I found my compound yellow.

In the name of Allah.
Dear sirs/Madam.
I attempted to make a PVC compound.My fibnal product has tend to
yellow colour.I used azodicarbonamide as my blowing agent. Other
materials were completely white. Do you have any offer to me
contributing to the white final matter? Do you know any material have
great clean white color in PVC compounds? Do you know any substitute
of blowing agent with similar foaming power but whit color ?
Let me explain by another way. I need final clean white product.What
matters are effective in PVC compound to final color and how can I
find better replacements?
Best Wishes.
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Mohammad14
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Perhaps the thermal decomposition process of your blowing agent is = causing this discoloration. I suggest you ask your blowing agent = manufacturer for a suitable additive (activator, kicker, stabilizer, = etc.) to lower activation temperature or for a suitable endothermic = blowing agent for your purpose ...=20
Mohammad14 wrote:
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Rolf Wissmann
this discoloration. I suggest you ask your blowing agent manufacturer for a suitable additive (activator, kicker, stabilizer, etc.) to lower activation temperature or for a suitable endothermic blowing agent for your purpose ...
Most followers of Allah use C4 as their blowing agent ;)
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Frank
ing this discoloration. I suggest you ask your blowing agent manufacturer f= or a suitable additive (activator, kicker, stabilizer, etc.) to lower activ= ation temperature or for a suitable endothermic blowing agent for your purp= ose ...
In the name of Allah. Thank you for your reply dear frank.Thank you dear Wissmann for your useful answer. I found azodicarbonamide (C2H4O2N4) a good blowing agent :) . If you need primary information about this blowing agent you may find
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useful. I hope good suggestions from you,however any reply is welcome here.For further researchers I would like to explain. If the color of their products tends to yellow they would find optical brighteners useful in their products...I have not enough information. I would like to invite anyone who has useful information about this material.I will open a discuss and talk about this materials Best Wishes..
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Mohammad14

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