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Akzo Nobel's organic peroxides are a necessary and vital component in the manufacture of elastomeric products. Automotive parts (i.e., seals, gaskets, hoses, belts, spark plug boots and o-rings), golf ball cores, footwear soles, adhesive tapes, wire & cable and foamed products (rubber or thermoplastic) are examples of everyday products that use organic peroxides.

Compared to sulfur vulcanization, organic peroxide cured elastomers exhibit superior physical properties such as low compression set, improved heat resistance, and rapid vulcanization without reversion.

 

Product Name             
 Chemical Description CAS No.  Typical Crosslink Temperature (ºC) Safe Processing Temperature (ºC)
PERKADOX 14-40B-GR

Di(tert-butylperoxyisopropyl) benzene, granules, 40% with whiting and silica

 25155-25-3 175 135
PERKADOX 14-40B-GR-DD Di(tert-butylperoxyisopropyl) benzene, granules, 40% with whiting and silica  25155-25-3  175  135
PERKADOX 14-40MB-GR Di(tert-butylperoxyisopropyl) benzene, granules, 40% with whiting, silica and EPDM  25155-25-3  175 135
TRIGONOX 17-40MB-GR Butyl 4,4-di(tert- butylperoxy) valerate, granules, 40% on whiting, silica and EPDM  995-33-5 160 125
TRIGONOX 29-40MB-GR 1,1-Di(tert-butylperoxy)- 3,3,5-trimethylcyclohexane, granules, 40% on whiting, silica and EPDM  6731-36-8 160 125
TRIGONOX 101-45D-PD 2,5-Dimethyl- 2,5-di(tert-butylperoxy) -hexane, powder, 45% on whiting and silica  78-63-7 175 135