INNOSLIP–B is behenamide, a saturated primary amide produced from behenic acid derived from vegetable oil. INNOSLIP–B is used as an anti-blocking agent in the production of polyolefin resins and in processing to improve the quality of the final product. all without materially altering the properties of the polymer itself. Behenamide is characterized by its outstanding anti-blocking and heat stability property.
Behenamide ; Docosanamide
INNOSLIP–B serves as an excellent and high performing anti-blocking agent for both polyethylene and polypropylene films. It can be also used with cellophane and polystyrene. However, INNOSLIP–B Series has limited slip properties.
INNOSLIP–B improves film clarity and it can also be used together with other inorganic Anti-Block agents for added performance.
INNOSLIP–B is suitable for usage in caps and closures, including food containers as its property reduces the force required to twist off the cap and closure. Furthermore, INNOSLIP – B does not affect the odor profile of the polymer used, making it suitable for use in food contact packaging.
INNOSLIP–B has superior heat stability, allowing it to with stand up to 270°C of processing temperature.
Most Innoslip additives will improve blocking when used in combination with inorganic materials. INNOSLIP-B is the most effective, migrating to form a continuous non-sticking layer. This allows lower levels of inorganic anti-blocking agent to be used, resulting in improved clarity. INNOSLIP-B can be used in combination with INNOSLIP-E, without increasing the total amide level, to give combined Slip and Anti-Block performance.
INNOSLIP-B can be used in combination with INNOSLIP-E, without increasing the total amide level, to give combined Slip and Anti-Block performance