|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100KGS|
|Packaging Details:||25KG/ drum|
|Delivery Time:||5-8working days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||1000 Metric Tons/Metric Ton per month|
|Produt Name:||Optical Brightener||Standard:||SGS|
|Usage:||Plastic Auxiliary Agents||Purity:||99.9%|
|Molecular Weight:||414||CAS No:||1533-45-5|
|Molecular Formula:||C2 8 H1 8 N2 O2||Appearance:||Yellowish/greenish Powder|
|Classification:||Chemical Auxiliary Agent||HS Code:||3204200000|
350mesh Optical Brightening Agent,
Greenish Powder Optical Brightener Ob1,
1533-45-5 Optical Brightener Ob1
OB-1 is a whitening agent with excellent whitening effect on PVC materials. It is suitable for various textiles, plastic pellets, pipes, profiles, plates, low price and good effect. It is a cost-effective plastic whitening product.
|Chemical Name||Optical Brightener Ob-1 Fba393 CAS 1533-45-5 Fluorescent Brightener for Plastic|
|Packing||25KG cardboard drums are packed in double lined bags and kept away from light in a cool, dry place.|
1. Suitable for whitening polyester fiber, nylon fiber, polypropylene fiber and other chemical fiber.
2. Suitable for the conventional polymerization of polyester and nylon.
3.Especially suitable for high temperature molding of plastic products whitening.
Add OB-1 Brightener to every 100kg of material:
1. EVA, polypropylene, nylon, polycarbonate and other added in 5 ~ 20g.
2.The amount of polyester fiber added in 10g ~ 40g.
OB-1 is recommended to increase the whiteness of polyester and polyamide (nylon) fibers as well as in high temperature engineering plastics, including polycarbonates, polyesters, and polyamides (nylon). It is also suitable for use in styrenic and acrylic polymers.
Packing and Storage:
In accordant with good industrial practice, handle with care and prevent contamination of the environment. Avoid dust formation and ignition source.
For optical brighteners, the program encourages manufacturers to use those that pose "low toxicity to humans and the environment both as parent chemicals and degradation byproducts." Optical brighteners aren't readily biodegradable and may bioaccumulate, so they pose a potential hazard to aquatic life.