Composition Organic derivative of a montmorillonite clay
Appearance Fine powder, white
Moisture content (105℃,2hr) ≤3.5%
Loss on ignition (1000℃) 29%-32%
Bulk density 0.53g/cm3
Fineness (<74μm, %) ≥98%
Exerts gelling efficiency over a wide range of intermediate and low polarity Easy dispersing The gel is colorless and of high clarity Produces reproducible thixotropic consistency over a wide temperature range Imparts particle suspension, sag resistance without impairing flow and leveling, preventing hard settling of pigment and fillers
CP-180 is used in the following applications: grease and drilling mud
The use of CP-180 disperses under high shear and necessitates the use of a polar activator (30%-40%) for maximum efficiency.
It is not necessary to use heat to achieve good dispersion.
Typically, addition levels range between 0.2 and 2.0 percent.
It is necessary to use a polar activator (95 percent Ethanol or 95 percent Methanol).
Normally, the addition level of polar activator is recommended to be 30-40% of the weight of CP-180.
The Material Safety Data Sheets contain all safety information.
Kraft paper bags with PE liners, multi-wall paper sacks, and customized paper sacks are available.
25kg per bag, 22.68kg per bag, or customized
Storage CP-180 has a two-year shelf life and should be kept in a ventilated, cool, and dry place.
The information on use is based on data that is thought to be reliable, but any recommendation or suggestion made is without guarantee or warranty, as the conditions of use are beyond our control.
All products are sold with the understanding that purchasers will conduct their own tests to determine the suitability of such products for their intended use and that all risks will be assumed by the user.
We disclaim any liability for damages caused by careless or improper handling or use.
Nothing in this document should be construed as a license, inducement, or recommendation to practice any patented invention without a license.