Saturday, December 17, 2016

SILICON EMULSION

Silicone emulsions are inert, heat stable, non-toxicity products, which suit many industrial applications where lubrication, gloss, antistatic, protective and release properties are advantageous. Silicone emulsions can be divided into three groups depending on the type of emulsifier system used, they can be: anionic, cationic and non-ionic. Most emulsions are non-ionic as they are compatible with either of the other two systems but depending on the application, cationic or anionic emulsions can be chosen.
The viscosity and physical characteristics can be altered by using different viscosity base polymers. High perentage solids versions can be supplied as concentrates and diluted with water prior to application, this makes for more cost effective transportation.

Industry                                         Application

> Rubber & Plastics                              Release agents and lubrication 

> Food trays & Plastics                          Release agents

> Car Polish & Dressings                       Protection, weather resistance, gloss and spreadability  

> Household cleaners and polish            Protection, improved gloss and spreadability 

> Textile finishing                                Enhanced feel, water repellency and reduced ironing

> Perlite, vermiculite and clay                Water repellency

> Printing and paper making                 Lubrication and antistatic agent


We have two type silicone emulsion under name SANMINSIL EMUL HGB Purity 60 % and 38 %


Regards,

Michael
WA 0858-94436642
michael@sanminglobe.com

SANMINSIL EMUL HGB

SANMINSIL EMUL HGB adalah cairan silicon oil +emulsifier yang biasa disebut Silicon Emulsion yang memiliki karakter inon "non dan anionik" yang berfungsi sbb :
1. Lubricant atau Pelumas pada offset printing
2. Pelepas cetakan pada plastik, karet, ban kendaraan dan pengecoran
3. Bahan anti air ( water repellent ) dan bahan pelepas pada industri barang pecah belah
4. Bahan tambahan untuk perawatan produk seperti lantai dan pengkilap furniture, perawatan kulit.

Dosis penggunaan : 0.2-1.2%

Cara penggunaan yang mudah hanya larutkan pada air dengan perbandingan 1 lt Sanminsil Emul HGB kedalam 50-250 lt air. Aduk hingga merata dan siap digunakan.

Aplikasi bisa di semprot, celup/ rendam, lap, maupun di kuas.

English version please opened http://www.sanminglobe.com/2016/12/silicon-emulsion_17.html

Notes :
Tersedia kemasan 25 kg- 200 kg/dr.

Selengkapnya jangan sungkan hubungi kami di 02130338599, WA 0858-94436642

michael@sanminglobe.com

Thursday, December 8, 2016

KADIOSIL adalah pupuk silica

Peran KADIOSIL pada Tanaman

> KADIOSIL dengan kandungan Sillica dikenal sebagai unsur hara yanag bermanfaat terutama untuk tanaman Padi, Tebu dan Jagung, Dll. karena tanaman golongan Gramenae tergolong sangat tinggi mebutuhkan Sillica. Padi mengangkut Sillica 100-300kg/ Ha dan tanaman Tebu mengangkut Sillica 500-700kg/ Ha.

> Besarnya Sillica yang diambil setiap kali panen tersebut mengakibatkan miskinnya unsur hara sillica dalam tanah, mengakibatnya berkurangnya produktivitas tanah tersebut. Dengan semakin intensifnya penanaman Padi 2 – 3 kali dalam setahun maka akan menguras unsur hara sillica didalam tanah.

> Diluar Negri penggunaan pupuk silica sudah sangat intensif digunakan oleh Petani, beberapa Pupuk Silica telah dijual secara komersil diluar negri, diantaranya Kalium Silicate Slag, Fuse Magnesium Sillicate dan Kalium Silikat.

FUNGSI KADIOSIL dengan rumus kimia K2O dan SiO2

PADA TANAMAN PADI, JAGUNG & TEBU , Dll.
1. Meningkatkan unsur Sillica dan Kalium pada Tanaman
2. Dapat menstabilkan PH pada Tanah
3. Menguatkan Akar, Batang dan Daun.
4. Melapisi dan melindungi Tanaman dengan Sillica
5. Merangsang Pembuahan, Buah lebih berisi.
6. Tanaman dapat menyerap pupuk dengan sempurna, pemakaian pupuk jadi lebih irit.
7. Dapat digunakan untuk berbagai macam Tanaman termasuk Bunga Potong ( Krisan, Gerbera, Apel )

8. Melindungi tanaman dari serangan Hama Wereng & Penggerek


Komposisi
> SiO2 ..... 26,50 % ( Sillica )
> K2O........13,80 % ( Kalium )
> Sg........... 1,4/ gr

Aturan Pakai :
Semprotkan 1 minggu sekali dengan Dosis 3 ml/ ltr air.


