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Discover the Best Taic Crosslinking Agent - Triallylisocyanurate, Manufactured by Wellt

Discover the best TAIC crosslinking agent at Wellt, a trusted China-based manufacturer. Our high-quality Triallylisocyanurate (TAIC) offers excellent crosslinking properties for various applications, enhancing heat resistance, mechanical strength, and chemical resistance—ideal for industries like automotive, electronics, and construction. Trust Wellt for top-notch TAIC. Contact us for more info or to order.

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    Introducing taic crosslinking agent from Wellt

    Our product brand: Wellt TAIC

  • Taic crosslinking agent is introduced as a revolutionary multi-functional olefin monomer containing aromatic heterocyclic compounds, designed as both a cross-linking agent and modifier.
  • In peroxide systems, taic is typically used at 1-3% weight ratio with 0.2-1% DCP, showing significant improvements to heat, flame, solvent and mechanical strength plus electrical properties without unpleasant odors.
  • Major application is as a cross-linked modifier for thermoplastics like polyethylene, PVC, chlorinated polyethylene, EVA and polystyrene, greatly enhancing quality and performance when added.
  • Taic can also act as a co-vulcanizing agent for special rubbers like ethylene-propylene and fluorine rubber, helping shorten curing time at 0.5-4% weight ratio with DCP while boosting strength, abrasion and corrosion resistance.
  • Wellt’s taic crosslinking agent offers technical excellence and professional grade quality as a perfect solution for cross-linking needs.
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taic crosslinking agent Technical Data
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    taic crosslinking agent Technical Data

    Our product brand: Wellt TAIC

CAS NO.: 1025-15-6

CHEMICAL NAME: Triallylisocyanurate

Molecular formula: C12H15O3N3

Taic crosslinking agent & Triallylisocyanurate Specifications

ItemTop grade(Liquid)General Grade(Liquid)Powder
Appearance :Slight yellow oil liquid  or crystalSlight yellow oil liquid  or crystalWhite powder or granule
GC Content/Purity (%):98 min.95 min.70 min.
Residue on ignition (%): ----30 max.
Acid value(mg KOH/g):0.5 max.1.0 max.--
Color intensity APHA:55 max.----
Melting Point(°C):21.5-26.5----

Taic crosslinking agent & Triallylisocyanurate For Sale

Discover our top-notch Taic crosslinking agent and Triallylisocyanurate for sale. Enhance your products and processes with these high-quality, reliable solutions. Perfect for industrial applications or personal use. Contact us now to learn more and order.

Why Wellt's Taic crosslinking agent
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    Why Wellt's Taic crosslinking agent

    Our product brand: Wellt TAIC

  • It has versatility for use in synthetic rubbers, flame retardants, and agrochemicals due to its cross-linking properties.
  • TAIC serves multiple purposes as an aromatic and multi-functional cross-linking agent
  • Noted as a higher quality cross-linking agent than di-vinylbenzene for resins and ion exchange
  • Greatly improves heat resistance, mechanical properties, and cross-linking efficiency of polymers and rubbers
  • Enables cross-linking at lower radiation dosages, making it suitable for radiation-controlled environments

Related Product Recommendation

Triallylisocyanurate (TAIC) is a versatile compound widely used in various industries. It enhances heat resistance, weatherability, and mechanical properties of products as a crosslinking polymer co-agent. TAIC is also used in synthesizing high-performance resins and additives. Its applications range from heat-shrinkable tubes to solar panel manufacturing. This document explores TAIC's characteristics, functions, and potential uses in different sectors.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Want to know more about taic crosslinking agent, Triallylisocyanurate

Q: What is the meaning of the cas 1025-15-6 for the taic crosslinking agent, Triallylisocyanurate?

A: The CAS number 1025-15-6 refers to the unique identifier assigned by the Chemical Abstracts Service for the chemical compound Triallylisocyanurate, commonly used as a taic crosslinking agent in rubber science.

A: Spectral information of Triallylisocyanurate, including the pubchem CID and GSRS, can be accessed from databases such as Chemidplus and EPA DSStox. Remember to review their terms of use and applicable law.

A: The structure of the taic crosslinking agent, Triallylisocyanurate, can be found in the Chemidplus and Pubchem databases. Information related to the structure is usually made freely available unless otherwise stated.

A: The related records are typically made available freely under the domain of public science. However, in some cases, written permission may be required. Therefore, it’s recommended to check the specific terms of use for the data source.

Q: What are the potential side effects that may cause due to exposure to Triallylisocyanurate?

A: Specific side effects can vary depending on the individual and the level of exposure. Therefore, binding safety data from sources like EPA DSStox should always be consulted when handling this compound.

Q: Which are the 6 chemical vendors who provide the taic crosslinking agent, Triallylisocyanurate?

A: For a comprehensive list of the chemical vendors for Triallylisocyanurate, refer to chemical databases such as Pubchem and Chemidplus which should provide commercial supplier lists. Wellt is amongst those that supply this compound.

Q: Can Triallylisocyanurate be used promotional for the chemical names of rubber products?

A: Yes, the chemical name Triallylisocyanurate is often associated with rubber products. Using it in promotional content can be scientifically accurate but it’s advised to get explicit permission when needed as limitation could apply according to copyright rules.

Q: How can I get the lot number for a supply of taic crosslinking agent, Triallylisocyanurate, from a vendor?

A: Lot number for your supply can typically be obtained from the vendor directly. If not included in your purchase documents, contact the vendor. Each vendor usually has unique lot numbers for quality control purposes.

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