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The comprehensive sourcebookfor locating and identifying

chemical tradename product lines

in the international marketplace



Chemical Tradename

Dictionary

Compiled by Michael and Irene Ash



Contains over 14,000 entries

for chemical tradename product lines

currently sold throughout the world



WILEY-VCH

New York • Chichester • Weinheim • Brisbane • Singapore • Toronto



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this book is identical to previous printings*



Michael Ash

Irene Ash

Synapse Information Resources, Inc.

1247 Taft Avenue

Endicott, New York 13760



Copyright © 1993 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. AU rights reserved.

Originally published as ISBN 1-56081-625-2

Published simultaneously in Canada.

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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Ash, Michael

Chemical Tradename dictionary/Compiled by Michael and Irene Ash

p.

cm.

ISBN 0-471-18857-3

1. Chemicals—Dictionaries 2.

Chemicals—Trademarks.

I. Ash, Irene.

II. Title

TF9.A73

1992

660'.03—dc20



Printed in the United States of America



10 9 8 7



6 5 4 3



92-35154

CIP



Preface

This key reference serves as the most comprehensive source for identifying product lines in

the international chemical marketplace. The chemical industry is rapidly expanding in product

innovation and specialty manufacturing. Any professional involved in the purchasing of

tradename products has experienced problems in identifying and locating these chemicals and

is usually forced to spend long and tedious hours consulting a multitude of sources. This

moderately priced sourcebook, which is regularly updated, provides brief, accurate descriptions

of the product lines including the chemical classification, function, and/or application. Proprietary chemicals are identified by function alone.

The scope of this reference includes tradename chemicals from the entire spectrum of

chemical materials used in manufacturing. Some of the areas covered are:

cosmetic additives

catalysts

adhesives and sealants

paint additives

detergent materials

wetting agents

emulsifiers

cutting oils

agricultural chemicals

colors and pigments

fillers, modifiers, and reinforcing materials

films

plastic compounds, resins, and additives

natural and synthetic elastomers, and additives

textile specialty chemicals

The second part of this book contains a detailed Manufacturers Directory including all the

necessary contact information needed by the user to obtain technical and material handling data

sheets on individual products directly from the manufacturers.

The information provided in this book is the culmination of many years of research and direct

contact with over 2300 chemical manufacturers. We are especially grateful to Roberta Dakan

for her skill and dedication in the development and maintenance of the tradename database that

generated this reference work. Her talent and dedication have been instrumental in the success

of this project



M. & I. Ash



NOTE

The information contained in this series is accurate to the best of our

knowledge; however, no liability will be assumed by the publisher for the

correctness or comprehensiveness of such information. The determination of

the suitability of any of the products for prospective use is the responsibility of

the user. It is herewith recommended that those who plan to use any of the

products referenced seek the manufacturer's instructions for the handling of

that particular chemical.



ABBREVIATIONS

ABS

acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene

absorp

.

...absorption

ACN

acrylonilrile

agric

agricultural

AMP

2-amino -2-methyl-l- propanol

anhyd

anhydrous

applic(s)

application(s)

ao,

aoucous

ASA

acrylic-styrene-acrylonitrile

ATH

alumina trihydrate

aux

.

auxiliary

BMC

bulk molding compound

BP..........

British Pharmacopeia

BR

butadiene rubbers, polybutadicncs

B/S

butadiene/styrene

C

degrees Centigrade

CFC

,

chlorofluorocarbon

char

.

characteristic

compd

compound

cone

concentrated, concentration

coeff.

coefficient

compr

compression

conduct.

conductive

CP

Canadian Pharmacopeia

CPE

chlorinated polyethylene

CPVC

chlorinated polyvinyl chloride

CR..

chloroprene rubber, polychloroprene

CTFA

Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association

DEA

..diethanolaxnide, diethanolamine

deriv

derivativc(s)

dielec

dielectric

DMC

4,4'-dichloro(methylbenzhydrol)

DMDM

dimethylol dimethyl

DNA

deoxyribonudeic acid

DOP

dioctyl phthalate

DTPA

diethylene triamine pentaacetic acid

DVB

divinylbenzene

EDTA

ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid

etec...

electrical

EP

extreme pressure

E/MA

ethy lene-methyl acrylate

EMC

electromagnetic conductive

EMI

electromagnetic interference

EO.......................................................................................................................................ethyk

EPDM

...........ethylene-propylene-diene rubber

EPM

ethylene-propylene rubber

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ESD.........................................................................................................................electrostatic discharge

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ETFE

.......ethylene tetrafluoroethylene

w.......

EVA.........................................................................................................................ethylene vinyl acetate

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FCC .....................a...........................

