Cel-Span® S 100 is a compound additive for color stabilization and dispersion. A unique proprietary compounding technique makes it possible to pelletize the entire active stabilizer and dispersant in the formulation without adding additional heat history. Cel-Span® S 100 should be used at 0.25% to 1% consistently during the color concentration manufacturing processes for stabilization and dispersion. Cel-Span® S 100 also lessens degradation of pigments and enhances the brightness of color concentrates.View Details
Cel-Span® S 310 is a compounded antioxidant concentrate in HDPE & LLDPE blends to provide thermal stabilization to polymers at high temperatures and during routine maintenance shut-down procedures. Cel-Span® S 310 is an effective shut down stabilizer for all polyolefin resins. It is used to protect these materials from thermal degradation during exposure to processing temperatures maximizing the inherent physical properties of the natural resins. When used at a 5-10% level, Cel-Span® S 310 can be left in extruders, dies, and other process equipment during routine maintenance “shut down and start up” procedures, to prevent unwanted polymer degradation, and help keep the process equipment clean and free of black specs and degradation.View Details
Cel-Span® UVS 717 is a (HALS) concentrate containing a stabilizer package for injection blow molding, extrusion and film applications for polyethylene. Hindered Amine Light stabilizers are the most effective light stabilizers for polyolefins. HALS is extremely efficient because these special additives continuously repopulate themselves during the UV stabilization process. Cel-Span® UVS 717 is an effective master batch to protect molded or extruded products including Film from UV light degradation. We recommend let down of 2% to 4% be used to thermal and UV protect parts from the sunlight and last 5 -10 years outdoors.View Details
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