Binding agents for polyolefins filled with natural fibres and compositions thereof

FIELD: chemistry.

SUBSTANCE: described is a composition for obtaining a binding agent for soaking cellulose fibres. The composition contains polyolefin resin which reacts with 1.6-4.0% maleic anhydride. The composition has less than 1500 ppm free maleic anhydride. The resin has melt flow index at 190°C and 2.16 kg ranging from approximately 0.1 to 500 g/10 min. The composition has yellowing index of 20-70. The polyolefin is polyethylene. Described also is a cellulose composite containing 10-90% cellulose fibre; a first polyolefin resin having melt flow index from 0.1 to 100 g/10 min; 0.1-10 wt % composition for obtaining the binding agent. The maleic anhydride is grafted on the polyethylene.

EFFECT: high binding efficiency of the binder.

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The authors claim the benefit under section 35, United States Code, § 119, of provisional patent application number 60/779396, filed March 3, 2006, entitled "cross-Linking agents for filled with natural fibers of polyolefins".

The level of technology

The technical field to which the invention relates

The invention relates to polyolefin composites containing natural fibers. More specifically, the present invention relates to filled with natural fibres, polyolefin composites with high strength that can be achieved by incorporating polyolefin binder agents with low levels of functionalization.

Description of the prior art

A well-known problem in the formation of composite materials produced from plastics and natural fibers, is the incompatibility of fiber with plastic. Natural fibers are hydrophilic, with plenty of free polar hydroxyl groups on the surface. Plastics are hydrophobic. For this reason, plastics do not moisten easily the surface of natural fibers and does not stick to them. This fact causes loss of strength and increased absorption of water in the obtained composite material.

This problem can be overcome by adding binding agents compositename material. A binding agent, assumed to operate through the interaction of reactive anhydride or acid residue with a hydroxyl group on the surface of the fiber with the formation of ester bonds. Hydrophobic polymer chains extend outward from the surface of the fibers, however, they can interact with the polymeric matrix. The specific nature of the interaction will depend on the choice of coupling agent and the polymer and the degree of crystallinity of the polymer. Binder, generally serves as a transitional bridge, which improves adhesion of the plastic and the surface of the natural fibers. It is well known that binding agents improve performance filled with natural fibers of polyolefins. Impact strength, bending strength and tear, as well as the temperature of thermal bending increases. Plastic creep, the linear coefficient of thermal expansion (LCTE) and water absorption are reduced.

The polyolefin containing a polar or reactive groups suitable for use as binding agents, can be obtained by grafting polar monomers, such as maleic anhydride to polyolefin. Various technologies vaccinations, well-known specialists in this field include the inoculation of the solution is the use of peroxide initiation, shot in the solid phase using peroxide or radiation initiation, and reactive extrusion in a twin screw extruder, usually with the use of peroxide initiation. Alternatively, the polyolefin containing a polar or reactive groups suitable for use as binding agents, can be obtained by copolymerization of at least one olefinic monomer, at least one polar monomer, for example, maleic anhydride.

Preparation of composites containing thermoplastic matrix materials of the resin having dispersed in organic reinforcing fillers such as cellulosic or lignocellulosic fibers, is known in this field. The improvement of the mechanical properties of such composites by processing such fibers with a binder agent before putting them in thermoplastic matrix materials of the resin is also known in this field. The following article are some of the many that refer to known technology.

P. Jacoby et al., "Wood Filled High Crystalline Propylene," Wood-Plastic Conference sponsored by Plastics Technology, Baltimore, Md., December 5-6, 2000;

M. Wolcott et al., "Coupling Agent/Lubricant Interactions in Commercial Wood Plastic Formulations," 6th International Conference on Wood fiber-Plastic Composites, Madison, Wis., May 15-16, 2001;

W. Sigworth, "The Use of Functionalized Polyolefins in Environmentaly Friendly Plastic Composites," GPEC 2002, February 13-14, 2002, Detroit, Mich.;

J. and Wefer, W. Sigworth, "The Use of Functionalized Coupling Agents in Wood-Filled Polyolefins," Wood-Plastic Composites, A Sustainable Future Conference, May 14-16, 2002, Vienna, Austria;

R. Heath, "The Use of Additives to Enhance the Properties and Processing of Wood Polymer Composites," Progress in Wood fibre - Plastic Composites Conference 2002, May 23-24, 2002, Toronto, Canada; and

W. Sigworth, "Additives for Wood Fiber Polyolefins: Coupling Agents," Progress in Woodfibre - Plastic Composites Conference 2002, May 23-24, 2002, Toronto, Canada.

