Frequently Asked Questions
Here is a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) by industry that dar-tech, inc. has received about specialty chemicals and raw materials, including additives, functional minerals, resins, and pigments for a variety of applications.
For rubber compounders, we offer EPDM, Silicone, Sponge Rubber, SBR, Nitrile, and Polychloroprene (Neoprene).
Yes, the PCC Group‘s Rokolub line in a wide range of viscosities.
Yes, the Rokolub FR series from PCC Group are phosphate-based hydraulic fluids that are self-extinguishing, offer superior oxidation and thermal stability, excellent lubrication, and good emulsification.
Yes, the Rokolub AD series from PCC Group are phosphate-ester-based ashless anti-wear and extreme-pressure additives.
Yes, PCC Group‘s Chemax.
PCC Group‘s Maxhib line.
We recommend PCC Group‘s Chemax.
We would recommend PCC Group‘s Chemax.
Yes, Minex made by Sibelco.
No, but we do have a filler by Sibelco called Minex 12 that will allow you to reduce the amount required in your formulation for curing.
AFCONA Additives has many 100% solids defoamers.
AFCONA Additives has silicone-free defoamers for both solvent- and water-based systems.
Yes, Huber PERGOPAK M4.
Yes, PANGEL B20 from The Tolsa Group.
Sibelco‘s HiFill N is an excellent filler that can help give extended UV stability in plastics.
There are Portaflame SG LV grades from Sibelco, the spherical ATH that allows you to add higher loadings due to the spherical shape. There are Tolsa ADINS Clay/Fireproof that are synergists for your traditional FR package and at low doses add FR efficiency without affecting viscosity. There are PCC Group Roflam materials that are phosphate-based FR additives, and Roflex materials, which are phosphate-based plasticizers that can be used in conjunction with traditional plasticizers.
Yes, the Borica Titan line.
Yes, the Borica Tytan line.