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  • What is the difference between PP, PE, PC, PVC, ABS and PS?

    What is the difference between PP, PE, PC, PVC, ABS and PS?

    1. PP is polypropylene Polypropylene. Odorless, tasteless and non-toxic. It is one of the lightest resins in common use. Excellent mechanical properties. Good heat resistance, continuous use temperature can reach ll0-120 ℃. Good chemical stability. It is easy to age and has poor impact strength a...
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  • What is CPVC material?

    What is CPVC material?

    This is a new type of plastic product. It is a polymer material made by chlorination of polyvinyl chloride. After treatment, the chlorine content will be greatly increased, and the chemical stability will be higher. It can improve the heat resistance and acid resistance of the material better, an...
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  • Chlorinated rubber road marking paint

    Chlorinated rubber road marking paint

    Chlorinated rubber is the main film-forming material which is used to coat concrete and asphalt pavement to form a kind of coating with good braid recognition and durable marking. It is fast falling, wear-resistant, and has excellent adhesion performance. It is resistant to rain and snow, and the...
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  • Anticorrosive paint can be divided as following:

    Anticorrosive paint can be divided as following:

    Anticorrosive paint for rubber, anticorrosive paint for ship, anticorrosive paint for metal, anticorrosive paint for automobile, anticorrosive paint for pipeline, anticorrosive paint for furniture and anticorrosive paint for steel structure. According to the solvent, it can be divided into water-...
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  • The requirement of aircraft guideline paint?

    The requirement of aircraft guideline paint?

    In order to ensure the safe flight of civil aviation aircraft, towering buildings with chimneys more than 30 meters must be painted with aviation logo paint. The aviation logo paint is required to be non reflective, mainly red and white, and the light retention period is at least 5 years. For spe...
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  • PVC heat stabilizer

    PVC heat stabilizer

    PVC heat stabilizer is mainly used for PVC and other polymers with the chlorine. It is found that PVC plastic can only be processed and formed at a temperature above 160 ℃, and it begins to decompose thermally at 120~130 ℃, releasing HCl gas. If the production of HCl is not inhibited, the decompo...
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  • How to use calcium zinc stabilizer in CPVC processing?

    How to use calcium zinc stabilizer in CPVC processing?

    The resin is a new type of engineering plastic, which is prepared by chlorination modification of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin. The product is white or light yellow odorless, odorless and non-toxic loose particles or powder. After chlorination of PVC resin, the irregularity and polarity of mole...
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  • What is the role of Calcium and zinc stabilizers in PVC processing?

    What is the role of Calcium and zinc stabilizers in PVC processing?

    Calcium and zinc stabilizers has good processing performance in PVC resin products, and its thermal stability is equivalent to that of lead salt stabilizers. It is a good non-toxic stabilizer. Please see the introduce the role of calcium and zinc stabilizers. The specific role of calcium zinc sta...
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  • What is the role of Calcium and zinc stabilizers in PVC processing?

    What is the role of Calcium and zinc stabilizers in PVC processing?

    Calcium and zinc stabilizers has good processing performance in PVC resin products, and its thermal stability is equivalent to that of lead salt stabilizers. It is a good non-toxic stabilizer. Please see the introduce the role of calcium and zinc stabilizers. The specific role of calcium zinc sta...
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  • PVC Calcium and zinc stabilizers push thermal stabilization in PVC processing.

    PVC Calcium and zinc stabilizers push thermal stabilization in PVC processing.

    Pure polyvinyl chloride resin is extremely sensitive to heat, and slight thermal decomposition occurs when the heating temperature reaches above 90°C. When the temperature reaches 120 ° C, an obvious thermal decomposition reaction occurs, which gradually deepens the color of the polyvinyl chlorid...
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  • Let me know Acrylic

    Let me know Acrylic

    Acrylic, also known as PMMA or plexiglass, is derived from English acrylic (acrylic plastic), and its chemical name is polymethyl methacrylate. It is an important plastic polymer material developed earlier. It has good transparency, chemical stability and weather resistance, easy dyeing, easy pro...
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  • What is CPE(Chlorinated polyethylene) used for ?

    CPE is an excellent impact modifier for PVC plastics; CPE can be blended with polypropylene, high and low pressure polyethylene, ABS, etc. to improve the flame retardant properties, aging resistance and printing properties of these plastics. CPE is a random copolymer of ethylene, polyethylene and...
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