditeB GY 6008 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] Properties: Brn. liq.; visc. 3000-6000 cps (50 C); epoxide wt. 109-115
Chem. Descrip.: Unmodified bisphenol Alepichlorohydrin epoxy resin Aralditea MY 9512 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
CAS 25068-38-6 Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy resin
Uses: Epoxy for sob.-free and high-solids coatings, civil engineering, fila- CAS 25928-94-3
ment winding, elec., casting, laminating, decoupage, tooling, adhesives, Uses: Resin used for high-performance composite, adhesive, laminate,
and other applics.; resin intermediate; food-contact coatings and high-energy radiation-resist. components
Features: General purpose; high purity, low visc.; low chlorine Properties: Brn. liq.; visc. 11,000-13,000 cps (50 C); epoxide wt. 117-133
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.300 Aralditea MY 9612 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Chem. Descr@.: Epoxy resin
Properties: Very It. colored cl. liq.; dens. 9.7 Iblgal; visc. 6500-9500 cps; CAS 25928-94-3
epoxide wt. 177-188 Uses: Resin used for high-performance composite, adhesive, laminate,
Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause allergic skin reaction and high-energy radiation-resist. components
Storage: 4 yr. min. shelf life when stored in unopened, sealed containers Propefries: Brn. liq.; visc. 10,000-12,000 cps (50 C); epoxide wt. 117-133
in a dry place @J R.T.; may crystallize when stored below R.T.; heat to AralditeB MY 9634 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
60-70 C, in a water bath for several hours to reliquefy Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy resin
AraIditeB GY 6010 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] CAS 25928-94-3
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy resin based on bisphenol A and epichlorohydrin Uses: Resin used for high-performance composite, adhesive, laminate,
CAS 25068-38-6 and high-energy radiation-resist. components

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A r c o P LG-168

Properties: Brn. liq.; visc. 13,000-15,000 cps (50 C); epoxide wt. 117-133 Properties: < 2 ~1 particle size; visc. 10,000-20,000 cps; epoxide wt. 720-
AraIditeB MY 9655 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] 800; 60% solids
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy resin AranoxB [CromptonlUniroyal]
CAS 25928-94-3 Chem. Descrip.: P-(pToluenesulfonyl amido) diphenylamine
Uses: Resin used for high-performance composite, adhesive, laminate, CAS 100-93-6
and high-energy radiation-resist. components Uses: Antioxidant protecting EVA and polyamide hot-melt adhesives, PP,
Properties: Brn. liq.; visc. 7000-9000 cps (50 C); epoxide wt. 117-133 LDPE, LLDPE, HDPE against thermal degradation; antioxidant for CR,
AraIditeB MY 9663 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] NR, SBR and their latexes, EPDM, BR, and IR; antioxidant in fabrics,
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy resin proofing, clothing, It.-colored sundries, wire insulation
CAS 25928-94-3 features: SI. activating effect on cure; disperses readily; discolors; non-
Uses: Resin used for high-performance composite, adhesive, laminate, staining by migration
and high-energy radiation-resist. components Regularory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105,177.2600
Properties: Brn. liq.; visc. 17,000-19,000 cps (50 C); epoxide wt.117-133 Properties: Gray powd. with char. odor; insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.32; m.p.
AraIditeB PT 810 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] 146 C; flash pt. 271 C TCC
Chem. Descrip.: Triglycidyl isocyanurate Precaution: Sufficient ventilation to minimize exposure to dust; avoid all
CAS 2451-62-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 219-514-3 personal contact; impervious gloves and goggles should be worn when
Uses: Epoxy for powd. coatings, esp. architectural, lawn and garden, handling
automotive, adhesives, elec. (esp. LED displays), food pkg. Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Oxides of sulfur and nitrogen under burning
features: Exc. weathering chars., adhesion, and chem. resist.; good ther- conditions
mal aging chars.; exc. gloss and color stability after overbaking; good Srorage: Store away from sources of direct heat in a dry area; good stor-
gloss retention; high heat distort. temps. age stability
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5177.2420 ArazateB [CromptonlUniroyal]
Properties: Wh. opaque pellets; m.p. 88-98 C; epoxide wt. 100-108 Chem. Descrip.: Zinc dibenzyldithiocarbamate
Toxicology: Harmful if swallowed, absorbed through skin, or inhaled; re- CAS 14726-36-4
peatedlprolonged exposure may cause serious delayed injury; eye, skin, Uses: Ultra accelerator for NR, SBR and their latexes, cements, and dis-
and respiratory irritant; may cause sensitization persions; accelerator in latex for adhesives, dipped goods; activator for
Storage: 4 yrs. shelf life when stored below 20 C; storage above 30 C thiazoles; food pkg. adhesives; food-contact rubber articles
may impair the flow props. of powd. coatings features: Nonstaining, nondiscoloring; exc. resist. to precure in pres-
AraIditeB PY 302-2 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] ence of ammonia
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy bisphenol Alepoxy bisphenol F-based resins Regularofy: FDA 2lCFR §175.105,177.2600
CAS 25928-94-3 Properties: Wh.-gray powd.; sol. in aromatic hydrocarbons; sl. sol. in water;
Uses: Epoxy for high-solids and solventless high-performance coatings, sp.gr. 1.41; m.p. 165-175 C
food-contact coatings, coatings for storage tanks, chem. mfg. plants, Toxicology: Avoid contact with eyes and skin; skin contact may cause
foodlbeverage processing plants, water reservoirs, pipes, sewage treat- irritation
ment plants, ships, elec., pollution control equip., pulplpaper mills, petrol. Srorage: Exc. storage stability (> 4 yrs. when stored in cool, dry place
refineries, offshore drilling rigs, adhesives away from direct sources of heat and light)
fearures: Noncrystallizing; low visc.; superior chem. resist. ArcoP 11-34 [Bayer]
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.300 Chem. Descrip.: Polyalkylene polyol
Properties: Gardner 3 max. cl. liq.; visc. 6500-8000 cP; epoxide wt. 170- CAS 9082-00-2
177 Uses: Polyol for sealants, caulks, deck coatings, elastomers, tire fill and
Toxicology: Causes irritation; may cause allergic skin reaction RIM, food pkg. adhesiveslcellophane; defoamer in food-contact coat-
Storage: 5 yrs. min. shelf life when stored away from excessive heat and ings, paperlpaperboard
humidity in sealed original container Regulatofy: FDA 21CFR g175.105,176.180,176.200,176.210,177.1200,
AraIditeB PY 323 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] 177.1400
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy cresol novolac (AraIditeB PY 307-1 base) Properties: Pt-Co 50 max. color; m.w. = 4800; sp.gr. 1.026 (20120 C);
CAS 29690-82-2 dens. 8.56; acid no. 0.015 max. mg KOHlg; flash pt. (PMCC) 376 F;
Uses: For use in adhesives, fiber-sizing, textiles, abrasives, paper treat- 0.07% max. water
ment A r c o P E-452 [Bayer]
fearures: Good abrasion resist., toughness, and chem. resist. Chem. Descrip.: Polyether trio1
Properties: Liq.; < 1 ~1 particle size; visc. pourable; epoxide wt. 178-191; CAS 9082-00-2
75% solids Uses: Used in sealants, coatings, and adhesives
Properties; Pt-Co 75 max. color; m.w. = 6300; sp.gr. 1.005 (2920 C);
AraIditeB PZ 3901 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
dens. 8.42 lblgal(60 F); acid no. 0.05 max.; hyd. no. 25.2-28.2; flash pt.
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy cresol novolac (AraIditeB GT 7097 base) in wa- (PMCC) 355 F; pH 4.75-5.75 (in 10l6 aq. IPA); 0.04% max. water
ter (78%) and 2-propoxyethanol (22%) A r c o P LG-56 [Bayer]
Uses: Epoxy for two-component ambient temp. curing epoxy systems for Chem. Descrip.: Polyoxypropylene polyol
concrete coatings, floor coatings, high performance architectural coat- CAS 25791-96-2
ings, and It. duty industrial maintenance coatings, adhesives, fiber-siz- Uses: Polyolfor aq. adhesives, deck and sports coatings, cast-elastomers,
ing, textiles, abrasives, paper treatment, and canlcoil
and crude oil de-emulsification
features: Highly dilutable, exc. adhesion and chem. resist. Properties: Pt-Co 50 max. color; m.w. = 3000; sp.gr. 1.01 (20l20 C);
Properties: Milky disp.; low odor; 1 p particle size; dens. 9.1k0.2 Iblgal; dens. 8.43 lblgal(60 F); visc. 760 cp (20 C); acid no. 0.05 max.; flash pt.
visc. 8000-25,000 cps; flash pt. > 200 F; pH 6-9; epoxide wt. 505-565; (PMCC) 241 F; pH 5.0-6.0 (in 10l6 IPAlwater); 0.05% max. water
nonionic; 55 k 1.5% solids Srorage: Store in carbon steel tanks, recommend a heated tank if stored
Toxicology: Can cause irritation and possible allergic reaction; harmful if outside, temp. of stored material should not exceed 120 F
absorbed through skin; may have effects on blood A r c o P LG-168 [Bayer]
Storage: 1 yr. shelf life stored @J R.T. in sealed orig. container Chem. Descrip.: Polyoxypropylene polyol
AraIditeB XU 3903 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] CAS 25791-96-2
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy cresol novolac (AraIditeB GT 7013 base) Uses: Polyol for coatings, potting compounds, plywood patch, wire and
CAS 29690-82-2 cable coatings, thermal break; food pkg. adhesives, animal glues
Uses: For use in adhesives, fiber-sizing, textiles, abrasives, and paper Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5175.105,178.3120
treatment Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. color; m.w. = 1000; sp.gr. 1.024 (20l20 C);
fearures: Exc. stability, adhesion and chem. resist. dens. 8.55 lblgal (60 F); visc. 400 cp (20 C); acid no. 0.05 mg; hyd. no.

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ArcoP PPG-425

158-178; flash pt. (PMCC) 276 F; pH 4.5-5.5 (in 10l6 isopropanol water inks, textiles, and adhesives; wening agent; solubilizer; coalescing per-
solv.); 0.05% max. water formance in coatings based on acrylic, styrene-acrylic, PVAc; film-former
ArcoP PPG-425 [Bayer] Features: Slow evaporating; good solvency; low volatility; HAPS-free
Chem. Descrip.: Polypropylene glycol Regulatory: SARA 9313 and CERCLA nonreportable
CAS
. - 25322-69-4
~ .. . ~ ~ Properties: APHA 20 max. color; mild odor; sol. 5% in water (20 C); sp.gr.
Uses: Coating additive in solvent and aq. coatings, high modulus adhe- 0.908-0.915; dens. 7.6 Iblgal; visc. 4.8 cstk; vapor pressure 0.03 mm Hg
sives, cast elastomers, thermal break, electrical poning, RIM, inks, lubri- (77 F); b.p. 215 C (760 mm); flash pt. (Seta) 212 F; ref. index 1.42; surf.
cation, metalworking, antistatic agents, crude oil de-emulsification and tens. 29 dyneslcm
plasticizers; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, cellophane, animal glues; Toxicology: Low toxicity by acute oral or dermal exposure; sl. irritating to
defoamer in food-contact coatings, paperlpaperboard eyes; only mildly irritating to skin on repeated exposures; TSCA listed
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105,175.300,176.200,176.210,177.1200, HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
177.1400, 177.1680, 178.3120 Storage: Store in tightly closed, properly vented containers away from
Properties: Pt-Co 75 max. color; m.w. 425; sp.gr. 1.008 (20l20 C); 8.42 heat, sparks, open flame, or strong oxidizing agents; rec. storage in
lblgal (60 F); visc. 110 cp (20 C); acid no. 0.05 max.; flash pt. (PMCC) carbon steel vessels
351 F; pH 5.0-6.0 (in 1016 IPAlwater); 0.05% max. water Arcosolv@ PE [Lyondell Europe]
Storage: Store in carbon steel tanks, recommend a heated tank if stored Chem. Descrip.: Propylene glycol monoethyl ether
outside, temp. of stored material should not exceed 120 F CAS 52125-53-8
ArcoP PPG-725 [Bayer] Uses: Solvent for coatings, cleaners, cosmetics, agric., electronics, inks,
Chem. Descrip.: Polypropylene glycol textiles, and adhesives; wening agent; solubilizer; surf. tens. reducer in
CAS 25322-69-4 cleaning formulations
Uses: Coating additive in coatings, sob.-based adhesives, castable elas- features: Fast evaporating; HAPS-free
tomers, defoamers, humectants, potting compds., tire fill, inks, lubrica- Regulatory: SARA 9313 nonreportable
tion, metalworking, antistatic agents, crude oil de-emulsificationand plas- Properties: Colorless liq.; mild pleasant ether-like odor; sol. 100% in wa-
ticizers; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, cellophane, animal glues; de- ter; misc. with a number of solvs.; m.w. 104.1; sp.gr. 0.890-0.905; dens.
foamer in food-contact coatings, paperlpaperboard 7.5 Iblgal; visc. 2.08 cstk; vapor pressure 4.40 mm Hg (20 C); b.p. 148 C
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105,175.300,176.200,176.210,177.1200, (760 mm); flash pt. (Seta) 92 F; ref. index 1.405; surf. tens. 29.7 dynes/
177.1400, 177.1680, 178.3120 cm
Properties: Pt-Co 50 max. color; m.w. 760; sp.gr. 1.007 (20120 C); dens. Toxicology: Low toxicity on acute oral, dermal, or inh. exposure; can cause
8.41 lblgal (60 F); visc. 160 cp (20 C); acid no. 0.05 max.; flash pt. severe but reversible eye irritation; mildly irritating to skin; TSCA listed
(PMCC) 346 F; pH 5.0-6.0 (in 10l6 IPAlwater); 0.05% max. water HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 2, Reactivity 0
Storage: Store in carbon steel tanks, recommend a heated tank if stored Storage: Store in tightly closed, properly vented containers away from
outside, temp. of stored material should not exceed 120 F heat, sparks, open flame, or strong oxidizing agents; rec. storage in
ArcosoW DPM [Lyondell; Lyondell Europe] carbon steel vessels
Chem. Descrip.: Dipropylene glycol monomethyl ether Arcosolv@ PEA [Lyondell]
CAS 34590-94-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 252-104-2 Chem. Descrip.: Propylene glycol ethyl ether acetate
Uses: Solvent for coatings, cleaners, inks, agric. prods., cosmetics, chemi- CAS 98516-30-4
cal intermediate applics., epoxy laminates, adhesives, floor polishes, Uses: Solvent for coatings, cleaners, agric., cosmetics, electronics, inks,
fuel additives, oilfield, mining, and electronic chemicals; wetting agent; textiles, adhesives
solubilizer Features: Highly misc.; broad solvency
Features: Surf. tens. reduction and slow evaporation in cleaning formula- Properties: APHA 15 max. color; mild odor; sol. 10% in water (20 C); m.w.
tions; HAPS-free 146; sp.gr. 0.942-0.948; dens. 7.5 Iblgal; visc. 1.3 cstk vapor pressure
Regulatory: SARA 9313 and CERCLA nonreportable 1.5 mm Hg (68 F); b.p. 158 C (760 mm); flash pt. (Seta) 129 F; ref. index
Properties: APHA 15 max. liq.; mild, pleasant char. odor; sol. 100% in 1.40; surf. tens. 26.3 dyneslcm
water (20 C); misc. with a number of org. solvs.; m.w. 148.2; sp.gr. 0.950- Toxicology: Low toxicity
0.953; dens. 7.91 Iblgal; visc. 3.6 cstk; vapor pressure 0.17 mm Hg (20 HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 2, Reactivity 0
C); f.p. -80 C; b.p. 188.3 (760 mm); flash pt. (Seta) 167 F; ref. index ArcosoW PM [Lyondell; Lyondell Europe]
1.422; surf. tens. 28.2 dyneslcm; sp. heat 0.54 callgPC Chem. Descrip.: Propylene glycol methyl ether
Toxicology: OSHATWA 100 ppm (inh.); low acute toxicity; sl. eye irritant; CAS 107-98-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-539-1
may be absorbed through skin; TSCA listed Uses: Solvent for coatings, cleaners, inks, agric. prods., cosmetics, chemi-
Precaution: Combustible; combustible residue remains after emptying cal intermediate applics., epoxy laminates, adhesives, floor polishes,
containers fuel additives, oilfield, mining, and electronic chemicals; wetting agent;
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 2, Reactivity 0 solubilizer; surf. tens. reducer in cleaning formulations
Storage: Store in tightly closed, properly vented containers away from features: Fast evaporating; HAPS-free
heat, sparks, open flame, or strong oxidizing agents; rec. storage in Regulatory: SARA 5313 and CERCLA nonreportable
carbon steel vessels Properties: Colorless liq.; mild, pleasant char. odor; sol. 100% in water @
ArcosoW DPMA [Lyondell] 20 C; misc. with a number of org. solvs.; m.w. 90.1; sp.gr. 0.918-0.921;
Chem. Descrip.: Dipropylene glycol methyl ether acetate dens. 7.65 Iblgal; visc. 1.8 cstk vapor pressure 8.1 mm Hg (20 C); f.p.
CAS 88917-22-0 -95 C; b.p. 120.1 C (760 mm); ref. index 1.404; flash pt. (Seta) 89 F;
Uses: Solvent for coatings, cleaners, inks, epoxy laminates, agric., adhe- surf. tens. 26.5 dyneslcm; sp. heat 0.57 callgPC
sives, floor polishes, fuel additives, oilfield, mining, electronics; coales- Toxicology: Low acute toxicity; only mild adverse effects on skin and eye
cent in waterborne emulsion systems contact; TSCA listed
Features: Slow evaporating; nonhydroxylic Precaution: Flamm.
Properties: APHA 15 max. color; sol. 12.3% in water (20 C); m.w. 190.2; HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 3, Reactivity 0
sp.gr. 0.972; dens. 8.14 Iblgal; visc. 2.2 cstk; vapor pressure < 0.10 mm Storage: Store in tightly closed, properly vented containers away from
Hg (20 C); b.p. 205 C (760 mm Hg); ref. index 1.4142; flash pt. (Seta) heat, sparks, open flame, or strong oxidizing agents; rec. storage in
186 F; surf. tens. 28.3 dyneslcm carbon steel vessels
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 2, Reactivity 0 ArcosoW PMA [Lyondell; Lyondell Europe]
ArcosoW DPNB [Lyondell; Lyondell Europe] Chem. Descrip.: Propylene glycol methyl ether acetate
Chem. Descrip.: Dipropylene glycol n-butyl ether CAS 108-65-6; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-603-9
CAS 29911-28-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 249-951-5 Uses: Solvent for coating resins (acrylics, NC, urethanes), lacquers, aq.
Uses: Solvent for coating resins, cleaners, cosmetics, agric., electronics, paints, cleaners, electronics (photoresists, semiconductor processing,

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Arkon P-70

cleaningldegreasing circuit boards, removing solder flux), agric., cos- Storage: Store in tightly closed, properly vented containers away from
metics, inks, textiles, adhesives heat, sparks, open flame, or strong oxidizing agents; rec. storage in
Features: Slow-evaporating; broad solvency; HAPS-free carbon steel vessels
Regu/atory: SARA nonreponable Arcosolv@TPM [Lyondell; Lyondell Europe]
Properties: APHA 10 max. liq.; mild, ester-like odor; sol. 18.5% in water Chem. Descrip.: PPG-3 methyl ether
(20 C); m.w. 132.2; sp.gr. 0.963-0.966; dens. 8.02 Iblgal; visc. 1.1 cstk; CAS 25498-49-1; ElNECSlELlNCS 243-734-9
vapor pressure 3.7 mm Hg (20 C); b.p. 146 C; flash pt. (Seta) 114 F; ref. Uses: Solvent for coatings, cleaners, inks, agric. prods., cosmetics, chemi-
index 1.400; surf. tens. 27.4 dyneslcm cal intermediate applics., epoxy laminates, adhesives, floor polishes,
Environments/: Biodeg. fuel additives, oilfield, mining, and electronic chemicals; wetting agent;
Precaution: Combustible solubilizer; surf. tens. reducer in cleaning formulations
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 2, Reactivity 0 Features: Slow evaporating; HAPS-free
ArcosoW PNB [Lyondell; Lyondell Europe] Regu/atory: SARA 9313 and CERCLA nonreportable
Chem. Descrip.: Propylene glycol n-butyl ether Properties: APHA 15 max. liq.; mild, pleasant char. odor; sol. 100% in
CAS 5131-66-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 225-878-4 water (20 C); misc. with a number of org. solvs.; m.w. 206.3; sp.gr. 0.962-
Uses: Solvent, coupling agent for coating resins, cleaners, cosmetics, 0.965; dens. 8.03 Iblgal; visc. 5.8 cstk; vapor pressure 0.03 mm Hg (20
agric., electronics, inks, textiles, and adhesives; wetting agent; solubilizer; C); f.p. -79 C; b.p. 242.4 C (760 mm); ref. index 1.430; flash pt. (Seta)
surf. tens. reducer in aq. cleaners 232 F; surf. tens. 29.0 dyneslcm; sp. heat 0.51 callgPC
Features: Good solvency; HAPS-free Toxico/ogy: Low acute toxicity; sl. eye irritant; prolongedlrepeated skin
Regu/atory: SARA 5313 and CERCLA nonreponable contact with excessive amts. may cause kidney damage; TSCA listed
Properties: Colorless color; low ether-like odor; sol. 6.4% in water (20 C); HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
sp.gr. 0.874-0.881; dens. 7.3 Iblgal; visc. 3.5 cstk; vapor pressure 0.92 Storage: Store in tightly closed, properly vented containers away from
mm Hg (77 F); b.p. 160 C (760 mm); flash pt. (Seta) 138 F; ref. index heat, sparks, open flame, or strong oxidizing agents; rec. storage in
1.42; surf. tens. 26 dyneslcm carbon steel vessels
Toxico/ogy: Low toxicity by acute oral, dermal, or inh. exposure; mod. Arkon M-90 [Arakawa Chem. Ind.; Arakawa USA]
irritating to eyes; may cause skin irritation; repeated exposures to high Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated aromatic C, hydrocarbon resin
levels may cause liver injury; TSCA listed Uses: Tackifying resin for elastomers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper-
Precaution: Combustible board, rubber articles
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 2, Reactivity 0 Features: Heat and water resist.
Storage: Store in tightly closed, properly vented containers away from Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 175.105, 176.180, 177.2600
heat, sparks, open flame, or strong oxidizing agents; rec. storage in Properties: Water-wh. color; odorless; sol. in min. spirits, toluol; insol. in
carbon steel vessels ethyl acetate, acetone, ethyl alcohol; m.w. 630; sp.gr. 0.993; acid no. 0;
ArcosoW PNP [Lyondell; Lyondell Europe] soften. pt. (R & B) 9 0 A C; flash pt. (OC) 356 F
Chem. Descrip.: Propylene glycol n-propyl ether Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
CAS 1569-01-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 250-069-8 Precaution: Resin may remass during hot weather andlor prolonged stor-
Uses: Coalescing agent, solvent for coatings, cleaners, cosmetics, agric., age
electronics, inks, textiles, and adhesives; wetting agent; solubilizer Arkon M-100 [Arakawa Chem. Ind.; Arakawa USA]
Features: Low volatility; HAPS-free Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated aromatic C, hydrocarbon resin
Regu/atofy: SARA 9313 nonreportable Uses: Tackifying resin for elastomers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper-
Properties: APHAIO max. color; low odor; sol. 100% in water; m.w. 118.2; board, rubber articles
sp.gr. 0.880-0.890; dens. 7.4 Iblgal; visc. 2.3 cstk; vapor pressure 2.5 Features: Heat and water resist.
mm Hg (77 F); b.p. 140 C (760 mm); flash pt. (Seta) 119 F; ref. index Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 175.105, 176.180, 177.2600
1.410; surf. tens. 27 dyneslcm Properties: Water-wh. color; odorless; sol. in min. spirits, toluol; insol. in
Toxico/ogy: SI. to mod. toxic by ing. or dermal exposure; mod. irritating to ethyl acetate, acetone, ethyl alcohol; m.w. 700; sp.gr. 0.995; acid no. 0;
eyes; can cause skin irritation, esp. on prolongedlrepeated exposure; soften. pt. (R & B) 1 0 0 4 C; flash pt. (OC) 383 F
inh. of high vapor concs. causes sensory irritation and sedation; TSCA Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
listed Arkon M-115 [Arakawa Chem. Ind.; Arakawa USA]
Precaution: Flamm. Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated aromatic C, hydrocarbon resin
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 2, Reactivity 0 Uses: Tackifying resin for elastomers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper-
Storage: Store in tightly closed, properly vented containers away from board, rubber articles
heat, sparks, open flame, or strong oxidizing agents; rec. storage in Features: Heat and water resist.
carbon steel vessels Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 175.105, 176.180, 177.2600
ArcosoW PTB [Lyondell] Properties: Water-wh. color; odorless; sol. in min. spirits, toluol; insol. in
Chem. Descrip.: Propylene glycol mono-t-butyl ether ethyl acetate, acetone, ethyl alcohol; m.w. 800; sp.gr. 0.998; acid no. 0;
CAS 57018-52-7 soften. pt. (R & B) 115A C; flash pt. (OC) 410 F
Uses: Solvent, cosolvent, coupling agent for coatings, cleaners, electron- Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
ics, inks, It.-duty and hard-surf. cleaners, water-reducible polyester and Arkon M-135 [Arakawa Chem. Ind.; Arakawa USA]
alkyd resins, agric., cosmetics, textiles, adhesives; wetting agent; Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated aromatic C, hydrocarbon resin
solubilizer; chemical intermediate in the synthesis of monomeric and Uses: Tackifying resin for elastomers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper-
polymeric prods. board, rubber articles
Features: Offers a blend of hydrophobicity and hydrophilicity;
- . - HAPS-free Features: Heat and water resist.
Regu/atofy: SARA 9313 noniepoiable Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 175.105, 176.180, 177.2600
Properties: Colorless liq.; char. eucalyptus-like odor; sol. 17.5% in water Properties: Water-wh. color; odorless; sol. in min. spirits, toluol; insol. in
(20 C); misc. with many org. solvs.; m.w. 132.2; sp.gr. 0.870-0.874; visc. ethyl acetate, acetone, ethyl alcohol; m.w. 850; sp.gr. 0.999; acid no. 0;
3.8 cstk; vapor pressure 1.9 mm Hg (20 C); f.p. -56 C; b.p. 151 C (760 soften. pt. (R & B) 135k5 C; flash pt. (OC) 430 F
mm Hg); flash pt. (Seta) 113 F; ref. index 1.4116; surf. tens. 24.2 dynes/ Toxico/ogy: TSCA listed
cm Arkon P-70 [Arakawa Chem. Ind.; Arakawa USA]
Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral) 3771 mglkg, (dermal) > 2.0 glkg; sl. toxic orally; Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated aromatic C, hydrocarbon resin
mildly irritating to skin, severe-but-reversible eye irritant in pure form; Uses: Tackifying resin for elastomers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper-
TSCA listed board, rubber articles
Precaution: Flamm.; ether cleavage can occur in acidic formulations; stable Features: Heat and water resist.
in neutral and alkaline conditions Regu/atory: FDA 21CFR 175.105, 176.180, 177.2600
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 2, Reactivity 0 Properties: Water-wh. color; odorless; sol. in min. spirits, toluol; insol. in

