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PERGUT S 20

PERGUT S 20

SYNONYMS: Chlorinated rubber; CHLORINATEDRUBBER; CHLORINATED, RUBBER; pergut s 20; PERGUT S 20; PERGT S 20; PERGUT,S,20; PERGUTS20; PERGUTS 20; PERGUT S20; CHLORINATED RUBBER; chlorinated rubber; Adbond 1000 Clear; Adeka CR 10; Adeka CR 150; Adeka CR 20; Adeka CR 40; Adeka CR 5; Alloprene; Alloprene R 10; Alloprene R 20; Alloprene R 40; C-Raban 1HB; Chlorofan S 10; Chlortex 20; Chlortex 40; Hardlen 15L; KCh 1116; KCh 749; KCh 770; KCh 771; KhKVV; NB Coat CR 503; Natural rubber, chlorinated; Parlon; Parlon 300Cp; Parlon S 10; Parlon S 125; Parlon S 20; Parlon S 300; Parlon S 5; Pergut; Pergut S 10; Pergut S 20; Pergut S 40; Pergut S 90; Rabal 100; Rabal 100P; Superchlone CR 10; Superchlone CR 20; Superchlone CR 5; Rubber, chlorinated; [ChemIDplus] Chlortex Chlorinated Rubber, Solid; Clortex 10; Clortex 100 Chlorinated Rubber; [Brenntag Canada MSDS];Appliance Paint; Road Marking Paint; Rubber Coating; Pesticides; CHLORINATEDRUBBER; CHLORINATED, KAUÇUK; pergut 20; PERGUT S 20; PERGT S 20; PERGUT, S, 20; PERGUTS20; PERGUTLAR 20; PERGUT S20; YAKINALI KAUÇUK; klorlanmış kauçuk; 1000 Clear Adbond; Adeka CR 10; Adeka CR 150; Adeka CR 20; Adeka CR 40; Adeka CR5; Alloprene; Allopren R10; Allopren R 20; Allopren R40; C-Raban 1HB; Chlorofan S 10; Chlortex 20; Chlortex 40; Sertleştirilmiş 15L; KCh 1116; KCh 749; KCh 770; KCh 771; KhKVV; NB Kat CR 503; Doğal kauçuk, klorlanmış; Parlon; Parlon 300Cp; Parlon S 10; Parlon S 125; Parlon S 20; Parlon S 300; Parlon S5; Pergut; Pergut S 10; Pergut S 20; Pergut S 40; Pergut S 90; Rabal 100; Rabal 100P; Superchlone CR 10; Superchlone CR 20; Superchlone CR 5; Klorlanmış kauçuk; [ChemIDplus] Chlortex Klorlu Kauçuk, Katı; Clortex 10; Clortex 100 Klorlu Kauçuk; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]; Cihaz Boyası; Yol Çizgi Boyası; Kauçuk kaplama; Tarım ilacı; Chlorinated rubber; CHLORINATEDRUBBER; CHLORINATED, RUBBER; pergut s 20; PERGUT S 20; PERGT S 20; PERGUT,S,20; PERGUTS20; PERGUTS 20; PERGUT S20; CHLORINATED RUBBER; chlorinated rubber; Adbond 1000 Clear; Adeka CR 10; Adeka CR 150; Adeka CR 20; Adeka CR 40; Adeka CR 5; Alloprene; Alloprene R 10; Alloprene R 20; Alloprene R 40; C-Raban 1HB; Chlorofan S 10; Chlortex 20; Chlortex 40; Hardlen 15L; KCh 1116; KCh 749; KCh 770; KCh 771; KhKVV; NB Coat CR 503; Natural rubber, chlorinated; Parlon; Parlon 300Cp; Parlon S 10; Parlon S 125; Parlon S 20; Parlon S 300; Parlon S 5; Pergut; Pergut S 10; Pergut S 20; Pergut S 40; Pergut S 90; Rabal 100; Rabal 100P; Superchlone CR 10; Superchlone CR 20; Superchlone CR 5; Rubber, chlorinated; [ChemIDplus] Chlortex Chlorinated Rubber, Solid; Clortex 10; Clortex 100 Chlorinated Rubber; [Brenntag Canada MSDS];Appliance Paint; Road Marking Paint; Rubber Coating; Pesticides; CHLORINATEDRUBBER; CHLORINATED, KAUÇUK; pergut 20; PERGUT S 20; PERGT S 20; PERGUT, S, 20; PERGUTS20; PERGUTLAR 20; PERGUT S20; YAKINALI KAUÇUK; klorlanmış kauçuk; 1000 Clear Adbond; Adeka CR 10; Adeka CR 150; Adeka CR 20; Adeka CR 40; Adeka CR5; Alloprene; Allopren R10; Allopren R 20; Allopren R40; C-Raban 1HB; Chlorofan S 10; Chlortex 20; Chlortex 40; Sertleştirilmiş 15L; KCh 1116; KCh 749; KCh 770; KCh 771; KhKVV; NB Kat CR 503; Doğal kauçuk, klorlanmış; Parlon; Parlon 300Cp; Parlon S 10; Parlon S 125; Parlon S 20; Parlon S 300; Parlon S5; Pergut; Pergut S 10; Pergut S 20; Pergut S 40; Pergut S 90; Rabal 100; Rabal 100P; Superchlone CR 10; Superchlone CR 20; Superchlone CR 5; Klorlanmış kauçuk; [ChemIDplus] Chlortex Klorlu Kauçuk, Katı; Clortex 10; Clortex 100 Klorlu Kauçuk; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]; Cihaz Boyası; Yol