Food Chemicals Codex

FD&C

Foods, Drugs, and Cosmetics

FEP

fluorinated ethylene propylene

FRP

fiberglass-reinforced plastics

GRP

glass-reinforced plastics

HAF

high abrasion furnace carbon black

HCl

hydrochloric acid

HEDTA

hydroxycthylenediamine triacetic acid

HDPE

high-density polyethylene

HIPS

high-impact polystyrene

HPIX!

high performance liquid chromatography

HT

.....heat transfer

IC

integrated circuit

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including

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isoprene rubber (synthetic)

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low-density polyethylene



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linear low-density polyethylene

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MA

methacrylic acid

MCPA........................................................................................ (4-chloro-2-methylphenoxy) acetic acid

MDI ...............................

methvlene diDhenvlene isocvanate

MDM

monomethylol dimethyl

MDPE.....

medium density polyethylene

MEA



monoethanolamine, monoethanolamide

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mechanial

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......2-pyrrolkione-5-carboxylic acid

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PEG

PEK

PEI

PES

PET

petrol

PFA

pH

x%Vo

PMMA

POE

POM

POP

powd

pp

PPE.

PPG..

PPO

PPS

nren

prod

PS

pL

PTFE

PU

PVAc

PVAL

PVB

PVC

PVDC

PVDF

PVP

quat

resist

RFI

RIM

RNA

RT

RTV

SAN

S/B

SBR

SBS

SDA

SE

SEBS

sec

SMA

SMC

sol

sol*n

solv(s)

SPF



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polyethylene glycol

polycthcrkctone

polyetherimide

.polycther sulfone

polyethylene terephthalate

petroleum

perfluoroalkoxy

hydrogen-ion concentration

Dackacinc

polymethyl methacrylate

polyoxyethylene, polyoxyethylated

polyoxymethylene

DolvoxvDroDvlene. Dolvoxvoroovlated

powder

polypropylene

polyphenylene ether

polypropylene glycol

polyphenylene oxide

polyphenylene sulfide

oieoarationfs)

produces), production

polystyrene

..................................point

.polytetrafluoroethylene

....

........ polyure thane

poly vinyl acetate

polyvinyl alcohol

poly vinyl butyral

polyvinyl chloride

poly vinylidene chloride

polyvinylidene fluoride

Dolwinvlovrrolidone

quaternary

resistance

radio frequency interference

reaction injection molded/molding

....ribonucleic acid

room temperature

room temperature vulcanizing

styrene-acrylonitrile

styrene/butadiene

styrene/butadiene rubber

styrene-butadiene-styrene

specially denatured alcohol

self-emulsifying

styrene-ethylene/butylene-styrene

secondary

styrene maleic anhydride

sheet molding compound

soluble, solubility

solution

solvents)

sun protection factor



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TBHQ...................................................................................

tcrt-butyl hydroquinonc

TDI

toluene diisocyanate

TEA

triethanolamine, triethanolamide

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TFE

tetrafluoroethylcne

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TPO

thermoplastic polyolefin

TPR ..............................................

thermoplastic rubber

UHF

ultra high frequency

UHMW................................................., . ... .......................................ultra high molecular weight

UHMWPE

ultra high molecular weight polyethylene

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USP................................................................................................................Unites States Pharmacopeia

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.........ultraviolet

VA

vinyl acetate

VAE

vinyl acetate ethylene

VC

vinyl chloride

VHF

very hifch frequency

vise

viscous, viscosity

VLDPE

very low density polyethylene

VTR

video tape recorder

w/o

water-in-oil

XLPE

crosslinked polyethylene



Contents



Preface ........................................................................................



iii



Note .............................................................................................



iv



Abbreviations ...............................................................................



vii



Chemical Tradename Dictionary ..............................................



1



A- to Aztec® ........................................................................................



1



A- to Amiter .............................................................................



1



Amizyme to Aztec® .................................................................



24



B- to BZW-70 ......................................................................................



42



C- to Cyuram .......................................................................................



59



C- to Chemwet .........................................................................



59



Chemzoline to Cyuram ............................................................



75



D- to Dytron® XL ................................................................................



96



E- to E-Z-Duz-It ...................................................................................



120



F-1, 4 to Fyrquel® ...............................................................................



141



G- to G-White ......................................................................................



154



H-25 to Hyzod® ..................................................................................



165



I7860 to Izocyn T 80 ...........................................................................



180



Jafaester to JZF ..................................................................................



188



K to KZ Series .....................................................................................



190



L-7 to LZ Series ..................................................................................



200



M-25 to MZO-25 ..................................................................................



219



N-30 to NZ® Series ............................................................................



243



O® to Ozone Benign ...........................................................................



