Zinc stearate emulsion CAS 557-05-1, 40%


Dec 15, 2022

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This is also known as zinc stearate fluid. This can be used to release, color retain agent, lubricant or release agent. Solid Content: 40 percent We can provide industrial quality and pharma grade zinc stearate oil emulsion. What’s Zinc Stearate Emulsion? Water-based zincstearate can be used to replace papers filters, super-coatings on sandpapers, sensitizers and release agents for rubber as well as functional additives for waterbased coatings. Zink stearate can be insoluble in water. This means that it plays an important role in the dispersion effects of active ingredients. The water-based version of zinc stearate is mainly made up of special additives such as zinc stearate polishing paint, thermal paper sensors functional additives, release agents and rubber- and water-based paints. Water-insoluble means it interacts with all particles and will therefore disperse. Thus, the effect on the active ingredient’s dispersion is directly affected by the greater size of the young breakthrough agent. Zinc acid particles, which are common water-based acids resins with small diameters, can be difficult to disperse. The technology used to micronize zinc stearate is not very efficient. Additionally, zinc stearate has high emulsification issues. Zinc Stearate Emulsion is difficult to micronize. Zinc-stearate properties: CAS No. :557-0501 EC No. : 209-151-9 Linear Formula: [CH3(CH2)16COO]2Zn C 36H 70O 4 HTML3_Zn Molecular Weight:632.33 Melting Point:130 °C Particle Size: 10um Viscosity: 500 mpa.s Product Performance of Zinc Stearate Emulsion: Zinc-stearate dispersion has a creamy white color and is very easy to mix in water. It also feels slippery. Zinc stearate is a zinc-based emulsion that has excellent lubrication. Technical Parameters of Zinc Stearate Emulsion: Product Title      MF       Purity        PH     Density Zinc Stearate Emulsion C36H70O4Zn 40% 7-8 ≤ 10um 0.9-1.2 g/cm3 White How does Zinc Stearate Emulsion get made? This is how you prepare an aqueous Zinc Stearate Emulsion. You can prepare it as follows. First, select the best weight deionized waters and heat them up to 6080. Next, add the crosslinking, wetting, dispersing, and emulsifying agents. Finally, stir the mixture under stirring. Stir the contents to disperse, emulsify and cool the solution. Zinc Stearate uses: Zinc Stearate Emulsion can be used in a variety of ways. You can use it as a PVC resin heat stabiliser. It’s used to create transparent industrial products. This can be used to make non-toxic products. Zinc Stearate has been used extensively in plastic, rubber, polyolefin, and polystyrene industry as a heat stabilizer, release agent, and lubricant. Zinc Stearate also serves as a sanding ingredient in wood coatings (lacquers). Zink stearate has a dual function as a cosmetic lubricant, thickening agent and texture enhancer. The Zinc Stearate Emulsion is versatile and can be used for many purposes, such as in rubber, plastics (coatings), paints, adhesives, heat paper, cosmetics, etc. 1. Applications in rubber industries: Release agent, release agent and active agent. 2. Plastics Industry: Application of internal release agents 3. Applications in the coating industry include color retention agent, filler and others. 4. Grinder aid in paint application 5. Use in cosmetics: Lubricant These are also used by the coating industry and the sandpaper sector. Packing & Shipping Zinc Starate Emulsion Many types of packing exist, depending on how much zinc stearate powder we have. Packing of Zinc Stearate Emulsion Packaging: 1kg/bottle 25kg/barrel or 200kg/barrel Shipping Zinc stearate oil emulsion: can be shipped by sea, air or express once the payment has been received.

Zir Stearate Emulsion Properties

N/A 557-05-1 C36H70O4Zn Molecular Weigh N/A Appearance White Emulsion Melting Point 125±5 Heating Point N/A Density 0.9-1.2 g/cm3 Solubility of H2O N/A Exact N/A

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