Çizgi Boyası; Kauçuk kaplama; Tarım ilacı; Chlorinated rubber; CHLORINATEDRUBBER; CHLORINATED, RUBBER; pergut s 20; PERGUT S 20; PERGT S 20; PERGUT,S,20; PERGUTS20; PERGUTS 20; PERGUT S20; CHLORINATED RUBBER; chlorinated rubber; Adbond 1000 Clear; Adeka CR 10; Adeka CR 150; Adeka CR 20; Adeka CR 40; Adeka CR 5; Alloprene; Alloprene R 10; Alloprene R 20; Alloprene R 40; C-Raban 1HB; Chlorofan S 10; Chlortex 20; Chlortex 40; Hardlen 15L; KCh 1116; KCh 749; KCh 770; KCh 771; KhKVV; NB Coat CR 503; Natural rubber, chlorinated; Parlon; Parlon 300Cp; Parlon S 10; Parlon S 125; Parlon S 20; Parlon S 300; Parlon S 5; Pergut; Pergut S 10; Pergut S 20; Pergut S 40; Pergut S 90; Rabal 100; Rabal 100P; Superchlone CR 10; Superchlone CR 20; Superchlone CR 5; Rubber, chlorinated; [ChemIDplus] Chlortex Chlorinated Rubber, Solid; Clortex 10; Clortex 100 Chlorinated Rubber; [Brenntag Canada MSDS];Appliance Paint; Road Marking Paint; Rubber Coating; Pesticides; CHLORINATEDRUBBER; CHLORINATED, KAUÇUK; pergut 20; PERGUT S 20; PERGT S 20; PERGUT, S, 20; PERGUTS20; PERGUTLAR 20; PERGUT S20; YAKINALI KAUÇUK; klorlanmış kauçuk; 1000 Clear Adbond; Adeka CR 10; Adeka CR 150; Adeka CR 20; Adeka CR 40; Adeka CR5; Alloprene; Allopren R10; Allopren R 20; Allopren R40; C-Raban 1HB; Chlorofan S 10; Chlortex 20; Chlortex 40; Sertleştirilmiş 15L; KCh 1116; KCh 749; KCh 770; KCh 771; KhKVV; NB Kat CR 503; Doğal kauçuk, klorlanmış; Parlon; Parlon 300Cp; Parlon S 10; Parlon S 125; Parlon S 20; Parlon S 300; Parlon S5; Pergut; Pergut S 10; Pergut S 20; Pergut S 40; Pergut S 90; Rabal 100; Rabal 100P; Superchlone CR 10; Superchlone CR 20; Superchlone CR 5; Klorlanmış kauçuk; [ChemIDplus] Chlortex Klorlu Kauçuk, Katı; Clortex 10; Clortex 100 Klorlu Kauçuk; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]; Cihaz Boyası; Yol Çizgi Boyası; Kauçuk kaplama; Tarım ilacı; Chlorinated rubber; CHLORINATEDRUBBER; CHLORINATED, RUBBER; pergut s 20; PERGUT S 20; PERGT S 20; PERGUT,S,20; PERGUTS20; PERGUTS 20; PERGUT S20; CHLORINATED RUBBER; chlorinated rubber; Adbond 1000 Clear; Adeka CR 10; Adeka CR 150; Adeka CR 20; Adeka CR 40; Adeka CR 5; Alloprene; Alloprene R 10; Alloprene R 20; Alloprene R 40; C-Raban 1HB; Chlorofan S 10; Chlortex 20; Chlortex 40; Hardlen 15L; KCh 1116; KCh 749; KCh 770; KCh 771; KhKVV; NB Coat CR 503; Natural rubber, chlorinated; Parlon; Parlon 300Cp; Parlon S 10; Parlon S 125; Parlon S 20; Parlon S 300; Parlon S 5; Pergut; Pergut S 10; Pergut S 20; Pergut S 40; Pergut S 90; Rabal 100; Rabal 100P; Superchlone CR 10; Superchlone CR 20; Superchlone CR 5; Rubber, chlorinated; [ChemIDplus] Chlortex Chlorinated Rubber, Solid; Clortex 10; Clortex 100 Chlorinated Rubber; [Brenntag Canada MSDS];Appliance Paint; Road Marking Paint; Rubber Coating; Pesticides; CHLORINATEDRUBBER; CHLORINATED, KAUÇUK; pergut 20; PERGUT S 20; PERGT S 20; PERGUT, S, 20; PERGUTS20; PERGUTLAR 20; PERGUT S20; YAKINALI KAUÇUK; klorlanmış kauçuk; 1000 Clear Adbond; Adeka CR 10; Adeka CR 150; Adeka CR 20; Adeka CR 40; Adeka CR5; Alloprene; Allopren R10; Allopren R 20; Allopren R40; C-Raban 1HB; Chlorofan S 10; Chlortex 20; Chlortex 40; Sertleştirilmiş 15L; KCh 1116; KCh 749; KCh 770; KCh 771; KhKVV; NB Kat CR 503; Doğal kauçuk, klorlanmış; Parlon; Parlon 300Cp; Parlon S 10; Parlon S 125; Parlon S 20; Parlon S 300; Parlon S5; Pergut; Pergut S 10; Pergut S 20; Pergut S 40; Pergut S 90; Rabal 100; Rabal 100P; Superchlone CR 10; Superchlone CR 20; Superchlone CR 5; Klorlanmış kauçuk; [ChemIDplus] Chlortex Klorlu Kauçuk, Katı; Clortex 10; Clortex 100 Klorlu Kauçuk; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]; Cihaz Boyası; Yol Çizgi Boyası; Kauçuk kaplama; Tarım ilacı

