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Light stabilizer for plastic materials

Hostavin® N 30 micro pills

Hostavin N 30 micro pills is an oligomeric hindered amine light stabilizer (HALS), designed for light stabilization of plastic materials. This HALS is characterized by its broad compatibility and excellent resistance to migration.
  • Highly effective Light Stabilizer
  • Excellent thermal and colour stability 
  • Excellent hydrolysis resistance
  • OIT booster combined with phenolic AO
  • Lower sensitivity to acidic environment
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.
Physical Properties
Appearance  Pale yellowish micro pills
Bulk Density ~ 0,6 g/cm³
Melting Range > 148 °C
Solubility Data, at 20 °C(in g/l)  
Water Insoluble
n-Butanol > 500
n-Butyl Acetate > 500
Xylene 400
Ethyl Acetate 200
Isopropanol > 500
MEK > 500
Application Plastics
Hostavin N 30 micro pills is recommended for light stabilization of polyolefins, styrenics, PA, POM, PBT, PVC, etc.
In addition to its role of light stabilizer, Hostavin N 30 micro pills offers a pronounced contribution to the long-term heat stability of polymer products.
With his low basicity, Hostavin N 30 micro pills ensures an improved resistance to chemical attacks by e.g. agrochemicals, pesticides, acid rains, etc. It is then highly suitable for agricultural applications, e.g greenhouse films or silage films.
Packaging and Handling
Delivery form
Micro Pills
The product is also available in other physical forms.

Polyethylene bag 20 kg
Pallet 500 kg (25 bags)

Minimum shelf life is 5 years from the date of shipping when properly stored.
For best shelf life store this product in a dry area at normal ambient temperatures.

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