In addition, Kokta, B.V. et al., 28(3) Polym.-Plast. Technol. Eng. 247-59 (1989) studied the mechanical properties of polypropylene with sawdust. Wood chips pretreated with polymethylenepolyphenylisocyanate and Milanovich binding agents before adding them to the polymer.

Raj, R.G. et al., 29(4) Polym.-Plast. Technol. ENG. 339-53 (1990) filled high-density polyethylene in three different cellulose fibers, which are pre-treated using a silane/polyisocyanate coupling agent to improve adhesion between fibers and polymer matrix.

Matuana, L.M. et al., ANTEC 3:3313-18 (1998) studied the influence of surface acid-base properties of plasticized PVC and cellulose fibers on the mechanical properties of the composite plastic/cellulose. They modify the surface of the fibers by means of γ-aminopropyltriethoxysilane, dichloromethylsilane, phthalic anhydride and melirovanie polypropylene.

U.S. patent No. 4717742 describes composites based resins, ar is new with silanes, grafted on organic fillers, which, as indicated, have superior wear resistance, even at sub-zero temperatures or at high temperatures, improved physical properties and can be obtained by using a method in which the organic filler to be grafted with silane coupling agent in the matrix melirovanie polymer.

U.S. patent No. 4820749 describes a composite material based on a polymer or copolymer of a substance, which may be a thermoplastic or thermoset material or rubber, and organic material, which is a cellulose or starch. Cellulosic material is grafted with cilleruelo agent. The methods of preparation of this composite are also described.

U.S. patent No. 6265037 describes an improved structural element of the composite containing the structural element of a complex type, made of a composite material containing polypropylene polymer and wood fiber. The material, as indicated, is suitable for use in conventional structural applications.

U.S. patent No. 6300415 describes the polypropylene composition to obtain various molded products, which, as indicated, are excellent for formemost, the shrinkage in the mold during molding, rigidity, flexibility, UDA is prochnosti, in particular, low-temperature impact resistance, transparency, gloss, resistance to whitening under the action of stresses and their balance; various molded products having the above properties; propylene composition, which is suitable for the foundations of the polypropylene resin composition; and a method of production thereof. Propylene composition comprises a propylene homopolymer and propylene-ethylene copolymer.

The aim of the present invention is to increase the efficiency of binding of the binding agents. Increasing the efficiency of binding reduces the amount of binding agent and costs, at the same time, making it possible to obtain the same or better binding.

The invention

Functionalityand polyolefins, which are characterized as high content of maleic anhydride and a high molecular weight, are more effective in improving the properties of mechanical strength, resistance to plastic creep and resistance to water uptake in filled natural fibers of polyolefin composites than the more common polyolefins, which have a lower degree of functionality and/or molecular weight. In addition, using the present invention, the efficiency of binding of polyolefins, functionalityof the data maleic anhydride, in the pulp and polyolefin composite can be increased at lower levels of functionality of maleic anhydride by adjusting the reaction conditions during the functionalization reaction.

The present invention preferably represents a binding agent, which is produced from a polyolefin composition and which is intended for wetting the cellulose fibers. The binding agent preferably contains a polyolefin resin having a melt flow index at 190°C and 2.16 kg of from about 0.1 to 500 g/10 min polyolefin resin preferably is combined with the 1.6-4.0 wt.% maleic anhydride, and the composition preferably has less than 1500 parts per million (h/mn) of free maleic anhydride. The binding agent preferably has an index of yellowing from 20 to 70.

Cellulose composite is preferably derived from a coupling agent by combining a bonding agent and cellulose fibers and at least one thermoplastic polymer. Cellulose composite preferably contains 10-90% cellulose fiber, the first polyolefin resin having a melt flow index from 0.1 to 100 g/10 min, and 0.1-10 wt.% a bonding agent.

The composite of the present invention is suitable for use for decks of ships, under deck beams, fencing systems, car parts and when such is eneny, where additional structural strength. The present invention also provides for the composites with improved wear resistance due to the lower water absorption and higher resistance to plastic creep.