Binder for, among other things, anticorrosion-, concrete floor coatings and roadmarking paints.

Pergut® S 20 is a chlorinated rubber used a binder for, among other things, anticorrosion-, concrete floor coatings and roadmarking paints.
Description
The chlorinated rubber is a derived product modified from the natural rubber through chlorination. It has good weather resistance, high chemical stability, saltwater resistance and good ultraviolet resistance. And also it is excellent adhesion to steel and concrete. It is excellent compatibility with alkyd resin and acrylic resin.
Prcess:
Chlorinated rubber products are produced by dissolving natural rubber in non-ODS organic solvents and then through a series of process including chlorination synthesis, chemical neutralization, hydraulic analysis, centrifugation, washing, and drying.
Raw material for coatings, adhesives, sealants, or elastomers in industrial applications
Restrictions on use: Pesticides

Applications:
Marine Paint
Offshore platforms
Container coatings
Engineering machinery paint
Anti-corrosion paint
Road marking paint
Flame-retardant paint
Adhesives
High-grade inks

Solubility:

It is soluble in aromatic hydrocarbons, esters and ketones, aether, animal and vegetable oils and chlorinated hydrocarbons.
It is insoluble in aliphatic hydrocarbons, alcohols and water.

Chlorinated Rubber
Type KT-CR5 KT-CR10 KT-CR20 KT-CR40 KT-CR90 KT-CR125 KT-CR300
Viscosity
(mp.S)
4-7 8-15 16-24 30-50 75-120 120-180 200-300
Application Printing inks
Printing inks
Coatings
Coatings
Adhesives
Adhesives
General Characteristics:
Appearance: White or yellowish loose and soft powders
Apparent density: ≥0.08g/ml
Volatile: ≤0.5%
Chlorine content (Cl) : ≥64%

* The physical property data listed here are considered to be typical properties, not specifications.

Storage:
Packaging:10-20 kg/bag.
Store in a cool, dry and well ventilated place at room temperature, free from humidity. Handle with care. Non-dangerous goods with stable chemical properties.
Pergut®
S 20
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Edition 2017-06-01
Replaces edition dated 2015-09-01 Product Datasheet
Characterization Chlorinated rubber.
Binder for, among other things, anticorrosion-, concrete floor coatings and
roadmarking paints.
Form supplied Fine powder
Specification
Property Value Unit of measurement Method
Viscosity at 23 °C,
18.5 % in toluene
20 ± 4 mPa·s DIN 53 015
Iodine color value,
18.5 % in toluene
≤ 7 DIN EN 1557
Tetrachloromethane content ≤ 0.005 % by wt. 2208-0005501-14D
Toluene content ≤ 2.5 % by wt. 2208-0005601-14D
Other data*
Property Value Unit of measurement Method
Turbidity,
18.5 % in toluene
≤ 2
Black speck value,
18.5 % in toluene
≤ 2
Density approx. 1.5 g/ml DIN 53 479
Ash content approx. 0.3 % by wt. DIN 53 568
Water content < 0.3 % by wt. DIN 51 777
Chlorine content ≥ 64.5 % by wt. DIN EN ISO 1158
*These values provide general information and are not part of the product specification.
Pergut®S 20
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Edition 2017-06-01
Replaces edition dated 2015-09-01 Product Datasheet
Solubility / thinnability Generally speaking, Pergut®S 20 has good compatibility with many
solvents, plasticizers and binders. However, it is necessary to test the
solubility/compatibility in each case.
Properties / Applications Pergut®S 20 can be used to formulate fast-drying anticorrosion coatings with good weather stability and resistance to water and chemicals. It can also be used in abrasion-resistant concrete floor coatings and roadmarking paints.
Storage - Storage in original sealed Covestro containers.
- Recommended storage temperature: 10 - 25 °C.
- Protect from direct sunlight, moisture, heat and foreign material.
Storage time Covestro represents that, for a period of nine months following the day of shipment as stated in the respective transport documents, the product will meet the specifications or values set forth in section "specifications or characteristic data" above, what ever is applicable, provided that the product is stored in full compliance with the storage conditions set forth in and referenced under section "storage" above and is otherwise handled appropriately. The lapse of the nine months period does not necessarily mean that the product no longer meets specifications or the set values. However, prior to
using said product, Covestro recommends to test such a product if it still meets the specifications or the set values. Covestro does not make any representation regarding the product after the lapse of the nine months period and Covestro shall not be responsible or liable in any way for the product failing to meet specifications or the set values after the lapse of the nine months period.
Pergut® S 20
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Edition 2017-06-01
Replaces edition dated 2015-09-01 Product Datasheet
Labeling and statutory requirements This product data sheet is only valid in conjunction with the latest edition of the corresponding Safety Data Sheet. Any updating of safety-relevant information - in accordance with statutory requirements - will only be reflected in the Safety Data Sheet, copies of which will be revised and distributed. Information relating
to the current classification and labeling, applications and processing methods and further data relevant to safety can be found in the currently valid Safety Data Sheet.
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This product is not designated as „Medical Grade" (1) and therefore shall not be considered a candidate for the manufacture of a medical device or of intermediate products for medical devices, which are intended under normal use to be brought into direct contact with the patient's body (e.g., skin, body fluids or tissues, including indirect contact to blood)*. This product is also not designated for Food Contact (2), including drinking water, or cosmetic applications. If the intended use of the product is for the manufacture of a medical device or of intermediate products for medical devices, for
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1) Please see the "Guidance on Use of Covestro Products in a Medical Application" document.
2) As defined in Commission Regulation (EU) 1935/2004.
Editor: Coatings, Adhesives & Specialties
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51373 Leverkusen, Germany

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Bindings
Pergut S 20
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PERGUT® S 20
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Covestro
PERGUT® S 20 by Covestro is chlorinated rubber. Has good compatibility with many solvents, plasticizers and binders. The shelf life of PERGUT® S 20 is six months and recommended storage temperature is 10-25 °C.
Categories: Polymer; Thermoset; Rubber or Thermoset Elastomer (TSE)
Material Notes: Chlorinated rubber. Binder for, among other things, anticorrosion-, concrete floor coatings and road marking paints.
Properties / Applications: Pergut® S 20 can be used to formulate fast-drying anticorrosion coatings with good weather stability and resistance to water and chemicals. It can also be used in abrasion-resistant concrete floor coatings and road marking paints.

