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N,N’-m-Phenylene bismaleamic acid TDS

N,N’-m-Phenylene bismaleamic acid SDS

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N,N’-m-Phenylene bismaleamic acid Product Properties

3006-93-7

217-468-9

C14H8N2O4

139.15 g/mol

White Powder OR Colorless Crystalline

Solid

Rubber Vulcanizing agent and Adhesives additive rubber vulcanizing agent; rubber crosslinking agent

hva2

m-phdm

1,3-PDM;VANAX MBM

1,1′-(1,3;ON61250000

AKOS MSC-0044

hva-2curingagent

m-Dimaleimidobenzene

N,N’-m-phenylene bis

Ammonium Benzoate Uses and applications

N,N'-m-Phenylene bismaleimide (BMI) is a versatile chemical used in rubber vulcanization and as an adhesive additive. When added to rubber compounds, BMI reacts with the rubber chains to form cross-links, which improves the mechanical properties of the rubber, such as its strength, durability, and heat resistance. Additionally, when combined with sulfur, BMI can prevent reversion, which improves the heat resistance and reduces heat and anti-aging of the rubber. It also improves the adhesion of the rubber and tire cord and vulcanized rubber modulus. PDM, another non-sulfur vulcanizing agent, can solve copper wire and copper electrical contacts' pollution problems caused by sulfur vulcanizing agents' black copper sulfide generation.

 

N,N'-m-Phenylene Bismaleimide (or BMI) is a commonly used cross-linking agent for rubber vulcanization. When added to rubber compounds, BMI reacts with the rubber chains to form cross-links, which improves the mechanical properties of the rubber, such as its strength, durability, and heat resistance. BMI is also an adhesive additive in rubber compounds, improving the adhesion between rubber and other materials, such as metal or plastic.



N,N'-1,3-Phenylene Bismaleimide and sulfur coordination prevent reversion to improve the heat resistance, reduce heat, anti-aging, and improve adhesion of the rubber and tire cord and vulcanized rubber modulus.PDM is a non-sulfur vulcanizing agents that solve copper wire and copper electrical contacts because of sulfur vulcanizing agent to generate black copper sulfide pollution problems.

N,N'-m-Phenylene Bismaleimide (BMI) is a chemical that should be handled carefully. Some safety requirements should be followed when handling this chemical:

 

  • Personal protective equipment (PPE), including gloves, goggles, and a lab coat or apron, should be worn.
  • The chemical should only be handled in a well-ventilated area to avoid inhalation of fumes.
  • BMI should be stored in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated area, away from heat sources and incompatible materials.
  • BMI should not be ingested or brought into contact with skin or eyes. If skin or eye contact occurs, the affected area should be flushed with water for at least 15 minutes and medical attention should be sought immediately.
  • Spills of BMI should be cleaned up immediately, using appropriate protective equipment and following proper disposal procedures.
  • BMI should only be handled by trained personnel familiar with the chemical's properties and safe handling practices.

It is important always to follow the safety data sheet (SDS) and any other safety guidelines when handling this or any other chemical.