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Arkon P-90

ethyl acetate, acetone, ethyl alcohol; m.w. 600; sp.gr. 0.983; acid no. 0; in cork binders, gummed tape; humectant, shelf-life extender in joint
soften. pt. (R & B) 70k5 C; flash pt. (OC) 324 F compds.; antistat, conditioner, flexibilizer, humectant, plasticizer, shelf-
Toxicology: TSCA listed life extender, softener in printer rollers; humectant, nutritive sweetener,
Precaution: Resin may remass during hot weather andlor prolonged stor- oleaginous vehicle, tablet diluent in pharmaceuticals
age Features: Noncrystallizing
Arkon P-90 [Arakawa Chem. Ind.; Arakawa USA] Armeen@ 2C [Akzo Nobel Surf. Chem. AB]
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated aromatic C, hydrocarbon resin Chem. Descrip.: Dicocamine (sec. amine)
Uses: Tackifying resin for elastomers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper- CAS 61789-76-2; 61788-46-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 263-086-0; 262-977-1
board, rubber articles UN 3259
Features: Heat and water resist. Uses: Emulsifier; flotation agent; corrosion inhibitor; cosmetics; chem.
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 175.105, 176.180,177.2600 intermediate; food pkg. adhesives; defoamer in food-contact paperlpa-
Properties: Water-wh. color; odorless; sol. in min. spirits, toluol; insol. in perboard; in food-contact rubber articles, animal glue
ethyl acetate, acetone, ethyl alcohol; m.w. 630; sp.gr. 0.991; acid no. 0; Regulatory: FDA21CFR 9175.105, 176.210, 177.2600, 178.3120; DOT,
soften. pt. (R & B) 90k5 C; flash pt. (OC) 347 F TDG, IMDG, IATA regulated; CERCLA nonreponable; SARA §302/304/
Toxicology: TSCA listed 311/312/313 nonreportable; WHMIS Dl2lB, E; Canada DSL; Europe
Precaution: Resin may remass during hot weather andlor prolonged stor- EINECS; Australia NICNAS; Japan MITI; Korea TCCL; Philippines
age RA6969
Arkon P-100 [Arakawa Chem. Ind.; Arakawa USA] Properties: Gardner 2 max. solid; amine like odor; sol. in chloroform, sl.
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated aromatic C, hydrocarbon resin sol. in water, IPA, toluene, CCI,, kerosene; sp.gr. 0.793 (60140 C); dens.
Uses: Tackifying resin for elastomers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper- 790 kglm3(20 C); visc. 49.1 SSU (60 C); vapor pressure < 1 mm Hg (20
board, rubber articles C); m.p. 46 C; i.b.p. 180 C; pour pt. 46 C; HLB 4.2; iodine no. 3; amine
Features: Heat and water resist. no. 144; flash pt. (PMCC) > 149 C; pH (1% sol'n water) basic; cationic;
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 175.105, 176.180,177.2600 90% act.; 93% min. sec. amine
Properties: Water-wh. color; odorless; sol. in min. spirits, toluol; insol. in Toxicology: (CAS 61789-76-2) LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000 mgkg; (CAS 61788-
ethyl acetate, acetone, ethyl alcohol; m.w. 700; sp.gr. 0.995; acid no. 0; 46-3) LD50 (oral, rat) 1300 mglkg, (skin rabbit) > 2000 mglkg; (CAS
soften. pt. (R & B) 100k5 C; flash pt. (OC) 383 F 61788-46-3) LC50 (inh., rat, 1 h) 0.099 mgb; causes eye, skin burns;
Toxicology: TSCA listed may be harmful if swallowed; TSCA listed
Arkon P-115 [Arakawa Chem. Ind.; Arakawa USA] Environmental: EC50 (daphnia, 48 h) 0.032 mgll; CAS 61789-76-2 bio-
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated aromatic C, hydrocarbon resin degrades 20% 0 28 days; CAS 61789-46-3 biodegrades 56% 0 28
Uses: Tackifying resin for elastomers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper- days; not readily biodeg.; may be harmful to the environment
board, rubber articles Precaufion: Use splash goggles, apron, gloves, respirator; incompat. with
Feafures: Heat and water resist. oxidizing agents, acids
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 175.105, 176.180,177.2600 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Nitrogen oxides
Properties: Water-wh. color; odorless; sol. in min. spirits, toluol; insol. in HMIS: Health 3, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
ethyl acetate, acetone, ethyl alcohol; m.w. 770; sp.gr. 0.998; acid no. 0; Storage: Keep container tightly closed in a cool, well-ventilated area
soften. pt. (R & B) 115k5 C; flash pt. (OC) 410 F Armeena HR [Akzo Nobel Canada]
Toxicology: TSCA listed Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated rapeseedalkylamines (95-100%) and
Arkon P-125 [Arakawa Chem. Ind.; Arakawa USA] bis(hydrogenated rapeseedalky1)amines (0.001 -5%)
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated aromatic C, hydrocarbon resin CAS 125328-43-0
Uses: Tackifying resin for elastomers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper- Uses: Surfactant; chemical intermediate; flotation agent; food pkg. adhe-
board, rubber articles sives; defoamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard; in food-contact rub-
Feafures: Heat and water resist. ber articles, animal glues
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 175.105, 176.180,177.2600 Regulafory: FDA 21CFR§175.105,176.210,177.2600,178.3120; SARA
Properties: Water-wh. color; odorless; sol. in min. spirits, toluol; insol. in §302/304/311/312/313nonreportable; CERCLA nonreportable; WHMIS
ethyl acetate, acetone, ethyl alcohol; m.w. 820; sp.gr. 0.999; acid no. 0; Dl2lB
soften. pt. (R & B) 125k5 C; flash pt. (OC) 437 F Properties: Wh. solid; ammoniacal odor; insol. in cold water; sp.gr. 0.791
Toxicology: TSCA listed (60 C); vapor pressure < 1 mm Hg (20 C); m.p. 48 C; i.b.p. 322 C; equiv.
Arkon P-140 [Arakawa Chem. Ind.; Arakawa USA] wt. 310; HLB 6; iodine no. 8 max.; amine no. 178 rnin.; pour pt. 55 C;
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated aromatic C, hydrocarbon resin flash pt. > 150 C; 93% min. primary amine
Uses: Tackifying resin for elastomers; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper- Toxicology: Amines, hydrogenated rape-oil alkyl: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000
board, rubber articles mglkg; OEL = 500 ppm (two -year dietary); NOEL 3 mgkglday; causes
Feafures: Heat and water resist. eye irritation; may cause skin irritation; TSCA listed
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 175.105, 176.180,177.2600 Environmental: Material similar to amines, hydrogenated rape-oil alkyl:
Properties: Water-wh. color; odorless; sol. in min. spirits, toluol; insol. in EC50 (daphnia, 48 h) 0.13 mgll, (algae, 72 h) 0.062 mgb; very toxic to
ethyl acetate, acetone, ethyl alcohol; m.w. 860; sp.gr. 0.999; acid no. 0; aquatic organisms; readily biodeg.
soften. pt. (R & B) 14Ok5 C; flash pt. (OC) 440 F Precaution: Use splash goggles, lab coat, gloves, respirator; may be com-
Toxicology: TSCA listed bustible at high temps.; incompat. with oxidizing agents, acids
Arkon SM-10 [Arakawa USA] Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Nitrogen oxides
Chem. Descrip.: Sat. hydrocarbon resin HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Uses: For hot melt adhesive or clear sealant applics. Storage: Keep container tightly closed in a cool, well-ventilated area
Feafures: Heat stable; weather resist. Armeena HT197 [Akzo Nobel Canada]
Properties: Colorless; odorless; m.w. 680; soften. pt. 100 C Chem. Descrip.: Hydrogenated tallowamine
Arkon SP-10 [Arakawa USA] CAS 61788-45-2; 61789-79-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 262-976-6; 263-089-7
Chem. Descrip.: Sat. hydrocarbon resin Uses: Emulsifier; acid scavenger; flotation collector; dusting additive; chem.
Uses: For hot melt adhesive or clear sealant applics. intermediate; filming amine; corrosion inhibitor; oil additive; mold release
Features: Heat stable; weather resist. agent; food pkg. adhesives; defoamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard;
Properties: Colorless; odorless; m.w. 600; soften. pt. 100 C in food-contact rubber articles; food-contact animal glue
Arlexm 83 [SPl Polyols] Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §173.210, 175.105, 176.210, 177.2600,
Chem. Descrip.: Sorbitol 178.3120; DOT, IMDG, IATA, TDG nonregulated; SARA §302/304/311/
CAS 50-70-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-061-5 312l313 nonreportable;WHMIS Dl2lB; Canada DSL; Australia NICNAS;
Uses: Flexibilizer, gloss aid, humectant, plasticizer, shelf-life extender in Japan MITI; Korea TCCL; Philippines RA6969
adhesives, glues; flexibilizer, humectant, plasticizer, shelf-life extender Properties: Gardner 10 max. solid; ammoniacal odor; very sl. sol. in cold

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Aromatic 200

water; sp.gr. 0.795 (60 C); visc. 47.5 SSU (55 C); vapor pressure < 0.1 A r o C p M-30 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
mm Hg (27 C); m.p. 56 C; pour pt. 60 C; i.b.p. 71 C; b.p. 275 C; HLB 8.2; Chem. Descrip.: Med. m.w. tetra o-methyl bisphenol F dicyanate
equiv. wt. 267; iodine no. 5 max.; amine no. 208 rnin.; flash pt. > 150; prepolymer
evaporation rate < 1; 97% min. primary amine Uses: For hot-melt processing; used for compliant fiber-reinforcedprepreg
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 2000 mgkg; used to mfg. structural composites, radomes, and tooling, and for filmed
causes severe eye irritation; may cause skin irritation; TSCA listed structural adhesives; outstanding hot-wet performance; co-reacts with
Environmental: LC50 (zebra fish, 96 h) 0.88 mgb, (algae, 72 h) 0.062 mgl epoxy resins
I; very toxic to aquatic organisms; readily biodeg. Properties: Amber semisolid resin; sp.gr. 1.I 67; sol. in ketones, esters,
Precaution: Use eye. face protection, gloves; incompat. with oxidizing NMP, chlorinated HC; melt visc. 3100 cps (82 C); ref. index 1.5470 (110
agents, acids C); > 99% NV
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz,nitrogen oxides, ammonia AroCy@ XU 366 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
HMIS: Health 3, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 Chem. Descrip.: Cyanate ester
Storage: Store in tightly closed container in a cook, well-ventilated area Uses: Used in adhesives for microwave antennas, radomes, structural
away from incompat. materials and ignition sources; do not store above and elec. grade adhesives; good dielec. props.; low cure temp. (250 F)
48.88 C Properties: Visc. 400-1000cps (65 C)
Armeen@ R [Akzo Nobel Canada] AroCy@ XU 371 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Chem. Descrip.: Rapeseed amine Chem. Descrb.: Trifunctional semi-solid resin
CAS 68037-92-3 Uses: Resin with applics. in composites, adhesives, and sealers requir-
Uses: Visc. builder; emulsifier; chem. intermediate;flotation collector; food ing mechanical str. at temps. (non-continuous) as high as 300 C
pkg. adhesives; defoamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard; in food- Properties: Visc. 300-600cps (82 C)
contact rubber, animal glues AroCy@XU 378 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium]
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105, 176.210, 177.2600, 178.3120;DOT, Chem. Descrip.: Novolac cyanate ester
IMDG, IATA, TDG nonregulated; SARA §302/304/311/312/313 Uses: For high temp. composites and adhesives, where glass transition
nonreponable; WHMIS Dl2lB; Canada DSL; Europe EINECS; Australia temp. > 300 C is required
NICNAS; Japan MlTl Properties: Visc. 600-1000cps (82 C)
Properties: Yel. liq.; amine like odor; insol. in cold water; sp.gr. 0.812 (38 Arogrip [Ashland]
C); vapor pressure < 0.1 mm Hg (20 C); m.p. 18 C; i.b.p. 275 C; HLB 6; Uses: Adhesive for marine boat building and bonding
equiv. wt. 306; m.p. 18 C; pour pt. 25 C; b.p. 275 C; flash pt. > 150 C; pH Aromatic 100 [ExxonMobil]
7-14; sp. heat 0.54 BtullblF Chem. Descrip.: Naphtha, light aromatic hydrocarbon fluid
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 2000 mglkg; causes severe eye irritation; CAS 64742-95-6;ElNECSlELlNCS 265-199-0
may cause skin irritation; TSCA listed Uses: Solvent, diluent for paintslcoatings, printing inks, agrochems.;
Environmental: LC50 (zebra fish, 96 h) 0.88 mgb; readily biodeg. cosolvent, coalescing agent for acrylic emulsions; azeotrope; solvent
Precaution: Use eye, face protection, gloves; incompat. with oxidizing for additives, pesticides, industrial cleaning, mastics, sealants, process
agents, acids fluids, acrylic polymerization
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz, nitrogen oxides Features: Very low HAPs; slow evaporation rates for good flow and level-
HMIS: Health 3, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 ing; high elec. resist.; good solvency
Storage: Store in tightly closed container in cool, well-ventilatedarea away Regulatory: FDA 40CFR §180.1001(c)(d)(e)
from incompat. materials and ignition sources; do not store above 48.88 Properties: Bright cl. appearance; m.w. 120; sp.gr. 0.868-0.878 (15.61
C 15.6 C); dens. 7.27 lblgal (60 F); visc. 0.8 cP; vapor pressure 4.4 mm
AroCy@ B-10 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] Hg (20 C); i.b.p. 154 C rnin.; flash pt. 42 C rnin.; ref. index 1.4993 (20 C);
surf. tens. 30 dyneslcm; KB value 94; 99.8% aromatic
Chem. Descrip.: Bisphenol A dicyanate monomer Toxicology: TLVlOEL 50 ppm
Uses: Co-reacts with and cures epoxy resins; useful in formulating low Aromatic 100 Anti-Static [ExxonMobil]
visc. impregnants for RTM, pultrusion, and filament winding applics., for Chem. Descrip.: Hydrocarbon fluid with antistatic additive (15 mlll000
alloying with thermoplastic tougheners; as reactive diluent for difficult-
to-process hot-melt prepregs and adhesives gal)
Uses: Solvent for additives, paintslcoatings, pesticides, industrial clean-
Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; sp.gr. 1.259;melt visc. 20 cps (> 80 C); m.p. ing, mastics, sealants, process fluids
79 C; ref. index 1.5395 (90 C) Features: < 3.4% HAPs
AroCy@ B-30 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] Properties: Sp.gr. 0.868-0.878(15.6115.6C); i.b.p. 154 C rnin.; flash pt. >
Chem. Descrip.: Bisphenol A dicyanate prepolymer 42 C; KB value 90 rnin.; 98% min. aromatics
Uses: Processes like semisolid epoxies; used for compliant fiber-rein- Aromatic 150 [ExxonMobil]
forcing prepreg used to mfg. structural composites and tooling, and for Chem. Descrip.: Heavy aromatic naphtha hydrocarbon fluid
high temp. film adhesives; co-reacts with and cures epoxy resins CAS 64742-94-5;ElNECSlELlNCS 265-198-5
Properties: Amber semisolid resin; sp.gr. 1.221; sol. in ketones, esters, Uses: Solvent, diluent for paintslcoatings, printing inks, agrochems.;
THF, chlorinated HC; melt visc. 450 cps (82 C); ref. index 1.5652 (90 C); cosolvent, coalescing agent for acrylic emulsions; azeotrope; solvent
> 99% NV for additives, pesticides, industrial cleaning, mastics, sealants, process
AroCy@ F-10 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] fluids, acrylic polymerization
Chem. Descrip.: HexafluorobisphenolA dicyanate monomer Features: Very low HAPs; slow evaporation rates for good flow and level-
Uses: Flame retardant; offers exc. mech. str., adhesion, toughness, and ing; high elec. resist.; good solvency
low shrinkage; used for Iow-visc.hot-melt impregnations,dissolvingther- Regulatory: FDA 40CFR §180.1001(b)
moplastic tougheners, and as reactive diluent for difficult-to-processhot- Properties: Dens. 7.45 lblgal(60 F); visc. 1.2 cP; vapor pressure 0.5 mm
Hg (20 C); b.p. 184-205C; flash pt. 151 F; surf. tens. 31.4 dyneslcm; KB
melt matrix and adhesive resins; co-reacts with and cures epoxy resins
value 97; 99.8% aromatic
Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; sp.gr. 1.497; melt visc. 20 cfps (> 90 C); Toxicology: TLVlOEL 100 ppm
m.p. 87 C; ref. index 1.476 (110 C); 29.5% F; > 99% purity Aromatic 200 [ExxonMobil; Exxon Canada]
AroCy@ M-10 [Huntsman Polyurethanes Belgium] Chem. Descrip.: Heavy aromatic naphtha hydrocarbon fluid, BHT (25
Chem. Descrip.: Tetra o-methyl bisphenol F dicyanate monomer PPm)
Uses: For Iow-visc. impregnations, dissolving thermoplastic tougheners, CAS 64742-94-5;ElNECSlELlNCS 265-198-5
and as reactive diluent for difficult-to-process hot-melt prepregs and Uses: Solvent, diluent for paintslcoatings, agrochems.; cosolvent, coa-
adhesives lescing agent for acrylic emulsions; solvent for additives, pesticides, in-
Properties: Off-wh. cryst. powd.; sp.gr. 1.197; melt visc. 20 cps (> 110 C); dustrial cleaning, mastics, sealants, process fluids, acrylic polymeriza-
m.p. 106 C; ref. index 1.5252 (110 C); > 99% purity tion; azeotrope; active tail solvent for most polyester coil coatings;

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Aroset@

antisagging agent, antiblistering agent during high temp. curing; chem. Properties: Wh. free-flowing spray-dried beads, particle size 0.3 p; 0.01%
feedstock; fuel max. residue t325 mesh; sp.gr. 2.58; dens. 42-46 Iblft3;oil absorp. 37-
Features: Slow evaporation rates for good flow and leveling; high elec. 41; brightness (GE) 90-92; ref. index 1.56; pH 6-8
resist.; good solvency; complies with criteria for LVP solvent Toxico/ogy: Nontoxic
Regulatoy: FDA 40CFR 5180.1001 (b); Canada DSL listed; NPRl report- ASP@ 100 [Engelhard]
able [naphthalene (13%)] Chem. Descrip.: Hydrous aluminum silicate
Properties: Pale yel. cl. liq.; aromatic hydrocarbon odor; sol. < 0.1% in Chem.Anaksis: SiO, (45.2%), AI,O, (38.8%), free moisture (1.O%)
water; m.w. 161; sp.gr. 1.0 (15.6 C); dens. 8.33 lblgal (60 F); visc. 2.6 CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
cP; vapor pressure < 0.1 mm Hg (20 C); f.p. -19 C; b.p. 231-277 C; flash Uses: Extender, pigment in paints (improves suspension of other pig-
pt. (PMCC) 95 C; autoignition temp. 491 C; surf. tens. 38 dyneslcm; KB ments), in adhesives for corrugated board, laminated fiber board, paper
value 101; 99.8% aromatic bag seams, paper tubes, cores; filler, opacifier in plastics; extender in
Toxico/ogy: REL 15 ppm; inh. of high vapor concs. irritating to eyes, res- printing inks; in rubber industry, in mastics, putties, caulking chemicals,
piratory tract, may cause headaches, dizziness, anesthesia, drowsiness, textile and chemical conditioning
unconsciousness, other CNS effects, death; sl. eye irritant; frequent/ f eatures: Unmodified
prolonged skin contact may cause irritation, dermatitis; if aspirated, may Properties: Wh. particulate, particle size 0.55 p; sp.gr. 2.58; dens. 10-15
cause mild to severe pulmonary injury, death; chronic exposure may Iblft3;ref. index 1.56; pH 3.8-4.6
cause liverlthyroidlurinary bladder damage; possible carcinogen ASP@ 101 [Engelhard]
Environmental: Prevent entry into sewers, watercourses, low areas Chem. Descrip.: Hydrousaluminum silicate treated with magnesiumstear-
Precaution: Flamm. limits 0.7-5.3 vol.%; liq. may burn at flash pt.; electro- ate (0.5%)
static accumulation hazard; use proper grounding procedure; incompat. Chem.Anaksis: SiO, (45.2%), AI,O, (38.8%), free moisture (1.0%)
with nitric acid, sulfuric acid, strong oxidizing agents CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: None Uses: Filler, extender, pigment in paints, industrial coatings, primers, ad-
Storage: Store in cool, well-ventilated area away from incompat. materi- hesives, plastics, printing inks, offset inks, rubber, mastics, putties, caulk-
als, direct sunlight; keep container closed ing chemicals, textile and chemical conditioning; reinforcing extender
Aroset@ [Ashland] for EPDM, SBR, nitrile, most other polymers; antiblocking agent in PE
Chem. Descrip.: Acrylic sol’ns. and emulsions films
Uses: Crosslinking and thermoplastic resins with outstanding clarity and Features: Provides hydrophobicity; pretreated to form a deflocculated
UV and oxidation resist.; for adhesives suspension of high fluidity in water vehicles; no ozone depleting sub-
Arotap@ [Ashland] stances
Chem. Descr@.: Phenolic resin Regdatoy: DOT nonregulated; SARA §311/312 chronic health hazard,
CAS 9003-35-4 §313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EINECS, MITI, Australia listed
Uses: Impregnation of filter and friction media; fortifier for vinyl acetate Properties: Wh. highly pulverized powd.; particle size 0.4 p (avg.); 0.03%
adhesives; aircraft and elec.-grade laminates, high-temp. transmission, max. residue t325 mesh; odorless; insol. in water; sp.gr. 2.58; dens.
brake, and gasket applics.; refractory and coated abrasives binders 15-20 Iblft,; oil absorp. 40-45; brightness (GE) 87; ref. index 1.56; pH
Arquad@ 16-50 [Akzo Nobel Surf. Chem.; Akzo Nobel Surf. Chem. AB] 3.5-5.0; VOC 0
Chem. Descrip.: Cetrimonium chloride, IPA Toxico/ogy: ACGIH TLV 2 mglm3(respirable); LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mgl
Uses: Emulsifier, foaming agent, wetting agent, dispersant, corrosion in- kg; nuisance dust; prolongedlrepeated exposure may cause lung dam-
hibitor, softener, dyeing aid, antistat for textiles, paper, cosmetics, in- age; may cause irritation to skin, respiratory tract; dust may cause eye
dustrial, agric., plastics, petrol., acid pickling baths; bactericide, algicide; irritationlinflammation;TSCA listed
rubber to textile bonding agent; hair conditioner €nvironmenfa/: Not hazardous to the environment
Properties: Gardner 3 max. liq.; sol. in water, IPA, propylene glycol, chlo- Precaution: May be slippery when wet; under certain conditions, may
roform, CCI,; insol. in min. oil, IPM; m.w. (act.) 319; sp.gr. 0.88; f.p. 61 F; catalyze the chain polymerization of styrene monomer, producing an
HLB 15.8; flash pt. (PMCC) 17 C; pH 5-8 (10% aq.); surf. tens. 34 dynes/ exothermic reaction which may generate heat and cause combustion;
cm (0.1%); cationic; 49-52% quat. in aq. IPA do not mix directly with styrene monomer
Environmental: Biodeg. HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
Precaution: Flamm. Storage: Store in cool, dry place
Attic Mist@ [Luzenac Am.] ASP@102 [Engelhard]
Chem. Descrip.: Platy talc Chem. Descrip.: Hydrous aluminum silicate
Chem.Analysis: SiOz (61%), MgO (31%), FezO, (1.6%) Chem.Anaksis: SiOz (45.2%), AI2O3(38.8%), free moisture (1.0%)
CAS 14807-96-6; ElNECSlELlNCS 238-877-9 CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
Uses: Pigment, reinforcing agent, filler for plastics and rubber, extruded Uses: Extender, pigment in paints, adhesives, plastics, printing inks, rub-
profiles, hoses, wire and cable, molded goods; flatting agent, visc. con- ber, mastics, putties, caulking chemicals, textile and chemical condition-
trol for coating formulations; provides dry hiding, imparts good flow, lev- ing; reinforcing extender for EPDM, SBR, nitrile, most other polymers
eling and superior film smoothness; also for adhesives and sealants Features: Pretreated to form a deflocculated suspension of high fluidity in
features: Superior processability; in rubbers, improves extrusion, imparts water vehicles
impermeability and fuel swell resist., good elec. props. Properties: Wh. free-flowing spray-dried beads; particle size 0.4 p (avg.);
Properties: Powd.; 2.2 p median particle size; 100% through 325 mesh; 0.01% max. residue t325 mesh; sp.gr. 2.58; dens. 45-50 IbW; oil absorp.
fineness (Hegman) 6; bulk dens. 13 Iblft3(loose); bulking value 0.0436; 40-45; brightness (GE) 86-88; ref. index 1.56; pH 6-8
surf. area 12 m’lg; oil absorp. 53; brightness (GE) 88; 98-99% talc; 1- ASP@170 [Engelhard]
2% magnesite Chem. Descrip.: Hydrous aluminum silicate, modified with dispersants
ASP@072 [Engelhard] Chem.Anaksis: SiO, (45.2%), AI,O, (38.8%), free moisture (1.O%)
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrous aluminum silicate CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
Chem. Analysis: SiOz (45.2%), AlZO3(38.8%), free moisture (1.O%) Uses: Filler, extender, pigment in paints, semigloss to high gloss coat-
CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8 ings, industrial coillappliance coatings, solvent- and water-borne inks,
Uses: Extender, pigment in paints (improves suspension of other pig- adhesives, plastics, rubber sealants, textiles, etc.; antiblock in films; re-
ments); in adhesives for corrugated board, laminated fiber board, paper inforcing extender for EPDM, SBR, nitrile, most other polymers, BMCl
bag seams, paper tubes, cores; filler, opacifier in plastics; extender in SMC; TiOzextender in rubber, plastics
printing inks; reinforcing extender for EPDM, SBR, nitrile, most other features: Produced by ultraflotation process; high brightness; chemically
polymers; useful in mastics, putties, caulking chemicals, textile and chemi- inert; modified for ease of disp.; easy processing; no ozone depleting
cal conditioning substances
features: Pretreatedto form a deflocculated suspension of high fluidity in Regu/atory: DOT nonregulated; SARA §311/312 acute and chronic health
water vehicles hazard, 9313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, MITI, Australia listed