Information provided by Covestro
Vendors:
Available Properties
Specific Gravity, DIN 53 479
Viscosity, DIN 53 015, 18.5 % in toluene
Ash, DIN 53 568
Moisture Content, DIN 51 777
Chlorine, Cl, DIN EN ISO 1158

Property Data
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Description
The chlorinated rubber is a derived product modified from the natural rubber through chlorination. It has good weather resistance, high chemical stability, saltwater resistance and good ultraviolet resistance. And also it is excellent adhesion to steel and concrete. It is excellent compatibility with alkyd resin and acrylic resin.
Prcess:
Chlorinated rubber products are produced by dissolving natural rubber in non-ODS organic solvents and then through a series of process including chlorination synthesis, chemical neutralization, hydraulic analysis, centrifugation, washing, and drying.
Solubility:
It is soluble in aromatic hydrocarbons, esters and ketones, aether, animal and vegetable oils and chlorinated hydrocarbons.
It is insoluble in aliphatic hydrocarbons, alcohols and water.

Applications:
Marine Paint
Offshore platforms
Container coatings
Engineering machinery paint
Anti-corrosion paint
Road marking paint
Flame-retardant paint
Adhesives
High-grade inks
Chlorinated Rubber
Type KT-CR5 KT-CR10 KT-CR20 KT-CR40 KT-CR90 KT-CR125 KT-CR300
Viscosity
(mp.S)
4-7 8-15 16-24 30-50 75-120 120-180 200-300
Application Printing inks
Printing inks
Coatings
Coatings
Adhesives
Adhesives
General Characteristics:
Appearance: White or yellowish loose and soft powders
Apparent density: ≥0.08g/ml
Volatile: ≤0.5%
Chlorine content (Cl) : ≥64%

* The physical property data listed here are considered to be typical properties, not specifications.

Storage:
Packaging:10-20 kg/bag.
Store in a cool, dry and well ventilated place at room temperature, free from humidity. Handle with care. Non-dangerous goods with stable chemical properties.
Pergut® S-20
DESCRIPTION:
Chlorinated rubber suitable for fast-curing, weather-, water- and chemical resistant coatings.
the user to determinesuitability.
Product Specifications
Property Value
Viscosity (18.5% in toluene, 23°C) 20 + 4 cps/mPa•sTetrachloromethane content <0.005 wt. %Toluene content < 2.5 wt. %Iodine color value (18.5% in toluene) <7
Typical Properties*
Property Value
Form supplied fine powderDensity approx. 1.5Turbidity (18.5% in toluene)< 2Black spec value (18.5% in toluene)< 2Ash content wt. %~ 0.3Water content wt. %< 0.3Chlorine content wt. %> 64.5
Solubility
Pergut S 20 chlorinated rubber has good compatibil-ity, in general, with many solvents, plasticizers andbinders. However, it is necessary to test the solubil-ity/compatibility in each specific case.
Storage
Pergut S 20 chlorinated rubber is stable for sixmonths after receipt of material by customer whenstored under cool (50°F/10°C - 77°F/25°C) and dryconditions. It must be protected from exposure todirect sunlight to prevent premature degradation.
Health and Safety Information
Appropriate literature has been assembled whichprovides information concerning the health andsafety precautions that must be observed whenhandling Pergut S 20. For materials mentioned thatare not Bayer MaterialScience LLC products,appropriate industrial hygiene and other safetyprecautions recommended by their manufacturershould be followed. Before working with thisproduct, you must read and become familiar with theavailable information on its hazards, proper use, andhandling. This cannot be overemphasized. Informa-tion is available in several forms, e.g., material safetydata sheets and product labels. For further informa-tion contact your Bayer MaterialScience representa-tive or the Product Safety and Regulatory AffairsDepartment in Pittsburgh, PA.
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pergut s20 chlorinated rubber
Pergut S 20 (Chlorinated rubber)
Model: S20
Pergut® S 20
Type: Chlorinated rubber
Form supplied: Fine powder
Uses:
Binder for, among other things, anticorrosion-, concrete floor coatings and roadmarking paints.
Solubility / thinnability

Generally speaking, Pergut® S 20 has good compatibility with many
solvents, plasticizers and binders. However, it is necessary to test the
solubility/compatibility in each case.
Properties / Applications

Pergut® S 20 can be used to formulate fast-drying anticorrosion coatings with good weather stability and resistance to water and chemicals. It can also be used in abrasion-resistant concrete floor coatings and roadmarking paints.
Pergut® S 20
Type: Chlorinated rubber
Form supplied: Fine powder
Uses:
Binder for, among other things, anticorrosion-, concrete floor coatings and roadmarking paints.
Solubility / thinnability
Generally speaking, Pergut® S 20 has good compatibility with many
solvents, plasticizers and binders. However, it is necessary to test the
solubility/compatibility in each case.
Properties / Applications
Pergut® S 20 can be used to formulate fast-drying anticorrosion coatings with good weather stability and resistance to water and chemicals. It can also be used in abrasion-resistant concrete floor coatings and roadmarking paints.
Quick Details
CAS No.:
9006-03-5
Other Names:
Pergut S20
MF:
[C10H11Cl7]n
EINECS No.:
None
Place of Origin:
Germany
Main Raw Material:
Polyurethane
Usage:
Appliance Paint, Road Marking Paint, Rubber Coating
Application Method:
Brush
State:
Powder Coating
Brand Name:
Covestro
Model Number:
Pergut S 20
Product Name:
Pergut S20
Packaging & Delivery
Selling Units:
Single item
Single package size:
40X25X10 cm
Single gross weight:
21.0 kg
Package Type:
20kg per bag
Lead Time :
Quantity(Kilogram) 1 - 20 >20
Est. Time(days) 15 To be negotiated
Product Description
Chlorinated rubber for anti-corrosion coatings, cement floor coatings and road marking coatings, additives

Property Value
Viscosity 20±4
CC14 ≤0.005
Color Value ≤7
Toluene[%] ≤2.5
Application Solvent-type neoprene contact gu, additive used to increase the cure rate
Packaging & Shipping
20kg/bag

Under proper storage (10-25 ° C, dry, avoid direct sunlight), the product can be stored for six months from the date of shipment.


