REAXIS®C129LC is a versatile, liquid tin-based catalyst that is used in a number of applications, including:

  • Esterifictions
  • Polyurethanes
  • Silicones
  • Catalysis of lactone polymerization to form biodegradable polymers

REAXIS®C129LC can be utilized neat or as a mxture in alcohols.

Typical Specifications
Tin (II) content (%)27.2 - 29.3
Tin (II) /Total Tin content (%)97.0 Min
Viscosity (cP @ 20°C)400 Max
Color (Gardner Number)3 Max
Density (g/ml)1.23 - 1.27
Chloride (ppm)500 Max
Product Characteristics
Physical stateliquid

Standard Packaging

  • 55 lb (25 kg) plastic pail
  • 485 lb (220 kg) steel drum

Storage Conditions

REAXIS®C129LC should be stored in the original packaging at moderate temperatures and kept from freezing. The container should be closed tightly after each use to maximize shelf life.

You can request a sample here, or contact us

Reaxis Inc.
941 Robinson Highway
McDonald, PA 15057
Ph: 800-426-7273 Fax: 724-796-3160
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Date Retrieved: 9th July 2020 07:17:24 PM

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