Description of the preferred embodiments

It is often desirable to increase the strength properties of the filled natural fibers of polyolefin composites, such as wood-polyolefin composites for structural and automotive applications. It is known that melirovanie polyolefins improve the dispersion of the fibers in polyolefins and increase the interfacial adhesion between the fibers and the resin. These improvements lead to an increase in strength properties.

Binding agents typically increase the cost of raw materials for pulp and thermoplastic composites, because they are more expensive than the material of the particles of cellulose and thermoplastic resin. For this reason, it is desirable to improve the efficiency of binding of these binding agents. The efficiency of binding can be defined as the improvement of the properties provided by adding a specified amount of binding agent in comparison with the same drug that does not contain a coupling agent. The following example is set out here, to demonstrate the principle of increasing the efficiency of the binding.

If adding 2% coupling agent A increases bending strength by 20% compared with the control connection without a bonding agent, while 2% coupling agent B increases the bending strength by 50%, then the binding agent B should be considered as more effective at binding than binder A. Another way to see the increase in efficiency is that you may need a low level of binding agent B to obtain the same improvement of the properties, as obtained using 2% of a bonding agent A. For this reason, binder B must be less expensive in use than a binder, considering that both materials have a similar price. Typically, it is assumed that the increase in the level of functionality of the binder is greater than 4% increases the efficiency of the binding.

The present invention preferably represents a binding agent, which is produced from a polyolefin composition and which is intended for wetting the cellulose fibers. The binding agent preferably contains a polyolefin resin having a melt flow index at 190°C and 2.16 kg of from about 0.5 to 100 g/10 min, more preferably from about 5 to 50 g/10 min, and most of predpochtitel is but 10-30 g/10 min polyolefin resin preferably is combined with the 1.6-4.0 wt.% maleic anhydride, and more preferably from 1.6 to 3.0 wt.% maleic anhydride, and most preferably from 2.0 to 3.0 wt.% maleic anhydride. The composition preferably has less than 1500 hours/million of free maleic anhydride, more preferably less than 600 hours/million of free maleic anhydride, and most preferably, less than 200 hours/million of free maleic anhydride. The binding agent preferably has an index of yellowing from 20 to 70, more preferably from 20 to 55, and most preferably, from 20 to 40.

More preferably, the binder contains a polyolefin resin having a melt flow index at 190°C and 2.16 kg of from about 5 to 50 g/10 min polyolefin resin preferably is combined with the 1.6-3.0 wt.% maleic anhydride. The composition preferably has less than 600 hours/million of free maleic anhydride. The binding agent preferably has an index of yellowing from 20 to 55.

Most preferably, the binder contains a polyolefin resin, preferably, the homopolymers and copolymers of high density polyethylene having a melt flow index at 190°C and 2.16 kg of about 10-30 g/10 min polyolefin resin preferably is combined with 2.0 to 3.0 wt.% maleic anhydride. The composition preferably has less che is 200 hours/million of free maleic anhydride. The binding agent preferably has an index of yellowing from 20 to 40.

Desirable values of melt flow index for binder agent, functionalized with maleic anhydride ranges from 0.1 to 500 g/10 min, more preferably about 0.5-100 g/10 min, and most preferably ranges from 2 to 50 g/10 minutes

Cellulose composite is preferably derived from a coupling agent by combining a bonding agent and cellulose fibers and at least one thermoplastic polymer. Cellulose composite contains 10-90 wt.% cellulose fibers, the first polyolefin resin having a melt flow index from 0.1 to 100 g/10 min, and 0.1-10 wt.% a bonding agent. More preferably, the cellulose composite contains 20-80 wt.% cellulose fibers, the first polyolefin resin having a melt flow index of 0.3 to 20 g/10 min, and 0.5-3.0 wt.% a bonding agent.

Most preferably, the cellulose composite is obtained from a bonding agent by combining a bonding agent and cellulose fibers selected from the group comprising wood chips, wood fibers or combinations thereof, and at least one thermoplastic polymer, preferably, homopolymers and copolymers of polyethylene of high density. Cellulose composite contains 40-65 wt.% cellulose fiber, p is pout polyolefin resin, having a melt flow index of 0.3 to 5 g/10 min, and 0.5-2.0 wt.% a bonding agent.