Selected from International Polymer Science and Technology, 44, No. 2, 2016, reference KR 16/04/24; transl. serial no. 18603
Translated by P. Curtis
Now there is not a single area of industry that can do without adhesive elastomer materials. Composites based on synthetic rubbers comprise 75% of the total volume of adhesive materials produced, which is due to the combination of unique properties typical of the elastomer base of the adhesive. The base of many imported adhesives for the bonding of rubber to metal is chlorinated natural rubber. As an alternative, chlorinated
synthetic isoprene rubber has been proposed, developed at the Scientific Research Institute for Synthetic Rubber in St Petersburg. The chlorinated isoprene rubber was compared with imported chlorinated natural rubber in adhesive composites, and the physicomechanical properties of mixes based on a blend of chlorinated rubber and nitrile butadiene rubber were investigated. The investigation was conducted on chlorinated natural
rubber of grade Pergut S20, chlorinated isoprene rubber SKI-3, and nitrile butadiene rubbers of grades BNKS-28AMN and SKN-26S. The influence of the ratio of chlorinated rubber to nitrile butadiene rubber and the technological factors of mix preparation on the properties of films produced from them was established. It was shown that, in terms of the level of properties, home-produced chlorinated rubber can be used as the
base for adhesives for hot bonding of rubber to metal instead of imported Pergut S20. The bonding of different materials using adhesive composites is now one of the most widely used technological processes in the production of different articles. There is barely a single sector of industry that can do without adhesive materials. The variety of areas of their application determines the most diverse requirements
concerning both the properties of the adhesive joints and the bonding technology. Worldwide, the volumes and sales of adhesive and sealing materials, including elastomer materials, are increasing. Composites based on synthetic polymers now comprise 75% of the total volume of the adhesives produced. In addition, the demand for them is increasing continually, and consequently the scales of production
are growing.
In spite of the fact that the development of adhesive materials is one of the most traditional areas of application of polymers, the areas of the chemical industry that are occupied with the production of polymers and the delivery of adhesives are developing independently, and the range of adhesives is being formed under the influence of the established range of polymer materials. The effective adhesive polymers include chlorinated
rubbers, which are products of the complete chlorination of natural or synthetic rubbers with a content of bound chlorine of the order of 60-70% [1]. It is these, in particular chlorinated natural rubber, that comprise the base of most grades of known adhesive ‘Hemosil', including for the bonding of rubber to metal in the process of vulcanisation. In the Chemistry of Thermoplastic Elastomers Faculty of the MITKhT, at one time an analogue of this adhesive for
the bonding to metal of vulcanisates of non-polar rubbers based on chlorinated polychloroprene (chlorinated chloroprene rubber) and methylvinylpyridine butadiene rubber (SKMVP) was developed. In the given adhesive system SKMVP, the chlorinated chloroprene rubber acted as an elasticiser, and also promoted an increase in bond strength at the adhesive-rubber boundary, and thus in the strength of the adhesive joint as a whole.
However, in spite of all the advantages of the given system, chlorinated chloroprene rubber, like SKMVP, has not been produced for a long time. At the same time, the demand for chlorinated rubbers is high.
T/26 International Polymer Science and Technology, Vol. 44, No. 5, 2017 At the S.V. Lebedev Scientific Research Institute for Synthetic Rubber in St Petersburg, work has begun on the synthesis of home-produced chlorinated rubber based on SKI-3 isoprene [3]. We have conducted a comparative investigation of its properties with the properties of chlorinated natural rubber ‘Pergut' of grades S20, S40,
and S90, which is widely used at present. To conduct the experiments, 20% solutions of the investigated polymers in ethyl acetate were prepared. Figure 1 shows the influence of the type of chlorinated rubber on the bond strength of rubber based on rubbers SKS-30ARK and SKI-3 to metal according to GOST 209-62, and bonding was conducted in the process of vulcanisation. The best results in all cases are indicated by Pergut S20, which is mainly due
to its lower viscosity and consequently to better diffusion into the polymer and to filling of microunevennesses of the metal, and it also promotes the formation of a less defective film in the bonding of rubber to metal in the process of vulcanisation. The lower bond strength (15% lower) of the home-produced product can be attributed to the absence of stabiliser and consequently to the active process of dehydrochlorination proceeding parallel to
the vulcanisation process.
It should be pointed out that chlorinated rubbers are rarely used without plasticisers or elasticisers in view oftheir brittleness [4]. A large number of studies have been devoted to the use of polymer blends in adhesives in which chlorinated rubbers are actively applied to increase the adhesion and strength characteristics. An analysis of the patent literature showed that blends of nitrogen- and chlorine-containing polymers are very promising and widely used by foreign producers of adhesives. We studied the adhesion properties of adhesives
based on chlorinated natural (Pergut S20) and synthetic (SKI-3) rubbers in a blend with nitrile butadiene rubbers BNKS-28AMN and SKN-26S. Figure 2 presents the results of investigating a model system based on a blend of chlorinated isoprene rubber SKI-3 and different nitrile butadiene rubbers in the bonding of rubber to metal in the process of vulcanisation. It must be noted that the use of a polymer blend significantly levels out the difference in bond strength
between the imported and home-produced chlorinated rubbers. The stabilising properties of nitrogen-containing substances for chlorinated polymers through the binding of the hydrogen chloride formed during dehydrochlorination are well known. It can also be assumed that, besides elasticisation of the adhesive film and stabilisation in the system, interaction of the polymers used occurs, in addition to the binding of the hydrogen chloride formed,
by the action of high temperatures with the formation of a nitrilium ion [5]. Chlorinated polymers have functional groups capable of interacting with nitrile groups of the rubber; essentially, between the rubber and the chlorinated polymers an interaction of the acid-base type is realised, where the nitrile groups of the rubber, being a proton acceptor, fulfil the function of the base, and the chlorinated polymer is the proton donor, i.e. the
acid. The technological compatibility of the chlorinated rubber and nitrile butadiene rubber in solution must also be pointed out.
The bond strength of adhesive joints is a complex index that is influenced by a large number of factors, the main factors being the adhesive and cohesive strength of the
Figure 2. The influence of the type of nitrile butadiene rubber on the rubber-to-metal bond strength: 1 - S20 BNKS28AMN; 2 - KhSKI BNKS-28AMN; 3 - S20 SKN-26S; 4
- KhSKI SKN-26S
Figure 1. The influence of the type of chlorinated rubber on the rubber-to-metal bond strength: 1 - S20; 2 - S40; 3 -
S90; 4 - chlorinated SKI (KhSKI)
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adhesive film [6]. It must be noted that in this case the law of additivity does not apply, and the considerable difference in the values of the given indices has a greater negative effect on the bond strength of the adhesive joint.
Investigation of the physicomechanical properties of films based on a KhNK/BNKS-28AMN polymer blend was conducted on an Instron electromechanical tensile testing complex under uniaxial elongation. Specimens
were prepared in the form of dumbbell testpieces from film cast in petri dishes with a prescribed thickness of 1 mm from 10% polymer solutions of polymers in ethyl acetate. Films were held beforehand for 2 min at
temperatures of 80 and 150°C. Figure 3 presents the dependence of the nominal strength of films on the ratio of KhNK and BNKS-28AMN.
In view of the brittleness of the chlorinated polymers, there are difficulties in accurately measuring strength with a low content of nitrile rubber. With increase in its content there is a gradual reduction in strength, which seems
to be due to elasticisation of the system by the nitrile Rubber. Thermal action on the films lowers their strength, which is mainly connected with dehydrochlorination of the chlorinated rubber. However, it must be noted that,
with increase in the BNK content, the difference in the negative effect of temperature is levelled out. As stated earlier, this is due to stabilisation of the plastic by the nitrogen-containing nitrile butadiene rubber.
The conducted investigations of chlorinated SKI as the base of adhesives and also as an additive to nitrile butadiene rubber demonstrate the high bond strength indices between rubber and metal in the process of
vulcanisation, which are on a par with those of imported chlorinated natural rubber Pergut S20. Thus, further investigations in the area of the creation and application of chlorinated isoprene rubber are now an urgent
problem, the solution of which will make it possible to switch to the development of home-produced, modern, competitive adhesive composites.
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(1980).
2. Lyusova L.R., The physicochemical and technological principles of the creation of adhesive elastomer composites. Doct. Tech. Sci. dissertation, MITKhT, Moscow, 250 pp. (2007).
3. Lyusova L.R. et al., The question of import replacement of the feedstock base for elastomer adhesives. 25th Symp. - Problems of Tyres, Mechanical Rubber Goods, and Elastomer
Composites, NIIShP, Moscoe, p. 54 (2014).
4. Dontsov A.A. et al., The Chlorination of Polymers. Khimiya, Moscow, 232 pp. (1979).
5. Berlin A.A. et al., The formation of saline groups when polyvinyl chloride interacts with nitrile and methylvinylpyridine rubbers. Vys.
Soed., 6(9):1684 (1964).
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Technology (trans. from English). Professiya, St
Petersburg, 376 pp. (2007).
Figure 3. The influence of the ratio of KhNK and BNKS28AMN in the blend on the tensile strength (ft
) of films at
different temperatures: 1 - 25°C; 2 - 80°C; 3 - 150°C
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Agent Name
Chlorinated rubber
CAS Number
9006-03-5
Formula
Unspecified
Major Category
Plastics & Rubber
Synonyms
Adbond 1000 Clear; Adeka CR 10; Adeka CR 150; Adeka CR 20; Adeka CR 40; Adeka CR 5; Alloprene; Alloprene R 10; Alloprene R 20; Alloprene R 40; C-Raban 1HB; Chlorofan S 10; Chlortex 20; Chlortex 40; Hardlen 15L; KCh 1116; KCh 749; KCh 770; KCh 771; KhKVV; NB Coat CR 503; Natural rubber, chlorinated; Parlon; Parlon 300Cp; Parlon S 10; Parlon S 125; Parlon S 20; Parlon S 300; Parlon S 5; Pergut; Pergut S 10; Pergut S 20; Pergut S 40; Pergut S 90; Rabal 100; Rabal 100P; Superchlone CR 10; Superchlone CR 20; Superchlone CR 5; Rubber, chlorinated; [ChemIDplus] Chlortex Chlorinated Rubber, Solid; Clortex 10; Clortex 100 Chlorinated Rubber; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]
Category
Plastic & Rubber Dusts/Fumes

