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Discover the best Zinc Methacrylate crosslinking agent at Wellt. We’re a leading Chinese manufacturer specializing in high-quality crosslinking agents for various industries. Our Zinc Methacrylate (ZDMA) offers superior properties for optimal performance and durability. Trust our expertise to provide the perfect solution for your crosslinking needs. Contact us today for more info and orders.

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    Introducing Zinc Methacrylate from Wellt

    Our product brand: Wellt ZDMA

• Wellt introduces Zinc Methacrylate, a highly versatile crosslinking agent
• Specifically designed for various industries with exceptional performance
• Superior technical properties provide excellent adhesion and improved durability
• Unique molecular structure allows for enhanced compatibility with substrates
• Extensively tested and proven to meet high standards of quality and reliability
• A top choice for businesses seeking efficiency and effectiveness
• Upgrade your formulations today and experience the benefits of ZDMA from Wellt. Trust in our expertise to elevate your products.

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Zinc Methacrylate Technical Data
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    Zinc Methacrylate Technical Data

    Our product brand: Wellt ZDMA

CAS NO.: 13189-00-9

CHEMICAL NAME: Zinc Methacrylate

Zinc Methacrylate & ZDMA crosslinking agent Specifications

Appearance:White or pale yellow powder
Acid value (mgKOH/g):5-15
Heating loss(%) max:0.5
Residue on150μm sieve (%) max:1
Bag:20kg(net) paper bag with PE-inlay
Shelf Life: 6 months

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Discover the power of Zinc Methacrylate (ZDMA), a premium crosslinking agent for sale. Enhance your products and processes with this versatile compound used across multiple industries. Contact us now to learn more and order!

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    Why Wellt's Zinc Methacrylate

    Our product brand: Wellt ZDMA

• It has excellent heat resistance with a heating loss value of only 0.5%, allowing use in high-temperature applications.
• Its low acid value between 5-15 mgKOH/g prevents substrate corrosion and ensures long-lasting bonds.
• Widely applicable as an adhesive, coating, or primer for industries like industrial, automotive, and aerospace due to low 1% residue on a 150μm sieve.
• Offers consistent quality, outstanding adhesion, high heat stability, and prevents corrosion, making it suitable for all adhesive and coating needs.

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The addition of ZDMA to rubber compounds enhances their mechanical and chemical properties, leading to improved durability, resilience, and heat resistance. When added during the vulcanization process, ZDMA forms crosslinks between the polymer chains in the rubber, thereby increasing the rigidity and strength of the material. Consequently, rubber products treated with ZDMA are less likely to degrade under harsh operating conditions, extending the lifespan of the final product. This quality makes ZDMA particularly beneficial in the manufacturing of high-performance rubber products, such as automotive tires, industrial hoses, and conveyor belts.

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Q: What is the role of ZDMA in rubber composites?

A: ZDMA plays the role of a crosslinking agent in rubber composites, enhancing their properties such as toughness, modulus, and low-temperature performance.

Q: What are the typical conditions for curing rubber with ZDMA?

A: Rubber is typically cured with ZDMA at temperatures around °C for 3 minutes, using a suitable curing agent such as dicumyl peroxide (DCP).

Q: How does ZDMA contribute to the crosslinking of rubber chains?

A: ZDMA forms covalent cross-links with rubber molecular chains, leading to increased cross-linking degree and improved composite properties.
A: The results and discussion highlight the enhancement of composite properties, such as fracture toughness, modulus, and low-temperature performance, due to the use of ZDMA as a crosslinking agent.

Q: Can ZDMA be used with other types of rubber besides SBR and NBR?

A: Yes, ZDMA can be used with other rubber types, including SBR (styrene-butadiene rubber) and NBR (acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber), to achieve similar covalent cross-linking effects.
A: The recommended concentration of ZDMA, typically measured in parts per hundred rubber (phr), is crucial in determining the degree of cross-linking and composite properties.

Q: How does ZDMA influence the morphology of rubber-based composites?

A: ZDMA influences the morphology of rubber-based composites by promoting the formation of covalent cross-links, leading to improved dispersion of fillers and enhanced composite properties.

Q: In what ways does ZDMA contribute to the enhancement of rubber composite properties?

A: ZDMA contributes to the enhancement of rubber composite properties by acting as a reinforcing agent and forming covalent cross-links between rubber chains, leading to increased toughness and modulus.

Q: What experimental techniques are commonly used to analyze the effects of ZDMA on rubber composites?

A: Experimental techniques such as dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) are commonly used to study the effects of ZDMA on the properties and morphology of rubber composites.

Q: What are the potential applications of ZDMA-crosslinked rubber composites?

A: ZDMA-crosslinked rubber composites have potential applications in various fields, including automotive, engineering, and technology, where enhanced mechanical properties and low-temperature performance are desirable.

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