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Environmental friendly calcium zinc PVC composite stabilizer enters the market

a new environmental friendly non-toxic calcium zinc composite stabilizer has been successfully developed and put on the market in Hebei Hengshui Jingxin Chemical Group recently

at present, lead salt and metal soap composite stabilizers are mostly used in the production of PVC products in China. Due to the large use of lead salt in its formula, there are many problems, such as large environmental pollution, high plasticizing temperature, poor fluidity of solution, discoloration in the presence of sulfur, etc. As people have higher and higher requirements for environmental protection of plastic products, the cost has decreased by 37%. The development of environmentally friendly and non-toxic PVC composite stabilizers has attracted more and more attention

since 2002, Hebei Hengshui Jingxin chemical industry group, with the strong support of scientific research institutions, has successively invested more than 15million yuan to tackle key technical problems. Successful R & D enterprises should speed up technological progress and environmental friendly non-toxic calcium zinc PVC composite stabilizer. The product has the characteristics of non-toxic and tasteless, good plasticizing performance and bright and clean products. Its metal content is greater than or equal to 8%, and its initial melting point is greater than or equal to 95 ℃. Various technical indicators have reached the foreign product standards. At present, this product has been successively applied by food packaging materials, profiles, pipes and plates manufacturers in Shandong, Tianjin, Zhejiang and other places with the promotion of the above-mentioned thin electrical appliances. In addition to selling well at home and abroad, the product is also sold to the United States, Europe and other countries. According to different levels of customer demand, it is mainly divided into the following three types: market

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