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Rubber accelerator MBT

Pubdate:2012/03/09 INDUSTRIES PRODUCTS AND SERVICES RUBBER Rubber Chemical views:906

Konson® Rubber Accelerator MBT

Chemical Name  2-Mercaptobenzothiazole

Molecular Formula  C7H5NS2

Molecular Weight  167.26

CAS No. 149-30-4

Specifications  GB/T 11407-2003

 Item Specifications
1st grade
AppearanceLight yellow or grey white powder
Initial Melting Point    (℃) Min.170.0
Heat Loss          (%)Max.0.50
Ash                    (%)Max.0.30
Residue on 150μm Sieve     (%)Max.0.1

 Properties Relative density: 1.42-1.52g/cm3,Insoluble in water and gasoline, slight soluble in benzene, easy to soluble in ethyl acetate and acetone, soluble in dichloromethane, ethyl ether and chloroform and in the solution of alkali carbonate.

Applications A universal rubber accelerator, mainly is used in tyres, rubber shoes and other rubber articles. It is not used in rubber bags for food because of its bitterness. MBT is regulated for use in articles in contact with food as specified under FDA 21 CFR177.2600, 175.105, 176.300 and under BgVV XXI, Categories 1-4 and “Sonderkategorie”.

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

Packing  25kg net paper bags lined with polyethylene film bags.