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Ensinger PEI
3M Dynamar™ RC 3630 Rubber Curative
Categories: Polymer; Thermoset; Rubber or Thermoset Elastomer (TSE)

Material Notes: Product Description: 3M™ Dynamar™ RC 3630 is a pelletized FKM crosslinker that offers easy incorporation with excellent dispersion characteristics. Used in combination with 3M™ Dynamar™ RC 3620, Dynamar RC 3630 affords you the flexibility to customize your compound formulations.

Features and Benefits:

  • FKM crosslinker for adjusting crosslink density
  • Can be used to retard cure
  • Excellent dispersion characteristics
  • 3M technical service available for developing compound formulations

Information provided by 3M™

Vendors:
Available Properties
  • Specific Gravity
  • Hardness, Shore A, ASTM D2240, Low Crosslink, Press Cure 10 Minutes @ 177°C (350°F) Post Cure 16 Hours @ 232°C (450°F)
  • Hardness, Shore A, ASTM D2240, High Crosslink, Press Cure 10 Minutes @ 177°C (350°F) Post Cure 16 Hours @ 232°C (450°F)
  • Hardness, Shore A, ASTM D573, Low Crosslink, Heat Aged
  • Hardness, Shore A, ASTM D573, High Crosslink, Heat Aged
  • Tensile Strength, ASTM D412, Low Crosslink, Press Cure 10 Minutes @ 177°C (350°F) Post Cure 16 Hours @ 232°C (450°F)
  • Tensile Strength, ASTM D412, High Crosslink, Press Cure 10 Minutes @ 177°C (350°F) Post Cure 16 Hours @ 232°C (450°F)
  • Tensile Strength, ASTM D573, Low Crosslink, Heat Aged
  • Tensile Strength, ASTM D573, High Crosslink, Heat Aged
  • Elongation at Break, ASTM D412, High Crosslink, Press Cure 10 Minutes @ 177°C (350°F) Post Cure 16 Hours @ 232°C (450°F)
  • Elongation at Break, ASTM D412, Low Crosslink, Press Cure 10 Minutes @ 177°C (350°F) Post Cure 16 Hours @ 232°C (450°F)
  • Elongation at Break, ASTM D573, High Crosslink, Heat Aged
  • Elongation at Break, ASTM D573, Low Crosslink, Heat Aged
  • 100% Modulus, ASTM D412, Low Crosslink, Press Cure 10 Minutes @ 177°C (350°F) Post Cure 16 Hours @ 232°C (450°F)
  • 100% Modulus, ASTM D412, High Crosslink, Press Cure 10 Minutes @ 177°C (350°F) Post Cure 16 Hours @ 232°C (450°F)
  • Compression Set, ASTM D395 Method B, Plied Disc, High Crosslink
  • Compression Set, ASTM D395 Method B, Plied Disc, Low Crosslink
  • Compression Set, ASTM D395 Method B, Plied Disc, High Crosslink
  • Compression Set, ASTM D395 Method B, Plied Disc, Low Crosslink
  
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