Description
White odorless powder; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]

Sources/Uses
Permitted for use as an inert ingredient in non-food pesticide products; [EPA] Used in resins; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]

Comments
Causes methemoglobinemia-carboxyhemoglobin in 3-week intermittent inhalation studies of rats; [RTECS] May cause mechanical irritation; At processing temperatures may cause eye and respiratory tract irritation, CNS depression, and liver and kidney injury; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]

Adverse Effects
Methemoglobinemia
Methemoglobinemia, Secondary

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Agent Name
Chlorinated rubber

CAS Number
9006-03-5

Formula
Unspecified

Major Category
Plastics & Rubber

Synonyms
Adbond 1000 Clear; Adeka CR 10; Adeka CR 150; Adeka CR 20; Adeka CR 40; Adeka CR 5; Alloprene; Alloprene R 10; Alloprene R 20; Alloprene R 40; C-Raban 1HB; Chlorofan S 10; Chlortex 20; Chlortex 40; Hardlen 15L; KCh 1116; KCh 749; KCh 770; KCh 771; KhKVV; NB Coat CR 503; Natural rubber, chlorinated; Parlon; Parlon 300Cp; Parlon S 10; Parlon S 125; Parlon S 20; Parlon S 300; Parlon S 5; Pergut; Pergut S 10; Pergut S 20; Pergut S 40; Pergut S 90; Rabal 100; Rabal 100P; Superchlone CR 10; Superchlone CR 20; Superchlone CR 5; Rubber, chlorinated; [ChemIDplus] Chlortex Chlorinated Rubber, Solid; Clortex 10; Clortex 100 Chlorinated Rubber; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]

Category
Plastic & Rubber Dusts/Fumes

Description
White odorless powder; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]

Sources/Uses
Permitted for use as an inert ingredient in non-food pesticide products; [EPA] Used in resins; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]

Comments
Causes methemoglobinemia-carboxyhemoglobin in 3-week intermittent inhalation studies of rats; [RTECS] May cause mechanical irritation; At processing temperatures may cause eye and respiratory tract irritation, CNS depression, and liver and kidney injury; [Brenntag Canada MSDS]

Adverse Effects
Methemoglobinemia
Methemoglobinemia, Secondary

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Chlorinated rubber. Used as a binder to formulate fast-drying anticorrosion coatings, abrasion-resistant concrete floor coatings and roadmarking paints.

