Reaxis®  C716LV - Bismuth Neodecanoate (Low Viscosity)

REAXIS® C716LV, a Bismuth Carboxylate, is an effective, low viscosity/low metal content catalyst for use in various polyurethane applications. REAXIS® C716LV gives a good balance in front and back reactivity with lower viscosity than standard bismuth neodecanoate. REAXIS® C716LV is good a non-tin alternative to DBTL for various polyurethane applications including: coatings, adhesive/sealants, elastomers and foams.

For more information, we invite you to read our technical bulletins on Novel Bismuth Complexes for Polyurethane Catalysis and Strategies for Improving Back-End Reactivity of Bismuth Carboxylate Catalysts.

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Technical Information

  • Chemical Name Bismuth Neodecanoate (Low Viscosity)

Typical Specifications

Parameter Range
Color (Gardner Number) 5 Max
Viscosity (cP @ 20°C) 300 Max
Density (g/ml) 0.9 - 1.2
Bismuth Content (%) 8.0 - 12.0

Package & Storage

  • 44 lb (20 kg) plastic pail
  • 440 lb (200 kg) steel drum

REAXIS® C716LV 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.

Safety and Handling

Before use of Reaxis products please refer to the relevant Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for safety and toxicological data as well as for the information on proper transportation, storage, and use. SDSs are available by request via our web site reaxis.com, contacting your local representative, or emailing direct to techservices@reaxis.com.

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