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Rubber accelerator DPG

Pubdate:2012/03/09 INDUSTRIES PRODUCTS AND SERVICES RUBBER Rubber Chemical views:457

Chemical Name Dephenyl Guanidine (D)

 Molecular Formula  C13H13N3

Molecular Weight   211

CAS No. 102-06-7

Specifications HG/T 2342-2010

 ItemSpecifications
 1st grade
AppearanceWhite or grey white powder or granular
Initial Melting Point    (℃)Min.145.0
Assay                 (%)Min.97.0
Heat Loss             (%)Max.0.3
Ash                   (%)Max.0.3
 Residue on 150μm Sieve    (%)Max.0.1
Residue on 63μm Sieve     (%)Max0.5

 Properties Relative density is 1.12~1.20g/cm3, soluble in alcohol, acetone and benzene, slightly soluble in carbon tetrachloride. It is stable in open air.

Applications It acts as middle-speed accelerator, suitable for natural and synthetic rubber, and also can be used as activator for kinds of thiazole, thiuram and sulfenamide. It acts as plasticizer and plastic-divider on chloroprene rubber, especially suitable for rubber products such as tire, rubber shoes, and so on. DPG is regulated for use in articles in contact with food as specified under FDA 21 CFR177.2600 and under BgVV XXI, Categories 3-4.

Storage Store closed containers in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight.

Packing 20kg net paper bags lined with polyethylene film bags.