The term "natural fibers" refers to fibers obtained directly or indirectly from a source in nature. Included in this term, but not limited to, are sawdust, wood fiber and fiber crops, such as wheat straw, alfalfa, wheat bran, cotton, corn stalks, corn cobs, rice hulls, rice onions, walnut shells, sugar cane, bamboo, palm fiber, hemp, flax, Bombay hemp, plant fiber, vegetable fiber, viscose, herbs, boiled wood fiber, rice, rice fiber, cane, fiber rush, fibers, bast, jute, jute fiber, flax fiber, hemp, fibre hemp, flax yarn, fiber flax yarn, Chinese nettle fibers Chinese nettle, leaf cuttings, Manila hemp, fiber, Manila hemp, sisal, sisal fiber, cellulose, cotton fiber, fiber, herbs, oats, chopped oat straw, barley, chopped barley straw, seed embryo in the form of flour and powdered form, tubers, potatoes, roots, tapioca, tapioca root, cassava root cassava, manioc, cassava root, sweet potatoes, arrowroot, core, stems, peels, shells, fruits, sago, again COI is Lithuania paper fiber, recycled boxes, fiber recycled boxes, recycled newspaper, recycled fiber Newspapers, recycled sheets printed on computer text, recycled fiber sheets printed on computer text, the waste from grinding, fiber, solid wood, fiber soft wood, newsprint, magazines, books, cardboard, chopped wheat straw, bamboo fiber, the sludge from the clarifier, tube, and the like, and combinations thereof. Preferably, the cellulose material from the material of the particles is selected from the group consisting of wood fibers, sawdust, and combinations thereof. Wood fiber, from the point of view of their ampleness and facilities, can be obtained either from soft wood, either from softwood or hardwood lumber, commonly known as deciduous trees deciduous trees.

The polyolefins used in the present invention, as a rule, are polymerized from ethylene, copolymers of ethylene and other alpha-olefins such as propylene, butene, hexene and octene, copolymers of polyethylene and vinyl acetate, and combinations thereof. Preferably, when using ethylene, it may constitute, for example, high density polyethylene (HDPE), low density polyethylene (LDPE), or linear polyethylene is low density (LLDPE), and combinations thereof. More preferably, the polyolefins are homopolymers of high density polyethylene and copolymers of ethylene high density with butene, hexene, octene, and combinations thereof.

Functionalized polyolefin, which is preferably a functionalized polyethylene or polypropylene is a polymer which contains reactive groups that can interact with functional groups on the surface of natural fibers. Such polymers are modified with reactive groups comprising at least one polar monomer selected from the group consisting of anhydrides, ethylene-unsaturated carboxylic acid or ethylene-unsaturated carboxylic acid. Can be used also, mixtures of acids and anhydrides and derivatives thereof. Examples of acids include maleic acid, fumaric acid, taconova acid, crotonic acid, acrylic acid, methacrylic acid, maleic anhydride, itacademy anhydride and substituted maleic anhydrides. Maleic anhydride is preferred. Derivatives which can be used include salts, amides, imides and esters. Their examples include glycidylmethacrylate, mono - and diatrypaceae and acrylamide. Essentially, any OLE the new reactive residue, who can provide reactive functional group in the modified polyolefin polymer, may be suitable for use in the present invention.

Functionalityand polyolefins as binding agents receive by way of melt-called reactive extrusion. This mechanism is well established and is described DeRoover et al., Journal of Polymer Science, Part A: Polymer. Functionalized monomer and free radical initiator added to the twin screw extruder and subjected to exposure to elevated temperature. In this way the hydrogen atom is removed from the polymer chain by using an initiator. The functional monomer and then reacting to the center of the free radical, obtained by the formation of functional center on the polymer chain. As more high-molecular polymer chains are statistically more likely to interact with free radicals, the narrowing of the distribution of molecular masses of the polymer represents the characteristic of the method of the reaction extrusion.

Although it is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention, functional polyolefins as a binding agent according to the present invention can be obtained by methods from solution or in the solid phase. Such methods are well known experts who am in this field and are described, for example, in U.S. patent No. 3414551 and 5079302, to G. Ruggeri et al., 19 European Polymer Journal 863 (1983), and Y. Minoura et al., 13 Journal of Applied Polymer Science 1625 (1969), the contents of each of which is included here by reference. These methods contribute to the reaction of functional monomers with the centers of free radicals on the polymer before the polymer can be subjected to open circuit. Then the end result is a functional monomers along the polymer chain instead they were present only at the ends. In addition, the narrowing of the distribution of molecular masses of the polymer is observed in the ways of the reaction extrusion, has no place in the functionalization methods from solution or in the solid phase.

