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Posted 30 November 2015 - 06:04 PM

Hi All,

Is anyone familiar with Cassida Chain oil 150 and is Primol 352 an alternative?


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Posted 01 December 2015 - 07:58 AM

Primol 352 is recommended as a food packaging-grade plasticiser in general purpose and high impact polystyrene.

White oils such as Primol 352 have been shown to improve the processability and properties of polyethylene, copolymers

of ethylene, and polypropylene.

Primol 352 is recommended for use as an external lubricant for non-plasticised PVC. It complies with the German BGVV

Ch. V, and is approved by the US National Sanitation Foundation (NSF).

Primol 352 is also an inert and protective catalyst carrier for polypropylene process. It can also serve as a pigment

powder dispersant in masterbatch compounding.

Elastomers and Adhesives

Primol 352 is a premium process oil for producing food-contact or medical rubber articles, such as EPDM or butyl rubber.

It is particularly well suited for the extension of Thermoplastic Elastomers (TPE), such as SBS, SEBS

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Posted 01 December 2015 - 09:32 AM

Hi Anton Kwang,


CASSIDA  CHAIN  OIL  150  is  a  fully  synthetic  high  performance,   anti-wear   chain   oil   which   have   been  specially developed for use in machinery used in the food and beverage processing and packaging industry.



•  Drive and transport chains in the food industry
•  Also intended for use in equipment manufacturing food packaging



It appears substantially different to the item in previous post.


But I'm no oil expert.

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