UV stability and long term heat aging can also be adjusted to specific requirements by Anox FiberPlus blends, based on the required durability and UV protection of the finished product.
What does LTHA stand for?
LTHA stands for Long Term Heat Aging (chemistry)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Effects of long term heat aging (up to 500 hours @ 100[degrees]C) on paraffinic, re-refined and mixed oil compounds were studied and are presented in figures 7 and 8.
UV stability and long term heat aging can also be controlled by Anox FiberPlus blends based on the durability and UV protection needs of the finished product.
This leads to the conclusion that not all coagents improve long term heat aging, but may be used to meet specific requirements when only short term testing is required.