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TMS 30000

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Wolan Technologies
TMS 30000 by Wolan Technologies is a tin-free silane terminated polymer. It consists of a soft long chain polypropylene glycol polyol (PPG), extended with an isocyanate molecule, and terminated with isocyanato propyl trimethoxy silane. The 3 methoxy groups crosslink with a little DBTDL catalyst. Offers low modulus at low temperatures, high color stability, bubble-free curing at normal temperature & humidity levels, no chalking and no color change. Exhibits excellent resistance to cleaning procedures, tear, dust, pollution, sunlight, chemical and UV, compared to the older PU technology sealants. Provides good adhesion to damp or dry porous & non-porous substrates, and no surface tack that gathers dust and dirt. TMS 30000 can use a precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) like Hakuenka CCR with the benefit of the thickening induced by the fine particle size (eg. DIDP plasticizer, PVC and urea thickener or Disparlon amide wax thickeners). It is suitable for the production of crystal clear sealants for building & construction industry, elastic adhesives and low SG slump resistant- & paintable joint sealants to replace the GHS labelled PU sealants.
Product Type
Silyl-modified Polymers (SMP)
Chemical Composition
Silane terminated polymer
Product Status
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