Details
Product Type
Resin > Chlorinated rubbers

Applications
Coatings
Coatings > Industrial

Industry
Architectural

Producer
Covestro

Supplier
Covestro

Chemical Composition
Chlorinated rubber

Advantages
good compatibility with many solvents, plasticizers and binder
good weather stability
resistance to water and chemicals
Other Applications
fast-drying anticorrosion coatings
abrasion-resistant concrete floor coatings
roadmarking paints

Technical data
Quantity Value Unit Comment
Appearance Properties
Color (Iodine) <7
Physical state powder
Physical Properties
Density 1.5 g/ml
Viscosity 16 - 24 cP 23°C
Water content <0.3 %
Chemical Properties
toluene content <2.5 %
Chlorine (Cl) content >64.5 %
Optical Properties
Opacity <2 18.5%toluene
Pergut S 20
Chlorinated rubberResin used in chlorinated rubber paints and coatings.
Bindings
Pigment and Filling Materials
Shell Blocker
Dryers
Plastifian
Inorganic Pigments
Cellulosic Thickeners/HEC
Anti-Foamings
pH Regulator
Anti Bacterial
Glycols
Water Based Pigment Pastes
Chlorinated Rubber Resins
Silicones
Coalescing Agent
Dispersants and Wetting Agents
Pergut S20
Producer: Viverso GmbH