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A s t o P OK 103

Properties: Wh. highly pulverized powd.; particle size 0.4 p (avg.); 0.01 % Toxico/ogy: ACGIH TLV 2 mglm3 (respirable); nuisance dust; prolongedl
max. residue +325 mesh; He man fineness 5; odorless; insol. in water; repeated exposure may cause lung damage; may cause irritationto skin,
sp.gr. 2.58; bulk dens. 13 lblft9 (loose), 18 Iblft, (tamped); oil absorp. 40- respiratory tract; dust may cause eye irritationlinflammation; TSCA listed
45; brightness (GE) 90-92; ref. index 1.56; pH 6-8 (28%); VOC 0 Precaution: May be slippery when wet; under certain conditions, may
Toxico/ogy: ACGIH TLV 2 mglm3(respirable); nuisance dust; prolongedl catalyze the chain polymerization of styrene monomer, producing an
repeated exposure may cause lung damage; may cause irritation to skin, exothermic reaction which may generate heat and cause combustion;
respiratory tract; dust may cause eye irritationlinflammation do not mix directly with styrene monomer
Precaution: May be slippery when wet; under certain conditions, may HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
catalyze the chain polymerization of styrene monomer, producing an Storage: Store in cool, dry place
exothermic reaction which may generate heat and cause combustion; ASP@600 [Engelhard]
do not mix directly with styrene monomer Chem. Descrip.: Hydrous aluminum silicate, unmodified
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 Chem. Analysis: SiO, (45.2%), AI,O, (38.8%), free moisture (1.O%)
Storage: Store in cool, dry place CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
ASP@200 [Engelhard] Uses: Extender, pigment in paints, adhesives, plastics, rubber, textiles,
Chem. Descrip.: Hydrous aluminum silicate, unmodified etc.; reinforcing extender for EPDM, SBR, nitrile, most other polymers
Chem. Analysis: SiOz (45.2%), AI2O3(38.8%), free moisture (1.0%) Features: Easy processing
CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8 Properties: Wh. particulate, particle size 0.6 p (avg.); 0.015% max. resi-
Uses: Extender, pigment in solvent-borne and water-borne paints, elec- due +325 mesh; sp.gr. 2.58; dens. 15-20 Iblft,; oil absorp. 38-43; bright-
trodeposition primers, primers, topcoats, semigloss coatings, industrial/ ness (GE) 85-87; ref. index 1.56; pH 3.5-5.0
coillappliance coatings, undercoats, offset and gravure inks, adhesives, ASP@602 [Engelhard]
plastics, rubber, textiles, etc.; reinforcing extender for EPDM, SBR, ni- Chem. Descrip.: Hydrous aluminum silicate
trile, most other polymers, polyester pultrusion profiles, BMClSMC Chem. Analysis: SiO, (45.2%), AI,O, (38.8%), free moisture (1.O%)
Features: Chemically inert; no ozone depleting substances CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
Regu/atory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311l312 chronic health hazard, Uses: Extender, pigment in paints, adhesives, plastics, printing inks, rub-
9313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EINECS, MITI, Australia listed ber, mastics, putties, caulking chemicals, textile and chemical condition-
Properties: Wh. highly pulverized powd., particle size 0.4 p (avg.); 0.01 % ing; reinforcing extender for EPDM, SBR, nitrile, most other polymers
max. residue +325 mesh; He man fineness 5; odorless; insol. in water; Features: Pretreated to form a deflocculated suspension of high fluidity in
9
sp.gr. 2.58; bulk dens. 13 lblft (loose), 20 Iblft3(tamped); oil absorp. 40- water vehicles; highly pulverized form for use in org. systems
45; brightness (GE) 87; ref. index 1.56; pH 3.5-5.0 (28%); VOC 0; 1% Properties: Wh. free-flowing spray-dried beads, particle size 0.6 p (avg.);
moisture 0.01% max. residue +325 mesh; sp.gr. 2.58; dens. 45-50 IbW; oil absorp.
Use Level: Nontoxic 38-43; brightness (GE) 85-87; ref. index 1.56; pH 6-8
Toxico/ogy: ACGIH TLV 2 mglm3(respirable); LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mgl ASP@900 [Engelhard]
kg; nuisance dust; prolongedlrepeated exposure may cause lung dam- Chem. Descrip.: Hydrous aluminum silicate, unmodified
age; may cause irritation to skin, respiratory tract; dust may cause eye Chem. Analysis: SiO, (45.2%), AI,O, (38.8%), free moisture (1.O%)
irritationlinflammation; TSCA listed CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
Environmental: Not hazardous to the environment Uses: Extender, pigment in paints, adhesives, plastics, rubber, textiles,
Precaution: May be slippery when wet; under certain conditions, may etc.; reinforcing extender for EPDM, SBR, nitrile, most other polymers
catalyze the chain polymerization of styrene monomer, producing an features: Easy processing
exothermic reaction which may generate heat and cause combustion; Properties: Wh. particulate, particle size 1.5 p; 0.1 5% max. residue +325
do not mix directly with styrene monomer mesh; sp.gr. 2.58; dens. 30-35 Iblft3;oil absorp. 31-36; brightness (GE)
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 83-85; ref. index 1.56; pH 3.5-5.0
ASP@400 [Engelhard] ASP@902 [Engelhard]
Chem. Descrb.: Hydrous aluminum silicate, unmodified Chem. Descrip.: Hydrous aluminium silicate
Chem. Analysis: SiO, (45.2%), AI,O, (38.8%), free moisture (1.0%) Chem. Analysis: SiO, (45.2%), AI,O, (38.8%), free moisture (1.O%)
CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8 CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
Uses: Extender, pigment in paints, adhesives, plastics, rubber, textiles, Uses: Extender, pigment for ceiling tile coatings, adhesives and caulks
etc.; reinforcing extender for EPDM, SBR, nitrile, most other polymers; Properties: Slurry; particle size 1.5 p; 0.15% max. residue +325 mesh;
offers 'antipenetration' chars. making it effective as blocking agent in sp.gr. 2.58; bulking value 21.5 Iblgal; oil absorp. 31-36; brightness (GE)
adhesives 83-85; ref. index 1.56; pH 6-8
features: Easy processing AstorTMOK 103 [Honeywell Spec. Wax & Addit.]
Properties: Wh. particulate, particle size 4.8 p; 0.15% max. residue +325 Chem. Descrip.: Microcrystalline wax, clay treated
mesh; sp.gr. 2.58; dens. 30-35 Iblft3;oil absorp. 30-35; brightness (GE) CAS 64742-42-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1
79-82; ref. index 1.56; pH 3.5-5.0 Uses: Wax for hot-melt adhesives, cosmetics (salvesAotion base), per-
Use Level: Nontoxic sonal care prods., food coatings, lubricants, pkg., food pkg., paints, pol-
ASP@400P [Engelhard] ishes, wirelcable, rubber, textiles, general purpose laminations of vari-
Chem. Descrb.: Hydrous aluminum silicate, unmodified ous substrates; chewing gum base; mold release agent in tires, rubber
Chem. Analysis: 50, (45.2%), AI,O, (38.8%), free moisture (1.0%) features: Inherent flexibility
CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8 Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9311l313 nonreportable; Canada
Uses: Filler, extender, pigment in paints, stains, wall primers, exterior DSL, EINECS, Australia, Korea listed
house paints, wood sealers, adhesives, plastics, rubber, textiles, etc.; Properties: Wh. to brn. waxy solid (prill, pellet, or slab form); waxy odor;
reinforcing extender for EPDM, SBR, nitrile, most other polymers, glass- insol. in water (1%); sp.gr. 0.83-0.87; visc. 9-15 cSt (100 C); m.p. 65-90
reinforced thermoset systems, BMCISMC, pultrusion profiles; blocking C; congeal pt. 150-160 F; flash pt. (COC) > 260 C; ref. index 1.434-1.44
agent in adhesives (100 C); 100% act.
features: Highly pulverized form for use in org. systems; higher aspect Toxico/ogy: Exposure to fumes from melting may cause irritation to eyes,
ratio; chemically inert; offers 'antipenetration' chars.; low oil absorp. al- respiratorysystem; contact with molten material will cause thermal burns;
lows higher loading in paints; improves enamel holdout contact with powd. may cause mech. irritation to eyes; TSCA listed
Regu/atory: DOT nonregulated; SARA §311/312 acute and chronic health Precaution: Spillages may be slippery; melts in proximity to fire causing
hazard, §313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, Japan, Australia listed slippery floors; does not ignite readily, but will burn; incompat. with strong
Properties: Wh. highly pulverized powd.; particle size 4.8 p; 0.15% max. oxidizing agents
residue +325 mesh; Hegman fineness 4; odorless; insol. in water; sp.gr. Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Fire may produce dense smoke and irritat-
2.58; bulk dens. 24 Iblft, (loose), 45 Iblft, (tamped); oil absorp. 30-35; ing or poisonous gases incl. CO, CO,
brightness (GE) 80; ref. index 1.56; pH 3.5-5.0; VOC 0; 1% moisture Storage: Avoid excess heat

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AstorTMOK 210W

AstorTMOK 210W [Honeywell Spec. Wax &Addit.] AstorTMOK 6080 [Honeywell Spec. Wax & Addit.]
Chem. Descrip.: Microcrystalline wax, clay treated Chem. Descrip.: Microcrystalline wax
CAS 64742-42-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1 CAS 64742-42-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1
Uses: Wax for hot-melt and solvent-borneadhesives, food contact applics. Uses: Wax for hot-meltadhesives, cosmetics (lipsticks, salvesllotion base),
(cheese coatings, chewing gum base), laminated wrap pkg., cosmetics personal care prods., food coatings, lubricants, pkg., paints, polishes,
(creams, dressings, moisturizers, salvellotion base), pharmaceuticals wirelcable, rubber, textiles; thickener, visc. modifier in lubricants; chew-
(creams, dressings), paints, polishes, wirelcable, rubber, textiles ing gum base
Features: Exc. initial seal str.; good resist. to aging; resist. to strike through Features: Good penetration temp. curve
0high ambient temps. Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5172.886,178.3710; DOT nonregulated; SARA
Regulatory: FDA approved; DOT nonregulated; SARA §311/313 §311/313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EINECS, Australia, Korea listed
nonreponable; Canada DSL, EINECS, Australia, Korea listed Properties: Wh. to brn. waxy solid (prill, pellet or slab form); waxy odor;
Properties: Wh. to blk. waxy solid (prill, pellet, or slab form); char. waxy insol. in water (1%); sp.gr. 0.83-0.87; visc. 18-23 cst (100 C); m.p. 65-90
odor; negligible sol. in water; sp.gr. 0.83-0.87; visc. 13-17 cSt (212 F); C; congeal pt. 183-188 F; flash pt. (COC) > 260 C; ref. index 1.427-
vapor pressure negligible; m.p. 65-90 C; congeal pt. 159-167 F; flash pt. 1.441 (100 C); 100% act.
(OC) > 260 C; ref. index 1.437-1.441 (100 C); 100% act. Toxicology: Exposure to fumes from melting may cause irritation to eyes,
Toxicology: Exposure to fumes from melting may cause irritation to eyes, respiratorysystem; contact with molten materialwill cause thermal burns;
respiratorysystem; contact with molten materialwill cause thermal burns; contact with powd. may cause mech. irritation to eyes; TSCA listed
contact with powd. may cause mech. irritation to eyes; TSCA listed Precaution: Spillages may be slippery; melts in proximity to fire causing
Environmental: Not expected to cause adverse environmental effect slippery floors; does not ignite readily, but will burn; incompat. with strong
Precaution: Spillages may be slippery; melts in proximity to fire causing oxidizing agents
slippery floors; does not ignite readily, but will burn; incompat. with strong Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Fire may produce dense smoke and irritat-
oxidizing agents ing or poisonous gases incl. CO, CO,
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Fire may produce dense smoke and irritat- Storage: Avoid excess heat
ing or poisonous gases incl. CO, CO, AstorTMOK 6151 [Honeywell Spec. Wax & Addit.]
Storage: Store in cool, dry place below 90 F Chem. Descrip.: Paraffin wax
AstorTMOK 239TP [Honeywell Spec. Wax & Addit.] CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6
Chem. Descrip.: Microcrystalline wax, clay treated Uses: Wax for saturationlimpregnation, candle emulsions, waterproofing,
CAS 64742-42-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1 adhesives, PVC fencingldeckinglpipelsiding,fruitlveg. coatings, waxed
Uses: Wax for pkg., hot-melt and solvent-borne adhesives, food-contact paper pkg., cosmetic salvesllotions, floor polishes, leather treatment,
applics. (food coatings, cheese coatings, chewing gum), laminated wrap thread lubrication; mold release agent in tires, rubber; water repellent in
pkg., cosmetics (moisturizers, salvellotion base), shoe polishes, lubri- wood preservation; process aid in mixing of rubber and plastic compds.
cants, paints, wirelcable, rubber, textiles Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA §311/313 nonreportable; Canada
Features: High m.p.; relatively high visc.; exc. cohesionladhesion DSL, EINECS, Australia, Japan, Korea listed
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA §311/313 nonreportable; Canada Properries: Wh. to amber waxy solid (prill, pellet, or slab form); char. waxy
DSL, EINECS, Australia, Japan, Korea listed odor; negligible sol. in water; sp.gr. 0.87-0.92; visc. 2.8-3.8 cSt (100 C);
Properties: Wh. to blk. waxy solid (prill, pellet, or slab form); char. waxy vapor pressure negligible; m.p. 50-82 C; congeal pt. 124-128 F; flash pt.
odor; negligible sol. in water; sp.gr. 0.83-0.87; visc. 14-20 cSt (100 C); (OC) > 190 C; ref. index 1.4815-1.4225 (10 C); 100% act.
vapor pressure negligible; m.p. 65-90 C; flash pt. (OC) > 260 C; ref. Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 2 mglm3(fume); exposure to fumes from melting
index 1.43-1.45 (100 C); 100% act. may cause irritation to eyes, respiratory system; contact with molten
Toxicology: Exposure to fumes from melting may cause irritation to eyes, material will cause thermal burns; contact with powd. may cause mech.
respiratorysystem; contact with molten materialwill cause thermal burns; irritation to eyes; TSCA listed
contact with powd. may cause mech. irritation to eyes; TSCAlisted Environmental: Not expected to cause adverse environmental effect
Environmental: Not expected to cause adverse environmental effect Precaution: Spillages may be slippery; melts in proximity to fire causing
Precaution: Spillages may be slippery; melts in proximity to fire causing slippery floors; does not ignite readily, but will burn; incompat. with strong
slippery floors; does not ignite readily, but will burn; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents
oxidizing agents Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Fire may produce dense smoke and irritat-
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Fire may produce dense smoke and irritat- ing or poisonous gases incl. CO, CO,
ing or poisonous gases incl. CO, CO, Storage: Store in cool, dry place below 30 C
Storage: Store in cool, dry place out of direct sunlight, below 30 C Astorwax 1750 [Honeywell Spec. Wax & Addit.]
Astor@OK 2031 [Honeywell Spec. Wax & Addit.] Chem. Descrip.: Low-melt paraffin wax, clay treated
Chem. Descrip.: Paraffin wax CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6
CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6 UN 3257
Uses: Wax for adhesives, cosmetics (salveAotion base), PVC fencing/ Uses: Wax for hot-melt adhesives, candles, food coatings, paper pkg.,
deckinglsiding, fruitlveg. coatings, canningjars, waxed paper pkg., floor personal care (creams, dressings, salvellotion base), pharmaceuticals
polishes, leather treatment, thread lubrication; mold release agent in (creams, dressings), polishes, textiles (waterprooftreatments), aq. coat-
tires, rubber; water repellent in wood preservation ings; water repellent in wood preseivation
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 5311l313 nonreportable; Canada Regulatory: DOT regulated above 212 F; SARA §311/313 nonregulated;
DSL, EINECS, Australia, Japan, Korea listed Canada DSL, EINECS, Australia, Korea listed
Properties: Wh. to amber waxy solid (prill, pellet, or slab form); char. waxy ProperYies: Liq.; water-wh. molten wax 0200 F; char. waxy odor; negli-
odor; negligible sol. in water (1%); sp.gr. 0.87-0.92; vapor pressure neg- gible sol. in water; sp.gr. 0.80-0.82; visc. 2.5-2.7 cSt (98.9 C); m.p. 45-
ligible; m.p. 50-82 C; flash pt. (OC) > 190 C; 100% act. 67 C; flash pt. (OC) > 190 C; 100% act.
Toxicology: ACGIH TLV 2 mglm3(fume); exposure to fumes from melting Toxicology: Exposure to fumes may cause irritation to eyes, nose, throat;
may cause irritation to eyes, respiratory system; contact with molten contact with molten material will cause thermal burns; TSCA listed
material will cause thermal burns; contact with powd. may cause mech. Precaution: Spillages may be slippery; does not ignite readily, but will
irritation to eyes; TSCA listed burn; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents
Environmental: Not expected to cause adverse environmental effect Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Fire may produce irritating or poisonous
Precaution: Spillages may be slippery; melts in proximity to fire causing gases incl. CO, CO,
slippery floors; does not ignite readily, but will burn; incompat. with strong Storage: Avoid excessive heat
oxidizing agents Astorwax 2250 [Honeywell Spec. Wax & Addit.]
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Fire may produce dense smoke and irritat- Chem. Descrip.: Low-melt paraffin wax, clay treated
ing or poisonous gases incl. CO, CO, CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6
Storage: Avoid excess heat UN 3257

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AviroP A

Uses: Wax for food-contact applics. (food coatings, cheese coatings, wine coatings, paperlpaperboard, closures with sealing gaskets for food con-
bonles), waxed paper pkg., personal care (creams, dressings, salve/ tainers
lotion base), pharmaceuticals (creams, dressings), floor polishes, tex- Regulatory: FDA21CFR~172.515,175.105,175.300,175.320,175.380,
tiles, leather treatment, waterproof treatment, hot-melt adhesives, 175.390, 176.170, 177.1210, 178.3910, 181.27
candles; water repellent in wood preselvation Properties: Insol. in water; m.w. 402.5; sp.gr. 1.045-1.055;dens. 8.74 Ibl
Regulatory: DOT regulated above 212 F; SARA 5311l313 nonregulated; gal; visc. 32.7 cps; b.p. 173 C (1 mm); pour pt. -75 F; flash pt. (COC)
Canada DSL, EINECS, Australia, Korea listed 204 C; ref. index 1.4410-1.4425;99% min. assay
Properties: Liq.; water-wh. molten wax @ 200 F; char. waxy odor; negli- ATEC-NF [Morflex]
gible sol. in water; sp.gr. 0.80-0.82;visc. 2.5-2.7 cSt (98.9 C); m.p. 45- Chem. Descrb.: Acetyltriethyl citrate
67 C; flash pt. (OC) > 190 C; 100% act. CAS 77-89-4;ElNECSlELlNCS 201-066-5
Toxicology: Exposure to fumes may cause irritation to eyes, nose, throat; Uses: Plasticizer for aq. pharmaceutical coatings; food pkg. adhesives,
contact with molten material will cause thermal burns; TSCA listed coatings, paperlpaperboard, closures with sealing gaskets for food con-
Precaution: Spillages may be slippery; does not ignite readily, but will tainers
burn; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents Regulatory: FDA21CFR~175.105,175.300,175.320,175.380,176.170,
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Fire may produce irritating or poisonous 177.1210, 178.3910, 181.27
gases incl. CO, CO, Properties: Sol. 0.72 gll00 ml water; m.w. 318.3; sp.gr. 1.I 35-1.I 39; dens.
Storage: Avoid excessive heat 9.47 Iblgal; visc. 53.7 cps; b.p. 132 C (1 mm); pour pt. -45 F; flash pt.
Astorwax 8618 Light [Honeywell Spec. Wax & Addit.] (COC) 188 C; ref. index 1.432-1.441;99% min. assay
Chem. Descrip.: Microcrystalline wax, clay treated Atomite [Georgia Marble]
CAS 64742-42-3;ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1 Chem. Descrip.: Calcium carbonate
Uses: Wax in hot-melt adhesives, food-contact applics. (food coatings, Chem.Analysis: CaCO, (95% min.)
chewing gum base), personal care (lipsticks, salvellotion base), floor CAS 471-34-1;ElNECSlELlNCS 207-439-9
polishes, textiles (thread lubrication), candles, inks, lubricants, paints Uses: Extender filler for BMC, SMC, TMC, pultrusion, transfer molding,
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5176.886,178.3710;DOT nonregulated; SARA wet mat and other glass fiber-reinforcedthermoset polyesters, polyolefins,
5311l313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EINECS, Australia, Korea listed urethanes, epoxies, moldings and extrusions, fluid polymer systems;
Properties: Wh. to blk. waxy solid (prill, pellet, or slab form); char. waxy flat and gloss paints, enamels, varnishes, caulks, sealants, adhesives,
odor; negligible sol. in water; sp.gr. 0.83-0.87; visc. 18 cSt (98.9 C); mastics, fine-celled foams
vapor pressure negligible; m.p. 65-90 C; flash pt. (OC) > 260 C; 100% Properties: Powd.; 3 ~1 mean particle size; 0.006% on 325 mesh; sp.gr.
act. 2.7; bulking value 0.443 galllb; oil absorp. 14-16%; brightness 94; hard-
Toxicology: Exposure to fumes from melting may cause irritation to eyes, ness (Mohs) 3.0
respiratorysystem; contact with molten materialwill cause thermal burns; AtomiteB [IMERYS]
contact with powd. may cause mech. irritation to eyes; TSCA listed Chem. Descrip.: Calcium carbonate
Environmental: Not expected to cause adverse environmental effect Chem.Analysis: CaCO, (97.6%), MgCO, (1.5%),moisture (0.2% max.)
Precaution: Spillages may be slippery; melts in proximity to fire causing CAS 1317-65-3
slippery floors; does not ignite readily, but will burn; incompat. with strong Uses: Pigment, filler, reinforcing agent for water and sob.-based coat-
oxidizing agents ings, paper, foods, rubber, plastics, caulks, sealants, adhesives, etc.
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Fire may produce dense smoke and irritat- Features: High brightness, controlled particle size, easy dispersing grade
ing or poisonous gases incl. CO, CO, Regulatory: NSF compliance
Storage: Avoid excessive heat Properties: Wh. powd., odorless; 3.0 ~1 mean particle size; fineness
Astorwax 9508 Light [Honeywell Spec. Wax & Addit.] (Hegman) 6.0; negligible sol. in water; sp.gr. 2.71; bulk dens. 45 Iblft3
Chem. Descrip.: Microcrystalline wax, clay treated (loose); surf. area 2.8 m’lg; oil absorp. 15;pH 9.5 (5% slurry); nonflamm.
CAS 64742-42-3;ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1 Toxicology: TLVRWA 10 rnglm,, considered nuisance dust
Uses: Wax for hot-melt adhesives, food-contact applics. (food coatings, Precaution: Incompat. with acids
chewing gum base), pkg., paints (road markers), personal care (lipstick, Attagel@ 40 [Engelhard]
salvellotion base), floor polishes, textiles (thread lubrication), candles, Chem. Descrip.: Colloidal anapulgites
inks; thickener, visc. agent in lubricants CAS 1337-76-4
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR §176.886,178.3710;DOT nonregulated; SARA Uses: Thickener, stabilizer, suspending agent, flatting agent in paints;
5311l313 nonreportable; Canada DSL, EINECS, Australia, Korea listed suspending agent, bodying agent, sag control agent in adhesives, seal-
Properties: Wh. to blk. waxy solid (prill, pellet, or slab form); char. waxy ants, and mastics
odor; negligible sol. in water; sp.gr. 0.83-0.87;visc. 18.0-20.1cSt (98.9 Properties: Lt. cream powd., particle size 0.14 p, 0.3 325-mesh residue;
C); vapor pressure negligible; m.p. 65-90C; flash pt. (OC) 260 C; 100% sp.gr. 2.36; dens. 19-22 lblft3;pH 7.5-9.5; 11% conc.
act. Attagel@ 50 [Engelhard]
Toxicology: Exposure to fumes from melting may cause irritation to eyes, Chem. Descrip.: Colloidal anapulgites
respiratorysystem; contact with molten materialwill cause thermal burns; CAS 1337-76-4
contact with powd. may cause mech. irritation to eyes; TSCA listed Uses: Thickener, stabilizer, suspending agent, flatting agent in paints;
Environmental: Not expected to cause adverse environmental effect suspending agent, bodying agent, sag control agent in adhesives, seal-
Precaution: Spillages may be slippery; melts in proximity to fire causing ants, and mastics; Aramid and other fiber spacer in rubber compr. gas-
slippery floors; does not ignite readily, but will burn; incompat. with strong kets
oxidizing agents Properties: Lt. cream powd., particle size 0.14 p, 0.01% 325-mesh resi-
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Fire may produce dense smoke and irritat- due; sp.gr. 2.36; dens. 19-22lblft3;pH 7.5-9.5; 11% conc.
ing or poisonous gases incl. CO, CO, AviroP A [CognislChems. Group]
Storage: Avoid excessive heat Chem. Descrb.: Ammonium lauryl sulfate
AT25 [Rit-Chem] CAS 2235-54-3;ElNECSlELlNCS 218-793-9
Chem. Descrb.: Polyterpene resin Uses: Emulsifier for emulsion polymerization; additive for mech. latex
CAS 9003-74-1 foaming; foaming agent for acrylate disps., carpet and upholstery clean-
ers; air entraining agent for mortars; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaper-
Uses: Tackifier in hot melt and soh.-based pressure sensitive adhesives board, cellophane; defoamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard
Properties: Liq. Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105, 176.170, 176.210, 177.1200; BGA
ATBC-NF [Morflex] approved; SARA §311/312 reportable
Chem. Descrip.: Acetyl tri-n-butyl citrate Properties: Colorless liq.; sl. ammonia odor; completely sol. in water; sp.gr.
CAS 77-90-7;ElNECSlELlNCS 201-067-0 1.04; dens. 8.66 Iblgal; visc. 1250 cp; flash pt. (PMCC) > 93 C; pH 6.5
Uses: Plasticizer for aq. pharmaceutical coatings; food pkg. adhesives, (10%);anionic; 34% act.; 30-32% solids

