Antistatic for Polyethylene
(antifoulant and catalyst activator)


POLYSYNAID 8000 is used to stabilize Liquid Slurry and Gas-Phase processes allowing higher polyolefin production rates and production efficiencies. In the polyolefin reactor, fluid bed polymer particles are very close together and can generate static. The static charge causes particles to stick together and to reactor walls. Larger and heavier polymer particles are difficult to suspend and cool. As they become hotter they add to process fouling.

Blockages require long production shutdowns to clear the problems. Elimination of static helps avoid fouling in the form of agglomeration of particles, fines build up on the wall or fines accumulation on the angled top disengagement section of the reactor. The additive is currently used by a number of multinationals in polyethylene production on a global basis to prevent reactor fouling and increase yield and throughput.

Polysynaid 8000 has no components of animal origin.

Typical Physical Properties

Density, kg/l @ 20°C 0.882
Pour Point, °C <-15
Flash Point, °C (PMCC) >10
Conductivity (2.85ppm in Isopar M@30°C) ,pS/m >300
Benzene, Toluene, Xylene (BTX) content, % <0.1


Polysynaid 8000 is recommended for use at treat rates of between 5 and 20 ppm.​

Cestoil’s engineers will comprehensively evaluate the product status and user‘s needs, then give customers the optimized recommended treat rate.

Handling and Storage

Polysynaid 8000 is flammable and corrosive.

  • Keep away from heat, hot surfaces, sparks, open flames, and other ignition sources.
  • No smoking.
  • Wear protective equipment.
  • Observe good occupational hygiene habits.
  • Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep container tightly closed.
  • Keep cool.
  • Storage temperature recommended not exceed 30°C.

Always consult the Cestoil Safety Data Sheet for safety information before using the product.

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