Press Release Summary:
Type SR533R is scorch-retarding version of triallyl isocyanurate (TAIC) that allows formulators to mitigate rapid onset of scorch and cure safety while maintaining cured physical properties. It is effective in peroxide cure of elastomers for applications such as oil and gas exploration, aerospace seals, and automotive and off-road gaskets that encounter sustained high temperatures and pressures.
Original Press Release:
Sartomer Introduces SR533R for Improved Scorch Resistance in Peroxide-Cured Elastomers
EXTON, Pa., September 18, 2008 - Global specialty chemicals manufacturer Sartomer Company introduces SR533R - a scorch-retarding version of triallyl isocyanurate (TAIC). This new coagent allows formulators to mitigate the rapid onset of scorch, and increase in-process and cure scorch safety while maintaining cured physical properties.
SR533R scorch-retarding coagent is effective in the peroxide cure of elastomers for demanding applications such as oil and gas exploration, aerospace seals, and automotive and off-road gaskets that encounter sustained high temperatures and pressures.
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Sartomer Company, part of Total's Chemicals branch, is a U.S.-based manufacturer of specialty chemicals. Headquartered in Exton, Pa., Sartomer provides a variety of specialty chemicals designed to enhance processing and performance characteristics in coatings, inks, elastomers, adhesives, sealants, composites, and other demanding applications. The company's product offering includes more than 700 monomers and oligomers, polybutadiene resins, styrene maleic anhydride resins, and other specialty chemicals.