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Plastics & Rubber

A-C® 9A

Low density polyethylene (LDPE) Homopolymer

Low density polyethylene (LDPE) homopolymer in a powdered form, for use in solvent borne coatings, heatset and liquid solvent borne inks, to improve surface properties such as rub, mar & abrasion resistance, by lowering the COF. It is also used as a gellant for hydrocarbon oils, a paraffin crystal nucleator in wax blends such as candles, and a viscosity diluent in HMAs. Can also be partially substituted for FT (Fisher Tropsch) Wax in adhesive applications without detracting from formulation properties. Best choice in cable filling compounds to prevent oil bleed at high temperatures. Is used as a dispersing agent in color masterbatch applications.

General Information

  • Product Settings
    • Dynamic
  • Physical Form
    • Powder
  • Product Family
    • PE Homopolymer
  • Type
    • SB Gravure
    • Polyolefins
  • Performance Function
    • Atomized
    • Slip
  • Application
    • Compounding
    • Color Masterbatch

Typical Uses

  • Inks
    • Anti-Blocking, Rub, Slip, Atomized
  • Plastics
    • Atomized

Properties

  • Viscosity
    • 450 at 140 °C
  • Acid Number
    • Nil
  • Hide Drop Point
    • No
  • Drop Point Mettler
    • 115 °C (239 °F)
  • Hardness
    • 0.5 at 25 °C
  • Density
    • 0.93

Standards & Approvals

  • FDA Direct Food Additives Approval*
    • No
  • Plastic Pipe Institute/NSF*
    • No

Other

  • Other Notes
    • * The regulation includes a reference to this product. This does not imply blanket approval. End users should refer to the specific FDA regulation for details including extraction limitations and restrictions on the use of this product.

General Information

  • Product Settings
    • Dynamic
  • Physical Form
    • Powder
  • Product Family
    • PE Homopolymer
  • Type
    • SB Gravure
    • Polyolefins
  • Performance Function
    • Atomized
    • Slip
  • Application
    • Compounding
    • Color Masterbatch

Typical Uses

  • Inks
    • Anti-Blocking, Rub, Slip, Atomized
  • Plastics
    • Atomized

Properties

  • Viscosity
    • 450 at 140 °C
  • Acid Number
    • Nil
  • Hide Drop Point
    • No
  • Drop Point Mettler
    • 115 °C (239 °F)
  • Hardness
    • 0.5 at 25 °C
  • Density
    • 0.93

Standards & Approvals

  • FDA Direct Food Additives Approval*
    • No
  • Plastic Pipe Institute/NSF*
    • No

Other

  • Other Notes
    • * The regulation includes a reference to this product. This does not imply blanket approval. End users should refer to the specific FDA regulation for details including extraction limitations and restrictions on the use of this product.
  • Product Settings : Dynamic
  • Physical Form : Powder
  • Product Family : PE Homopolymer
  • Type : SB Gravure|Polyolefins
  • Performance Function : Atomized|Slip
  • Application : Compounding|Color Masterbatch
  • Inks : Anti-Blocking, Rub, Slip, Atomized
  • Plastics : Atomized
  • Viscosity : 450 at 140 °C
  • Acid Number : Nil
  • Hide Drop Point : No
  • Drop Point Mettler : 115 °C (239 °F)
  • Hardness : 0.5 at 25 °C
  • Density : 0.93
  • FDA Direct Food Additives Approval* : No
  • Plastic Pipe Institute/NSF* : No
  • Other Notes : * The regulation includes a reference to this product. This does not imply blanket approval. End users should refer to the specific FDA regulation for details including extraction limitations and restrictions on the use of this product.
Data Sheet
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
A-C® 9A, Low density polyethylene (LDPE) homopolymer in a powdered form, for use in solvent borne coatings, heatset and liquid solvent borne inks
5.51 KB
5/17/2021
PDF 5.51 KB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
A-C® 9A, Low density polyethylene (LDPE) homopolymer in a powdered form, for use in solvent borne coatings, heatset and liquid solvent borne inks
5.51 KB
5/17/2021
PDF 5.51 KB