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Adhesives Ingredients
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Adhesives Ingredients
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Exolit® AP 750 by Clariant is non-halogenated flame retardant ammonium polyphosphate as main component, which develops its effectiveness through phosphorus/nitrogen synergism. Exolit® AP 750 is... view more
Licocene PE 4201 Granules by Clariant is a non-polar, low viscous metallocene polyethylene wax. It is highly efficient open/set time and viscosity modifier for hot melt adhesives... view more
Licocene PE 4201 Powder by Clariant is a viscous, non-polar, metallocene polyethylene wax. Provides lower energy consumption and higher efficiency in PVC processing compared to paraffins and... view more
Licocene PP 2602 Granules by Clariant is an amorphous metallocene propylene-ethylene-copolymer wax. Offers low viscosity and excellent wetting behaviour. Shows superior adhesion properties combined... view more
Licocene® PP 6102 Fine Grain by Clariant is a low viscous, crystalline metallocene polypropylene wax. It is a highly compatible modifier for open time, set time and viscosity, especially for... view more
Licocene PP 6102 granules by Clariant is a low viscous metallocene catalyzed polypropylene wax. It is highly efficient in dispersion and to low viscosity and lower melting point compared to PP... view more
Licocene PP MA 6252 granules by Clariant is a maleic anhydride grafted polypropylene wax. Offers improved adhesion and cohesion combined with a high heat resistance. Used in hot melt formulations... view more
Licocene® PP MA 6452 fine grain is a functionalized metallocene polypropylene wax. Offers improved adhesion and cohesion combined with a high heat resistance. Used in hot melt formulations... view more
Licocene® PP MA 6452 granules is a functionalized metallocene polypropylene wax. Improves adhesion, cohesion and heat resistance when used in hot melts formulations. Licocene® PP MA 6452 granules... view more
Licocene® PP MA 7452 granules TP by Clariant is a functionalized metallocene polypropylene wax. Improves adhesion, cohesion and heat resistance when used in hot melt formulations. Licocene® PP MA... view more
Licowax® C Powder by Clariant is an amide wax of type N,N-bis-stearyl ethylenediamine with particularly good thermostability. Licowax C has no influence on the transparency of the polymers. Used as... view more
Licowax PE® 130 Granules by Clariant is a non-polar high density polyethylene wax. Used for modification of hot melt adhesives. It adjusts viscosity, open and set time in hot melt adhesives... view more
Licowax® PE 130 powder by Clariant is a non-polar high density polyethylene wax. Provides excellent anti-sticking properties to PVC melts. Used for modification of hot melt adhesives... view more
Licowax® PE 520 fine grain by Clariant is a medium-molecular weight, non-polar polyethylene wax. Acts as an additive. Exhibits excellent anti-sticking properties when used in PVC melts. It is used... view more
Oxidized polyethylene wax. Used as a modifier for hot melt adhesives. Has high viscosity. Provides antisticking of the melt and acceleration of gelation without clouding... view more
Oxidized polyethylene wax. Used as a modifier for hot melt adhesives. Possesses high viscosity and accelerates gelation. Provides very good antisticking without impairing transparency... view more
Oxidized polyethylene wax. Used for modification of hot melt adhesives. Possesses high viscosity and accelerates gelation as well as acts externally... view more
Licowax® PED 521 granules by Clariant is an oxidized polyethylene wax. Used as lubricant for wood plastic composite and especially for rigid and flexible PVC. Licowax® PED 521 granules accelerates... view more
Licowax® PED 522 granules by Clariant is an oxidized, high density polyethylene wax. Used for modification of hot melt adhesives... view more
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