antiozonant


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antiozonant

[‚an·tē′ō·zə·nənt]
(chemical engineering)
A protective agent which can be added to rubber during processing to diminish the deteriorating effects of ozone.
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Vulkanox antioxidant and antiozonant products protect against oxygen, heat, and unoriented crack formulation (crazing), and are also effective, to some extent, against fatigue.
5 MB2, Antiozonant AC052) Accelerator (Diben/othiazyl disulfide--MBTS, 1.
DURAZONE[R] 37 is a nonstaining antiozonant that offers superior static ozone protection, excellent dynamic protection and excellent antioxidant protection.
The use of precipitated silica to extend the effectiveness of antiozonant has been evaluated (ref.
Crompton is reducing production of Flexzone(R), an antiozonant used in tire production to prevent rubber from cracking, by 20,000 metric tons, by closing certain Asia Pacific facilities by the end of 2004 and reducing capacity in other regions.
2 Tudalin SX oil 10 10 10 Okerin 7240 wax 2 2 2 6PPD, antiozonant 2 2 2 Wingstay 100, antiozonant 0.
It was shown that at lower curing temperatures, some adhesive systems were more sensitive to the presence of 6PPD antiozonant than other adhesive systems.
Kuczkowski is noted for his elucidation and explanation of the mechanisms of antioxidant and antiozonant function and how these stabilizing materials interact with rubber polymers.
With increasing dynamic load, this protection is no longer sufficient and must be supplemented by the addition of antiozonants such as 6PPD.
Several other antioxidants, antiozonants, and vulcanization additives were added to the compounds.