naphthenate


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naphthenate

A drier used in paints; made with naphthenic acid and lead, cobalt, calcium, or manganese salt.
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The promoter used was cobalt naphthenate, CoN (10% in White spirits, Chekad Co.
The freshly cut ends of the field exposure samples were coated with the field-cut preservative Boracol 20 BD, containing DDAC (Sansin) for the six DOT and buffered amine oxide treatments and copper naphthenate containing 2 percent Cu (Recochem) for the ACQ-D--treated set.
To this initial mixture of PG and TDI, lead naphthenate (0.
Norfolk Southern will be using copper naphthenate -- an eco-friendly chemical from Nisus that preserves wood -- on its railroad ties, according to Nisus, a pest-control chemical company based in Rockford, Tenn.
Two percent of zinc naphthenate was found to enhance the adhesive properties.
Promoters for polyesters include cobalt octoate, cobalt naphthenate, and other cobalt compounds.
That's true in the Willamette zone, where "other" accounts for 50 percent of the chemical use by weight, almost twice as much as the second-largest chemical, the wood preservative copper naphthenate.
Allergic contact dermatitis due to methyl ethyl ketone peroxide, cobalt naphthenate and acrylates in the manufacture of fibreglass-reinforced plastics.
Because of environmental constraints in Alaska, the normal creosote or pentachlorophenol treatments are not allowed over streams in the state, so the piles are treated with copper naphthenate in heavy oil by Perma Post Products of Hillsboro, Ore.
Avoid using runoff water from freshly treated wood roofs to water plants; it might contain copper naphthenate, which could damage young plants and seedlings.