QW-508 rubber anti slip agents

Widely used in rubber, EVA; Improve material grip, increase slip resistance. Improve the slip resistance of EVA products. Improve the processing performance of various materials

Ingredients: Petroleum resin and surface anti slip resin copolymer

Appearance: light yellow granule

Softening point: 75-95 ¡æ.

Packing: 25kg / bag.


Suitable for rubber

1. rubber anti slip agents from China factory can Increase the viscosity of natural rubber and synthetic rubber, improve the dispersion of various fillers and the processing performance

2. China rubber anti slip agents manufacturer Increases the tensile strength and cutting resistance of vulcanized rubber

3. rubber anti slip agents Improve the grip of rubber products

Suitable for EVA

1. rubber anti slip agents from China factory Improve tear strength

2. Improve the slip resistance of EVA products

3. China rubber anti slip agents manufacturer Improve the processing performance of various materials

Consumption:2¡«3 PHR

Application direction:

Widely used in rubber and EVA; Improve material grip and slip resistance.



2. What are the different types of rubber anti-slip agents?

Rubber anti-slip agents (RASAs) are used to prevent the slip of tires during wet and slippery conditions. They are also used in the automotive industry for improving grip on the road, in agriculture to absorb rainwater and even in the construction industry to prevent slips.

Most of these RASAs are designed for use with a specific type of rubber which is supplied by their manufacturer but can be mixed into any other rubber. The main characteristics of these RASAs are; molecular weight, molecular structure, and molecular weight distribution (MWD). Molecular weight MWD represents the proportion between molecules so that molecules with higher molecular weights have a greater proportion of higher molecular weights than lower molecular weights. The MWD is usually expressed as w/w, where w is the average weight and w/w represents the ratio between the average weight and the sum of all average weights.

The use of MWD gives some unique properties to RASAs, as it allows them to act as lubricants (as they have a low viscosity). This property is particularly important in applications involving high temperatures (insecticides), where water tends to work its way through the fluid film. This can lead to burning and damage or even failure of the fluid film leading to damage or failure of the agent itself.

The second property which distinguishes RASAs from other lubricants is their non-volatile nature. So far, most RASAs have been designed for use with synthetic rubbers like polyisoprene but many other types of rubber can also be used for RASAs such as natural rubber, synthetic rubber, or polypropylene resin. Additionally, a wide variety of polymers can be used such as polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), or even silicone. With different molecular structures, you get different properties depending on their hardness, elasticity etc., due to their structure-property relationship.

The main difference between RA and WA is that the former hardens when washed with water; the latter doesn’t. Those who work with WAs will tell you that they have quite a bit of flexibility when it comes to selection criteria: anything from soft waxes like car waxes to hard acrylics like paint is fine for use with WAs; and some people don’t even require an agent at all.

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