Low molecular PIB (PIB 4, 6, 8, 24, 30, 32) NSF certified
The low molecular PIB types are clear, bright of color. Furthermore these types are predominantly composed of aliphatic mono-olefins.
The low molecular PIB types are often used in the following applications:
- Stretch films
PIB is an abbrevation for polyisobutylene. Polyisobutene is used to enhance manufacturing processes and product effectiveness.
The extensive PIB line ranges from low viscosity/ low molecular weight grades (300 daltons/ 15 cSt at 40C) to high viscosity/ high molecular weight grades (4200 daltons / 13,000 cSt at 100C). These products are non-toxic, and are registered to comply with all requirements for cosmetics and food grade applications.
|Grade Low molecular weight||Industry||Moleculen weight (daltons)||Viscositeit (cSt @ 37,8 °C)|
|PIB 4||Cosmetics, Lubricants, Plasticizer||350||16|
|PIB 6||Cosmetics, Lubricants, Plasticizer||365||30|
|PIB 8||Cosmetics, Lubricants, Plasticizer||500||106|
|PIB 10||Cosmetics, Lubricants, Plasticizer||600||500|
|PIB 16||Lubricants, Plasticizer||675||1000|
|PIB 24||Cosmetics, Lubricants||1080||8710|
|PIB 30||Adhesives, Cosmetics, Lubricants, Stretch Films||1200||19500|
|PIB 32||Adhesives, Cosmetics, Lubricants, Stretch Films||1345||28000|