Chemical structure of product
Binders » Resins » Chlorinated rubber
Frequent form of applications
Solventborne systems » Enamels
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
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Compilation date: 02/07/2013
Revision No: 1
Section 1: Identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/undertaking
1.1. Product identifier
Product name: DAMP SEAL
1.2. Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against
1.3. Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet
Company name: Rustins Ltd
Waterloo Road
Cricklewood
London
NW2 7TX
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)208 450 4666
Fax: +44 (0)208 452 2008
Email: rustins@rustins.co.uk
1.4. Emergency telephone number
Section 2: Hazards identification
2.1. Classification of the substance or mixture
Classification under CHIP: -: R10; Xn: R20/21; Xi: R38; Xn: R48/20; Xn: R63
Classification under CLP: Flam. Liq. 3: H226; Repr. 2: H361d; Skin Irrit. 2: H315; STOT RE 2: H373; -: EUH208
Most important adverse effects: Flammable. Harmful by inhalation and in contact with skin. Irritating to skin. Harmful:
danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure through inhalation. Possible
risk of harm to the unborn child.
2.2. Label elements
Label elements under CLP:
Hazard statements: EUH208: Contains methyl ethyl ketoxime. May produce an allergic reaction.
H373: May cause damage to organs [kidneys] through prolonged or repeated exposure
[inhalation (vapour)].
H226: Flammable liquid and vapour.
H315: Causes skin irritation.
H361d: Suspected of damaging the unborn child.
Signal words: Warning
Hazard pictograms: GHS02: Flame
GHS07: Exclamation mark
GHS08: Health hazard
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Precautionary statements: P260: Do not breathe vapours.
P280: Wear protective gloves.
P303+361+353: IF ON SKIN (or hair): Remove immediately all contaminated clothing.
Rinse skin with water.
P308+313: IF exposed or concerned: Get medical attention.
P314: Get medical attention if you feel unwell.
P370+378: In case of fire: Use carbon dioxide for extinction.
Label elements under CHIP:
Hazard symbols: Harmful.
Risk phrases: R10: Flammable.
R20/21: Harmful by inhalation and in contact with skin.
R38: Irritating to skin.
R48/20: Harmful: danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure through
inhalation.
R63: Possible risk of harm to the unborn child.
Safety phrases: S36/37: Wear suitable protective clothing and gloves.
Precautionary phrases: Contains methyl ethyl ketoxime. May produce an allergic reaction.
2.3. Other hazards
PBT: This product is not identified as a PBT/vPvB substance.
Section 3: Composition/information on ingredients
3.2. Mixtures
Hazardous ingredients:
XYLENE
EINECS CAS CHIP Classification CLP Classification Percent
215-535-7 1330-20-7 -: R10; Xn: R20/21; Xi: R38 Flam. Liq. 3: H226; Acute Tox. 4: H332;
Acute Tox. 4: H312; Skin Irrit. 2: H315
23.480%
PERGUT S20
- - F: R11; Xi: R38; Xn: R48/20; Xn:
R63; Xn: R65; -: R67
- 11.430%
Section 4: First aid measures
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4.1. Description of first aid measures
4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed
4.3. Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed
Section 5: Fire-fighting measures
5.1. Extinguishing media
5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture
5.3. Advice for fire-fighters
Section 6: Accidental release measures
6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures
6.2. Environmental precautions
6.3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up
6.4. Reference to other sections
Section 7: Handling and storage
7.1. Precautions for safe handling
7.2. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities
7.3. Specific end use(s)
Section 8: Exposure controls/personal protection
8.1. Control parameters
Hazardous ingredients:
XYLENE
Workplace exposure limits: Respirable dust
State 8 hour TWA 15 min. STEL 8 hour TWA 15 min. STEL
UK 220 mg/m3 441 mg/m3 - -
DNEL/PNEC Values
DNEL / PNEC No data available.
8.2. Exposure controls
Section 9: Physical and chemical properties
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9.1. Information on basic physical and chemical properties
State: Liquid
Colour: White
Odour: Of solvents
Viscosity: Viscous
Flash point°C: 41
9.2. Other information
Other information: No data available.
Section 10: Stability and reactivity
10.1. Reactivity
10.2. Chemical stability
10.3. Possibility of hazardous reactions
10.4. Conditions to avoid
10.5. Incompatible materials
10.6. Hazardous decomposition products
Section 11: Toxicological information
11.1. Information on toxicological effects
Hazardous ingredients:
XYLENE
ORL MUS LD50 2119 mg/kg
ORL RAT LD50 4300 mg/kg
SCU RAT LD50 1700 mg/kg
Relevant effects for mixture:
Effect Route Basis
Acute toxicity (harmful) INH DRM Hazardous: calculated
Irritation DRM Hazardous: calculated
Repeated dose toxicity INH Hazardous: calculated
Symptoms / routes of exposure
Section 12: Ecological information
12.1. Toxicity
Ecotoxicity values: No data available.
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12.2. Persistence and degradability
12.3. Bioaccumulative potential
12.4. Mobility in soil
12.5. Results of PBT and vPvB assessment
PBT identification: This product is not identified as a PBT/vPvB substance.
12.6. Other adverse effects
Section 13: Disposal considerations
13.1. Waste treatment methods
NB: The user's attention is drawn to the possible existence of regional or national
regulations regarding disposal.
Section 14: Transport information
14.1. UN number
UN number: UN1263
14.2. UN proper shipping name
14.3. Transport hazard class(es)
14.4. Packing group
Packing group: III
14.5. Environmental hazards
Environmentally hazardous: No Marine pollutant: Yes
14.6. Special precautions for user
Section 15: Regulatory information
15.1. Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or mixture
15.2. Chemical Safety Assessment
Section 16: Other information
Other information
Other information: This safety data sheet is prepared in accordance with Commission Regulation (EU) No
453/2010.
* indicates text in the SDS which has changed since the last revision.
Phrases used in s.2 and s.3: EUH208: Contains . May produce an allergic reaction.
H226: Flammable liquid and vapour.
H312: Harmful in contact with skin.
H315: Causes skin irritation.
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H332: Harmful if inhaled.
H361d: Suspected of damaging the unborn child.
H373: May cause damage to organs through
prolonged or repeated exposure no other routes of exposure cause the hazard>.
R10: Flammable.
R11: Highly flammable.
R20/21: Harmful by inhalation and in contact with skin.
R38: Irritating to skin.
R48/20: Harmful: danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure through
inhalation.
R63: Possible risk of harm to the unborn child.
R65: Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed.
R67: Vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness.
Legend to abbreviations: PNEC = predicted no effect level
DNEL = derived no effect level
LD50 = median lethal dose
LC50 = median lethal concentration
EC50 = median effective concentration
IC50 = median inhibitory concentration
dw = dry weight
bw = body weight
cc = closed cup
oc = open cup
MUS = mouse
GPG = guinea pig
RBT = rabbit
HAM = hamster
HMN = human
MAM = mammal
PGN = pigeon
IVN = intravenous
SCU = subcutaneous
SKN = skin
DRM = dermal
OCC = ocular/corneal
PCP = phycico-chemical properties
Legal disclaimer: Even after washing the rags must never be crumpled into a ball but spread out and
disposed of. Use synthetic fibre cloths whree possible as natural fibres, especially
cotton, increase the chances of spontaneous combustion. This data sheet provides
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guidance on health, safety and environmental aspects of the product and shoud not be
construed as any guarantee of technical performance or suitability for particular
applications. As the specific conditions of use of the product are outside the supplier's
control, the user is responsible for ensuring that the requirements of relevant legislation
are complied with.
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Charakteristics: Air drying alkyd-modified acrylic resin
Supplied as: 60% in white spirit K 30
Use: For fast-drying industrial coatings with good weathering resistance, for air-drying and forced
stove-drying.
Properties:
flow time in sec. 80-120
(45% in white spirit K 30)
(in-house method AV-F-V003)
Gardner colour value < 10
(as supplied)
(in-house method AV-F-F007)
non-volatile content 60 +/- 1%
(as supplied)
(in-house method AV-F-F003)
flash point in °C 42
(as supplied)
(in-house method AV-F006)
density in g/ml 0.946
(Lieferform)
(in-house method AV-F-D001)
acid value < 5
(relative to nvc)
(in-house method AV-F-S001)
Solubility /
Dilutability: Solvent Dilute sultion clear until ...% non-vol. comp.
50 40 30 15 5
White spirit K 30 + + + o -
White spirit K 21 + + + + +
White spirit 80/110 + + + + +
White spirit 100/140 + + + + +
Shellsol A + + + + +
Xylene + + + + +
Toluene + + + + +
Diacetone alcohol + + + + +
Butyl acetate 98/100 + + + + +
EPA + + + + +
MEK + + + + +
MIBK + + + + +
Butanol + + - - -
Ethanol + o - - -
Solvesso 150 + + + + +
+ = completely clear, no turbidity
o = slightly turbid
- = very turbid
Compatibility: Non-vol. comp.: Synthalat-A 397 90 75 50 25 10 %
Non-vol. comp.: Combination partner 10 25 50 75 90 %
Laroflex MP 45 - - - - -
Laroflex MP 35 - - - - -
Laroflex MP 25 - - - - -
Pergut S 40 + + + + +
Pergut S 20 + + + + +
Pergut S 10 + + - - -
CAB 551-0,01 - - - - -
CAB 381-0,1 - - - - -
Vinylite VAGH - - - - -
Vinylite VROH - - - - -
NC-Wolle E 400 - - + + +
NC-Wolle E 510 - - - + +
Laropal A 81 / 50 X + + + + +
Tungophen 50% X + + + + +
Synthalat A 570 - - - - -
A 597 - - - - -
A 3269 - - - - -
A 521 - - - - +
A 526 - - - - +
A 526 HS - - - - +
A 397 - - - - -
+ = compatible
- = incompatible

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