HAKUENKA® CCR-S

HAKUENKA CCR-S features excellent heat stability. It can be easily dispersed in various kinds of resins.

Common Applications: HAKUENKA CCR-S was specially developed to improve curing conditions for the model LP282 of polysulfide sealant from Toray Fine Chemicals Co., Ltd. LP282 is different from LP55. LP282 uses tin as a catalyst while LP55 uses lead which is less environmentally friendly than tin. HAKUENKA CCR-S has 80 nm ultra-fine particles similar to HAKUENKA CCR. The difference is the chemical coating agent.

Type: Precipitated Calcium Carbonate

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