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Saret® and crosslinking coagents

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Unique methacrylate coagents for elastomer and rubber compounds.

 

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Name Description Chemistry Functionality Application Performance
Chemistry Functionality Application Performance
Dual functional Monomer 1
  • Rubber manufacturing
  • Flexibility
  • Hydrophilicity / Water solubility

High performance rubber coagents

 

Sartomer® and Saret® (meth)acrylate based coagents are high performance reactive functional additives capable of reacting with peroxide and sulfur vulcanized systems.

sartomer methacrylate rubber coagents for high performance

Optimal compound's cure and processing

 

The high reactivity of Sartomer® (meth)acrylate based coagents brings significant improvements:

 

  • Higher cure rate to optimize productivity
  • Higher state of cure to maximize the compound final performance
sartomer methacrylate rubber coagents for high performance torque and time

Discover unique and proprietary scorch protected coagents: the Saret® range, providing better scorch safety while maintening cure rate and performance.

 

sartomer methacrylate rubber coagents crosslinkers for high performance

Superior properties for rubber compounds

 

The high reactivity of the structure of the unique Saret®517 entails very efficient crosslinking reactions allowing to obtain:

 

  • Compounds with enhanced modulus, hardness and compression set
  • An excellent balance of mechanical properties compared to compounds without coagents or with TAC*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geographic availability

Africa and Middle-East
Europe

Markets

  • Automotive and transportation
    • Elastomers
    • Polymer and rubber
  • Chemical and plastics industry
    • Compounds
    • Crosslinking
    • Rubber manufacturing
 
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