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AviroP SA 4106

Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) < 5 glkg; skin, eye, respiratory irritant; TSCA Regu/atofy: FDA 2lCFR 5176.180; BGA approved; SARA 9311l312 re-
listed portable
Precaution: Avoid strong oxidizing agents Properries: Amber liq.; completely sol. in water; sp.gr. 1.1; dens. 9.2 Ibl
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO,, CO, NO, gal; visc. 200 cps; cloud pt. 5 C max.; flash pt. (PMCC) > 93 C; pH 7-10
NFPA: Health 2, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 (10%); surf. tens. 38 dyneslcm; anionic; 43-46% solids
Storage: Protect from freezing; store @ < 10 C; mix well before using Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) 4 glkg; causes skin, eye, and respiratory irri-
tation; TSCA listed
AviroP SA 4106 [CognislChems. Group] Environmental: Biodeg.
Chem. Descrip.: Sodium 2-ethylhexyl sulfate Precaution: Incompat. with strong oxidizing agents
CAS 126-92-1; ElNECSlELlNCS 204-812-8 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO,, CO, SO,
Uses: Wetting agent, stabilizer for plastics, rubber, adhesives, food-con- NFPA: Health 2, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
tact paperlpaperboard; coemulsitier for vinyl chloride, acrylics, vinyl ac- Storage: Protect from freezing; do not store @ < 10 C; mix well before
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B20F [Grain Processing] Bareco@C-1035 [Bareco Prods.]
Chem. Descrip.: Unmodified corn starch Chem. Descrip.: Hard microcrystalline wax consisting of n-paraffinic,
CAS 9005-25-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-679-6 branched paraffinic, and naphthenic hydrocarbons
Uses: Specially treated to improve functionality in applics. such as AP CAS 63231-60-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1
conversions for paper and board surf. sizing and coating; food-contact Uses: Used in hot-melt coatings and adhesives, paper coatings, printing
paperlpaperboard inks, lacquers, paints, varnishes; binder in ceramics; for potting, filling in
Regulatory: FDA21CFR ~176.170,176.180 elec.lelectronic components; lubricant and processing aid in plastics; in
Properties: Wh. fine powd., flash-dried form; bulk dens. 31 Iblft3 (loose), investment castings; emulsion wax size in papermaking; fabric softener
39 Iblft3(packed); pH 6; 11% moisture ingred. in permanent-press fabrics; in emulsion and latex coatings; in
B115 [Rit-Chem] cosmetic hand creams and lipsticks; chewing gum base; microcapsule
Chem. Descrip.: Polyterpene resin for flavoring substances
CAS 9003-74-1 Regulatory: Incl. FDA 5172.230, 172.615, 175.105, 175.300, 176.170,
Uses: Resin for use in hot melt and sob.-based pressure sensitive adhe- 176.180, 176.200, 177.1200, 178.3710, 179.45
sive applics. Properties: Color 0.5 (DI 500) wax; very low sol. in org. solvs.; sp.gr. 0.93;
Properties: Soften. pt. (R&B) = 115 C visc. 80-110 SUS (99 C); m.p. 94 C
B200 [Grain Processing] Bareco@C-4040 [Bareco Prods.]
Chem. Descrip.: Unmodified corn starch Chem. Descrip.: Synthetic wax
CAS 9005-25-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-679-6 CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6
Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.;
Uses: Specially treated to improve functionality in applics. such as AP firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches;
conversions for paper and board surf. sizing and coating; food-contact paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contact applics.
paperlpaperboard
Regulatory: FDA21CFR§172.888,175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §176.170,176.180 176.170, 176.180, 176.200, 176.210, 177.1200, 177.1210, 177.2600,
Properties: Wh. gran. powd.; bulk dens. 39 Iblft3(loose), 48 Iblft3(packed); 177.2800, 178.3720, 178.3850, 179.45
pH 6; 11% moisture Properties: Visc. 4.5-8.3 CP(149 C); m.p. 100-106.5 C
Bacote 20@ [Magnesium Elektron] Barecoa FR-5315 [Bareco Prods.]
Chem. Descrip.: Stabilized ammonium zirconium carbonate aq. sol’n. Chem. Descrip.: Paraffin wax
CAS 68309-95-5 CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6
Uses: Binder insolubilizer for paper and board coatings, nonwoven fab- Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.;
rics; deposit control agent in wet-end paper processes; str. additive for firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches;
alkaline-sized paper; component of waterborne inks, overprint varnishes, paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contact applics.
adhesives; textile, leather, and paper water-repellent formulations; anti- Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5172.886, 178.3710
microbial treatment for textiles and timber; coagulant in mfg. of syn. Properties: M.p. 52-54 C
leather cloth; metal pretreatment coatings; precursor to zirconia in cata- Barecoa FR-5914 [Bareco Prods.]
lyst systems Chem. Descrip.: Paraffin wax
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5176.1 70,176.1 80; BgVV compliance CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6
Properties: Colorless cl. mobile liq.; sp.gr. 1.36; visc. 5 cps; pH 9.0-9.5; Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.;
20% ZrO, firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches;
paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contact applics.
Storage: 6 mos. min. shelf life @ ambient temps. in sealed container;
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 5172.886, 178.3710
store in cool areas; protect sol‘ns. from extremely high temps. and freez-
ing; containers must remain sealed until use due to volatile nature Properties: M.p. 58-61 C
Bareco@ FR-6012 [Bareco Prods.]
Barden R [Kentucky-TennesseeClay]
Chem. Descrip.: Paraffin wax
Chem. Descrip.: Hard kaolin clay
CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6
CAS 1332-58-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 296-473-8
Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.;
Uses: Clay fillerlextender for hard and soft rubber compds., plastics, ad- firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches;
hesives, and protective coatings paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contact applics.
Properties: Wh.; 0.3 ~1 median panicle size; 0.40% max. on 325 mesh; Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5172.886,178.3710
sp.gr. 2.60; surf. area 22-26 m’lg; oil absorp. 33-38 gllOOg of clay; GE
brightness 70-80; pH 4-5.5 (28% solids); 1% max. moisture Properties: M.p. 59-61 C
Bareco@ FR-6513 [Bareco Prods.]
Bareco@C-700 [Bareco Prods.]
Chem. Descrip.: Hard microcrystalline wax consisting of n-paraffinic, Chem. Descrip.: Paraffin wax
branched paraffinic, and naphthenic hydrocarbons CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6
CAS 63231-60-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1 Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.;
firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches;
Uses: Used in hot-melt coatings and adhesives, paper coatings, printing
paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contact applics.
inks, lacquers, paints, varnishes; binder in ceramics; for poning, filling in
elec.lelectronic components; lubricant and processing aid in plastics; in Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5172.886,178.3710
investment castings; emulsion wax size in papermaking; fabric softener Properties: M.p. 65-67 C
ingred. in permanent-press fabrics; in emulsion and latex coatings; in Bareco@ FR-6813 [Bareco Prods.]
cosmetic hand creams and lipsticks Chem. Descrip.: Paraffin wax
Properties: Color 1.5 max. (DI 500) wax; very low sol. in org. solvs.; sp.gr. CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6
0.93; visc. 95-125 SUS (99 C); m.p. 93 C Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.;

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BarecoB FR-7312

firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches; Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as
paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contact applics. wood, metal and plastic
Regu/atory: FDA 2lCFR §172.886,178.3710 Features: Solvent-free
Properties: M.p. 68-70 C Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 140k20 mPa s; acid value 5 1.3 mg
Bareco@FR-7312 [Bareco Prods.] KOHlg; hydroxyl no. 112k7 mg KOHlg; equivalent hydroxyl content 3.18-
Chem. Descrip.: Paraffin wax 3.61%; water content 5 0.05%
CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6 Precaution: Sensitive to moisture
Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.; Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers @temps. of
firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches; 15-25 C
paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contact applics. Baycoll AD 1115 [Bayer Polymers]
Regu/atory: FDA 2lCFR §172.886,178.3710 Chem. Descrip.: Linear polyester polyol
Properties: M.p. 71-74 C Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as
Bareco@PX-100 [Bareco Prods.] wood, metal and plastic
Chern. Descrip.: Synthetic wax Features: Solvent-free
CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6 Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 19,500k2800 mPa s; acid value 5 1.O
Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.; mg KOHlg; hydroxyl no. 112k7 mg KOHlg; equivalent hydroxyl content
firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches; 3.18-3.61%; water content 2 0.05%
paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contact applics. Precaution: Sensitive to moisture
Regu/atory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.250 Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers @temps. of
Properties: Visc. 8.6-11.7 CP (120 C); congeal pt. 97-99 C 15-25 C
BarecoB SC-5050 [Bareco Prods.] Baycoll AD 1122 [Bayer Polymers]
Chern. Descrip.: Paraffin wax Chern. Descrip.: Linear polyester polyol
CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6 Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as
Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.; wood, metal and plastic
firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches; Features: Solvent-free
paints; paper; rubber Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 280k35 mPa.s; acid value 2 1.3 mg
Properties: M.p. 49-53 C KOHlg; hydroxyl no. 112k7 mg KOHlg; equivalent hydroxyl content 3.15-
Bareco@SC-5051 [Bareco Prods.] 3.64%; water content 5 0.05%
Chern. Descrip.: Paraffin wax Precaution: Sensitive to moisture
CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6 Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers @temps. of
Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.; 15-25 C
firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches; Baycoll AD 1225 [Bayer Polymers]
paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contact applics. Chern. Descrip.: Linear polyester polyol
Regu/atory: FDA 2lCFR §172.886,178.3710 Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as
Properties: M.p. 49-53 C wood, metal and plastic
BarecoB SP-200 [Bareco Prods.] Features: Solvent-free; particularly good resistance to hydrolysis
Chem. Descrip.: Synthetic wax copolymer Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. look15 mPa s; acid value 5 1.3 mg
CAS 8002-74-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-315-6 KOHlg; hydroxyl no. 225k10 mg KOHlg; equivalent hydroxyl content
Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.; 6.52-7.12%; water content 5 0.05%
firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches; Precaution: Sensitive to moisture
paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contact applics. Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers @temps. of
Regu/atoy: FDA 21CFR §172.888,178.3720 15-25 C
Properties: Visc. 9.7-13.5 CP(99 C); m.p. 93-98.5 C Baycoll AD 1280 [Bayer Polymers]
Barimitem 200 [Cimbar Perf. Mins.] Chem. Descrip.: Linear polyester polyol
Chern. Descrip.: Natural unbleached barytes Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as
Chern.Analysis: BaSO, (95%), moisture (0.15%) wood, metal and plastic
CAS 7727-43-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-784-4 Features: Solvent-free
Uses: Filler in acoustical compds., friction prods., urethane foams, molded Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 410k50 mPa.s; acid value 2 1.5 mg
compds.; also for coatings, plastics, ceramics, rubber goods, plastisols, KOHlg; hydroxyl no. 288k17 mg KOHlg; equivalent hydroxyl content
adhesives, latex prods. 7.97-9.00%; water content 2 0.05%
Properties: Powd.; 12 ~1 mean particle size; 8% on 325 mesh; sp.gr. 4.35; Precaution: Sensitive to moisture
bulk dens. 120 Iblft3(loose); oil absorp. 7; pH 7.0 Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers @temps. of
Barimitem UF [Cimbar Perf. Mins.] 15-25 C
Chem. Descrip.: Natural unbleached barytes Baycoll AD 2047 [Bayer Polymers]
Chem. Analysis: BaSO, (95%), moisture (0.15%) Chern. Descrip.: Linear polyester polyol
CAS 7727-43-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-784-4 Uses: For formulating solvent-borne adhesives and coatings for many
Uses: Filler in coatings (automotive primersltopcoats, gloss enamels, different materials such as wood, metal and plastic
powd. coatings, semiglosslgloss latexes, architectural coatings); filler in Features: Solvent-free
plastics, ceramics, friction materials, rubber goods, plastisols, adhesives, Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 7000k2000 mPa.s; acid value 2 1.O mg
latex prods., urethane foams, acoustical compds., insulating materials, KOHlg; hydroxyl no. 55k5 mg KOHlg; OH equivalent wt. 1000 g; water
sound attenuation prods. content 2 0.05%
Precaution: Sensitive to moisture
Properties: Powd.; 1.8 ~1 mean particle size; 0% on 325 mesh; fineness Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers @temps. of
(Hegman) 7; sp.gr. 4.35; bulk dens. 60 Iblft3(loose); oil absorp. 13; pH 7
15-25 C
Basonat@ [BASF AG] Baycoll AD 2055 [Bayer Polymers]
Chem. Descrip.: Isocyanate-based Chem. Descrip.: Linear polyester polyol
Uses: Hardener components for polyols, prep. of prepolymers containing Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as
NCO groups; PU adhesives and binders for granular materials; in paint wood, metal and plastic
and varnish industry, for PU finishes with exc. resist. to chems.; as final Features: Solvent-free; particularly good resistance to hydrolysis
coats over metal base coats, automotive touch-up coatings Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 630k75 mPa.s; solidification pt. 50 C;
Baycoll AD 1110 [Bayer Polymers] acid value 5 1.1 mg KOHlg; hydroxyl no. 56k5 mg KOHlg; hydroxyl
Chem. Descrip.: Linear polyester polyol content 1.7?0.15%; water content 2 0.05%

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Baycoll ND 2060

Precaution: Sensitive to moisture Uses: Used for two-pan PU adhesives; as modifiers and building blocks
Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers 0temps. of for PU
15-25 C features: Good adhesion to polar substrates; exc. PVC adhesion
Baycoll AD 3040 [Bayer Polymers] Properties: Lt. brn. liq.; dens. 1.2 glcc; visc. 15,000 cps
Chem. Descrip.: Linear polyester polyol Baycoll AV 9150 [Bayer Polymers]
Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as Chem. Descrip.: Highly branched polyester polyol
wood, metal and plastic Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as
Features: Solvent-free; particularly good resistance to hydrolysis wood, metal and plastic
Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 850k100 mPa s; acid value < 1.Img features: Solvent-free
KOHIg; hydroxyl no. 43k3 mg KOHIg; hydroxylcontent 1.21-1.39%; water Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 150k30 mPa.s 50% sol'n in xylene; acid
content 2 0.05% value 2 8-15 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl no. 162k17 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl con-
Precaution: Sensitive to moisture tent 4.9k.05%.; water content < 0.05%
Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers 0temps. of Precaution: Sensitive to moisture
15-25 C Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers 0temps. of
Baycoll AD 5027 [Bayer Polymers] 15-25 C
Chem. Descrip.: Linear polyester polyol Baycoll CD 2084 [Bayer Polymers]
Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as Chem. Descrk.: Linear polyester polyol containing polypropylene ether
wood, metal and plastic polyol
Features: Solvent-free Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as
Properties: Solid; visc. 2800k1000 mPa.s 0 75 C; acid value < 1.2 mg wood, metal and plastic
KOHIg; hydroxyl no. 2 8 4 mg KOHIg; hydroxylcontent 0.85-0.15%; water features: Solvent-free
content 2 0.05% Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 120k15 mPa s 075 C; acid value < 1.3
Precaution: Sensitive to moisture mg KOHIg; hydroxyl no. 84k7 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl content 2.33-2.76%.;
Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers @temps. of water content < 0.05%
15-25 C Precaution: Sensitive to moisture
Baycoll AS 1155 [Bayer Polymers] Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers 0temps. of
Chem. Descrip.: SI. branched polyester polyol 15-25 C
Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as Baycoll DS 1165 [Bayer Polymers]
wood, metal and plastic Chem. Descrk.: Branched polyesterlether polyol based on nat. fatty ac-
features: Solvent-free ids
Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 2700-3500 mPa s @ 75 C; acid value 2 Uses: Used for two-pan PU adhesives; as modifiers and building blocks
2.5 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl no. 128-155 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl content for PU
4.3?0.4%.; water content 2 0.1% features: Good adhesion to polar substrates
Precaution: Sensitive to moisture Properties: Pale liq.; dens. 1.01 glcc; visc. 3500 cps
Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers 0temps. of Baycoll DV 1245 [Bayer Polymers]
15-25 C Chem. Descrip.: Branched fany acid-modified polyester polyol containing
Baycoll AS 1160 [Bayer Polymers] polypropylene ether polyol
Chem. Descrip.: SI. branched polyester polyol Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as
Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as wood, metal and plastic
wood, metal and plastic Features: Solvent-free
Features: Solvent-free Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; dens. 1.01 glml; visc. 2950k250 mPa s; acid
Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 450k60 mPa.s 075 C; acid value < 4.0 value 1.O-2.0 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl no. 234k17 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl con-
mg KOHIg; hydroxylno. 162-12 mg KOHIg; hydroxylcontent 4.55-5.27%.; tent 7.1k.05%.; water content < 0.2%; iodine color value < 5
water content < 0.05% Precaution: Sensitive to moisture
Precaution: Sensitive to moisture Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers 0temps. of
Sforage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers @temps. of 15-25 C
15-25 C Baycoll MD 3040 [Bayer Polymers]
Baycoll AS 2060 [Bayer Polymers] Chem. Descrip.: Linear polyester polyol
Chem. Descrip.: SI. branched polyester polyol Uses: Used for two-pan PU adhesives; as modifiers and building blocks
Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as for PU
wood, metal and plastic Propefries: Pale visc. liq.; sp.gr. 1.2; 100% act.
features: Solvent-free Baycoll MS 1160 [Bayer Polymers]
Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 1000~100mPa s @ 75 C; acid value 2 Chem. Descrip.: Highly branched polyester polyol
2.0 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl no. 60k3 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl content 1.73- Uses: Used for two-pan PU adhesives; as modifiers and building blocks
1.91%.; water content 2 0.05% for PU
Precaution: Sensitive to moisture Features: Good adhesion to polar substrates
Sforage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers @temps. of Properties: Lt. brn. liq.; dens. 1.2 glcc; visc. 20,000 cps
15-25 C Baycoll MS 2060 [Bayer Polymers]
Baycoll AV 1210 [Bayer Polymers] Chem. Descrip.: SI. branched polyester polyol
Chem. Descrip.: Highly branched polyester polyol Uses: Used for two-pan PU adhesives; as modifiers and building blocks
Uses: For formulating adhesives for many different materials such as for PU; good adhesion to polar substrates
wood, metal and plastic Propefries: Lt. brn. liq.; dens. 1.2 glcc; visc. 25,000 cps; 100% act.
Baycoll ND 1110 [Bayer Polymers]
Features: Solvent-free Chem. Descrip.: Linear hydroxyl polyether polyol
Properties: SI. yel. visc. liq.; visc. 680k100 mPa.s @ 75 C; acid value 2 Uses: Used for two-pan PU adhesives; as modifiers and building blocks
3.0 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl no. 213k15 mg KOHIg; hydroxyl content 6.00- for PU
6.91%.; water content 2 0.05% Features: Good adhesion to polar substrates
Precaution: Sensitive to moisture Propefries: Yel. liq.; dens. 1.O glcc; visc. 150 cps
Storage: 6 months when stored in original, sealed containers 0temps. of Baycoll ND 2060 [Bayer Polymers]
15-25 C Chem. Descrip.: Linear hydroxyl polyether polyol
Baycoll AV 2113 [Bayer Polymers] Uses: Used for two-pan PU adhesives; as modifiers and building blocks
Chem. Descrip.: Med. branched polyester polyol for PU

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Baycoll NT 1380

Features: Good adhesion to polar substrates HC, blends of aliphatic and aromatic HC; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc.
Properties: Yel. liq.; dens. 1.O glcc; visc. 350 cps 40-50 (ML4,lOO C)
Baycoll NT 1380 [Bayer Polymers] Bayprena 112 [Bayer Polymers]
Chem. Descrip.: Branched hydroxyl polyether polyol Chem. Descrip.: CR, mercaptan-modified
Uses: Used for two-part PU adhesives; as modifiers and building blocks CAS 9010-98-4
for PU Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses,
Features: Good adhesion to polar substrates roll covers, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet-
Properties: Pale liq.; dens. 1.O glcc; visc. 650 cps ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot-
Baycoll NT 5028 [Bayer Polymers] wear, furniture, building industry
Chem. Descrip.: Branched hydroxyl polyether polyol Properties: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc.
Uses: Used for two-part PU adhesives; as modifiers and building blocks 40-50 (ML4)
for PU BayprenB 210 [Bayer Polymers]
Features: Good adhesion to polar substrates Chem. Descrip.: CR
Properties: Milky-wh. liq.; dens. 1.08 glcc; visc. 3600 cps CAS 9010-98-4
Baycoll NT 5035 [Bayer Polymers] Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses,
Chem. Descrip.: Branched hydroxyl polyether polyol roll covers, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet-
Uses: Used for two-part PU adhesives; as modifiers and building blocks ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot-
for PU wear, furniture, building industry
Features: Good adhesion to polar substrates Properties: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc.
Properties: Pale liq.; dens. 1.02 glcc; visc. 900 cps 40-50 (ML4,lOO C)
Bayer Butyl402 [Bayer Polymers] BayprenB 211 [Bayer Polymers]
Chem. Descrip.: lsobutylenelisoprene copolymer rubber; nonstaining sta- Chem. Descrip.: CR
bilizer CAS 9010-98-4
CAS 9010-85-9 Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses,
Uses: For specific food applics. and general molded and mech. goods, roll covers, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet-
e.g., pharmaceutical closures, freezer gaskets, conveyor belt covers, ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot-
tank linings, sponge, dock fenders, curing bladders, diaphragms, adhe- wear, furniture, building industry
sives, steamlradiator hose Properties: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc.
Features: Butyl rubber; vulcanized with sulfur, quinoid, resin; fast curing 35-40 (ML4,lOO C)
Properties: Amber bales; sp.gr. 0.92; Mooney visc. 47 (MLI +8,100 C) Bayprena 213-1 [Bayer Polymers]
Bayhydrola 140 AQ [Bayer Polymers] Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene, mercaptan-modified with 1% talc
Chem. Dew@.: Aliphatic polyester PU disp. in waterltoluene CAS 9010-98-4
Uses: Adhesion promoter in metallplastic composite structures, textile Uses: Adhesives
and leather coatings, primers for rigid surface coatings Properties: Flat chips; dens. = l.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and
Properties: Milky wh. liq.; sp.gr. 1.04; dens. 8.7 Iblgal; visc. 25-500 mPas; chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-
pH 6.0-7.5; anionic ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc.
BayhydurB BL 5140 [Bayer Polymers] 10% sol'n in toluene 145k75 mPa.s
Chem. Descrip.: PU disp. with blocked isocyanate groups Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
Uses: Urethane for water-thinnable, lightfast, one-pack PU stoving coat- Bayprena 213-2 [Bayer Polymers]
ings; additive to improve flexibility, impact. str. and adhesion of conven- Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene, mercaptan-modified with 1% talc
tional aq. stoving systems CAS 9010-98-4
Features: Rec. in combination with BayhydroP polyols Uses: Adhesives
Properties: Reddish-brn, clearlcloudy appearance; sol. in water, alcohol, Propefries: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3;readily sol. in aromatic and
glycols, glycol ethers; dens. = 1.Iglml (20 C); visc. 8000k4000 mPa,s chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-
(23 C); pH 9.5k0.5 (1:3 in DW); equiv. wt.= 955; 39.5 k 2% NV ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc.
€nvironmenta/: Do not allow to enter sewage systems 10% sol'n in toluene 300k80 mPa,s
Precaution: Wear safety goggles, protective gloves Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
Storage; 3 months when stored @ 5-23 C in sealed containers BayprenB 213 [Bayer Polymers]
BayhydurB BL 5235 [Bayer Polymers] Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene, mercaptan-modified
Chem. Descrip.: PU disp. with blocked isocyanate groups (35%) in water/ CAS 9010-98-4
N-methyl pyrrolidone, neutralized with dimethylethanolamine Uses: Suitable for soh.-based contact cement with improved open tack
Uses: Urethane for water-thinnable, lightfast, one-pack PU stoving coat- time, where optimum str. is not a major requirement
ings; additive to improve flexibility, impact. resist. and adhesion of con- Properties: Pale colored chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc. 45 (ML4)
ventional aq. stoving systems Bayprena 214 [Bayer Polymers]
Features: Rec. in combination with BayhydroP polyols Chem. Descrip.: CR, precrosslinked grade
Properties: Ylsh. clearlcloudy appearance; sol. in water, alcohol, glycols, CAS 9010-98-4
glycol ethers; dens. = 1.Iglml(20 C); visc. 200-2000 mPa s (23 C); pH Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses,
8k1 (1:3 in DW); equiv. wt.= 2625; 35k1% NV roll covers, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet-
€nvironmenta/: Do not allow to enter sewage systems ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot-
Precaution: Wear safety goggles, protective gloves wear, furniture, building industry
Storage; 6 months when stored @ 5-23 C in sealed containers
BaymeP [lnt'l. Group] Propefries: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc.
Chem. Descrip.: Polyolefin-based 50-60 (ML4,lOO C)
Uses: Hot melts Bayprena 215 [Bayer Polymers]
BayprenB 110 [Bayer Polymers] Chem. Descrip.: CR, precrosslinked grade
Chem. Descrip.: CR, mercaptan-modified CAS 9010-98-4
CAS 9010-98-4 Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses,
Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses, roll covers, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet-
roll covers, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet- ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot-
ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot- wear, furniture, building industry
wear, furniture, building industry Propefries: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc.
Properties: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; sol. in aromatic and chlorinated 45-55 (ML4)

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Bayprena 310-1

Bayprena 216 [Bayer Polymers] CAS 9010-98-4
Chem. Descrip.: CR, XD-modified Uses: Suitable for sob.-based contact cement with improved open tack
CAS 9010-98-4 time, where optimum str. is not a major requirement
Uses: Modified grade of Baypren 210 offering superior tens. str. and tear Properties: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc.
resist.; recommended where improved physical props. or cost reduc- 95-125 (ML4)
tions are necessary; applics. incl. cable jackets, conveyor belts, hose BayprenB 243-1 [Bayer Polymers]
covers, seals, bellows, and mech. goods Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc
Properties: Ivory to pale brn. flat chips, talced; sol. in aromatic and chlori- CAS 9010-98-4
nated HC, blends of aliphatic and aromatic HC; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney Uses: Adhesives
visc. 40-50 (ML1+4, 100 C) Properties: Flat chips; dens. = l.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and
Bayprena 223 [Bayer Polymers] chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc.
CAS 9010-98-4 10% sol'n in toluene 1465?335 mPa.s
Uses: Used in soh. adhesives, esp. contact cements for bonding high- Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
pressure laminates, shoe soles, automotive trim, roofing, bldg. panels, Bayprena 243-2 [Bayer Polymers]
etc. Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc
Properties: Ivory to pale brn. thin chips; sp.gr. 1.23; visc. 40?10 cps (5% CAS 9010-98-4
in toluene) Uses: Adhesives
Bayprena 223-1 [Bayer Polymers] Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-
CAS 9010-98-4 ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc.
Uses: Adhesives 10% sol'n in toluene 2150k350 mPa s
Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- BayprenB 243 [Bayer Polymers]
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. Chem. Descrip.: CR
10% sol'n in toluene 450?100 mPa,s CAS 9010-98-4
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight Uses: Suitable for sob.-based contact cement with improved open tack
Bayprena 223-2 [Bayer Polymers] time, where optimum str. is not a major requirement
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc Properties: Chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc. 120 (ML4)
CAS 9010-98-4 BayprenB 253-1 [Bayer Polymers]
Uses: Adhesives Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc
Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and CAS 9010-98-4
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- Uses: Adhesives
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. Properties: Pale to It.-brown flat chips; dens. = l.23glcm3; readily sol. in
10% sol'n in toluene 680?130 mPa.s aromatic and chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ke-
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight tones and esters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mix-
Bayprena 226 [Bayer Polymers] tures; visc. 10% sol'n in toluene 3100?900 mPa s
Chem. Descr@.: CR, XD-modified Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
CAS 9010-98-4 Bayprena 253-2 [Bayer Polymers]
Uses: Higher Mooney visc. version of Baypren 216 Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc
Properties: Ivory to pale brn. flat chips, talced; sol. in aromatic and chlori- CAS 9010-98-4
nated HC, blends of aliphatic and aromatic HC; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney Uses: Adhesives
visc. 65-85 (ML1+4, 100 C) Properties: Pale to It.-brown flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3;readily sol. in
BayprenB 230 [Bayer Polymers] aromatic and chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ke-
Chem. Descrip.: CR, mercaptan-modified tones and esters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mix-
CAS 9010-98-4 tures; visc. 10% sol'n in toluene 3900?1400 mPa,s
Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses, Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
roll covels, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet- BayprenB 253 [Bayer Polymers]
ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot- Chem. Descrip.: CR elastomer
wear, furniture, building industry CAS 9010-98-4
Properties: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc. Uses: For adhesive compding.
95-125 (ML4,lOO C) Properties: Pale colored chips; sol. in aromatic HC, chlorinated solvs.,
Bayprena 233-1 [Bayer Polymers] blends of aromatic and aliphatic HC; dens. 1.23 glcc; visc. 91-110 M P a s
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc Bayprena 310 [Bayer Polymers]
CAS 9010-98-4 Chem. Descrip.: CR elastomer
Uses: Adhesives CAS 9010-98-4
Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and Uses: For adhesive compding.; used for contact adhesives for bonding
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- high-pressure laminates to wood in the mfg. of furniture, sole attaching
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. in the footwear industry, cements for building and automotive trades,
10% sol'n in toluene 850?150 mPa.s other operations involving fibrous substrates, plastics, foam materials,
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight and metals
Bayprena 233-2 [Bayer Polymers]
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc Properties: Pale colored chips; sol. in aromatic and chlorinated HC, blends
of aromatic and aliphatic HC; dens. 1.23 glcc; visc. 25-34 mPa.s
CAS 9010-98-4
Uses: Adhesives Bayprena 310-1 [Bayer Polymers]
Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- CAS 9010-98-4
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture
10% sol'n in toluene 1160?160 mPa.s and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight coverings
BayprenB 233 [Bayer Polymers] Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and
Chem. Descrip.: CR chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-

