CAC725 is a calcium aluminate complex made from the reaction of ground calcium carbonate (GCC) and aluminum to obtain a special designed cross-linkable filler aqueous dispersion, which is used for application in the NBR glove manufacturing process. It acts as a crosslinking agent to function with carboxylic acid of nitrile elastomer chain and can also form a high density ionic bond to improve the modulus, strength, wearing durability and water resistance, where no sulfur and accelerator are required in order to reduce type IV allergy risk. It also acts as filler and can be added in nitrile latex up to the total amount of 40phr in order to save raw material costs without causing any filler side effects such as pin holes, lumps and sedimentation that is found when using other conventional fillers.
A102 is a water base cross linker used for application in NBR latex dipping process to make finger cots, disposable gloves or industrial gloves. The products produced by using A102 have excellent physical and chemical performances and are free of accelerator, sulfur and zinc oxide to minimize allergy and environmental risk.
A102 is 100% water soluble to simplify the powder-form additives during the grinding and dispersing process. It can also reduce the sedimentation problem in latex dipping tank.
The gloves produced by using A102 fit the ASTM6319, ASTM3577 and EN455 glove requirements with a better performance in water and chemical resistance, wearing durability, softness, low modulus, elongation and similar tensile strength compared to traditional sulfur made products.
Free of zinc, toxic heavy metals, phenol, and formaldehyde to fit Japan and EN1186 Food Law for food grade glove requirements.