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Rubber Accelerator TMTM

Pubdate:2012/03/02 INDUSTRIES PRODUCTS AND SERVICES RUBBER Rubber Chemical views:722

Konson® Rubber Accelerator TMTM

Chemical Name   Tetramethyl Thiuram Monosulfide

Molecular Formula  C6H12N2S3

Molecular Weight  208.4

CAS#  97-74-5

Specifications  Q/KS13-2003

ItemSpecifications
AppearanceYellow or light yellow powder
Assay                          (%)Min.98.0
Initial Melting Point              (℃)Min.100
Heat Loss                      (%)Max.  0.50
Ash                           (%)Max.0.50
Residue on 150μm Sieve,      (%) Max.0.10
Residue on 63μm Sieve,       (%) Max.0.50

 Properties  Soluble in benzene, acetone, ethyl chloride, carbon disulfide, toluene and chloroform, a little soluble in alcohol and ethyl ether, insoluble in gasolind and water.

Applications  A non-color degradation and non-staining supper accelerator for rubber, it is used in making cables, tyres, rubber hoses and belts, brilliant and transparents, rubber shoes and products of heat resistance, etc.. TMTM is regulated for use in articles in contact with food as specified under FDA 21 CFR177.2600, 175.105 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. Net weight 25 kg per bag.