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Bayprena 320

ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor
10% sol'n in toluene 145k75 mPa s coverings
Storage; 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight Properties: Flat chips; dens. = l.23g/cm3;readily sol. in aromatic and
Bayprena 320 [Bayer Polymers] chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-
Chem. Descrip.: CR ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc.
CAS 9010-98-4 10% sol'n in toluene 450k100 mPa.s; strong crystallization
Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses, Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
roll covers, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet- Bayprena 321-2 [Bayer Polymers]
ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot- Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc
wear, furniture, building industry CAS 9010-98-4
Properties: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc. Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture
80-95 (ML4) and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor
BayprenB 320-1 [Bayer Polymers] coverings
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprenewith 1% talc Propefries: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23g/cm3;readily sol. in aromatic and
CAS 9010-98-4 chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-
Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc.
and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor 10% sol'n in toluene 680k130 mPa,s; strong crystallization
coverings Srorage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
Fearures: Thiuram-free; sulfur-free BayprenB 328-1 [Bayer Polymers]
Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23g/cm3; readily sol. in aromatic and Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- CAS 9010-98-4
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture
10% sol'n in toluene 450k100 mPa.s; strong crystallization and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight coverings
Bayprena 320-1 P [Bayer Polymers] Features: Thiuram-free; sulfur-free
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc Propefries: Very flat chips; dens. = 1.23g/cm3;readily sol. in aromatic and
CAS 9010-98-4 chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-
Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc.
and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor 10% sol'n in toluene 450k100 mPa,s; strong crystallization
coverings Srorage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
Fearures: Thiuram-free; sulfur-free BayprenB 328-2 [Bayer Polymers]
Properties: Very flat chips; dens. = 1.23g/cm3;readily sol. in aromatic and Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprenewith 1% talc
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- CAS 9010-98-4
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture
10% sol'n in toluene 450k100 mPa.s; strong crystallization and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight coverings
Bayprena 320-2 [Bayer Polymers] Features: Thiuram-free; sulfur-free
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc Propefries: Very flat chips; dens. = 1.23g/cm3;readily sol. in aromatic and
CAS 9010-98-4 chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-
Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc.
and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor 10% sol'n in toluene 680k130 mPa,s; strong crystallization
coverings Srorage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
Fearures: Thiuram-free; sulfur-free BayprenB 330-1 [Bayer Polymers]
Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23g/cm3; readily sol. in aromatic and Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprenewith 1% talc
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- CAS 9010-98-4
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture
10% sol'n in toluene 680k130 mPa.s; strong crystallization and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight coverings
Bayprena 320-2 P [Bayer Polymers] Features: Thiuram-free; sulfur-free
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc Propefries: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23g/cm3;readily sol. in aromatic and
CAS 9010-98-4 chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-
Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc.
and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor 10% sol'n in toluene 850k150 mPa,s; strong crystallization
coverings Srorage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
Fearures: Thiuram-free; sulfur-free BayprenB 330-2 [Bayer Polymers]
Properties: Very flat chips; dens. = 1.23g/cm3;readily sol. in aromatic and Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- CAS 9010-98-4
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture
10% sol'n in toluene 680k130 mPa s; strong crystallization and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor
Storage; 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight coverings
BayprenB 321 [Bayer Polymers] Features: Thiuram-free; sulfur-free
Chem. Descrip.: CR, stabilized with thiuram disulfide
Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses, Properties: Flat chips; dens. = l.23g/cm3;readily sol. in aromatic and
roll covers, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet- chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es-
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc.
ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot-
10% sol'n in toluene 1160k160 mPa,s; strong crystallization
wear, furniture, building industry
Properties: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc. Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
70-90 (ML4) Bayprena 330 [Bayer Polymers]
BayprenB 321-1 [Bayer Polymers] Chem. Descrip.: CR
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc CAS 9010-98-4
CAS 9010-98-4 Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses,
Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture roll covers, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet-

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BayprenB Latex T

ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot- Properties: Pale to It. brown flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3;readily sol. in
wear, furniture, building industry aromatic and chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ke-
Properties: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc. tones and esters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mix-
95-105 (ML4) tures; visc. 10% sol'n in toluene 3100?900 mPa.s; strong crystallization
BayprenB 331-1 [Bayer Polymers] Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc BayprenB 350-2 [Bayer Polymers]
CAS 9010-98-4 Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc
Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture CAS 9010-98-4
and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture
coverings and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor
Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and coverings
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- Properties: Pale to It. brown flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3;readily sol. in
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. aromatic and chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ke-
10% sol'n in toluene 850?150 mPa s; strong crystallization tones and esters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mix-
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight tures; visc. 10% sol'n in toluene 3900?1400 mPa.s; strong crystalliza-
Bayprena 331-2 [Bayer Polymers] tion
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight
CAS 9010-98-4 BayprenB 350 [Bayer Polymers]
Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture Chem. Descrip.: CR
and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor CAS 9010-98-4
coverings Uses: For adhesive compding.; used for contact adhesives for bonding
Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and high-pressure laminates to wood in the mfg. of furniture, sole anaching
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- in the footwear industry, cements for building and automotive trades,
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. other operations involving fibrous substrates, plastics, foam materials,
10% sol'n in toluene 1160?160 mPa s; strong crystallization and metals
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight Properties: Pale colored chips; sol. in aromatic and chlorinated HC, blends
Bayprena 331 [Bayer Polymers] of aromatic and aliphatic HC; dens. 1.23 glcc; visc. 91-110 mPa,s
Chem. Descrip.: CR, stabilized with thiuram disulfide BayprenB 510 [Bayer Polymers]
Uses: Syn. polymer used for moldings and extrudates, reinforced hoses, Chem. Descrip.: CR, sulfur-modified
roll covels, belting, cable sheathings and insulation, sponge rubber, sheet- CAS 9010-98-4
ing, fabric proofings, footwear, food-contact goods; adhesives for foot- Uses: For moldings and extrudates, reinforced hose, roll covers, belting,
wear, furniture, building industry cable sheathinglinsulation for low voltage cables, sponge rubber, corro-
Properties: Whitish to pale brn. flat chips; dens. 1.23 glcc; Mooney visc. sion-resist. linings, sheeting, fabric proofings, footwear
90-105 (ML4) Properties: Ivory-colored chips; dens. 1.23 glcm3; Mooney visc. 42-48
BayprenB 340-1 [Bayer Polymers] (ML1+4,100 C)
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc BayprenB 611 [Bayer Polymers]
CAS 9010-98-4 Chem. Descrip.: CR, sulfur-modified
Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture CAS 9010-98-4
and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor Uses: For moldings and extrudates, reinforced hose, roll covers, belting,
coverings cable sheathinglinsulation for low voltage cables, sponge rubber, corro-
Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and sion-resist. linings, sheeting, fabric proofings, footwear
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- Properties: Ivory-colored chips; dens. 1.23 glcm3; Mooney visc. 35-48
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. (ML1+4,100 C)
10% s o h in toluene 1465?335 mPa.s; strong crystallization BayprenB Latex B [PolymerLatex GmbH]
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight Chem. Descrip.: CR latex
BayprenB 340-2 [Bayer Polymers] CAS 9010-98-4
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc Uses: Polychloroprene for dipped goods, proofings, coatings, lamination
CAS 9010-98-4 of fabrics and paper; binder for fibers; road construction; waterproofing;
Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture corrosion inhibitor; adhesives; sealing compositions; mine safety applics.
and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor Properties: Dens. 1.I3 glcc; pH 12.5-13.0; 58 f 0.5% solids
coverings BayprenB Latex MKB [PolymerLatex GmbH]
Properties: Flat chips; dens. = 1.23glcm3; readily sol. in aromatic and Chem. Descrip.: CR latex
chlorinated hydrocarbons; sol. or strongly swelling in ketones and es- CAS 9010-98-4
ters; virtually insol. in wh. spirit; sol. in many solvents mixtures; visc. Uses: Polychloroprene for dipped goods, proofings, coatings, lamination
10% sol'n in toluene 2150?350 mPa s; strong crystallization of fabrics and paper; binder for fibers; road construction; waterproofing;
Storage: 1 year if stored 10-25 C; protect from direct sunlight corrosion inhibitor; adhesives; sealing compositions; mine safety applics.
Bayprena 340 [Bayer Polymers] Properties: Dens. 1.I3 glcc; pH 12.5-13.0; 58 f 0.5% solids
Chem. Descrip.: CR BayprenB Latex SK [PolymerLatex GmbH]
CAS 9010-98-4 Chem. Descrip.: CR latex
Uses: For adhesive compding.; used for contact adhesives for bonding CAS 9010-98-4
high-pressure laminates to wood in the mfg. of furniture, sole attaching Uses: Polychloroprene for dipped goods, proofings, coatings, lamination
in the footwear industry, cements for building and automotive trades, of fabrics and paper; binder for fibers; road construction; waterproofing;
other operations involving fibrous substrates, plastics, foam materials, corrosion inhibitor; adhesives; sealing compositions; mine safety applics.;
and metals for toe caps and counters for footwear
Properties: Pale colored chips; sol. in aromatic and chlorinated HC, blends Properties: Dens. 1.12 glcc; pH 12.5-13.0; 55 f 0.5% solids
of aromatic and aliphatic HC; dens. 1.23 glcc; visc. 71-90 mPa.s BayprenB Latex T [PolymerLatex GmbH]
BayprenB 350-1 [Bayer Polymers] Chem. Descrip.: CR latex
Chem. Descrip.: Polychloroprene with 1% talc CAS 9010-98-4
CAS 9010-98-4 Uses: Polychloroprene for dipped goods, proofings, coatings, lamination
Uses: For the formulation of contact adhesives including the manufacture of fabrics and paper; binder for fibers; road construction; waterproofing;
and repair of footwear, processing wood and plastics and laying floor corrosion inhibitor; adhesives; sealing compositions; mine safety applics.
coverings Properties: Dens. 1.I3 glcc; pH 12.5-13.0; 58 f 0.5% solids

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BDO

BDO [Lyondell] eling, casting, and laminating compds., tool and mold construction, elec.
Chem. Descrip.: 1,4-Butanediol industry casting compds. and laminate
CAS 110-63-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-786-5 Features: Noncrystallizing
Uses: Used to mfg. PBT, thermoplastic copolyester elastomers, as chain Properties: Liq.; dilutable with methoxypropanol, xylene, acetone, MEK,
extender in polyester polyurethanes, for polyester plasticizers; interme- MIBK, methoxypropyl acetate; dens. = 1 .I6 glcm3(20C); dynamic visc.
diate for TH F, y-butyrolactone, n-methyl pyrrolidone; used in polymer 7800-11,000mPa.s; flash pt. (PM) > 100 C; EEW 175-185;100% act.
systems such as PU for automotive parts, sealants, adhesives, appli- Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life when stored in original containers below
ance housings; coatings and cleaning industries 25 C
Properties: Colorless liq.; sol. in water, most alcohols, esters, ketones, BeckopoxB EP 122w [UCB Chems.]
glycol ethers, acetates; m.w. 90.12;sp.gr. 1.015(20l20C); dens. 8.4Ibl Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy resin
gal (20C); vapor pressure < 1 mm Hg (20C); f.p. 19-20C; b.p. 228 C; Uses: Epoxy for water-reducible primerslcoatings on min. substrates,
hyd. no. 1280;flash pt. (COC) 155 C; 99.9+% assay adhesives and water-washablejointing compds. for tiles, hydraulic ep-
Toxicology: Low toxicity; LD50 (oral, rat) 1780 mglkg oxy mortars
Precaution: In presence of strong acids, dehydrates to tetrahydrofuran Features: Noncrystallizing; low-visc.; reactive diluted
Storage: Keep away from heat, flame; solidifies below 19 C; store under Properties: Liq.; water-emulsifiable; dens. = 1 .I1 glcm3 (20C); dynamic
dry nitrogen in tightly closed containers visc. 600-750mPa s; flash pt. (PM) > 100 C; EEW 190-200
Beakin LV1 [ADM Lecithin] Storage: 6 mos. min. shelf life when stored in original containers below 25
Chem. Descrk.: Complexed lecithin C
CAS 8002-43-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-307-2 BeckopoxB EP 301/75X [UCB Chems.]
Uses: Instantizer, spray oils, mold release for foods; food emulsifier for wl Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy resin (75%) in xylene
o emulsions; concrete (powder dispersant); dust control; latex paints; Uses: Epoxy for soh-borne coatings, anticorrosion primers, zinc-galva-
coatingsladhesives; feed additives; leather tanning; lubricants; mold nized paints, high durability coatings, adhesives; binder for stoving paints,
release agents; pesticideslherbicides; corrosionlrust inhibitors; puny/ e.g., based on sat. polyester or acrylates
caulking compds.; emulsifier for wlo emulsions Properties: Solid; dilutable with MEK, methoxypropyl acetate, methoxy-
Properties: Translucent fluid; visc. 10 stokes; HLB 2.0;acid no. 25 max. propanol, acetone, MIBK; dens. = 1.07glcm3(20C); dynamic visc. 7800-
Beakin LVSP [ADM Lecithin] 13,000mPa s; flash pt. = 26 C; EEW 450-525
Chem. Descrk.: Complexed lecithin Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life when stored in original containers below
CAS 8002-43-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 232-307-2 25 C
Uses: Concrete (powder dispersant); dust control; latex paints; coatings/ BenacureB 184 [Mayzo]
adhesives; feed additives; leather tanning; lubricants; mold release Chem. Descrip.: 1 -Hydroxycyclohexylphenyl ketone
agents; pesticideslherbicides; corrosionlrust inhibitors; puttylcaulking CAS 947-19-3; ElNECSlELlNCS 213-426-9
compds.; emulsifier for wlo emulsions Uses: Photoinitiatorfor photopolymerizationof UV curable systems based
Properties: Translucent fluid; visc. 5 stokes; HLB 2.0;acid no. 20 max.; on acrylic unsat. oligomers and multifunctional monomers incl. floor tile
0.80% water max. coatings, adhesives, exterior coatings, coil coatings, printing inks, print-
BeckopoxB EH 629 [UCB Chems.] ing plates, photoresists, clear coatings for woodlplasticlpaperlmetallop
Chem. Descrb.: Mannich base (aliphatic polyamine) tical fibers
Uses: Curing agent for chem.-resist. coatings, container linings, flooring Features: Nonyellowing; highly efficient; low odor in cured formulations;
compds., underwater coatings for steel structures and ship decks, ad- exc. hardness and weatherability
hesives, laminates; accelerator for low reactive hardeners Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; sol. in butyl acetate, dipropylene glycol
Features: Cures as low as 5 C even 0 high humidity; med. visc.; high diacrylate, hexanediol diacrylate, isobornyl acrylate; insol. in water; m.w.
reactivity; gives good through cure in thin films, in highly extended sys- 204;sp.gr. 1 .I7(20C); m.p. 47-49C; 99.0% min. assay
tems, and at low curing temps. with high humidity Precaution: Can form an ignitable vaporlair mixt.; take precautionsagainst
Properties: Dens. = 1 .I2 glcm3 (20C); dynamic visc. 2500-4400mPa s; static discharges
amine no. 440-500;flash pt. (PM) > 100 C; 100% act. Storage: Store below 30 C in dry place, in absence of light
Storage: 6 mos. min. shelf life when stored in original containers below 25 BenacureB 651 [Mayzo]
C Chem. Descrip.: Benzil dimethyl ketal
Beckopoxa EH 661 [UCB Chems.] CAS 24650-42-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 246-386-6
Chem. Descrip.: Modified polyamidoamine Uses: Photoinitiatorfor photopolymerizationof polyester and acrylate UV-
Uses: Crosslinking agent for liq. epoxy resin for highly extender-loaded curable systems, adhesives, printing inks, surf. mount applics., photore-
epoxy mortars, epoxy-concrete, tile adhesives, water-washablejointing sists, clear coatings on plasticlmetal, and fillersltopcoats for wood coat-
compds. ings
Properties: Dens. = 0.98glcm3 (20C); dynamic visc. 230-360mPa.s; Features: Low odor in cured formulations; low volatility; exc. cure speed
amine no. 850-950;flash pt. (PM) > 100 C; 100% act. and hardness
Storage; 6 mos. min. shelf life when stored in original containers below 25 Properties: Wh. cryst. powd.; sol. in butyl acetate, isobornyl acrylate,
C dipropylene glycol diacrylate, hexanediol diacrylate; insol. in water; m.w.
Beckopoxa EP 075 [UCB Chems.] 256;sp.gr. 1.17;m.p. 64-67C; 99% min. assay
Chem. Descrb.: Polypropylene glycol diglycidyl ether Use Level: 1-3% (wood fillers, topcoats); 2-6% (printing inks); 1-15%
Uses: Flexibilizer, reactive diluent for unmodified epoxy resins for use in (printing plates); 2-4% (laminating adhesives); 2-6% (photoresists)
sob.-free two-component systems like coatings, adhesives, casting and Storage: Store below 30 C; keep dry; extended exposure to elevated
laminating compds. temps. or visible light may reduce shelf life; keep away from ignition
Features: Bifunctional sources
Properties: Neutral odor; dilutable with methoxypropanol, ethanol, bu- BenacureB 1173 [Mayzo]
tanol, IPA, xylene, acetone, MEK, MIBK, methoxypropyl acetate; dens. Chem. Descrip.: 2-Hydroxy-2-methyl-I-phenyl-I-propanone
= 1.06glcm3(20C); dynamic visc. 35-60mPa.s; flash pt. (PM) > 100 C; CAS 7473-98-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-272-0
100% act. Uses: Photoinitiator for acrylic UV-curable systems, floor tile coatings,
Storage: 12 mos. min. shelf life when stored in original containers below adhesives, exterior coatings, coil coatings, printing inks, printing plates,
25 C photoresists, clear coatings on woodlplasticlpaperlmetallopticalfibers
BeckopoxB EP 116 [UCB Chems.] Features: Minimal yellowing; low odor in cured formulations; highly reac-
Chem. Descrip.: Epoxy resin tive; exc. cure speed, hardness, weatherability
CAS 25928-94-3 Properties: Colorless to sl. yel. liq.; sl. odor; sol. in most org. solvs.; insol.
Uses: Epoxy for soh.-free coatings, glass fiber-reinforced low-pressure in water; m.w. 164;sp.gr. 1.08;visc. 23.5mPa s (20C); b.p. 105-115C
composites, highly chem. and abrasion resist. coatings, adhesives, trow- (4-6.5mbar); flash pt. > 110 C; 98% min. assay

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Bentone@CT

Precaution: Can form ignitable vaporlair mixts.; take precautions against Benefos@1680 [Mayzo]
static discharges Chem. Descrip.: Tris (2,4-di-t-butylphenyl) phosphite
Storage; Store in original sealed container CAS 31570-04-4
Benacurea BP [Mayzo] Uses: Sec. antioxidant, heat stabilizer for org. polymers, polyolefins, PE,
Chem. Descrip.: Benzophenone PP, polybutene, EVA copolymers, PC, polyamides, linear polyesters,
CAS 119-61-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 204-337-6 HIPS, ABS, SAN, adhesives, nat. and syn. tackifier resins, elastomers
Uses: Photoinitiator for adhesives, surface mount applics., wood, glass, (BR, IR)
plastic and metal coatings, printing inks features: Low volatility; extremely resist. to hydrolysis; highly compat.;
features: Exc. compat. with acrylic chemistries; good surface cure; high protects polymers from chain scission and crosslinking; prevents discol-
purity; low volatility oration
Properties: Wh. cryst. flakes; sol. (glIO0 9): > 50% in acetone, butyl ac- Regulatory: FDA21CFR9175.105,175.125,175.300,175.320,176.170,
etate, toluene, 40% in hexanediol diacrylate, 30% in methanol; insol. in 176.180,176.210,177.1010,177.1210,177.1350,177.1420,177.1500,
water; m.w. 182; sp.gr. 1.1 glcm3 (20 C); m.p. 47-49 C 177.1520, 177.1570, 177.1580, 177.1640, 177.2600, 178.2010,
Storage: Store at room temps. < 30 C in a dry area; extended exposure to 178.3800, 178.3850
elevated temps. or visible light could reduce prod. life; keep prod. away Properties: Powd.; sol. in toluene, methylene chloride, chloroform, ben-
from ignition sources zene; insol. in water; m.w. 647; sp.gr. 1.03 (20 C); vapor pressure 1 x
Benaqua@1000 [Elementis Spec. Europe] 10-’ommHg; m.p. 183-187 C
Chem. Descrip.: Natural polysaccharide sodium salt Storage: 2 yr. shelf life when stored in sealed container in cool, dry area;
Uses: Rheology control agent, flow aid, leveling agent, antisagging agent extended storage at elevated temps. or exposure to direct heat or sun-
for emulsion paints, traffic paints, interiorlexterior architectural coatings, light can reduce shelf life; keep containers sealed when not in use
waterborne adhesives and sealants, household cleaners and polishes, Benetex@OB Plus [Mayzo]
crop protection agents, paper coatings, construction prods., waterborne Chem. Descrip.: 2,5-Thiophenediylbis (5-t-butyl-1,3-benzoxazole)
inks CAS 7128-64-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 230-426-4
Features: Good water retention props.; does not interfere with color de- Uses: Fluorescent whitener, optical brightener for thermoplastics (PVC,
velopment; improves sag and slump resist. PE, PP, cellulose acetate, PS, PC, acrylics, polyolefins, PU, linear poly-
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9313 nonreportable; Canada, EU, ester, polyamides), adhesives, coatings, printing inks (for security bonds,
Australia listed bank notes), dyes, textiles (syn. fibers incl. PVC and acetate), molded
Properties: Cream to pale yel. free-flowing powd.; 90% through 120 mesh articles, films, sheets, syn. leather, waxes, fats, and oils; tracer in clear
particle size; bean-like odor; water-sol. (forms gel in water); sp.gr. 1.51; coatings
dens. 1.5 g/cm3; bulk dens. 0.75 glcc; visc. 20,000 cps (2% water gel); features: Heat-resist.; chemically stable; brilliant bluish wh. effects; off-
flash pt. > 210 F; pH 8.5-9.5 (1%); > 99% act. sets yellowness; easy dispersibility; good lightfastness; low volatility;
Use Level: 0.3-3.0% highly compat.
Toxicology: ACGIH TLVITWA (8 h) 10 mg/m3(total), 3 mg/m3(respirable); Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 177.1520(c), 177.1580, 177.1640,
inh. may cause sl. irritation of noselthroatllungs; may cause skinlmech. 177.2480, 178.3297
eye irritation; low toxicity by ing.; may form gel in stomach; overexpo- Properties: Ylsh. grnsh. cryst. powd.; sol. in solvs.; m.w. 431; sp.gr. 1.26
sure may damage lungs; TSCA listed (20 C); vapor pressure 2.6.’ Pa (20 C); m.p. 192-208 C; decomp. pt. >
Environmental: SI. hazardous for water 350 C; flash pt. (Marcusson) 662 F; 99% min. assay
Precaution: Flamm. org. dust; minimize dusting; prevent static discharges; Storage: 1 yr. shelf life when stored in sealed container in cool, dry area;
may be slippery when wet; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents, ac- extended storage @ elevated temps. or exposure to direct heat or sun-
ids; use safety glasses, protective glove, protective work clothing light can reduce shelf life; keep containers sealed when not in use
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: May produce toxic fumes Bentone@57 [Elementis Spec. U.S.]
HMIS: Health 0, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 Chem. Descrip.: Bentonite-based organoclay
Storage: Store in dry place; absorbs moisture when stored under high Uses: Rheology control agent, antisettling agent for paintslcoatings, au-
humidity conditions; avoid excessive heat tomotive OEM, marine topcoats, can coatings, anticorrosive primers,
Benaquaa 4000 [Elementis Spec. US.] appliancelmetal furniture coatings, parquet lacquerlflooring, plastic clear
Chem. Descrip.: Organically modified hectorite coats, coil coatings, roof coatings, traftic paints, adhesives, sealants,
CAS 12173-47-6; ElNECSlELlNCS 235-340-0 inks
Uses: Thickener, antisagging agent, suspending agent for latex paints, Features: Requires polar activator
construction materials, grouts, tile adhesives, plasters, joint compds., Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9313 nonreportable; EU, Canada
textured coatings, traffic paints, underbody coatings, asphalt emulsions, DSL, Japan, Australia listed
mortars, ceramic glazes, pesticides Properties: Very It. cream fine powd.; odorless; insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.70;
f eatures: VOC-free dens. 14.2 lblgal
Regulatory: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9313 nonreponable; Canada DSL, Toxicology: ACGIH TLVITWA (8 h) 10 mglm3(total); nuisance dust; may
EU, Australia, Japan, Korea, China, Philippines listed cause sl. irritation to eyes, by inh.; chronic exposure may damage lungs;
Properties: Off-wh. fine powd.; odorless; sp.gr. 1.63; dens. 13.6 Iblgal; contains cryst. silica (may cause silicosis, cancer); TSCA listed
100% act. Precaution: Minimize dusting; prevent static discharges; may be slippery
Use Level: 0.3-1.7% on total wt. when wet
Toxicology: ACGIH TLVITWA (8 h) 10 mg/m3(total), 3 mglm3(respirable); Hazardous Ingredients: Quartz (< 1%)
may cause sl. irritation to eyes, by inh.; chronic exposure may injure Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Above 130 C, may release org. chlorides
lungs and cause shortness of breath; TSCA listed HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0
Precaution: Use chemical resistant gloves, safety glasses; combustible Storage: Avoid temps. above 130 C
org. dust; minimize dusting; prevent static discharges Bentone@A-140 [Elementis Spec. U.S.]
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 Chem. Descrip.: Organoclay
Benaqua@6000 [Elementis Spec. U.S.] Uses: Rheology control agent, antisettling agent for asphaltic roof coat-
Chem. Descrip.: Organically modified hectorite ings, traftic paints, roofing adhesives; viscosifier for suspension of wa-
CAS 12173-47-6; ElNECSlELlNCS 235-340-0 ter-soluble polymers in hydraulic fracturing slurries (oil drilling)
Uses: Thixotrope, thickener for flatlmatte, low gloss emulsion and water- Properties: Lt. cream powd.; sp.gr. 1.7; dens. 14.2 Iblgal; 3% max. mois-
reducible paints, container coatings, maintenance coatings, adhesives, ture
cementitious prods., joint compds. Bentone@CT [Elementis Spec. U.S.]
features: VOC-free; enzyme resist. Chem. Descrip.: Natural unmodified hectorite, Crystalline silica, quartz
Properties: Powd.; 100% act. CAS 12173-47-6; 14808-60-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 235-340-0
Use Level: 0.3-1.7% on total wt. Uses: Thickener, thixotrope, antisagging agent, suspending agent for aq.

