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Reducing Agent TP 1651

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Brüggemann
Reducing Agent TP 1651 by Brüggemann is a formaldehyde-free reducing agent with high process robustness. It shows excellent performance for the emulsion polymerization of styrene acrylate-based system. It can be used in redox systems in combination with all commonly used oxidizing agents. It can be applied in solution at a concentration of 3-5% and at reaction temperature between 50-80°C. It can be used as a replacement of ascorbic acid/derivatives. It provides improved properties for end product polymers and lattices. It offers good alkaline resistance, faster reactions, decreased VOC & residual monomer content, no discoloration & yellowing of latex and better filtration of emulsion polymer. Reducing Agent TP 1651 is suitable for adhesives. It complies with FDA 175.105 regulation. It can be stored for 12 months at 25°C.
Product Type
Catalysts / Accelerators / Initiators
Physical Form
Powder
Appearance
White
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Adhesives
  • Polymers > Styrene Copolymers (SBR …)
Food contact approval
Yes
Labels/Agency Rating
FDA 175.105

Reducing Agent TP 1651 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Meting Point
> 150 °C
Solubility in Water at 20°C
100 g/l
pH
2 - 8

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