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Silane grafted XLPE Compound of Sioplas Method for wires and cables

In the Sioplas process, Polyethylene is first grafted in the presence of a mixture of Vinylsilane and peroxide to make a crosslinkable polyethylene. The material can be either processed directly or stored in dry conditions for up to several months.
In a Separate step, the crosslinking catalyst, typically a tin derivative such as dibultinlaurate (DBTDL) and an anti-oxidant are mixed with polyethylene in a single or twin-screw extruder. This is the catalyst masterbatch, part B, to be used with the silanepolyethylene, part A.
In a second step, grafted polyethylene is dry blended with a catalyst
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Silane XLPE 2201

2201 is applied for voltage (10kV and below) electric wires and cables, which has the following advantages: great extrusion properties and frequent extrusion. 
2201 is composed by 95% silane crosslinkable low density polyethylene (compound A) and 5% catalyst (compound B). It is two steps reaction silane crosslinkable PE insulation compound, and has outstanding performance in processing temperature, easy processing characteristics and excellent product properties.

2201 meets the applicable requirments as below when prcessed using sound extrusion practices and testing procedures.
GB/T 102706-2002