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Bentone@EW

sol’ns., suspensions, emulsions, resin emulsions, dry blends for cos- cutting lubricants, inks, joint compds., liq. detergents, lubricants, mas-
metics, toiletries, household prods., paints, adhesives, construction tics, polishes, paint strippers, welding rods
materials, abrasives, ceramics, grouts, cementitious prods., agric. features: VOC-free
flowables, glass cutting lubricants, liq. detergents, polishes, wettable Properties: Wh. powd.; 100% act.
powds. Use Level: 0.25-5.0% on total wt.
feafures: VOC-free Bentone@SD-2 [Elementis Spec. U.S.]
Properties: Lt. cream powd.; insol. in water; sp.gr. 1.6 glcm3;100% act. Chem. Descrip.: Organically modified montmorillonite clay, quartz
Use Level: 053.0% CAS 1318-93-0; 14808-60-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 215-288-5
Toxico/ogy: Inh. may cause sI irritation; skin contact may cause drying, Uses: Suspending agent, dispersant, thickener, rheology control agent,
irritation; may cause sl. eye irritation; IARC, NTP suspected carcinogen antisagging agent, leveling agent, antisettlingagent for moderateto highly
Precaution: Use canvas or leather gloves, safety glasses polar systems, acid-catalyzed systems, antifouling paints, automotive
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 OEM, refinish, and primers, traffic paints, anticorrosive primers, baking
Bentone@EW [Elementis Spec. US.; S. Black] systems, foundry core washes, paint removers, plastisolslorganosols,
Chem. Descrip.: Hectorite, hydroxyethylcellulose polyester patch and fillers, two-part PU, vinyl paints, zinc dust primers,
Uses: Suspending agent, rheology control agent, thickener, gellant, food-contact can coatings, sealants, adhesives
antisagging agent, leveling agent for water-reducible industrial finishes Regu/afoy: DOT nonregulated; SARA 9313 nonreportable; Canada, EU,
and inks, cosmetic creamsAotions, antidandruffshampoos, suntan prods., Japan, Australia, Korea listed
shaving preps., hair conditioners, abrasives, adhesives, building mate- Properties: Very It. cream fine powd.; < 1 ~1 avg. particle size; insol. in
rials, ceramics, grouts, household and liq. cleaners, inks, lubricants, water; sp.gr. 1.74; dens. 14.5 Iblgal; 100% NV
metalworking compds., mastics, pesticides, polishes, slurries, wettable Use Level: 0.2-1.O% on total wt.
powds., anticorrosive primers, plastic clear coats Toxico/ogy:ACGIH TLV/TWA (8 h) 3 mglm3(respirable particulates), 0.05
feafures: VOC-free mglm3 (respirable quartz); LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg; may cause mod.
Regulafoy: SARA 9313 nonreportable mech. eye irritation; chronic exposure may cause lung damage; cryst.
Properties: Milky wh. powd.; water-disp.; sp.gr. 2.6; dens. 20.9 Iblgal; pH silica, a human carcinogen, may cause silicosis; IARC suspected car-
2% aq. disp. 8.8-10.2; 100% NV cinogen; TSCA listed
Use Level: 0.3-1.O% Environmental: BOD5 147,500 mgll; COD 342,000 mgll; LC50 (rainbow
Toxico/ogy: May cause eye irritation; inh. may cause irritation and short- trout) > 500 mgll, (daphnia, 48 h) > 300 mgll
ness of breath Precaufion: Minimize dusting; prevent static discharges; may be slippery
Precaution: Use cotton or canvas gloves, eye protection, respirator with when wet; use chemical resistant gloves, safety glasses
filters for dusts and mists; may cause a slippery condition when wet Hazardous Ingredienfs: Quartz (< 2%)
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: COX,NO, in a fire; above 130 C, may re-
Storage: Keep closed when not in use lease org. chlorides
Bentone@HC [Elementis Spec. US.] HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Chem. Descrip.: Highly purified hectorite BenzoflexB 2-45 [Velsicol]
CAS 12173-47-6; ElNECSlELlNCS 235-340-0 Chem. Descrip.: Diethylene glycol dibenzoate (89.9%), dithylene glycol
Uses: Thickener, thixotrope, antisagging agent, suspending agent for aq. monobenzoate (5.85%) and dipropylene glocol dibenzoate (15%
sol’ns., suspensions, emulsions, resin emulsions, dry blends for cos- CAS 120-55-8; 20587-61-5; 27138-31-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 204-407-6
metics, toiletries, household prods., paper coatings, adhesives, construc- Uses: Plasticizer producing adhesives with quick grab and set times;
tion materials, abrasives, ceramics, agric. flowables, lubricants, grouts, solvator for PVC; also in latex coatings; food pkg. adhesives, paper/
ink, joint compds., liq. detergents, metalworkingcompds., polishes, weld- paperboard
ing rods, wettable powds. features: Compatible with PVAc homopolymer and copolymer emulsions,
features: VOC-free PVC
Properties: Powd.; 100% act. Regu/afory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.170, 176.180; OSHA nonhaz-
Use Level: 0.25-5.0% on total wt. ardous; DOT nonregulated; Canada DSL; Australia AICS; Japan MITI;
Bentone@LT [Elementis Spec. US.; S. Black] South Korea ECL; Philippines PICCS; Chinese Inventory (draft)
Chem. Descrip.: Hectorite and hydroxyethylcellulose Properties; APHA 100 max., mild ester odor; sol. in aliphatic and aromatic
Uses: Thickener, gellant, leveling agent, flow control agent for aq. coat- hydrocarbons; sol. < 0.01% in water; m.w. 314.3; sp.gr. 1.178; dens. 9.8
ings, latex paints, marine topcoats; thixotrope, visc. builder, pigment Iblgal; visc. 75 cP; vapor pressure 1.3 x 1O’;m.p. 24 C; f.p. 16 and 28 C
suspending agent, emulsion stabilizer in cosmetic creamsllotions, eye (two cryst. forms); b.p. 240 C; flash pt. (COC) 199 C; ref. index 1.5424;
prods., makeup; thickener, gellant for adhesives, building materials, agric. dielec. const. 7.16 (10,000 Hz); evaporation rate < 1; pH neutral; 98.0%
flowables, grouts, household and liq. cleaners, ink, joint compds., lubri- min. assay
cants, mastics, mortars, pesticides, plaster, polishes, wettable powds. Toxico/ogy: LD50 (oral, rat) 4190 mglkg, (dermal, rabbit) > 2000 mgll;
feafures: VOC-free; easy dispersing LC50 ( > 200 mgll; not an eye or primary skin irritant; repeated exposure
Regulatoy: SARA 9313 nonregulated may cause defatting of skin and mild irritation to eyes and nose; TSCA
Properties: Milky wh. soft powd.; sp.gr. 1.9; dens. 15.8 Iblgal; pH 2% aq. listed
disp. 8.8-10.2; 100% NV Environmenfal: NOEL (earthworm) 1000 ppm; EC50 (bacteria) > 100 mgl
Use Level: 0.1-1.0% on total wt. I; readily biodeg.
Toxico/ogy: May cause sl. eye irritation; inh. of high concentrations may Precaufion: Wear safety glasses, lab coat, gloves; sl. reactive with oxidiz-
cause shortness of breath ing agents, acids and alkalis
Precaution: May cause a slippery condition when wet; wear eye protec- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, C02
tion, chemical resistant gloves, dust respirator HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Sforage: Store in well-ventilated area away from sources of ignition
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, ammonia BenzoflexB 9-88 [Velsicol; Harwick Std. Distrib.]
HMIS: Health 0, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 Chem. Descrip.: Dipropylene glycol dibenzoate (89.4%), Dipropylene
Bentone@MA [Elementis Spec. US.; S. Black] glycol monobenzoate (4.98%), Propenyl propyl benzoate (2.35%), Pro-
Chem. Descrip.: Purified hectorite clay pylene glycol dibenzoate (2.29%) and Propylene glycol monobenzoate
CAS 12173-47-6; ElNECSlELlNCS 235-340-0 (0.28%)
Uses: Thickener, rheological additive, thixotrope, pigment suspending CAS 27138-31-4; 32686-95-6; 197178-94-2; 19224-26-1; 37086-84-3;
agent, emulsion stabilizer for antidandruff shampoos, lotions, shave ElNECSlELlNCS 202-340-7
creams, antiperspirants, abrasives, adhesives, cementitiousprods., agric. Uses: Plasticizer for elastomers, PVAc emulsion adhesives, plastisols,
flowables, paints, grouts, household cleaners, metalworking compds., caulks, vinyl floor coverings, latex and lacquer coating applics.; food
pesticides, pigment slurries, wettable powds., ceramic glazes, glass pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard

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Benzoflexa 354

features: High solvating; enhances film formation and surf. wetting in Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz
PVAc homopolymer emulsion adhesives HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 176.170, 176.180; WHMIS, DOT Sforage: Store in ventilated area away from sources of ignition; keep
nonregulated; all components TSAC listed or exempt container tightly closed
Properties: APHA 100 max. cl. oily liq., mild ester odor; sol. in aliphatic Benzoflexa 200 [Velsicol]
and aromatic hydrocarbons; sol. < 0.01% in water; m.w. 342.3; sp.gr. Chem. Descrip.: PEG 200 dibenzoate
1.120; dens. 9.346 Iblgal; visc. 110 CP@J 250 C; vapor dens. 11.8; vapor Uses: Plasticizer for thermosetting polymers, PVAc adhesives, phenol-
pressure 2.29 x l o 7mm Hg; f.p. -40 C; b.p. 232 C; pour pt. -19 C; flash formaldehyde resins, alkyd-modified phenol-formaldehyde varnishes
pt. (COC) 199 C, (CC) 192 C; autoignition temp. > 400 C; ref. index Features: Limited compat. with PVC
1.5282; dielec. const. 7.5 (1000 Hz); decomposes @J > 270 C wlo boil- Properties: APHA 100 max.; m.w. 408.2; dens. 9.7 Iblgal; f.p. -30 C; b.p.
ing; VOC 5156.65%; evaporation rate < 1; 98% min. assay 217 C; flash pt. (TOC) 478 F; ref. index 1.5252; 98.0% min. assay
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 5313 mglkg, (dermal, rat) > 2000 mgkg; LC50 Benzoflexa 284 [Velsicol]
(inh.) > 200 mgll; not an eye or primary skin irritant; repeated exposure Chem. Descrip.: Propylene glycol dibenzoate (92-96%), propylene gloycol
may cause defatting of skin and mild irritation to eyes and nose monobenzoate (I-2%) and dipropylene glycol dibenzoate (2-3%)
Environmental: NOEL (earthworm) 1000 ppm; EC50 (bacteria) > 10 mgl CAS 19224-26-1; 37086-84-3; 27138-31-4
I; readily biodeg. Uses: Solvating plasticizer for PVC applic., stain-resist. flooring, resilient
Precaution: Wear safety glasses, lab coat, gloves; combustible; sl. reac- vinyl flooring top coats, latex caulk formulations, PVAc emulsion adhe-
tive with oxidizing agents, acids, alkalis sives, and castable PU; coalescing agent in latex paints
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO, Regulatory: OSHA nonhazardous; WHMIS, DOT nonregulated; Europe
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 EINECS; Canada DSL; Australia AICS; Korea KCL; Japan MITI;
Storage: Store in well-ventilated area away from sources of ignition Philipines PlCCS
Benzoflexa 50 [Velsicol; Harwick Std. Distrib.] Propefries: APHA 100 max. liq.; mild ester odor; sol. in aliphatic and aro-
Chem. Descrip.: Diethylene glycol dibenzoate, dipropylene glycol matic hydrocarbons; sol. 0.01% in water; m.w. 284.3; sp.gr. 1.146; dens.
dibenzoate (1:I) with diethylene glycol monobenzoate (0.045-2.75%) 9.55 Iblgal; vapor pressure 1.9 x lo7mm Hg; vapor dens. > air; f.p. -3 C;
and dipropylene glycol monobenzoate (0.045-2.75%) as impurities b.p. 233 C (5 mm); pour pt. -16 C; flash pt. (COC) 199 C rnin., (CC) >
CAS 120-55-8; 27138-31-4; 20587-61-5; 125457-59-2 93.3 C; ref. index 1.544; evaporation rate < 1; 98.0% min. assay
Uses: Plasticizer for PVAc adhesives, acrylic latex caulk formulations, Toxicology: LD50 (oral, male rat) 4751 mglkg, (oral, female rat) 2661 mgl
latex coatings, plastisols, and dry-blended vinyl formulations; food pkg. kg, (skin, rabbit) > 2 glkg, (inh., rat, 4 h) > 200 mgll; not an eye or pri-
adhesives, paperlpaperboard mary skin irritant; repeated exposure may cause defaning of skin and
features: Monomeric mild irritation to eyes and nose; TSCA listed
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR 5175.105, 176.170, 176.180; WHMIS, DOT Precaution: Wear splash goggles, lab coat, gloves; combustible
nonregulated Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,
Propefries: APHA 100 max. liq., mild ester odor; sol. in aliphatic and aro- HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
matic hydrocarbons; sol. < 0.01% in water; m.w. 328.3; sp.gr. 1.146; Storage: Store in ventilated area away from sources of ignition
dens. 9.6 Iblgal; visc. 100 cP; vapor dens. 6.65; vapor pressure 2.29 x Benzoflexa 352 [Velsicol]
l o 7mm Hg; f.p. < 0 C; b.p. 240 C (5 mm); hyd. no. 15; m.p. 28 C; pour Chem. Descrip.: 1,4-Cyclohexane dimethanol dibenzoate (> 98%)
pt. -21 C; flash pt. (COC) 199 C min., (CC) > 93.3 C; ref. index 1.535; CAS 35541-81-2
VOC 4.02-4.42%; evaporation rate < 1; pH neutral; 98.0% min. assay Uses: Plasticizer, modifier for hot-melt adhesives (EVA, block copolymer,
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 2500 mglkg, (dermal, rabbit) > 2500 mgll, polyester, polyamide, PU), hot-melt coating, delayed-tack latex and hot-
(inh., rabbit, 4 h) > 200 mgll; not an eye or primary skin irritant; repeated melts
exposure may cause defaning of skin, mild irritation to eyes and nose; Regulatory: OSHA nonhazardous; WHMIS, DOT nonregulated
TSCA listed Propefries: APHA 50 max. flake (10% in acetone); sl. odor; sol. in tetrahy-
Environmental: The two major individual components have NOEL (earth- drofuran, 1,I ,I-trichloroethane, cyclohexanone, toluene, acetone, ethyl
worm) 1000 ppm and EC50 (bacteria) > 10 mgll; consideredto be readily acetate; insol. in cold water; m.w. 352; sp.gr. 1.23; melt visc. 11 cps (240
biodeg. F); vapor pressure 2.2~10.~ mm Hg; m.p. 118 C; hyd. no. 15; flash pt.
Precaution: Wear splash goggles, lab coat, gloves; combustible; avoid (COC) 258 C; autoignition temp. > 450 C; 98% min. assay
high temps., open flame; incompat. with strong oxidizing agents; on com- Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg, (dermal, rabbit) > 2 glkg; not an eye
bustion, may decomp. to produce CO or primary skin irritant
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz Environmental: LC50 (rainbow trout, 96 h) > 0.8 mgll, (daphnia, 48 h) >
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 0.0014 mgll, EC50 (algal growth inhibition, 72 h) > 0.012 mgb, (acti-
Storage: Store in cool, ventilated area away from sources of ignition vated sewage sludge, 3 h) > 100 mgll; Log POW > 3.73 @ 20 C; not
Benzoflexa 131 [Velsicol] readily biodeg.
Chem. Descrip.: lsodecyl benzoate (> 98%) Precaution: Wear safety glasses, lab coat, dust respirator, gloves; com-
CAS 131298-44-7 bustible
Uses: Plasticizer for plastisols, adhesives, sealants, caulks; diluent to Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, COz
reduce the visc. of plastisols; peroxide carrier; solvator for vinyl HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
features: Exc. stain resist. Storage: Store in well-ventilated area away from sources of ignition
Regulatory: WHMIS, DOT nonregulated; Canada DSL; Europe ENIECS; Benzoflexa 354 [Velsicol]
Korea KCI; China draft inventory
Properties: CI. liq.; ester-like odor; sol. in methanol, diethyl ether, acetone; Chem. Descrip.: 2,2,4-Trimethyl-1,3-pentanediol dibenzoate (>99.8%)
water sol. < 6.86 X IO'gll; m.w. 262; sp.gr. 0.95; low visc.; m.p. < -25 C; CAS 68052-23-3
vapor pressure 8.45 x l o 3Pa; b.p. 321.5-342.5 C; flash pt. (OC) 174 C, Uses: Resin plasticizerlmodifier for formulation of specialty coatings, ad-
(CC) 110 C; autignition temp. 374 C hesives, screen inks, and PVC plastisols
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5 glkg, (skin, rabbit) > 2 gkg; LC50 (inh., Regulatory: WHMIS, DOT nonregulated
rat, 4 h) 3.3 mgll; may be harmful if inh.; practically non-irritating to eyes, Propefries: APHA2OO max. cl. liq.; ester-like odor; sol. in acetone, ditheyl
skin; TSCA listed ether; partially sol. in methanol; very sl. sol. in hot water; insol. in cold
Environmental: No effect on algal growth (50 micro gll), life cycle of the water; m.w. 314.3; sp.gr. 1.07-1.08; visc. 406 cps; vapor pressure 5.1 8
daphnia (30 micro gb), survival of rainbow trout (6.5 mgb) or early life x lo6; vapor dens. > 1; f.p. glass at -12 C; m.p. -12 C; b.p. 225-227 C
stage development of the flathead minnow (47 mgll); 67% biodeg. by (55 mm); flash pt. (CC) 160 C), (OC) 177 C; hyd. no. 15.0; ref. index
BOD in Modified MlTl test 1.528-1.531; 98% assay rnin.; 0.1% moisture
Precaution: Wear splash, labcoat, gloves; combustible; avoid breathing Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mgkg, (skin, rabbit) > 2000 mglkg;
vapors or mists; sl. reactive with oxidizing agents, acids, alkalis practically non-irritating to skin, eyes (rabbit); TSCA listed

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Benzoflex@400

Precaution: Wear splash goggles, lab coat, gloves; combustible; sl. reac- visc. 300?60 mPa s (2%, 20 C); pH neutral (1%); nonionic; 5% max.
tive with oxidizing agents water, 5% max. salt
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO, Use Level: 0.4-0.8% on total paint wt.
HMIS: Health 0, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 Precaution: Charring occurs above 250 C; burns slowly at high temps.
Storage: Store in ventilated area away from sources of ignition and in contact with open flame
Benzoflex@400 [Velsicol] Storage: Several yrs. shelf life when stored in unopened bags
Chem. Descrip.: Polypropylene glycol dibenzoate BermocolP E 230 X [Akcros Am.]
CAS 72245-46-6 Chem. Descrip.: Ethyl hydroxyethyl cellulose
Uses: Plasticizerfor PU and polysulfide sealants, acrylic coatings, caulks, CAS 9004-58-4
PVC, adhesives; rec. for applics. needing low volatility and good solvat- Uses: Thickener, consistency agent, stabilizer, water retention aid in aq.
ing prods., mortars, building glues, gypsum-based crack fillers; dispersant,
Properties: APHA 250 max., very It. pale yel. cl. oily liq.; mild ester odor; binder, stabilizer for powd. materials dispersed in water
sol. in aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, ketones, lower alcohols; features: Mod. visc. increase
sol. < 0.3% in water; m.w. 400 min. (avg.); sp.gr. 1.103; dens. 9.2 Iblgal; Properties: Whitish powd.; 98% < 425 vm particle size; sol. in water; visc.
visc. 177 cps; f.p. -38 C; b.p. 262 C; pour pt. -15 C; flash pt. (COC) 241 300?60 mPa s (2%, 20 C); pH neutral (1%); nonionic; 5% max. water,
C; ref. index 1.5158; 98% min. assay 5% max. salt
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) > 5000 mglkg, (skin, rabbit) > 2000 mgll; mild Use Level: 0.4-0.8% on dry mortar wt.
eye irritant, pract. nonirritating to skin; TSCA listed Precaution: Charring occurs above 250 C; burns slowly at high temps.
Benzoflex@2088 [Velsicol; Harwick Std. Distrib.] and in contact with open flame
Chem. Descrip.: Diethylene glycol dibenzoate, triethylene glycol Storage: Several yrs. shelf life when stored in unopened bags
dibenzoate, dipropylene glycol dibenzoate BermocolP E 320 G [Akcros Am.]
Uses: Plasticizer, solvator for PVAc, adhesives, caulks, sealants, paints/ Chem. Descrip.: Ethyl hydroxyethyl cellulose
coatings, automotive refinish coatings, food pkg. adhesives, PVC plasti- CAS 9004-58-4
solslflooringlfilmslsheet goods Uses: Thickener, consistency agent, stabilizer, water retention aid in aq.
features: Low VOC, good stain resist., fast fusion prods., latex paints; adhesive in wallpapers
Regulatory: FDA ZICFR 5175.105; MlTl listed; OSHA nonhazardous; Features: Stabilizes aq. disps. while avoiding problematic visc. increase
DOT nonregulated properties: Whitish powd.; 98% < 1070 pm particle size; sol. in water;
Properties: APHA 35 cl. color; mild ester odor; sol. 0.01% in water; m.w. visc. 2200?450 mPa s (2%, 20 C); pH neutral (1%); nonionic; 5% max.
326.5; sp.gr. 1.156; visc. 90 cP; dens. 9.63 Iblgal; f.p. 0 C; surf. tens. water, 5% max. salt
43.8 dyneslcm; pour pt. -40 C; flash pt. (COC) 420 F; ref. index 1.537 Use Level: 0.4-0.8% on total paint wt.
(20 C); 98% assay; 0.10% moisture Precaution: Charring occurs above 250 C; burns slowly at high temps.
Toxicology: Not expected to cause significant adverse human health ef- and in contact with open flame
fects; TSCA listed storage: Several yrs. shelf life when stored in unopened bags
Environmental: (all individual components) EC50 (bacteria) > 10 mgll; BermocoIP E 481 X [Akcros Am.]
NOEL (earthworm) 1000 ppm; all componentsconsideredreadily biodeg. Chem. Descrip.: Ethyl hydroxyethyl cellulose
Precaution: Wear splash goggles, lab coat, gloves; sl. reactive with oxi- CAS 9004-58-4
dizing agents, acids and alkalies Uses: Consistency agent, stabilizer, water retention aid in aq. prods.,
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO, cement-based tile fix and joint mortars, gypsum-based projection plas-
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 ters and glues
Storage: Store in well-ventilated area away from source of ignition Features: Improves workability, adhesion in mortars
Benzoflex@2160 [Velsicol] properties: Whitish powd.; 98% < 300 pm particle size; sol. in water; visc.
Chem. Descrip.: Diethylene glycol dibenzoate (49.4%), triethylene glycol 5000?1000 mPa.s (I%, 20 C); pH neutral (1%); nonionic; 4% max. wa-
dibenzoate (29%) , di (2-ethylhexyl) adipate (15%) and diethylene glycol ter, 5% max. salt
monobenzoate (3.22%) Use Level: 030.7% (mortars); 0.2-0.6 (gypsum-basedplastersand glues)
CAS 120-55-8; 120-56-9; 103-23-1; 20587-61-5 Storage: Several yrs. shelf life when stored in unopened bags
Uses: Plasticizer, solvator of PVC, and for flooring applics. and food pkg. Bermodol HAC 2000 [Akcros Am.]
adhesives Chem. Descrip.: Acrylic
features: Good heat stability and stain resist. Uses: Associative thickener, rheology control agent, antisagging agent,
Regulatory: FDAZICFR 5175.105; DOT nonregulated; NJ, PA, MA Right- leveling agent in aq. systems, semigloss and flat paints, adhesives, seal-
to-Know ants
Properties: APHA 35 cl. color; mild ester odor; sol. < 0.01% in water; m.w. Features: Gives exc. spray painting props.; reduces roller spattering; VOC-
335; sp.gr. 1.I 22; dens. 9.364 Iblgal; vapor dens. > 1; f.p. < 9 C; surf. and NP-free
tens. 36.4 dyneslcm; pour pt. -45 C; flash pt. (COC) 415 F; ref. index properties: Milky wh. low-visc. liq.; aq. disp. becomes water-sol. polymer
1.523 (20 C); pH neutral; 98% assay; 0.07% moisture above pH 7; dens. 1056 kglm3 (20 C); visc. = 30 mPa.s (20 C); pH 2-3;
Toxicology: LD50 Benzoflex 2-45: (oral, rat) 4190 mglkg, (skin, rat) > 29-31% solids
2000 mglkg, Benzoflex S-358: (oral, rat) 5313 mglkg, (skin, rat) > 2000 Use Level: 0.1-0.2% (paints)
mglkg, Dioctyl adipate: (oral rat) 5600-45,000 mglkg; TSCA listed storage: Store frost-free, preferably @I 5-30 C
Environmental: NOEL Benzoflex 2-45lBenzoflex S-358: (earthworm) 1000 BeroP 594 [Akzo Nobel Surf. Chem. AB]
ppm; EC50 Benzoflex 2-45lBenzoflex S-358: (bacteria) > 10 mgll; Chem. Descrip.: Hydroxyethyl alkyl imidazoline
Benzoflex 2-45lBenzoflex S358lDioctyl adipate considered readily Uses: Adhesion promoter in soh.-based paints and varnishes; dispers-
biodeg. ant; wetting agent; foaming agent; corrosion inhibitor in min. oils and
Precaution: Wear safety glasses, lab coat, gloves; combustible solvs., aq. systems; friction modifier in automatic transmission fluids
HMIS: Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 Propefries: Gardner 15 max. cl. liq.; sol. in ethanol, xylene, trichloroethyl-
ene, wh. spirit, paraftin oil, and dilute sulfuric, hydrochloric, hos horic
Storage: Store in well-ventilated area away from sources of ignition P
and acetic acids; disp. in water; m.w. 360; dens. 930 kglm , VISC. . p 300
BermocoIP E 230 G [Akcros Am.]
mPa s; pour pt. 3 C; clear pt. 28 C; flash pt. > 100 C; pH 10-11 (1% aq.);
Chem. Descrip.: Ethyl hydroxyethyl cellulose surf. tens. 28 mNlm (0.1%); Draves wetting 250 s (0.1%); Ross-Miles
CAS 9004-58-4 foam 180 mm (initial, 0.05%, 50 C); cationic; 90% act.
Uses: Thickener, consistency agent, stabilizer, water retention aid in aq. Be Sqaure@165 [Bareco Prods.]
prods., latex paints; adhesive for wallpapers Chem. Descrip.: Microcrystalline wax
Features: Stabilizes aq. disps. while avoiding problematic visc. increase CAS 63231-60-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1
Properties: Whitish powd.; 98% < 1070 pm particle size; sol. in water; Uses: Lubricant; candles; chewing gum; dental wax; explosives; film pkg.;

