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Evaluation of Some Insulated Greases Prepared from Rubber and Bitumen Thickeners

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Author(s): Amaly Mohamed Hassan | Azza Mahmoud Mazrouaa | Mona Ali Youssif | Rabab Mohamed Abou Shahba | Maha Ali Youssif

Journal: International Journal of Organic Chemistry
ISSN 2161-4687

Volume: 03;
Issue: 01;
Start page: 71;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Wax Gel | Butyl Rubber Grease | Isoprene Rubber Grease | Bitumen Grease and Dielectric Properties

ABSTRACT
The wax gel grease (S0) was prepared from a mixture of 2.3:1 base oil blend (base oil grade 260/290, transformer oil), and microcrystalline wax in the presence of 0.1% - 2% of polyoxyethylene sorption nano-palmitate as antioxidant and 2,2 methylene bis (4-methyle-6-tertiary butyl phenol) as anticorrosion. It was found that the prepared Wax gel grease has inconvenient physico-chemical and dielectric properties, so in order to improve its physico-chemical properties (viscosity, penetration, dropping point and water resistance) and dielectric Properties (dielectric constant, dielectric loss and volume resistivity), Butyl rubber, isoprene rubber and bitumen were added separately as thickening agents to the prepared wax gel in certain proportion at certain frequency range 1 - 1000 KHz at 35°C. The best dielectric properties were achieved by adding butyl rubber to the prepared wax gel.
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