Primary or secondary (ultra) accelerator and vulcanizing agent (sulfur donor) for Natural and Synthetic rubbers (especially IIR, CR). Cure modifier for Neoprene (retards G types; accelerates vulcanization of W types.) Non-discoloring in light stocks.
For NR and synthetic rubbers, (especially IIR, CR). Accelerator and vulcanizing agent. Cure modifier for Neoprene (retards G types; accelerates vulcanization of W types.) Non-discoloring in light stocks.
SULFADS PWDR is a sulfur bearing ultra-accelerator and sulfur donor for NR and synthetic polymers. It has 25% available sulfur for vulcanization as compared to 13.3% and 10.5% respectively for METHYL TUADS® Accelerator and ETHYL TUADS Accelerator. This product can be used to compound heat resistant NR and SBR, as an accelerator for CSM vulcanization, and in curing systems for IIR and EPDM. In latex, SULFADS PWDR is an excellent sulfur-donor.
For NR, SR, especially type W Neoprene. Slightly less active than METHYL TUADS® Accelerator at processing and curing temperatures. May be used alone, or with thiazoles. Non-discoloring in light stocks.
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