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Bioban@BP-10

firearms; floor polish; furniture polish; hot-melt adhesives; matches; Features: Exc. dispersibility
paints; paper; rubber; food and food-contactapplics.; chewing gum base; Regulatory: FDA21CFR9175.105,176.170,176.180,176.200,176.210;
protective coating on fruits, vegetables; defoamer BGA XIV compliance
Regulatory: FDA 2lCFR §172.886,178.3710 Properties: Liq.; 100% solids
Properties: Wax; dens. 0.93 glcc; visc. 70 min. SUS (99 C); m.p. 69-72 C Bevaloid 2514 [Rhodia HPCll]
Be Square@ 175 [Bareco Prods.] Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary
Chem. Descrip.: Microcrystalline wax Uses: Defoamer for latex, emulsion and suspension PVC; food pkg. ad-
CAS 63231-60-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1 hesives, paper; defoamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard,paper coat-
Uses: Protective barrier wax (against moisture vapor and gases) for hot- ings
melt laminating adhesives and coatings, in antisunchecking agents in Features: Low fogging
rubber goods, elec. insulating agents, leather treating agents, water re- Regularory: FDA 2lCFR §175.105, 176.200, 176.210; BGA XIV compli-
pellents for textiles, rustproof coatings, cosmetic ingreds.; plasticizer in ance
crayons, dental compds., chewing gum, and candles Properties: Liq.; 100% solids
Fearures: Plastic wax; offers high ductility, flexibility at very low temps. Bevaloid 6624 [Rhodia HPCll]
Regulatory: Incl. FDA $172.230, 172.615, 175.105, 175.300, 176.170, Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary
176.180, 176.200, 177.1200, 178.3710, 179.45 Uses: Defoamer for latex, emulsion and suspension PVC; food pkg. ad-
Properties: Amber wax; dens. 0.93 glcc; visc. 13 cps (99 C); m.p. 83 C; hesives, paper; defoamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard,paper coat-
flash pt. 293 C ings
Be Square@ 185 [Bareco Prods.] Features: Effective in strong stripping conditions; no fish eyes; silicone
Chem. Descrip.: Hard microcryst.wax consisting of n-paraffinic, branched free
paraffinic, and naphthenic hydrocarbons Regulatory: FDA21CFR9175.105,176.170,176.180,176.200,176.210;
CAS 63231-60-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1 BGA XIV compliance
Uses: Wax for hot-melt coatings and adhesives, cup and paper coatings, Properties: Liq.; water-disp.; 100% solids
printing inks; lubricant and processing aid in plastics; lacquers; paints; Bevaloid 6683 [Rhodia HPCll]
varnishes; binder in ceramics; for potting in elec.lelectronic components; Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary
in investment casting; plasticizer, antisunchecking, antiozonant in rub- Uses: Defoamer for suspension PVC; food pkg. adhesives, paper; de-
ber and elastomers; emulsion wax size in papermaking; fabric softener foamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard, paper coatings
ingred.; in cosmetic hand creams and lipsticks; chewing gum base; food Regularory: FDA 2lCFR 9175.105, 176.200, 176.210
pkg. adhesiveslcoatingslpaper Properties: Liq.; 25% solids in water
Regulatory: Incl. FDA $172.230, 172.615, 175.105, 175.300, 176.170, BHMT-HP [DuPont Nylon]
176.180, 176.200, 177.1200, 178.3710, 179.45 Chem. Descrip.: Bis-hexamethylenetriamine, high purity
Properties: Amber wax; very low sol. in org. solvs.; sp.gr. 0.93; visc. 15 CAS 143-23-7
cps (99 C); m.p. 90.5 C UN 3263
Be Square@195 [Bareco Prods.] Uses: Chain modifierlbranching agent in polyamides (adhesives, films,
Chem. Descrip.: Hard microcryst.wax consisting of n-paraffinic, branched inks, plastics); flexibilizer in adhesives, wet str. paper applics.; in cat-
paraffinic, and naphthenic hydrocarbons ionic emulsifiers; in cationic collectors for ore flocculation; chelating
CAS 63231-60-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 264-038-1 agents; corrosionlscale inhibitor; epoxy curing agent; flocculating agent;
Uses: Wax for adhesives, ceramics, chewing gum, cosmetics, elec., ex- PU extender or catalyst
plosives, pkg., paints, polish, printing inks, plastics processing, Regularory: SARA 9311l312 acutelchroniclreactivityhazard; MITI, Aus-
rustproofing tralia listed
Regulatory: FDA§172.230,172.615,175.105,175.300,176.170,176.180, Properties: Wh. to sl. yel. solid; shipped in bulk as warm liq.; weak amine
176.200, 177.1200, 178.3710, 179.45, etc. odor; sol. 33% in water; m.w. 215; sp.gr. 0.88; vapor pressure 82.5 mm
Properties: Wh., amber wax; very low sol. in org. solvs.; sp.gr. 0.93; visc. Hg (250C); m.p. 32-34C; b.p. 164 C (4 mm); decomp. pt. > 300 C; flash
15.5 cps (99 C); m.p. 93 C pt. (OC) 121 C; pH 12.6 (5% aq.); 98% act.
Betaseal@43518 [Essex Spec. Prods.] Toxicology: LD50 (skin, rabbit) > 200 mglkg; OSHA PEL TWA (8 h) 5 mgl
Chem. Descrip.: Soh.-based silane blend type primer m3respirabledust; toxic; corrosive, may cause skinleye bums; may cause
Uses: Conditions the surface and promotes adhesion to glass, e.g., wind- permanent eye damage, blindness; may be absorbed through skin in
shields of automobiles, trucks, buses, off-road vehicles toxic amts.; contains benzene; TSCA listed
Betaseal@43520A [Essex Spec. Prods.] Precaurion: Corrosive; dust forms explosive mixt. with air; incompat. with
Chem. Descrip.: Polyurethane-based soh. release type primer strong oxidants e.g., perchloric acid; produces small exotherm when
Uses: Screens out UV rays and promotes adhesion between polyure- dissolved in water; forms carbamate on exposure to air, which is corro-
thane adhesive and glass; for windshield installation and backlite bond- sive combined with moisture
ing in trucks, buses, off-road vehicles Hazardous Ingredients: Contains benzene
Betaseal@43555 [Essex Spec. Prods.] Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: (combustion): CO, NO,; heated to decomp.,
Chem. Descrip.: Primer emits toxic fumes of NO,
Uses: Promotes adhesion between Betaseals adhesives and PVC sub- HMIS: Health 3, Flammability 1, Reactivity 1
strates; for bonding automotive vinyl trim to glass and various painted Srorage: Store in well-ventilated area; keep container tightly closed; keep
substrates away from heat, sparks, flames
Betaseal@58702 [Essex Spec. Prods.] BicoP 70 HBS-2 [ExxonMobillOPP Films]
Chem. Descrip.: One-component polyurethane adhesive Chem. Descrip.: One side sealable, one-side high barrier PVdC-coated
Uses: Fast moisture curing adhesive for stationary glass bonding when oriented PP film
used with appropriate glass primers CAS 9003-07-0
Bevaloid 581B [Rhodia HPCII] Uses: Inside sealant web in high-barrier laminations, extrusion lamina-
Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary tion, adhesive lamination
Uses: Defoamer for suspension PVC; food pkg. adhesives, paper; de- Features: Exc. moisture and oxygen barriers; exc. flavor and aroma bar-
foamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard, paper coatings rier; exc. sealablity, hot tack, seal range; lap sealable to a coex outer
Regulatory: FDA 21CFR 9175.105,176.170,176.180,176.200,176.210 web
Properties: Liq.; 100% solids Properties: 0.70 mil gauge; yield 56.1 m’lkg
Bevaloid 2512 [Rhodia HPCll] Bioban@BP-10 [Dow]
Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary Chem. Descrip.: 2-Bromo-2-nitropropane-I,3-diol (lo%), propylene gly-
Uses: Defoamer for latex, emulsion PVC; food pkg. adhesives, paper; col (1O%), water (80%)
defoamer in food-contact paperlpaperboard, paper coatings Uses: Antimicrobial, bactericide for industrial processes such as indus-

TRADE NAME REFERENCE 81
Bioban@BP-30

trial process waters, recirculating water cooling towers, evaporative con- 100 pprn), adhesives (100-5000 pprn), starchlpigment slurries (100-500
densers, oil prod.ltransport, pulplpaper prod., textiles, min. slurries; pre- ppm), paintsAatexlantifoam emulsions (100-500 ppm), in-can ink applics.
servative for adhesives, starch pigment and extender slurries, printing (100-500 ppm)
inks, fountain sol'ns., paints, latexes, antifoam emulsions Toxicology: NOEL (oral, rat) 54 mglkg, (skin, rat) 25 mglkg, (IV, rat) 25
Features: Broad spectrum; rec. @ pH 4-8 mglkg); corrosive; causes eyelskin damage; may be fatal if swallowed;
Regulatory: EPA reg. no. 464-680 may cause local irritation, respiratory distress, lung congestion, seda-
Properties: Colorless to pale yel. liq.; misc. with water; sp.gr. 1.04-1.07 tion, ataxia, inflamm. of GI tract
(20 C); f.p. -8 to -18 C; flash pt. (Seta) none; pH 2-6; 9.5-10.5% act. Environmental: LC50 (daphnia, 48 h) 1.4 mgA, (rainbow trout, 96 h) 41.2
Bioban@BP-30 [Dow] mgll
Chem. Descrip.: 2-Bromo-2-nitropropane-I,3-diol (30%), propylene gly- Precaution: May be corrosive to some metals
col (SO%), water (10%) Storage: Store in original container, tightly closed in safe place
Uses: Antimicrobial, bactericide for industrial processes such as indus- Biobana CS-1246 [Dow]
trial process waters, recirculating water cooling towers, evaporative con- Chem. Descrip.: 7-Ethyl bicyclooxazolidine
densers, oil prod.ltransport, pulplpaper prod., textiles, min. slurries, CAS 7747-35-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 231-810-4
householdhnstitutional prods.; preservative for adhesives, starch pig- UN 1993
ment and extender slurries, printing inks, fountain sol'ns., paints, latexes, Uses: Biocide, bactericide, preservative for metalworking fluids, latex
antifoam emulsions; food pkg. adhesives, paperlpaperboard; slimicide paints, inks, caulks, adhesives, oil field water systems, drilling muds,
in food-contact paperlpaperboard cooling water treatment, emulsions, slurries, nonfood-contactadhesives,
Features: Rec. @ pH 4-8 surfactants, consumerlhouseholdlinstitutional prods.; crosslinking agent
Regulatory: FDA21CFR ~175.105,176.170,176.180,176.300;EPAreg. for polymers and resins; corrosion inhibitor; PU catalyst; alkaline buffer
no. 464-685 Features: Broad-spectrum; rec. for systems requiring oil-sol., but also
Properties: Colorless to pale yel. liq.; misc. with water; sp.gr. 1.19-1.21 effective in aq. systems; rec. @ pH 7-11
(20 C); f.p. -25 C; flash pt. (Seta CC) none; pH 4.5 max. Regulatory: EPA reg. no. 464-667
BiobanB BP-40 [Dow] Properties: Ylsh. liq.; musty odor; sol. in water, alcohol, glycols, aromatic
Chem. Descrip.: 2-Bromo-2-nitropropane-I,3-dioI(40%), dipropylene gly- solvs., benzene, chlorinated hydrocarbons, acetone, min. oils; sp.gr.
col monomethyl ether (44%) and water 1.085 (30l20 C); visc. 20.8 cps; vapor pressure 20 hPa (71 C); f.p. 0 C;
CAS 52-51-7; 34590-94-8 b.p. 71 C (15 mm); flash pt. (CC) 79 C; pH 8-9; surf. tens. 36.5 dynes/
UN 1903 cm; 93% min. purity
Uses: Bactericide for industrial processes such as industrial process wa- Toxicology: LD50 (oral, male rat) 5250 mglkg, (dermal, rabbit) 1948 mgl
ters, recirculatingwater coolingtowers, evaporative condensers, oil prod./ kg; sl. toxic by inh.; LC50 (inh., rats, 4 h) 3.1 mglL; severely irritating to
transport, pulplpaper; corrosion inhibitor; preservative for adhesives, eyes and skin; may cause allergic skin reaction
starch pigment and extender slurries, printing inks, fountain sol'ns., wood Environmental: LD50 (oral, bobwhite quail) 1100 mglkg; LC50 (trout, 96
chipslsawdust, paints, latex and antifoam emulsion systems h) 240 mgll, (bluegill, 96 h) 130 mgll, (daphnia magna, 48 h) 42 mgll;
Features: Broad spectrum; controls Pseudomonas sp., slime-forming harmful to aquatic organisms; may cause long-term adverse effects in
bacteria; controls organisms responsible for microbiologically induced aquatic environment; COD 1440 mgll; BOD5 350 mgA
corrosion Precaution: Incompat. with acids, oxidizing materials; releases formalde-
Regulatory: EPA reg. no. 464-676; OSHA Hazardous Chemical 29CFR hyde @ pH < 6; corrodes metals such as copper, aluminum or their
51910.1 200; CAS 34590-94-8: NJ Workplace Hazardous Substance, alloys; use chemical goggles, chemical resistant gloves
PA Hazardous Substance Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: CO, CO,, NO,, formaldehyde
Properties: Pale yel. liq.; highly sol. in water, lower alcohols; sol. in gly- Storage: Store cool and dry in tightly closed original container away from
cols, other polyols; insol. in aliphatic hydrocarbons, e.g., min. oil; sp.gr. high temps., hot pipes and direct sunlight; do not store in unprotected
1.23; flash pt. (TCC) > 82 C; pH < 4.5; 38.7-42.6% purity ferrous containers
Toxicology: LD50 (oral) 540 mglkg, (skin, rat) > 2000 mglkg; toxic by ing.; Bioban@CT [Dow Mexico]
harmful or fatal if swallowed; can be absorbed through skin in harmful Uses: Biocide, in-can paint preseivative; also for emulsions, caulks, ad-
amts. as conc. s o h ; corrosive to eyes; can cause severe eye damage, hesives
skin burns; prolongedlrepeated skin contact may cause allergic reac- Properties: Liq. sol'n.; sol. in water; insol. in hydrocarbons; sp.gr. 1.22;
tion in some individuals flash pt. > 200 F (CC); pH 5.0 (0.1 M s o h )
Environmental: A.i. toxic to aquatic species; prevent entry into water Bioban@ DXN [Dow]
courses; sl. toxic to birds Chem. Descrip.: 6-Acetoxy-2,4-dimethyl-m-dioxane (90%)
Precaution: Corrosive to certain metals, incl. Al; avoid temp. above 100 CAS 828-00-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 212-579-9
C; avoid breathing vapor; use chemical goggles; use chemically resis- Uses: Antimicrobial, preservative, bacteriostat, fungistat, preservative for
tant clothing when prolonged contact could occur industrial aq. systems, processes, and emulsions incl. paints, coatings,
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Nitrogen oxides, hydrogen bromide, CO, textile finishes, adhesives, leather processing liquors, distillate fuels
CO,, formaldehyde Features: Patented; broad-spectrum;effective against bacteria, fungi; rec.
Bioban@BP-Plus [Dow] @ pH 3-8.5
Chem. Descrb.: 2-Bromo-2-nitropropane-1,3-diol Regulatory: SARA§313/312/313 reportable; EPAreg. no. 464-682; OSHA
CAS 52-51-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 200-143-0 Hazardous Chemical 29CFR §1910.1200; CERCLA reportable
UN 3241
Properties: Yel. to amber liq.; pungent odor; sol. in water, org. solvs.;
Uses: Preservative, bactericide for treatment of industrial process sys- vapor pressure 0.3 mm Hg; m.w. 174.2; sp.gr. 1.060-1.075; f.p. < -25 C;
tems, cooling water, oil prod.ltransport, pulplpaper prod., water-contg.
b.p. = 210 C; flash pt. (TCC) 125 F; ref. index 1.430-1.437 (20 C); 85-
systems incl. adhesives, printing inks, fountain sol'ns., starch, pigment
and extender slurries, paints, latex and antifoam emulsions, cosmetics, 95% assay
toiletries, pharmaceuticals, agric. Use Level: 0.1-0.2%
Features: Effective against Pseudomonas, for control of slime-forming Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 2457 mglkg, (dermal, rabbit) > 4 mllkg; mod.
bacteria, anaerobic organisms responsible for microbial-induced corro- eye imitant; nonirritatingto skin; nonsensitizingin humans; inh. may cause
sion, Legionella pneumophilia upper respiratory tract irritation
Regulatory: Broad FDA clearances; EPA reg. no. 464-675 Environmental: LC50 (rainbow trout) > 37 mg a.i.lL, (daphnia magna) >
Properties: Free-flowing powd.; highly sol. in water, lower alcohols; sol. in 24 mg a.i.lL; EC50 (green algae) 3.26 mglL; slightly toxic to birds
glycols, other polyols; insol. in aliphatic hydrocarbons; bulk dens. 1.2 g l Precaution: Use chemical goggles; use chemically resistant gloves when
cm3;vapor pressure nil; m.p. = 130 C; flash pt. (Seta CC) none; pH 5-7 prolonged contact could occur; incompat. with strong oxidizers; avoid
(I%, 20 C); 99% min. purity unintended contact with strong acids
Use Level: Pulplpaper process water (10-250 ppm), water treatment (25- Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Acetaldehyde, vinyl acetate

82 HANDBOOK OF ADHESIVE CHEMICAL AND COMPOUNDING INGREDIENTS
BiothaneB System 228

Storage: Store in dry, cool, well-ventilated area; avoid open flames and Biocheka 410 [ONDEO Nalco]
other ignition sources; keep container closed Chem. Descrip.: 19% 1,2-Dibromo-2,4-dicyanobutane, 6% 1,2-
BiochekB 20 [ONDEO Nalco] benzisothiazolin-3-one
Chem. Descrip.: 2,2-Dibromo-3-nitrilopropionamide(20%), polyethylene CAS 35691-65-7; 2634-33-5
glycol (10-30%) and dibromoacetonitrile (1%) Uses: Preselvative which inhibits growth of bacteria, fungi, and yeasts in
CAS 10222-01-2; 25322-68-3; 3252-43-5 aq. systems incl. paints, adhesives, latex emulsions, metalworking flu-
UN UN 2922 ids, pigment slurries, joint cements, and household prods.; food pkg.
Uses: Microbicide for aq. industrial systems, emulsions, coatings, waxes, adhesives; slimicide in food-contact paperlpaperboard
polishes, sizing, caulks, inks, adhesives, pigment slurries Features: Industrial in-can preservative; protects prods. during storage
Features: Nonoxidizing Regularory: FDA21CFR§175.105,176.170,176.180,176.300; EPAreg.
Regularory: ICAOllATAllMDGllMOregulated; OSHA hazardous; CERCLA, no. 10445-90; RCRA nonreportable; DOTllCAOllATAllMDGllMO
SARA §302 nonreponable; SARA 9311l312 Immediate, Delayed Health nonregulated; OSHA hazardous; CERCLA, SARA 9302 nonreportable,
Hazard, 9313 reportable; EPA Reg. no. 1706-188; Clean Air Act 5313 reportable; SARA §311/312 Immediate, Delayed Health Hazard;
Properties: Amber liq.; mild disinfectant odor; completely sol. in water; FIFRA; State Right-to-Know laws; WHMIS D2B
sp.gr. 1.20-1.30; dens. 10.0-10.8 Iblgal; visc. 138 cps; vapor pressure < properties: Tan to It. brn. visc. liq.; disp. in water; sp.gr. 1.113; dens. 9.3
0.1 mm Hg; f.p. -50 C; pour pt. -45 C; b.p. > 70 C (decomposes); flash Ibslgal.; visc. 1800-2500 cps; f.p. 0 C; pH 4.1
pt. > 182 C; pH 2-5; 9.85% VOC Use Level: 0.05-0.2% (pigment slurries), 0.05-0.4% (metalworking fluids,
Use Level: 0.05-0.4% (waxes, polishes, ink), 0.05-0.8% (latex emulsions, household prods.), aq. paints, 0.05-0.8% (adhesives, latex emulsions),
adhesives), 0.04-0.9% (pigment slurries), 0.08-0.3% (aq. paints and 0.20-0.8% (joint cements)
coatings) Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 1865 mgkg, (skin, rabbit) > 2.0 glkg; skin
Toxicology: LD50 (oral, rat) 235 mglkg, (oral, guinea pig) 118 mglkg, (oral, irritant Draize score 3.2l8.0; hazardous to humans and domestic ani-
rabbit) 118 mglkg, (skin, rabbit > 2 glkg; LC50 (inh., rat, 4 h)1,4 mgll; mals; corrosive to eyes; causes eye damage and skin irritation; harmful
causes severe eye burns; may cause severe skin irritation or tissue dam- if swallowed
age; may be harmful if swallowed; harmful if inh.; TSCA listed Precaufion: Incompat. with strong oxidizers, acids, alkalies; ensure all
Environmental: LC50 (sheepshead minnow, 96 h) 7.5 mgll, (rainbowtrout, containers are labeled; do noting.; avoid skin, eye contact; wear stan-
96 h) 3.6 mgll, (bluegill sunfish, 96 h) 8.9 mgll, (mysid shrimp, 96 h) 4.2 dard protective clothing, chemical splash goggles; wear nitrile, butyl,
mgll, (daphnia magna, 48 h) 4.3 mgb, (acartia tonsa) 1.78 mgb; EC50 PVC or neoprene gloves
(daphnia magna, 48 h) 3.8 mgll Hazardous Ingredients; 1,2-Dibromo-2,4-dicyanobutane, 1,2-benziso-
Precaution: Incompat. with oxidizers; wear neoprene, nitrile, NR or PVC thiazolin-3-one
gloves; wear face shield with chemical splash goggles, impelvious boots, Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: COX,NO,
chemical resistant apron HMIS: Health 3, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0
Hazardous Ingredients: Dibromoacetonitrile, 2,2-dibromo-3-nitrilopro- Srorage: Store @ 0-42 C; keep from freezing; store away from heat; keep
pionamide, polyethylene glycol container tightly closed when not in use
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: NO,, CO,, bromine, cyanogen bromide, BiochekB 430 [ONDEO Nalco]
dibromoacetonitrile under fire conditions Chem. Descrip.: Disp. of 1,2-dibromo-2,4-dicyanobutane, 5-chloro-2-
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 1, Reactivity 1 methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one,and 2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one
Storage: Most stable if stored below 95 F; best if used within 6 mos.; keep Uses: Preservative which inhibits growth of microorganismsin latex emul-
containers tightly closed sions, metalworking fluids, adhesives, waxes, polishes, inks, cooling
water, paper mfg., paints, coatings, and pigment slurries; food pkg. ad-
BiochekB 240 [ONDEO Nalco]
hesives; slimicide in food-contact paperlpaperboard
Chem. Descrip.: 1,3-Bis (hydroxymethyl)-5,5-dimethylhydantoin(32%), Regularory: FDA21CFR ~175.105,176.170,176.180,176.300; EPAreg.
hydroxymethyl-5,5-dimethylhydantoin(7.5%) an formaldehyde (< 1.5%) no. 10445-89
UN UN 3082 Properties: Wh. to off-wh. liq.; sp.gr. 1.I(30 C); visc. 1800-2400 cps; f.p.
Uses: Preservative, biocide which inhibits the growth of bacteria in aq. 0 C; 23.8% min. act.
paints for household and industrial use, printing inks, adhesives, clear Use Level: 0.04-0.9% (pigment slurries), 0.05-0.4% (metalworking fluids,
prods. waxes, polishes, inks), 0.05-0.8% (adhesives, latex emulsions, cooling
Features: Nonyellowing; works at broad pH range water, pulplpaper mills), 0.08-0.3% (aq. paints and coatings)
Regulatory: DOT, ICAO, IATA, regulated; IMDGllMO nonregulated; EPA Toxicology: Corrosive; causes eye damage and skin irritation; harmful if
reg. no. 6836-119-10445; PSHA hazardous; CERCLA, SARA 9302l313 swallowed
reportable, 311l312 Immediate, Delayed Health Hazard; Clean Air Act; Srorage: Store @ 0-42 C; keep from freezing; store away from heat; keep
CA Prop. 65; Fed. Water Pollution ControlAct; MI Critical Materials; State container closed when not in use
Right-to-Know laws; WHMIS D2A, D2B BiochekB 850 [ONDEO Nalco]
Properties: CI., colorless liq.; sl. odor; completely sol. in water, ethanol, Chem. Descrip.: Ethyleneglycol bis formal (44%), 5-chloro-2-methyl-4-
propylene glycol; sp.gr. 1.15; dens. 9.6 Ibslgal.; f.p. -5 C; flash pt. > 93 isothiazolin-3-one (0.88%), 2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one(0.32%)
C; pH 6.5-7.5; 39.5% act. Uses: Biocide, post-treatment biocide for paints, latex adhesives, metal-
Use Level: 0.05-0.5% (aq. paints), 0.05-0.8% (adhesives), 0.1-0.5% (inks) working fluid concentrates
Toxicology: Harmful if swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin; Features: Nonfoaming; effective against bacteria, fungi, and bacterial
avoid breathing vapors; irritating to skin, eyes; TSCA listed spores
Environmental: LC50 (rainbow trout, 96 h) 515 mgb, (bluegill sunfish, 96 Regularory: BGA listed
h) 175 mgll, (daphnia magna, 48 h) 88 mgll; do not contaminate surface Properties: SI. yel. liq.; pungent odor as conc.; misc. with water; sp.gr.
1.2; flash pt. 80 C; pH 7.5 (0.1% s o h )
water
Use Level: 0.05-0.1%; post-treatment (0.05-0.1%)
Precaution: Incompat. with strong acids, bases; wear standard protective Toxicology: Causes eye damage and skin burns; may cause allergic skin
clothing, chemical splash goggles; wear neoprene, nitrile, butyl or PVC reaction, sometimes delayed; may be harmful if swallowed or brought in
gloves contact with skin
Hazardous Ingredients: 1,3-bis(hydroxymethyl)-5,5-dimethylhydantoin, Precaufion: Corrosive; incompat. with amines, strong acids, oxidizing
2,4-imidazolidinedione, (hydroxymethyl)-5,5-dimethyl-,formaldehyde agents, mercaptanes
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Formaldehyde, COX,NO,, SO, under fire Srorage: 1 yr. shelf life @ < 40 C; if prod. freezes, gently rewarm with no
conditions loss of efficiency
HMIS: Health 2, Flammability 1, Reactivity 0 BiothaneB System 228 [CasChem]
Storage: Most stable if stored below 95 F; best if used within 6 mos.; store Chem. Descrip.: Polyurethane system
in tightly closed containers; prevent from freezing Uses: For biomedical applics., e.g., poninglencapsulating compds., ad-

