Synthetic, hydrophilic, amorphous silica, produced via flame hydrolysis. Standard product for industrial applications.
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HDK® N20P is used as a reinforcing filler in elastomers, mainly silicone-elastomers.
HDK® N20P is used as a thixotropic agent in the production of tooth pastes and sulfuric acid gel batteries.
HDK® N20P is not suitable for pharmaceuticals, food and feed.
A good dispersion of HDK® N20P is a must to assure optimum performance.
More detailed information about the application and processing of HDK® N20P is available in our HDK-brochures and on the WACKER web site.
HDK® N20P is offered in following packaging:
- pallet with paper bags: 20 kg bags
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|BET surface||Loss on drying||pH||Sieve residue||Tamped density|
|HDK® N20P||175 - 225 m²/g 175 - 225 m²/g||< 1.5 % < 1.5 %||3.8 - 4.3 3.8 - 4.3||< 0.03 % < 0.03 %||approx. 100 g/l approx. 100 g/l|
|HDK® N20ST||175 - 225 m²/g 175 - 225 m²/g||< 1.5 % < 1.5 %||3.8 - 4.3 3.8 - 4.3||< 0.03 % < 0.03 %||approx. 40 g/l approx. 40 g/l|
 BET surface | DIN ISO 9277 DIN 66132,  Tamped density | DIN EN ISO 787-11,  pH | DIN EN ISO 787-9 | in 4 % dispersion (1 : 1 mixture of water-methanol),  Sieve residue | DIN EN ISO 787-18 | acc. to Mocker > 40 µm,  Loss on drying | DIN EN ISO 787-2 | ex works (2 h at 105 °C)