Michem® Emulsion 11226

Brand Family Overview

Mold Release is a solventborne polyethylene emulsion that eliminates the high stress between a mold and the molded part, typically used for ceramics. It allows for movement and shrinkage of the part during processing and subsequent temperature fluctuations. With Mold Release, the part releases clean.

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Usage

Useful as an additive in fiberglass sizing formulations used to reinforce polypropylene. This emulsion has a very high molecular weight, similar to a polypropylene coupling agent. The molecular weight enhancement should provide additional properties to the fiberglass, not achieved with standard low molecular weight polypropylenes. Being cationic in nature it should provide better adhesion to the glass fibers when processing and forming.

Description

Cationic polypropylene emulsion

Performance Attributes

This product is used in many applications including the following:

ApplicationProperties Imparted
Fiber Sizingchopped strands, continuous fiber, impact resistance, PP compatible
Nonwovensblock resistance

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Physical Properties

These physical properties are typical but should not be considered specifications.

AppearanceWhite, translucent liquid
Percent Non-Volatile25.2 - 26.2
Brookfield Viscosity (cps, mPa·s) <50
Spindle Number2
RPM60

Site of Manufacture (and Product Code)

CIN (ME11226)