TRADE NAME REFERENCE * 83
Bisomer BDDMA

hesives, coatings, and sealants for artificial kidneys, blood oxygenators, Bisomer HEA Standard Grade 6101 [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
blood filters, catheters, industrial filters Chem. Descrip.: Hydroxyethyl acrylate with MEHQ (200-400 ppm)
Bisomer BDDMA [Lapone Perf. Chems.] CAS 818-61-1; ElNECSlELlNCS 212-454-9
Chem. Descrip.: 1,4-Butanedioldimethacrylatewith MEHQ (300-500 ppm) Uses: Monomer used in formulation of automotive coatings, UV curing
CAS 2082-81-7; ElNECSlELlNCS 218-218-2 systems, wood varnishes, printing inks, photoresists, and adhesives
Uses: Crosslinking monomer for preparation of inks, photoresists for printed Properties: Pt-Co 10 max. cl. color; misc. with water; m.w. 116; visc 7
circuit boards, photopolymer printing plates, wire and cable coatings; mPa s; acid no. 4 max.; flash pt. (PMCC) 99 C; 95% min. assay
reactive diluent for PVC plastisols, rubber crosslinking, glass reinforced Toxicology: TSCA listed
plastics, adhesives, sealants, impregnated wood composites, and other Storage: Store in cool place @J < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
surf. coatings Bisomer HEMA Low Inhibitor [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. cl. color; m.w. 226; visc. 5 mPa.s; flash pt. Chem. Descrip.: Hydroxyethyl methacrylate with MEHQ (40-60 ppm)
(PMCC) 113 C; 0.1% max. water CAS 868-77-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 212-782-2
Toxicology: TSCA listed Uses: Monomer for surf. coatings, photopolymer resists and printing plates,
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight inks, hydrogels, can coatings, and adhesive applics.
Bisomer BGDMA [Laporte Perf. Chems.] Properties: Pt-Co 10 max. cl. color; sol. in water; m.w. 130; visc 8 mPa s;
Chem. Descrip.: 1,3-Butyleneglycol dimethacrylate with MEHQ (300-500 acid no. 1 max.; flash pt. (PMCC) 102 C; 97% min. assay
PPm) Toxicology: Irritant; TSCA listed
CAS 1189-08-8; ElNECSlELlNCS 214-711-0 Srorage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
Uses: Crosslinking monomer for preparation of inks, photoresists for printed Bisomer HEMA Standard [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
circuit boards, photopolymer printing plates, wire and cable coatings; Chem. Descrip.: Hydroxyethyl methacrylate with MEHQ (200-240 ppm)
reactive diluent for PVC plastisols, rubber crosslinking, glass reinforced CAS 868-77-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 212-782-2
plastics, adhesives, sealants, impregnated wood composites, and other Uses: Monomer for surf. coatings, photopolymer resists and printing plates,
surf. coatings inks, hydrogels, can coatings, and adhesive applics.
Properties: Pt-Co 150 max. cl. color; sol. 0.08% in water; m.w. 226; visc. Properties: Pt-Co 10 max. cl. color; sol. in water; m.w. 130; visc 8 mPa.s;
5 mPa s; flash pt. (PMCC) 112 C; 0.2% max. water acid no. 1 max.; flash pt. (PMCC) 102 C; 97% min. assay
Toxicology: Irritant; TSCA listed Toxicology: Irritant; TSCA listed
Bisomer E(2)BADMA [Laporte Perf. Chems.] Srorage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
Chem. Descrip.: Ethoxylated bisphenol A dimethacrylate (CAS 24448- Bisomer HEMA XR [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
20-2) with MEHQ (500-700 ppm) Chem. Descrip.: 2-Hydroxyethylmethacrylate, tech.
Uses: Monomer in anaerobic adhesives and sealants, concreteldental CAS 868-77-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 212-782-2
polymers, photopolymerslresists, inks, glass, reinforced plastics, plasti- Uses: Adhesive applics.
sols, and surf. coatings where low shrinkage contributes to adhesion Toxicology: Irritating to eyes, skin; may cause sensitization by skin con-
Properties: Pt-Co 150 max. cl. color; m.w. 456; visc. 1100-1800 mPa.s; tact
sapon. no. 230-250; 0.2% max. water Bisomer HPA High Purity Grade 6304 [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
Toxicology: TSCA listed Chem. Descrip.: Hydroxypropyl acrylate with MEHQ (200-400 ppm)
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight CAS 25584-83-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 247-118-0
Bisomer E(1O)BADMA [Laporte Perf. Chems.] Uses: Monomer for UV curing systems, photo resists, printing plates,
Chem. Descrip.: Ethoxylated bisphenol A dimethacrylate (CAS 32492- wood varnishes, and adhesives
61-8) with MEHQ (300-500 ppm) Properties: Pt-Co 10 max. cl. color; sol. in water; m.w. 130; visc. 10 mPa.s;
Uses: Monomer in anaerobic adhesives and sealants, concreteldental acid no. 2 max.; flash pt. (PMCC) 90 C; 97% min. assay
polymers, photopolymerslresists, inks, glass, reinforced plastics, plasti- Toxicology: Irritant; TSCA listed
sols, and surf. coatings where low shrinkage contributes to adhesion Srorage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
Properties: Pt-Co 250 max. cl. color; m.w. 804; sp.gr. 1.110-1.130; visc. Bisomer HPA Standard Grade 6301 [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
300-500 mPa s; 0.2% max. water Chem. Descrip.: Hydroxypropyl acrylate with MEHQ (200-400 ppm)
Toxicology: TSCA listed CAS 25584-83-2; ElNECSlELlNCS 247-118-0
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight Uses: Monomer for UV curing systems, photo resists, printing plates,
Bisomer E30W [Laporte Perf. Chems.] wood varnishes, and adhesives
Chem. Descrip.: Ethoxylated bisphenol A dimethacrylate (60% aq.) with Properties: Pt-Co 10 max. cl. color; sol. in water; m.w. 130; visc. 10 mPa s;
MEHQ (100-200 ppm) and HQ (50 ppm max.) acid no. 2 max.; flash pt. (PMCC) 90 C; 95% min. assay
Uses: Monomer imparting chem. resist., impact str., and adhesion to surf. Toxicology: Irritant; TSCA listed
coatings, adhesives, solder masks, and photopolymers Srorage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
Properties: Pale yel. to amber liq.; m.w. 1684; visc. 8 mPa.s; sapon. no. Bisomer HPMA [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
38 min.; 58-62% solids Chem. Descrip.: Hydroxypropyl methacrylate with MEHQ (200-300 ppm)
Toxicology: TSCA listed CAS 27813-02-1; ElNECSlELlNCS 248-666-3
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight Uses: Monomer for surf. coatings, preparation of resists, sealing of po-
Bisomer EGDMA [Laporte Perf. Chems.] rous metal castings, and adhesive applics.
Chem. Descrip.: Ethyleneglycoldimethacrylatewith MEHQ (300-500 ppm) Properties: Pt-Co 10 max. cl. color; sol. 13% in water; m.w. 144; visc 9
CAS 97-90-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 202-617-2 mPa s; acid no. 1 max.; flash pt. (PMCC) 101 C; 97% min. assay
Uses: Crosslinking monomer for surf. coatings, adhesives, sealants, Toxicology: Irritant; TSCA listed
leather treatment, paper processing, and in optical lenses Storage: Store in cool place @J < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. cl. color; sol. 0.18% in water; m.w. 198; visc. Bisomer IDMA [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
4 mPa s; flash pt. (PMCC) 98 C; 0.1% max. water Chem. Descrip.: lsodecyl methacrylate with MEHQ (75-125 ppm)
Toxicology: Irritant; TSCA listed CAS 29964-84-9; ElNECSlELlNCS 249-978-2
Bisomer HEA High Purity Grade 6104 [Lapone Perf. Chems.] Uses: Monomer for automotive and thermoplastic coatings, pressure-
Chem. Descrip.: Hydroxyethyl acrylate with MEHQ (200-400 ppm) sensitive adhesives, sealants, textile finishes, and poning aids
CAS 818-61-1; ElNECSlELlNCS 212-454-9 Properties; Pt-Co 100 max. cl. color; m.w. 226; 0.3% max. water
Uses: Monomer used in formulation of automotive coatings, UV curing Toxicology: TSCA listed
systems, wood varnishes, printing inks, photoresists, and adhesives Srorage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
Properties: Pt-Co 10 max. cl. color; misc. with water; m.w. 116; visc. 7 Bisomer LMA [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
mPa,s; acid no. 4 max.; flash pt. (PMCC) 99 C; 97% min. assay Chem. Descrip.: Lauryl methacrylate, technical grade with MEHQ inhibi-
Toxicology: TSCA listed tor (75-125 ppm)
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight CAS 142-90-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 205-570-6

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Bisomer TEGDMA

Uses: Monomer for thermoplastic coatings, pressure-sensitiveadhesives, coatings, and fibers; in dental industry for preparation of dental compos-
sealants, floor polishes, textile finishes, and potting aids ites containing ceramic filler; modifier for radiation-curable coatings for
Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. color; insol. in water; m.w. 254; visc. 6 mPa.s; imaging processes, textile treatments, paper processing, anaerobic ad-
flash pt. (PMCC) 110 C; 0.1% max. water hesives; resin modifier
Toxicology: TSCA listed Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. color; m.w. 330; flash pt. (PMCC) > 160 C;
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight 0.2% max. water
Bisomer LMA97 [Laporte Perf. Chems.] Toxicology: TSCA listed
Chem. Descrip.: Lauryl methacrylate with MEHQ (300-500 ppm) Srorage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
CAS 142-90-5; ElNECSlELlNCS 205-570-6 Bisomer PEM 6 [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
Uses: Monomer for thermoplastic coatings, pressure-sensitiveadhesives, Chem. Descrip.: PEG-6 monomethacrylate with MEHQ (500-800 ppm)
sealants, floor polishes, textile finishes, and potting aids CAS 25736-86-1
Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. color; insol. in water; m.w. 254; visc. 6 mPa.s; Uses: Adduct monomer for internal plasticization of hard polymers, im-
flash pt. (PMCC) 110 C; 0.15% max. water pregnating softwoods, and adhesive applics
Toxicology: TSCA listed features: VOC compliant
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. color; sol. in water; m.w. 350; visc. 40 mPa.s;
Bisomer MPEG 350MA [Laporte Perf. Chems.] acid no. 0.2 max.; hyd. no. 145-165; flash pt. > 100 C; 0.5% max. water
Chem. Descrip.: Methoxy PEG 350 methacrylate (CAS 26915-72-0) with Toxicology: Irritant; TSCA listed
MEHQ (0.45-0.55%) Srorage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
CAS 26915-72-0 Bisomer PPA 6 [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
Uses: Monomer for preparation of waterborne and water thinnable poly- Chem. Descrip.: PPG (6) monoacrylate with MEHQ (200-400 ppm)
mers, corrosionlscale inhibitors, textile treatments, adhesive applics.; CAS 50858-51-0
steric stabilizer and controlled release device for pharmaceuticals Uses: Adduct monomer for production of radiation-curable oligomers,
Properties: Pale yel. color; sol. 49% in water; m.w. 430; visc. 18 mPa s; adhesive applics., and in formation of esters, urethanes, methylol and
sapon. no. 127-140; flash pt. (PMCC) 205 C; 0.5% max. water other derivs., pre- or post-polymerization
Toxicology: TSCA listed Features: VOC complaint
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. color; sol. < 2% in water; m.w. 420; visc. 90
Bisomer MPEG 550MA [Laporte Perf. Chems.] mPa.s; acid no. 0.3 max.; sapon. no. 126-138; flash pt. (PMCC) > 100
Chem. Descrip.: Methoxy PEG 550 methacrylate (CAS 26915-72-0) with C; 0.25% max. water; 0.25% max. volatiles
MEHQ (0.15-0.2%) Toxicology: Low skin irritant; TSCA listed
CAS 26915-72-0 Srorage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
Uses: Monomer for preparation of waterborne and water thinnable poly- Bisomer PPM 5s [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
mers, corrosionlscale inhibitors, textile treatments, adhesive applics.; Chem. Descrip.: PPG (5) monomethacrylate with MEHQ (300-500 ppm)
steric stabilizer and controlled release device for pharmaceuticals CAS 39420-45-6
Properties: Pale yel. color; m.w. 628; sapon. no. 85-95 Uses: Adduct monomer for preparation of thermosetting acrylic resins
Toxicology: TSCA listed with improved flexibility for paint systems; also used in photopolymer
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight production and adhesive applics.
Bisomer Plow [Laporte Perf. Chems.] Features: VOC compliant
Chem. Descrip.: PEG 1000 dimethacrylate (60% aq.) with MEHQ (250 Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. color; m.w. 376; sol. 2% in water; visc. 40
ppm max.) mPa.s; acid no. 0.3 max.; hyd. no. 145-160; flash pt. (PMCC) 74 C;
Uses: Crosslinking monomer for coatings, adhesives, and water treat- 0.1% max. water
ment applics. Toxicology: TSCA listed
Properties: Pale yel. to amber liq.; sol. in water; m.w. 1136; sapon. no. 54 Srorage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
min.; 58-62% solids Bisomer PPM 6E [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
Toxicology: TSCA listed Chem. Descrip.: PPG (6) monomethacrylate with MEHQ (300-500 ppm)
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight CAS 39420-45-6
Bisomer PEA 6 [Laporte Perf. Chems.] Uses: Monomer for high quality binders for emulsion paints, adhesives,
Chem. Descrip.: PEG-6 monoacrylate with MEHQ (155-175 ppm) and in the internal plasticization of hard polymers
CAS 9051-31-4 features: VOC compliant
Uses: Adduct monomer for production of radiation-curable oligomers, Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. color; sol. 2% in water; m.w. 434; visc. 40
adhesive applics., and may also be grafted onto suitable act.-hydrogen mPa s; acid no. 0.3 max.; hyd. no. 123-138; flash pt. (PMCC) 83 C;
polymers 0.5% max. water
Features: VOC compliant Toxicology: TSCA listed
Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. color; sol. in water; m.w. 336; visc. 47 mPa.s; Bisomer SEM [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
acid no. 0.3 max.; sapon. no. 155-176; flash pt. (PMCC) > 100 C; 0.5% Chem. Descrip.: Ammonium sulfatoethyl methacrylate with MEHQ (500-
max. water 750 PPm)
Toxicology: Low skin irritant; low toxicity CAS 53621-34-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 258-668-6
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight Uses: Monomer for preparation of emulsion polymers, thickeners, pres-
Bisomer PEA 9 [Laporte Perf. Chems.] sure sensitive polymers possessing adhesion promotion props., and
Chem. Descrip.: PEG-9 monoacrylate with MEHQ (155-175 ppm) water treatment polymers
CAS 9051-31-4 Properties: Amber cl. liq.; sol. in water; m.w. 227; visc. 2 mPa s; flash pt.
Uses: Adduct monomer for production of radiation curable oligomers, (PMCC) 135 C; pH 6.0-7.5; 2528% act.
adhesive applics., and may also be grafted onto suitable act.-hydrogen Toxicology: TSCA listed
polymers Srorage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight
Fearures: VOC compliant Bisomer TEGDMA [Laporte Perf. Chems.]
Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. color; sol. in water; m.w. 336; acid no. 0.3 Chem. Descrip.: Triethyleneglycol dimethacrylate with MEHQ (250-400
max.; sapon. no. 110-130; 0.5% max. water PPm)
Toxicology: Low skin irritant; low toxicity CAS 109-16-0; ElNECSlELlNCS 203-652-6
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight Uses: Adduct monomer for preparation of anaerobic adhesives and seal-
Bisomer PEG ZOODMA [Laporte Perf. Chems.] ants, castings, plastisols, coatings, fibers, cast acrylic sheets, elec. pho-
Chem. Descrip.: PEG 200 dimethacrylate with MEHQ (300-500 ppm) toresists, rubber prods., dental resins, overprint varnishes, and
CAS 25852-47-5 flexographic printing plates; crosslinks and copolymerizes with other vi-
Uses: Crosslinking agent for anaerobic adhesives, castings, plastisols, nyl monomers imparting soh. resist., heat resist., and hardness

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Bisomer TMPTMA

Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. cl. liq.; m.w. 286; visc. 10 mPa.s; flash pt. mers intended for low VOC applics.; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, pa-
(PMCC) 150 C; 0.2% max. water per, closures with sealing gaskets for food containers
Toxicology: TSCA listed Features: Thermosetting; compat. with various waterborne acrylic, ep-
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight oxy, and phenoxy resins
Bisomer TMPTMA [Laporte Perf. Chems.] Regulatory: FDA21CFR§175.105,175.300,176.170,176.180,177.1210
Chem. Descrip.: Trimethylolpropanetrimethacrylate with MEHQ (300-500 Properties: Disp.; sol. in alcohols, glycol ethers; infinitely dilutable in wa-
PPm) ter; partly sol. in ketones; insol. in aromatics, aliphatics; sp.gr. 1.074;
CAS 3290-92-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 221-950-4 visc. 4000-9000 cP; 44-48% solids
Uses: Monomerfor anaerobic adhesives, coatings, high strength cements, BIanoseB Cellulose Gum [HerculeslAqualon]
and rubberlPVClmixed polyester-PVCresins modifier, in biomedicalfield Chem. Descrip.: Cellulose gum
for prosthetic materials with nat. hydroxyapatite and mfg. of dental base CAS 9004-32-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 265-995-8
resins Uses: Thickener, water binder, flow aid, thixotrope, suspending agent,
Properties: Pt-Co 100 max. cl. liq.; sol. 0.02% in water; m.w. 338; visc. 40 gellant, foam stabilizer, adhesion promoter, lubricant in toothpaste, den-
mPa.s; high b.p.; flash pt. (PMCC) 130 C; 0.2% max. water ture adhesives, hair dyes, liq. makeuplmascaraleyeliner; thickener in
Toxicology: TSCA listed hydrocolloid wound gels; absorbent for body fluids in dressings
Storage: Store in cool place @ < 20 C protected from direct sunlight Properties: Anionic
BK-1675 N [H.A. Astlett] BIanoseB 7EL [Aqualon France]
Chem. Descrip.: Isoprene copolymers Chem. Descrip.: Sodium carboxymethylcellulose
Uses: Inner tube and rubber seal production, diaphragms of shaper-vul- CAS 9004-32-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 265-9958
canizers, latex of butyl rubber, curing bags and bladders, vibration damp- Uses: Thickener, rheology control agent, binder, stabilizer, protective col-
ers, conveyors belts, automotive and industrial molded parts, tank and loid, film-former, water retention aid for paper (wet end additive, refining
reservoir linings, electrical insulations; caulks, sealants and sealant tapes, aid), solventlgrease proofing), coating colors, carbonless copy paper,
pipe wrappings, gaskets, appliance parts textiles (warp sizing, finishing), adhesives, carpetbacking, welding rods,
Feafures: Very low air permeability; very good gas barrier properties; exc. offset printing (plate desensitizers, fountain sol'ns.), aq. paints, seed
electric performance; exc. thermal aging resistance coating, emulsion polymerization, detergents, dry baneries, drilling, civil
Properties: Wh. to amber rubbery solid; flash pr. > 180 C; autoignition engineering
temp. 560 C; Mooney visc. 52k5; ash content < 0.4% Properties: Wh. to It. cream free-flowing powd. or gran.; odorless; sol. in
Toxicology: May scratch eye surfaces and cause irritation; PEL 5 mglm3 water; bulk dens. 0.55-1.00 glcm3; visc. 35-60 mPa.s (6%); pH 5.0-8.5
respirable dust, 15 mglm3 total dust; TWA 10mglm3 particulate inh., 3 (2%); 99.5% min. act.; 7.0-8.9% Na
mglm3respirable particulate Toxicology: LD50 (oral) > 2000 mglkg; TLV 3 mglm3respirable dust; inert
Precaution: Wear safety glasses, thermal resistant gloves nuisance dust; not metabolized in body; no adverse effects from ing.;
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: Flammable gases may be released during not regarded as eye irritant; not believed to cause skin irritation or sen-
thermal decomposition; acrid smoke; CO sitization
BKS-2600 [Georgia-Pacific Resins] Environmental: Slowly biodeg.; TL50 (rainbow trout, 96 h) > 100 ppm; low
Chem. Descrip.: Phenolic resin s o h in ethanol order of toxicity in fish
Uses: Phenolic for drum and pail coatings for rigid metallic substrates, Precaution: Explosion hazard as powd. in air, in presence of elec. sparks
general metal protection, baked coatings, pipe coatings, drumlpailltank and static discharges; spillages may be slippery
car linings; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paper, closures with sealing Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: (combustion): CO, CO,, steam, smoke
gaskets for food containers Sforage: Hygroscopic; store in dry, clean, well-ventilated area in original
Feafures: Thermosetting; high performance; inc. chem. and soh. resist. pkg., away from heat, sparks, flames; ground all equip.
Regulafofy: FDA21CFR§175.105,175.300,176.170,176.180,177.1210 BIanoseB 7H [Aqualon France]
Properties: Gardner 7 max. sol'n.; sol. in alcohols, ketones, glycol ethers; Chem. Descrip.: Sodium carboxymethylcellulose
partly sol. in aromatics, water; insol. in aliphatics; sp.gr. 1.06; visc. 700- CAS 9004-32-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 265-995-8
1000 cP; 52-56% solids Uses: Thickener, rheology control agent, binder, stabilizer, protective col-
BKS-2900 [Georgia-Pacific Resins] loid, film-former, water retention aid for paper (wet end additive, refining
Chem. Descrip.: Phenolic resin s o h in ethanol aid), solventlgrease proofing), coating colors, carbonless copy paper,
Uses: Phenolic for drum and pail low-VOC coatings for rigid metallic sub- textiles (warp sizing, finishing), adhesives, carpetbacking, welding rods,
strates, general metal protection, pipe coatings, drumlpailltank car lin- offset printing (plate desensitizers, fountain sol'ns.), aq. paints, seed
ings; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paper, closures with sealing gas- coating, emulsion polymerization, detergents, dry baneries, drilling, civil
kets for food containers engineering
Feafures: Thermosetting; exc. chem. resist. in glossy coatings Properties: Wh. to It. cream free-flowing powd. or gran.; odorless; sol. in
Regulafofy: FDA 21CFR ~175.105,175.300,176.170,176.180,177.1210 water; bulk dens. 0.55-1 .OO glcm3;visc. 1500-2500 mPa.s (1%); pH 6.5-
Properties: Sol'n.; sol. in alcohols, ketones, glycol ethers; partly sol. in 8.5 (1%); 99.5% min. act.; 7.0-8.9% Na
aromatics, water; insol. in aliphatics; sp.gr. 1.14; visc. 900-1600 cP; 68- Toxicology: LD50 (oral) > 2000 mglkg; TLV 3 mglm3respirable dust; inert
72% solids nuisance dust; not metabolized in body; no adverse effects from ing.;
BKS-2901 [Georgia-Pacific Resins] not regarded as eye irritant; not believed to cause skin irritation or sen-
Chem. Descrip.: Phenolic resin sol'n. in ethanol sitization
Uses: Phenolic for low-VOC coatings for rigid metallic substrates, interior Environmenfal: Slowly biodeg.; TL50 (rainbowtrout, 96 h) > 100 ppm; low
drum and pail linings, coatings for chem. processing equip., rail and order of toxicity in fish
tank car linings, general metal protection coatings, coil coatings, pipe Precaufion: Explosion hazard as powd. in air, in presence of elec. sparks
coatings; food pkg. adhesives, coatings, paper, closures with sealing and static discharges; spillages may be slippery
gaskets for food containers Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: (combustion): CO, CO,, steam, smoke
Feafures: Exc. chem. resist. in glossy coatings; improved storage stabil- Sforage: Hygroscopic; store in dry, clean, well-ventilated area in original
ity; modified thermosening version of GPRI" BKS-2900 but with lower pkg., away from heat, sparks, flames; ground all equip.
PH BIanoseB 7H4 [Aqualon France]
Regulafofy: FDA21CFR§175.105,175.300,176.170,176.180,177.1210 Chem. Descrip.: Sodium carboxymethylcellulose
Properties: Sol'n.; sol. in alcohols, ketones, glycol ethers; partly sol. in CAS 9004-32-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 265-9958
aromatics, water; insol. in aliphatics; sp.gr. 1.14; visc. 900-3500 cps Uses: Thickener, rheology control agent, binder, stabilizer, protective col-
BKUA-2370 [Georgia-Pacific Resins] loid, film-former, water retention aid for paper (wet end additive, refining
Chem. Descrip.: Phenolic resin aq. disp. with butyl Cellosolve@ aid), solventlgrease proofing), coating colors, carbonless copy paper,
Uses: Phenolic, adhesion promoter, chem. resist. aid for drum and pail textiles (warp sizing, finishing), adhesives, carpetbacking, welding rods,
coatings, latex and phenoxy polymers; crosslinking agent for aq. poly- offset printing (plate desensitizers, fountain sol'ns.), aq. paints, seed

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BIanoseB 7M1

coating, emulsion polymerization, detergents, dry batteries, drilling, civil coating, emulsion polymerization, detergents, dry baneries, drilling, civil
engineering engineering
Properties: Wh. to It. cream free-flowing powd. or gran.; odorless; sol. in Properties: Wh. to It. cream free-flowing powd. or gran.; odorless; sol. in
water; bulk dens. 0.55-1.OO glcm3;visc. 2500-4500 mPa.s (1%); pH 6.5- water; bulk dens. 0.55-1.00 glcm3;visc. 90-130 mPa.s (6%); pH 5.0-8.5
8.5 (1%);99.5% min. act.; 7.0-8.9% Na (2%); 99.5% min. act.; 7.0-8.9% Na
Toxicology: LD50 (oral) > 2000 mglkg; TLV 3 mglm3respirable dust; inen Toxicology: LD50 (oral) > 2000 mglkg; TLV 3 mglm3respirable dust; inen
nuisance dust; not metabolized in body; no adverse effects from ing.; nuisance dust; not metabolized in body; no adverse effects from ing.;
not regarded as eye irritant; not believed to cause skin irritation or sen- not regarded as eye irritant; not believed to cause skin irritation or
sitization sensitization
Environmental: Slowly biodeg.; TL50 (rainbowtrout, 96 h) > 100 ppm; low Environmental: Slowly biodeg.; TL50 (rainbow trout, 96 h) > 100 ppm; low
order of toxicity in fish order of toxicity in fish
Precaution: Explosion hazard as powd. in air, in presence of elec. sparks Precaution: Explosion hazard as powd. in air, in presence of elec. sparks
and static discharges; spillages may be slippery and static discharges; spillages may be slippery
Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: (combustion): CO, CO,, steam, smoke Hazardous Decomp. Prods.: (combustion): CO, CO,, steam, smoke
Storage; Hygroscopic; store in dry, clean, well-ventilated area in original Storage: Hygroscopic; store in dry, clean, well-ventilated area in original
pkg., away from heat, sparks, flames; ground all equip. pkg., away from heat, sparks, flames; ground all equip.
BlanoseB 7H9 [Aqualon France] BlanoseB 7L2 [Aqualon France]
Chem. Descrip.: Sodium carboxymethylcellulose Chem. Descrip.: Sodium carboxymethylcellulose
CAS 9004-32-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 265-995-8 CAS 9004-32-4; ElNECSlELlNCS 265-995-8
Uses: Thickener, rheology control agent, binder, stabilizer, protective col- Uses: Thickener, rheology control agent, binder, stabilizer, protective col-
loid, film-former, water retention aid for paper (wet end additive, refining loid, film-former, water retention aid for paper (wet end additive, refining
aid), solventlgrease proofing), coating colors, carbonless copy paper, aid), solventlgrease proofing), coating colors, carbonless copy paper,
textiles (warp sizing, finishing), adhesives, carpetbacking, welding rods, textiles (warp sizing, finishing), adhesives, carpetbacking, welding rods,
offset printing (plate desensitizers, fountain sol'ns.), aq. paints, seed offset printing (plate desensitizers, fountain sol'ns.), aq. paints, seed
coating, emulsion polymerization, detergents, dry batteries, drilling, civil coating, emulsion polymerization, detergents, dry baneries, drilling, civil
engineering engineering
Properties: Wh. to It. cream free-flowing powd. or gran.; odorless; sol. in Properties: Wh. to It. cream free-flowing powd. or gran.; odorless; sol. in
water; bulk dens. 0.55-1.OO glcm3;visc. 4000-9000 mPa.s (1%); pH 6.5- water; bulk dens. 0.55-1.00 glcm3; visc. 150-250 mPa.s