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Anox 29

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by SI Group
Highly effective, sterically hindered bisphenol antioxidant. Used in adhesives. Offers protection against thermo-oxidative degradation during processing, storage and end-use. Reacts synergistically with thiosynergists to enhance thermal aging properties of polypropylene. Provides efficiency in crystal and high impact polystyrene, ABS terpolymer, PVC, polyamides, polyurethanes, elastomers, rubbers such as EPDM, SBS and rubber blends with polyolefins, and natural and synthetic tackifier resins.
Product Type
Antioxidants > Phenolics
Chemical Composition
CAS Number
SpecialChem additionnal informations based on CAS Number : 35958-30-6

Hansen Solubility Parameters

[16.9, 0.1, 3.5]
[δD - Dispersion force interactions, δP - Polar force interactions, δH - Hydrogen bond force interactions]

Please note, these HSP values are estimations. It is based upon the “like seeks like” principle. It splits an ingredients interactions into three parameters; δD (Dispersion force interactions), δP (Polar forces interactions) and δH (Hydrogen bond force interactions). Hansen Solubility Parameters can help you find a wide range of products that are predicted to be compatible with Anox 29. A practical determination of these HSP values would provide higher certainty. Learn More.

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