INNOSLIP-O Series is an unsaturated primary amide produced from oleic acid derived from vegetable oil. INNOSLIP–O Series offers different grades of oleamide to be used as a slip agent in polyolefin resin production as well as in processing to enhance the quality of end products, all without materially altering the properties of the polymer itself. INNOSLIP-O Series is characterized by its rapid migration to the surface, also known as “fast blooming”.
Oleamide ; Amides,C18 (unsaturated) ; (Z)-9-Octadecenamide
INNOSLIP–O Series functions as a slip agent in polyolefin resins by migrating to the surface to form a thin layer of external lubrication.
Polyolefin has the inherent tendency to cause friction and adhere to other surfaces during production and processing. INNOSLIP–O reduces problems arising from such property during initial resin production and processing of the resins by the end users (e.g. reduces coefficient of friction in films).
INNOSLIP-O Series is recommended for applications that require quick development of slip property because its light molecular structure allows it to migrate faster or bloom faster to the surface than erucamide does.