AKPEROX LPT-N Methyl peroxide MEKP

The product is mainly used for:

Hand Layup - Spray

Resin Transfer Molding (RTM)

acrylic (loanword)

Vinyl Resins

rubberized clothing

chemical name
Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide
CAS UN EINECS/ELINCS abridge
1338-23-4 3105 700-954-4 MEKP
AO (%) Content (%) SADT (°C) DILUENT
8,4 – 8,6 34 – 36 60 Diisononyl Phthalate
stickiness intensity exterior condition plastic bucket
28 (@20° C) 1,017 ± 0,005 (@20° C) fluids 5 / 30 kgs
cassette barrel (of oil etc) Storage temperature date of use (on foodstuffs)
4 x 5kgs (-5) / (+25) 3 M
color metal content solid
colorless - -
use
AKPEROX LPT-N is a general purpose MEKP for curing unsaturated polyester (UP) resins at room and elevated temperatures. LPT provides longer setting times than other ketone peroxides. It is particularly well suited for applications requiring longer set times, as well as for the production of large parts and coiled tubing. Recommended for use with vinyl ester resins. Suitable for gelcoat applications with low hydrogen peroxide and low water content to prevent bubbles and cracks in the surface quality.

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