液体受阻胺光稳定剂 Tiangang® HS-508

Liquid High Effectiveness Hindered Amine light stabilizer (HALS)
 
Chemical name Mixture of bis(1,2,2,6,6-pentamethyl-4-piperidinyl) sebacate and methyl(1,2,2,6,6-pentamethyl-4-piperidinyl) sebacate
CAS number 41556-26-7  / 82919-37-7
Structure Tiangang® HS-508
Description Tiangang® HS-508 is a highly effective radical scavenger belonging to the Hindered Amine Light Stabilizers (HALS) family of stabilizers. It is a liquid HALS that displays outstanding light stabilities in applications, like coatings, printing ink, and polyurethane lacquer, preventing the surface from blowing-out or peeling-off. It is widely used for light stability in polypropylene, polyethylene, styrenics, unsaturated polyester, acrylics, vinyl polymers (PVC, PVB), including plastisols, elastomers, adhesives, sealants and coatings. In particular, it is often recommended for polyurethanes because of its solubility in polyols. Tiangang® HS-508 (292) typically demonstrates reduced interaction with co-additives such as pigments or other stabilizers. Tiangang® HS-508 (292) has strong synergy effect with UV absorbent of benzotriazo family, particularly when used in coatings for automotives and wooden furniture.
 
Typical properties
Tiangang® HS-508 Appearance Active content Ash Specific gravity g/ml
Clear, colorless liquid ≥ 97% ≤ 0.10% 0.99
 
Solubility @ 25°C (g/100 ml solvent)
Tiangang® HS-508 Water Styrene Acetone Cyclohexane Isopropyl alcohol Hexane Toluene Xylene
0.001 110 340 110 238 230 327 268
 
Safety & handling
Tiangang® HS-508 The use of proper protective equipment is recommended. Excess exposure to the product should be avoided. Wash thoroughly after handling. Store the product in a cool, dry, well ventilated area away from incompatible materials.
 
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