Aminic and Phenolic Antioxidants

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SONGWON is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of aminic and phenolic antioxidants, among other chemical additives and specialty chemicals. With headquarters in South Korea, the company has established itself as a reliable provider of high-quality antioxidants for various industries.

Antioxidants are essential additives used to prevent or slow down the degradation of materials caused by oxidation. They help protect polymers, plastics, and other substances from the harmful effects of heat, light, and environmental factors. By inhibiting oxidation reactions, antioxidants extend the lifespan, stability, and performance of materials

Aminic and Phenolic Antioxidants

SONGNOX® L570 complements SONGWON’s broad Aminic, Phenolic, Phosphite and Thioester antioxidant product range, further extending its breadth and depth. Aminic and Phenolic antioxidants retard oxidation in the oil by reacting with and stabilizing radicals produced in the lubricant; with Phosphite and Thioester antioxidants decomposing hydroperoxides.

SONGNOX® L570 is a liquid butylated / octylated diphenylamine antioxidant that provides lubricating oils with excellent protection against thermo-oxidative degradation by reacting with and stabilizing free radicals. The highly versatile product has been designed for demanding automotive and industrial lubricants and oils, as well as specialty applications such as greases.

SONGNOX® L570 preserves the integrity of the oil for longer periods, helping to maintain viscosity, reducing deposit and sludge formation, guard against the production of corrosive species, whilst protecting oil at higher temperatures in vehicles and machinery. This new antioxidant can be used in mineral oil based and synthetic industrial lubricants, greases and engine oils. SONGNOX® L570 is approved by the NSF for use in blending food grade lubricants with incidental food contact.

Product Details

Aminic antioxidants
Chemical composition
Mixture of octylated & butylated diphenylamine
Physical Form

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