[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Rheonocure SDT/S and Rheogran SDT-50 are based on a modern sulfur donor that can replace diphenyl guanidine.
What does DPG stand for?
DPG stands for Diphenyl Guanidine (rubber accelerator)
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We have 128 other meanings of DPG in our Acronym Attic
- Deutsch-Polnische Gesellschaft (German-Polish Society, Bonn)
- Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft
- Deutsche Physiologische Gesellschaft (German)
- Deutsche Phytomedizinische Gesellschaft (German Phytomedical Society, Berlin)
- Deutsche Postgewerkschaft (German mail workers labor union)
- Development Promotion Group (India)
- Dietetic Practice Group
- Differential Pressure Gauge(s)
- Diffuse Pontine Glioma (brain tumor)
- Digital Pattern Generator
- Diplomatic Protection Group (Metropolitan Police of London)
- Dipropylene Glycol
- Direct Paintball Gear
- Direction de la Police Générale (French: General Directorate of Police)
- Director's Planning Guidance
- Directorate of Public Grievances (India)
- Disabled Persons Grant (Ireland)
- Discovery and Pipeline Genetics
- Display Products Group (various companies)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Recent tests are said to have demonstrated that it is possible to substitute the secondary accelerator diphenyl guanidine (DPG) with Rhenocure ZBOP/S without any problems in highly loaded silica compounds based on styrene butadiene rubber (SBR) and, at the same time, benefit from improved vulcanization, reversion behavior, heat aging resistance and the mechanical-dynamic properties of the vulcanizates.
In order to provide efficient cure in the silica-filled rubber systems, diphenyl guanidine (DPG) was used in partial replacement of the APSS accelerator.