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Brueggemann Reducing Agent TP 1853

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Function: Reducing Agent
Applicable Processes: Emulsion Polymerization
Features: Alkali Resistant, Good Color Stability, High Process Robustness, High Reactivity
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Technical Data Sheet
Brueggemann Reducing Agent TP 1853 Technical Data Sheet
Brueggemann Reducing Agent TP 1853 Technical Data Sheet
Technical Data Sheet

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Identification & Functionality

Brueggemann Reducing Agent TP 1853 Features & Benefits

Advantages
  • Increased reactivity
  • Faster reactions
  • Higher safety due to reproducible performance
  • Decrease of VOC’s
  • Decrease of residual monomer content
  • Technical advantages in the polymerization process
  • Improved properties for end product polymers and latices
  • No discoloration of latex
  • No release of formaldehyde or any other VOC
  • Better filtration of emulsion polymer

Applications & Uses

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Applicable Processes
Use Level
0.05 - 0.2% (on total formulation for post polymerization)
Applications
  • Reducing Agent TP 1853 can be used in redox systems in combination with all commonly used oxidizing agents.
  • Reducing Agent TP 1853 is typically applied in solution at a concentration of 3-5%.
  • Reducing Agent TP 1853 should be used at reaction temperatures between 50 and 80°C.
  • Reducing Agent TP 1853 is applicable over a pH range from 2 to 8.
Fields of Application

Reducing Agent TP 1853 shows excellent performance for the emulsion polymerization of vinyl acetate based systems.

Properties

Physical Form
Appearance
White powder
Odor
Characteristic
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Melting Point (decomposition)min. 150°C-
Characteristics
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Alkaline ResistanceGood--
Acid ResistanceDecomposition--
Solubility
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Solubility in Water (at 20°C)approx. 150g/l-

Regulatory & Compliance

Food Contact Notification

Reducing Agent TP 1853 has FDA food contact notification with respect to the following chapters:

  • §175.105 “Adhesives”
  • §175.125 “Pressure Sensitive Adhesives”
  • §177.2600 “Rubber articles for repeated use”
  • §176.170 “Paper and board / aqueous and fatty food”
  • §176.180 “Paper and board / dry food”
  • §175.300 “Resinous and polymeric coatings”
  • §175.320 “Resinous and polymeric coatings for polyolefin films”

Safety & Health

Health and Safety Information
  • Reducing Agent TP 1853 is not classified as hazardous according to the valid CLP-Regulation. However, this does not exclude that the product is hazardous in its application of a hazardous material within the meaning of the Ordinance on Hazardous Substances.
  • Therefore, a risk assessment has to be carried out prior to commencing activities. In any case, the general rules for handling chemicals must be observed.

Packaging & Availability

Packaging Type
Packaging Information

Reducing Agent TP 1853 is supplied in 25 kg PE bags. Standard delivery form is 20 bags/500 kg on a CP5 pallet.

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
12 Months
Storage and Stability Information
  • Reducing Agent TP 1853 has a significantly increased reactivity compared to other reducing agents resulting in a higher sensitivity to ambient moisture.
  • In unopened packaging Brüggemann guarantees a shelf life of at least 12 months if stored properly (25°C / dry).
  • Reducing Agent TP 1853 must not be stored together with oxidizing substances or acids.
  • Opened packaging, especially laboratory samples, should be closed tightly after use and stored under cool and dry conditions.
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