Baerlocher zinc stearate msds sheet

Calcium stearate is primarily used as an acid scavenger, release agent and lubricant in the plastics industry, for waterproofing in construction, and as an anti-caking additive in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. In addition, Baerlocher has developed special thermostable calcium stearate products designed to withstand exceptionally high temperatures.

Zinc stearate is mainly used in the plastics and rubber industries, where it is used as a lubricant and release or powdering agent. Zinc stearate functions as an acid scavenger and processing aid in certain polyolefin applications. In addition, it improves the abrasiveness of sandpapers, and acts as a matting agent in paints and coatings. Metal soaps – commonly known as metallic stearates – can be produced using various synthesis methods, e.g. precipitation and melting processes. Baerlocher offers an extensive portfolio of metal soaps with diverse properties. The portfolio includes calcium stearate, zinc stearate, magnesium stearate, sodium stearate and aluminum stearate.

Material Safety Data Sheet according to ANSI Z400.1-1998 Revision Date: February 18, 2003 Zinc Stearate MSDS ZnSt Page 2 of 5 5.Fire Fighting Measures Suitable extinguishing media:Water spray, dry chemical, alcohol foam, carbon dioxide (CO2), or sand. Extinguishing media not to use:High volume water jet must not be used for safety reasons. Calcium stearate is primarily used as an acid scavenger, release agent and lubricant in the plastics industry, for waterproofing in construction, and as an anti-caking additive in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. In addition, Baerlocher has developed special thermostable calcium stearate products designed to withstand exceptionally high temperatures. Calcium stearate is primarily used as an acid scavenger, release agent and lubricant in the plastics industry, for waterproofing in construction, and as an anti-caking additive in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. In addition, Baerlocher has developed special thermostable calcium stearate products designed to withstand exceptionally high temperatures. Metal soaps – commonly known as metallic stearates – can be produced using various synthesis methods, e.g. precipitation and melting processes. Baerlocher offers an extensive portfolio of metal soaps with diverse properties. The portfolio includes calcium stearate, zinc stearate, magnesium stearate, sodium stearate and aluminum stearate.

Metal soaps – commonly known as metallic stearates – can be produced using various synthesis methods, e.g. precipitation and melting processes. Baerlocher offers an extensive portfolio of metal soaps with diverse properties. The portfolio includes calcium stearate, zinc stearate, magnesium stearate, sodium stearate and aluminum stearate. Calcium stearate is primarily used as an acid scavenger, release agent and lubricant in the plastics industry, for waterproofing in construction, and as an anti-caking additive in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. In addition, Baerlocher has developed special thermostable calcium stearate products designed to withstand exceptionally high temperatures.