Optionally, the composites of the present invention can contain other additives. These supplements can be a lubricant which does not affect adversely on the binding agent.

Inorganic materials of the particles can be included for the implementation of the lubricant and to improve the mechanical properties. Examples include talc, calcium carbonate, clay, mica, pumice and other materials.

The composition may contain at least one additional component. Examples of additional suitable components include, but are not limited to, an antioxidant, in panjwayi agent, dye, pigment, agent for cross-linking, inhibitor, and/or a reaction accelerator. Can be used, at least one additional conventional additive, such as agents to improve the compatibility-enhancing agents, agents to facilitate demolding, sealing materials, humectants, plasticizers, sealing materials, thickening agents, diluting agents, binders, and/or any other commercially available or conventional components.

Antioxidants added to prevent degradation of the polymer during processing. An example is a Naugard B25 from Chemtura Corporation (a mixture of Tris(2,4-di-tert-butylphenyl)phosphite and tetracycline(3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyhydrocinnamate)methane). Foaming agent added to reduce the density of the cellulosic-thermoplastic composite by foaming. Examples of foaming agents include Celogen TSH from Chemtura Corporation (toluensulfonate), Celogen AZ (azodicarbonamide), Celogen OT (p-p'-oxybis(benzosulfimide)), Celogen RA (p-toluensulfonate), Opex 80 (dinitrosopentamethylenetetramine) and Expandex 5-PT (5-phenyltetrazol).

Coloring agents are pigments or dyes. Dyes are common organic compounds that are soluble in plastics, forming neutral mole is ularly solution. They give a vivid intense color and are transparent. Pigments are generally insoluble in the plastic. Color is obtained by dispersing fine particles (in the range of from about 0.01 to about 1 μm) in thermoplastic. They give a matte or at least some translucency in cellulosic-thermoplastic composite. The pigments can be an organic or inorganic compounds and are available in a variety of forms, including dry powder, non-ferrous concentrates, liquids and granules of resin with pre-cooked preparation for painting. The most common inorganic pigments include oxides, sulfides, chromates, and other systems based on heavy metals such as cadmium, zinc, titanium, lead, molybdenum, iron, combinations thereof, and others. Ultramarines are usually complexes of sulfide-silicate containing sodium and aluminum. Often the pigments contain a mixture of two, three or more iron oxides, barium, titanium, antimony, Nickel, chromium, lead, and other, relationships. Titanium dioxide is a widely used and well-known bright white thermally stable inorganic pigment. Other known organic pigments include azo - or diazo-pigments, pyrazolone the haunted pigments, permanent red 2B, Nickel azo yellow, molten red and pigment red.

Agent for cross-linking may optionally be added to reinforce the links between the cellulose material of the particles, as described above, in the final homogeneous product. Agent for the cross-linkage connects through the side of hydroxyl groups on the cellulose molecular chains. Agent for cross-linking should be the characteristics of the formation of strong bonds at relatively low temperatures. Examples of agents for cross-linking, which can be used include polyurethanes, such as isocyanates, phenolic resins, unsaturated polyesters and epoxy resins, and a combination thereof. Phenolic resin can be any single-stage or two-stage resin, preferably with a low content of hexane.

Inhibitors can be added to slow down the reaction rate of cross-linking. Examples of known inhibitors include organic acids such as citric acid.

The reaction accelerators may be added to increase the reaction rate of cross-linking. Examples of reaction accelerators include amine catalysts such as Dabco BDO (Air Products), and DEH40 (Dow Chemical).

The number of different components of the composition may be regulated by the experts in this area and, depending on the particular materials used and the intended use of the material.

Examples

Composition malaimbandy polyolefins, preferably polyethylene compositions of the present invention, preferably get through a well-known way of reaction extrusion. The preferred extruder is a twin screw extruder with a same rotating direction of the screw, provided with a device for entering, for the introduction of polyethylene granules at a constant speed in the open input orifice areas for discharge for measuring molten maleic anhydride and a liquid peroxide, vacuum system to remove neproreagirovavshikh maleic anhydride and decomposition products of the peroxide and output Villeroy and granulation system to collect the final product.

The temperature of the cylinder of the extruder, the number of RPM of the screw and configuration augers are designed to implement the required functions of the method: (1) melting of polyethylene, (2) mixing of injected maleic anhydride, (3) mixing the pressurized peroxide, (4) retention of materials during the grafting reaction, (5) removal of unreacted decomposition products of maleic anhydride and peroxide in the vacuum zone, and (6) the introduction of grafted devolatilising product through the die plate and in the granulation system. These technologies are well known to specialists in the field of the reaction melirovanie polyolefins.

