TPS™ 20 is di-tert-dodecyl polysulfide used as an antiwear and extreme pressure additive in applications where inactive sulfur is required. It is recommended for metalworking fluids that are used in the machining and forming of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. TPS™ 20 is odorless and thus, it is especially suited for use in rolling oils. It is also an effective sulfur source for formulating automotive and industrial lubricants and greases.
TPS™ 32 is di-tert-dodecyl polysulfide with a high active sulfur content. It is a light colored and low odor extreme pressure additive designed for metalworking fluids used in the machining and forming of ferrous metals. TPS™ 32 is recommended for semi-synthetic metalworking fluids and can be used to formulate industrial and automotive greases.
TPS™ 44 is di-tert-butyl polysulfide used in formulation of industrial and automotive gear oils and greases. It is cost effective source of thermally stable sulfur that provides good load-carrying and antiwear properties to applications where inactive sulfur is required.
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