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Rubber accelerator TBzTD

Pubdate:2012/02/02 INDUSTRIES PRODUCTS AND SERVICES RUBBER Rubber Chemical views:715

Konson® Rubber Accelerator TBzTD

Chemical Name Tetrabenzylthiuram disulfide

Molecular Formula    C30H28S4N2

Molecular Weight     554

CAS No.:                    10591-85-2

Specifications   Q/KS046-2003

Appearance light yellow powder
Initial Melting Point                   (℃) Min. 124
Heat Loss                                    (%)Max. 0.5
Ash                                               (%)Max. 0.5
Residue on 150μm Sieve           (%)Max. 0.1
 Residue on 63μm Sieve            (%)Max. 0.5

 Properties and Applications TBzTD is a safe secondary amine accelerator; it has been developed to replace thiurams such as TMTD,TMTM,TETD in case where the presence of harmful nitrosoamines is of concern. The dibenzylnitrosoamine is not carcinogenic, according to published literature.

TBzTD is a fast curing primary or secondary accelerator in NR, SBR and NBR applications. In modified CR, TBzTD is a retarder when used with ETU. Compared with TMTD, TBzTD is safer processing and has longer scorch time.

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.