Binding agents of the present invention and comparative used in this study are listed in table 1. Raw materials and other specific parameters of the method used in the present invention, are given in Table 2. The design of the screws used to obtain these samples are those which could be developed by a person skilled in the art based on the requirements described above.

Functionalityand polyolefins as a binding agent within the present invention, and outside of this framework, are synthesized. Data characterization for these binding agents are given in Tables 1 and 2.

The content of maleic anhydride in a binder agents determined by dissolving them in boiling toluene and titration to the end point of bromthymol blue using standard 0,03N methanolic solution of KOH. KOH titration standardise using benzoic acid. Determine the number of milliequivalents KOH titration, is required to neutralize one hundred grams of the binder agent. The percentage of maleic anhydride in a binder agent then calculates, assuming that one mole of KOH to neutralize one mole of maleic anhydride. This involves the provision is confirmed by titration undiluted maleic anhydride under the same conditions, used to study binding agents.

The melt flow index of the binder agent determined using a Tinius Olsen Extrusion Plastometer Model MP600, following the procedures described in ASTM D1238.

The levels of free maleic anhydride is measured by extracting the crushed sample binder agent in acetone for 40 minutes at room temperature. Then the extracts in acetone titrated with standardized methanolic solution of potassium hydroxide to an endpoint bromtoluola blue. Free maleic anhydride, the amount of maleic anhydride in acetone extracts, and then calculated using the same assumptions as used to determine the percentage of maleic anhydride associated with a bonding agent.

The yellowing index is measured at the reflection in accordance with ASTM E-313 using spectrocolorimeter Datacolor SF600 or similar tool with molded dies bonding agent.

Die get by pressing pellets binder agent in plate press at 400°F for 30 seconds at a pressure of 30 tons.

Wood-PE products derived using either oak sawdust, 40 mesh, or pine sawdust, 40 mesh. Wood is dried in a convection oven at 121°C for 24 hours. Get the contents wet the STI is less than 1%. Thermoplastic resin is either recycled resin containing at least 80% LLDPE and 20% of other polyolefin resins, or partially melted flakes of high density polyethylene BP Solvay (now INEOS) B54-60 (melt flow index of 0.5 g/10 min). Antioxidant Naugard B-25, a lubricating agent Lubrazinc W (zinc stearate), Kemamide EBS (ethylene bis-stearamide) and Kemamide W-20 (ethylene bis-oleamide) all use, as they are obtained. Talc Silverline 403 from Luzenac America is used, how it was obtained.

Obtained by injection molding the samples in Tables 3-6 are mixed in a laboratory pan mixer Brabender heated to 170°C. the Powdered ingredients are pre-mixed by shaking in a plastic bag. The resulting mixture is introduced into the mixer for three times, approximately one minute after the previous injection. After all the ingredients and add melted obtained molten mass is stirred for 10 minutes at 100 rpm Mixed sample is placed in trecastell form 5'×4,5'×1/8" and pressed for three minutes at a pressure of 40 tons and at 177°C in an automated tiled media type Tetrahedron.

Extruded samples in Tables 7 and 8 is obtained using twin screw Brabender Intelli-Torque Plasti-Corder with the configuration of rotating in different directions conical screw #403 and the drive unit Brabender 7150. Those who of temperature zones set as follows: Zone 1 (150°C), Zone 2 (160°C), Zone 3 (160°C), Zone 4 (filler) (150°C). Filler produces a continuous flat analyzed sample is 1.0 inch wide and 0,080 inch thick. Data is recorded by using a Brabender Measuring Extruder Basic Program with Multiple Evaluation, Version 3,2,1. Compounded drugs are injected into the extruder from a device with a measuring volume of K-Tron K2VT20. Samples ekstragiruyut at 60 Rev/min

The test procedure of ASTM D790 used to generate data on the bending strength and modulus of bending. The absorption of water is determined by immersing strips of extrudate 1.0 inch to 2.0 inches in tap water at room temperature and measure the increase in mass. Obtained by molding the samples (1/8") is immersed for 30 days, while the extruded samples (0,07") immersed within 24 hours.

