Why are anti-tacks necessary? Uncured rubber does not have great adhesive characteristics compared to other substrates but does like to stick to itself. This property is called tack. Freshly mixed rubber is especially tacky.
Anti-adhesives are the materials needed to eliminate rubber self-adhesive properties. These materials are applied to unsulfurized rubber surfaces and stored during the rubber manufacturing process, providing separation or release. Uncured rubber is defined as rubber that does not have excellent bonding performance compared to other rubbers. This rubber is viscous and is called sticky. Long-chain polymer molecules are present in rubber in a spiral structure, and when rubber is mixed with other elements, long-chain polymer molecules dissolve and form several similar structures. Thus, when a similar uncured rubber surface comes into contact, the polymer molecules are entangled together, which leads to cohesion between the two rubber surfaces. Therefore, based on a stronger cohesive key, the spiral structure responds to a tighter coil over time. When the temperature of the rubber increases and its viscosity decreases, its viscosity increases. As a result, anti-adhesives are required to prevent rubber surfaces from sticking to each other.
In 2014, the Asia Pacific region accounted for more than 50% of the anti-adhesive market, showing the highest regional demand in the rubber anti-adhesive market. The region, and ASEAN in particular, is largely responsible for the production of rubber. This, in turn, has led to a high demand for rubber processed chemicals such as anti-adhesives. Countries such as Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia are the largest consumers of anti-adhesives due to the mass production of rubber.
Fihonor Group products three from of anti- tacks(release agent, anti-tack coating, anti-tacking agent), powder, Cream and liquid suitable for difference usage.
Powder Batch-off Release Agent PRP-30D/PRP-75A/PRP-75C
1. High cost performance;
2. Good isolation, good stability and fast drying speed;
3. The recommended ratio concentration is 2%-5%.