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Metallocene polypropylene wax

Licocene® PP 6102 granules

Licocene PP 6102 granules is a low viscous, crystalline metallocene polypropylene wax.
  • Excellent dispersing agent for PP fibre masterbatches
  • Excellent wetting of pigments and additives in masterbatches
  • Low energy input
  • Highly efficient in dispersion and to low viscosity and lower melting point compared to PP resin
  • Efficient external lubricant for PVC
The product does not require a hazard warning label according CLP regulation (Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008, as amended).
For further information please refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet.
Delivery Specifications and (*) General Properties
CharacteristicsUnitTarget valueTest method
Appearance  white granules  QM-AA-634  
Drop point [°C]  142 - 148  ASTM D 3954  
Viscosity [mPa·s] 50 - 70 DIN 53019 (170°C)
Density (23°C) [g/cm³] 0.89 - 0.91ISO 1183
Licocene PP 6102 granules is a low viscous Metallocene catalyzed Polypropylene wax. With its high crystallinity and low molecular weight, Licocene PP 6102 granules is a highly compatible modifier for open time, set time and viscosity, especially for polyolefin based hot melt adhesives. 

Used as a dispersing aid for pigment concentrates, Licocene PP 6102 granules guarantees high loadings and an outstanding dispersion of the pigments and additives being used. 

Licocene PP 6102 granules is used as an external lubricant for PVC extrusion and as a processing aid for Polypropylene.
Packaging and Handling
Delivery form
The product is also available in other physical form.

Polyethylene bag 15 kg
Pallet 750 kg (50 bags)
Big Bag 800 kg
Big Bag 900 kg

For best shelf life store this product in a dry area at normal ambient temperatures.
Minimum shelf life is two years from the date of shipping when properly stored.

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