Investigational drugs are presented in Tables 3, 5 and 7. Output data and survey data are presented in Tables 4, 6 and 8. Digital codes represent the samples of the present invention, while the letter codes note the comparative samples.

Table 1
Characterization of the binding agents
ExampleType% (wt.) Maleic anhydride MFI at 190°C, 2,16 kgFree MA, h/millionThe yellowing index
A comparativeHDPE grafted MA1,54115the 15.6
Comparative Bcopolymer E-MA6,830Not definedNot defined
1HDPE grafted MA2,22,1Not defined31
2HDPE grafted MA1,62,64127
3HDPE grafted MA2,11,9Not defined37
4HDPE grafted MA2,60,7Not defined 55
5HDPE grafted MA1,82,413538
6HDPE grafted MA1,75,02214,5
7HDPE grafted MA2,02,7There is practically no27

Table 2
Conditions vaccinations used to obtain binding agents
ExampleResin typeSource materials MA, lb/hour for 1000 pounds of resin per hourSource materials peroxide, lb/HR for resin/hourThe temperature of the cylinder, °CThe speed of the screw of the extruder rpm
A comparativeHDPE (20 MFI)15,30,585177-204 500
Comparative BE-MACommercialSample
1HDPE (20
MFI)
20,00,504177-204500
2HDPE (20 MFI)20,00,585177-204500
3HDPE (20 MFI)22,50,504177-204500
4HDPE (20 MFI)35,00,504177-204500
5HDPE (20
MFI)
20,80,605177-204500
6HDPE (MFI 51)200,51317-191 600
7HDPE (MFI 51)24,90,673177-191600

Table 3
The drugs obtained by the injection molding of examples LLDPE
Examples:1234567
Oak sawdust (40)50505050505050
Naugard B-250,10,10,10,10,10,10,1
10,5
20,5
30,5
40,5
50,5
60,5
7 0,5
Recycled LLDPE49,449,449,449,449,449,449,4
In General100100100100100100100
ComparativeABC
Oak sawdust (40)505050
Naugard B-250,10,10,1
A comparative0,5
Comparative B0,5
Recycled LLDPEto 49.949,449,4
In General100100100

Table 4
Properties of samples obtained by injection molding
Examples:1234 567
Flexural strength (MPa)22,922,8of 21.923,122,5a 21.522,0
Bending modulus (MPa)107810891049115311569931109
Water absorption - 30-day,%the 3.8a 3.9a 3.9a 3.94,34,34,2
Comparative Examples:ABC
Flexural strength (MPa)13,719,421,3
Bending modulus (MPa)98611251121
Water absorption - 30-day,%6,44,34,1

47,9
Table 5
Preparations for HDPE samples obtained by injection molding
Examples of the present invention:8910111213141516
Pine sawdust (40)50505050505050 5050
Nawzard B-250,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,1
50,512
60,512
70,512
HDPE (partially molten)49,448,949,448,947,949,448,947,9
In General100100100100100100100100100
Comparative Examples:DEFGHIJ
Pine sawdust (40)50505050505050
Naugard B-250,10,10,10,10,1 0,10,1
A comparative0,512
Comparative B0,512
HDPE (partially molten)to 49.949,448,947,949,448,947,9
In General100100100100100100100

Table 6
Properties of HDPE samples obtained by injection molding
Examples of the present invention:8910111213141516
Flexural strength (MPa)41,645,144,936,639,847,937,342,045,0
Bending modulus (MPa)244324782373244723272460267723492511
Water absorption - 30-day,%3,63,53,43,4 3,03,03,52,93,0
Comparative Examples:DEFGHIJ
Flexural strength (MPa)22,435,339,743,234,233,5of 31.4
Bending modulus (MPa)2211268822602646251124002079
Water absorption - 30-day,%11,54,03,63,34,23,7 3,7

Table 7
Preparations for extruded examples HDPE
Examples of the present invention:17181920
4020 sawdust55555555
Talc-Silverline 4035555
Naugard B-250,10,10,10,1
Comparative 50,51,01,52,0
Kemamide EBS3333
Kemamide W-201111
HDPE B54-60 FLK (0,5) MFI)35,434,934,433,9
In General100100100100
Comparative Examples:KLMNOP
W-020 sawdust555555555555
Talc-Silverline 403555555
Naugard B-250,10,10,10,10,10,1
A comparative0,51,01,52,0
The zinc stearate2,0
Kemamide EBS2,03,03,03,03,03,0
Kemamide W-201,01,01,01,01,0
HDPE B54-60 FLK (0,5) MFI) 35,935,935,434,934,433,9
In General100100100100100100