261



P- to Pyrovatex® .................................................................................



268



P- to Plastogen ........................................................................



268



Plastol® to Pyrovatex® ............................................................



284



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xi



xii



Contents

Q- to Qwiksalt .....................................................................................



304



R-60 Z-5 to Ryuron .............................................................................



307



S-25 to Systol ......................................................................................



323



S-25 to Sonojell® .....................................................................



323



Sonolube to Systol ...................................................................



345



T-9 to Tyzor .........................................................................................



365



U-2 CMC to Uvithane ..........................................................................



385



V- to Vyram® ......................................................................................



394



W13 Stabilizer to Wytox® ...................................................................



405



X-12 to YSE-Cure ...............................................................................



410



Zaclon® to Zytel® ...............................................................................



412



#1, 15, 30, 40 Oil to 1900 UHMW Polymers ......................................



416



Manufacturers Directory ...........................................................



417



Aakash Chemicals & Dye-Stuffs Inc. to Enimont ...............................



417



Eni-Trade Grafiske AS to O&C Corp. .................................................



452



Occidental to Zymet Inc. .....................................................................



491



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A

A- . [La Roche Chem.] Activated

aluminas; selective adsorbent.

A-I. [Monsanto] N,N'-Diphenylthiourea;

primary accelerator for latex and repair

stocks, CR, CR latex, and EPDM

sponge compds.

A-17. [Phillips] Butane; hydrocarbon propellant

A-20FG-0100, A-30FG-0100. [Thennofil] Glass-reinforced polystyrene.

A-0020 Series. [Goldsmith & Eggleton]

SBR/carbon black masterbatches.

A-31. [Phillips] Isobutane; hydrocarbon

propellant.

A-108. [Phillips] Propane; hydrocarbon

propellant.

A-625/641. [ICIAmJ Sorbitol; nutrient

and dietary supplement, food additive;

bodying agent for paper, textile, liq.

Pharmaceuticals; in mfg. of sorbose,

ascorbic acid, propylene glycol, synthetic plasticizers, resins; as humectant,

sequestrant.

A25656,26903,27529. [Polycom Huntsman] Brominated organic dispersions;

flame retardants for plastics.

AA. [CasChem] Castor oil; emollient for

industrial, cosmetic, pharmaceutical

applies.

AA. [PMC Specialties] Anthranilic acid;

antioxidant for fats, greases, lube oils,

and polyamides; sludge preventative in

furnace and lube oils; chelating agent

and sequestrant; corrosion inhibitor;

stabilizer of can lacquers, oils, and lubricants.

Aatex. [Evode Speciality Adhesives Ltd.]

Latex.

AA White Factice. [Am. Cyanamid] Sulfur chlorinated vegetable oil; extender,

plasticizer, softener for NR, SR; facilitates extrusion; retards cure.

AB. [Cuyahoga Plastics] Thermoset polyester, some glass or mineral-reinforced;



composite molding materials.

AB®. [Angus] 2-Amino-l-butanol; pigment dispersant, neutralizing amine,

corrosion inhibitor, acid-salt catalyst,

pH buffer, chemical and pharmaceutical intermediate, solubilizer.

Abalyn®. [Hercules] Methyl rosinate;

resin with compatibility, surf.-wetting

properties, vise, and tack used in rubbers, lacquers, inks, paper coatings,

varnishes, adhesives, sealing compds.,

plastics, wood preservatives, and perfumes; plasticizer, softener, tackifier.

Abate®. [Am. Cyanamid/Ag] Temephos; gran, and emulsifiable cone, herbicide for control of mosquito larvae

in standing water, ponds, etc.

Abco Binder. [Abco Industries] Nonyellowing, self-crosslinking acrylic

emulsion pigment printing binders for

textile printing.

Abco BIockout. [Abco Industries] Claybased opacifiers for pigment printing of

textiles.

Abco Cone. [Abco Industries] Preneutralized synthetic thickening agents

for printing of pigments, acid dyes, disperse dyes, and fiber reactive dyes.

Abcohesive. [Abco Industries] Polymers;

printing blanket adhesives for textile

printing.

Abco Pak. [Abco Industries] Granular

warp sizing agents for spun yarns.

ABC-Trieb®. [BASFAG] Ammonium

bicarbonate; baking raising agent

Abcure S-40-25. [Abco Industries] Benzoyl peroxide; catalyst for unsat polyester resins.

Abex. [Rhone-Poulenc Surf.] Anionic

surfactants; emulsifier for polymerization; detergent, rewetting agent.

Abex VA 50. [Chem-YGmbH] Octoxynol-33, sodium laureth sulfate.

ABG. [BASF] Plasticizers for plastics



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