Info selengkapnya jangan sungkan hubungi kami,

michael@sanminglobe.com
02130338599, WA 087737835317




Friday, December 2, 2016

SOLVENTS SERIES

Aromatic Hydrocarbon Solvents
Aromatic hydrocarbon solvents have a benzene ring structure. These solvents are produced in the petroleum refining industry from the distillation of petroleum stock and other chemical conversion processes, such as catalytic hydrogenation and alkylation. These solvents impart stronger odors and have higher solvency rates than aliphatic hydrocarbon solvents.
Common aromatic hydrocarbon solvents used in paints and coatings are benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, mixed xylenes (BTEX) and high flash aromatic naphthas. Additional information can be found under our Petrochemical Industry VOCs guide. Aromatic solvents are also widely used in printing inks, pesticides, insecticides, and agricultural chemicals.
Short-term exposure to these solvents from inhalation can result in irritation to the upper respiratory tract and eyes, also dizziness, fatigue and headaches. Long-term effects may cause disorders in blood (benzene); cardiovascular and kidney effects, unconsciousness, dysfunction of the CNS (xylene). Benzene is classified as a human carcinogen.

References
ASTDR - Ethylbenzene (PDF)
NIOSH Topic - Organic Solvents
ASTM - Volume 06.04 March 2009: Paint, Solvents, Aromatic Hydrocarbons (list of standards) (PDF)


Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Solvents
Aliphatic hydrocarbon solvents do not contain a benzene ring. They are mixtures of either saturated, long straight chain (normal-paraffin) or branched chain (iso-paraffin) or cyclic paraffins. These solvents are produced by distillation of crude oil by the appropriate boiling point range fraction, then are treated to improve color and odor.
Short-term exposure to these solvents may cause dizziness, giddiness, nausea and headaches, irritation to skin and eyes, and euphoria sometimes resulting in unconsciousness. Long-term effects include muscular weakness, blurred vision, headache, fatigue, numbness, damage to lungs and skin, and neurological disorders.
In addition to their use as solvents or diluents in paints and thinners, they are widely used in oil extraction, degreasing, rubber manufacture, and as carriers for aerosols and disinfectants. Gasoline and kerosene are examples of aliphatic hydrocarbon solvents.
Common aliphatic hydrocarbon solvents used in paints and coatings are mineral spirits, hexanes, heptanes, and VM & P Naphthas.


Oxygenated Solvents (Active Solvents)
Oxygenated solvents are synthetic compounds with oxygen functionality. These solvents are primarily used as active solvents for most synthetic resins due to their strong solvency. They dissolve resins and films; reduce viscosity of paints, varnishes and lacquers for application. The four most widely used in this category are: ketones, esters, glycol ethers, and alcohols.
Ketones
Ketones are commonly synthesized from the oxidation of hydrocarbons. Ketones feature a carbonyl group bonded to two other carbon atoms or alkyl group. They have very strong solvency, a wide range of evaporation rates and also a very distinct, strong odor. The commonly used ketones in paints and coatings are: acetone, methyl ethyl ketone (MEK), methyl isobutyl ketone (MIBK) and isophorone.
Other uses for Ketones: Acetone and MEK are components of solvent mixtures in neoprene, nitrile rubber, and urethane industrial adhesives. Acetone is widely used in the pharmaceutical industry to extract Vitamin B complexes, alkaloids, enzymes and antibiotics. MEK and MIBK are used to dewax oils and also to aid in the extraction and purification of antibiotics; production of smokeless powders, inks, degreasing applications, perfumes, cleaning fluids, antioxidants, and more.

Glycol Ethers
Glycol Ethers commonly known as Cellusolve® are a group of solvents based on alkyl ethers of ethylene glycol and they typically have both ether and alcohol functionality. These compounds were used extensively in coatings until concerns arose about their safety risks. They are being replaced with propylene glycol ethers in many applications. These compounds have strong solvency combined with slow evaporation rate.


Mike
michael@sanminglobe.com
02130338599