Table 8
Properties of Extruded examples of HDPE
Examples of the present invention:rpm17181920
Output (ft/min)602,24of 2.262,25of 2.26
Flexural strength (MPa)6030,133,538,945,9
Bending modulus (MPa)602954351936323958
Relative density601,161,171,161,17
Water absorption, 24 hrs (%)608,06,95,65,2
Comparative Examples:rpmKLMNOP
Output (ft/min)602,862,282,252,252,222,36
Flexural strength (MPa) 6027,430,529,030,131,230,6
Bending modulus (MPa)60303132993076321432883422
Relative density601,121,171,151,161,181,15
Water absorption, 24 hrs (%)609,68,38,57,96,87,6

You can easily see that functionalityand polyolefins as a binding agent according to the present invention provide superior mechanical properties compared to previously known binding agents with similar flow velocity of the melt.

Whereas many alterations and modifications which may be the floor of the ENES without deviating from the principles of this invention, reference should be made to the accompanying claims, to understand the limits of what is protected as the present invention.

1. Composition to obtain a bonding agent for wetting the cellulose fibers, comprising: a polyolefin resin, which interacts with 1,6-4,0% maleic anhydride, the composition has less than 1500 hours/million of free maleic anhydride;
where this resin has a melt flow index at 190°C. and 2.16 kg of from about 0.1 to 500 g/10 min; and
where this composition has an index of yellowing from 20 to 70.

2. The composition according to claim 1,
where specified maleic anhydride is 1.6 to 3.0% of the specified composition, the composition has less than 600 hours/million of free maleic anhydride;
where this resin has a melt flow index at 190°C. and 2.16 kg of from about 0.5 to 100 g/10 min; and
where this composition has an index of yellowing from 20 to 55.

3. The composition according to claim 2,
where specified maleic anhydride is 2.0 to 3.0% of the specified composition, the composition has less than 200 hours/million of free maleic anhydride;
where this resin has a melt flow index at 190°C. and 2.16 kg of from about 2 to 50 g/10 min; and
where this composition has an index of yellowing from 20 to 40.

4. The composition according to claim 1, where the specified polyolefin is in etilen.

5. The composition according to claim 4, where the specified polyethylene is a polyethylene selected from the group consisting of high density polyethylene, low density polyethylene, linear low density polyethylene, copolymers with other alpha-olefins, and combinations thereof.

6. The composition according to claim 5, where the specified polyethylene is a Homo - and copolymers, high density polyethylene.

7. The composition according to claim 1 where the cellulose fibers are selected from the group consisting of wood fibers, sawdust, and combinations thereof.

8. Cellulose composite containing from 10 to 90% cellulosic fibers;
the first polyolefin resin having a melt flow index from 0.1 to 100 g/10 min;
0.1 to 10 wt.% a bonding agent, the specified binding agent contains the second polyolefin resin having a melt flow index at 190°C. and 2.16 kg of from about 0.1 to 500 g/10 min; which vzaimodeistvie from 1.6 to 4.0 wt.% maleic anhydride, with specified bonding agent has less than 1500 hours/million of free maleic anhydride; and where the specified binding agent has an index of yellowing from 20 to 70.

9. Cellulosic composite of claim 8, where this first polyolefin resin is a polyethylene, which is a polyethylene selected from the group consisting of high density polyethylene, low density polyethylene,linear low density polyethylene, copolymers with other alpha-olefins, and combinations thereof.

10. The cellulose composite according to claim 9, where the specified maleic anhydride is grafted polyethylene as specified polyethylene is a polyethylene selected from the group consisting of high density polyethylene, low density polyethylene, linear low density polyethylene, copolymers with other alpha-olefins, and combinations thereof.

11. Cellulosic composite of claim 8, where this first polyolefin resin has a melt flow index of 0.3 to 20, the specified cellulose fiber is 20-80% of the specified composite, and the specified binding agent is 0.5-3% from the specified composite.

12. The cellulose composite according to claim 11, where this first polyolefin resin is a Homo - and copolymers, HDPE (high density polyethylene)having a melt flow index of 0.3 to 5 specified cellulose fiber is 40-65% of the specified composite, and the specified binding agent is 0.5-2% of the specified composite.



 

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