Description; A fine lightweight filler for plastics, resins, silicones, polyurethanes etc.
The particles are hollow bubbles.
Density; O,025 - O,029g/cm3 (25 to 29kg/m3)
Composition; Copolymer plastic.
Particle size; 5 to 100 micron, mostly around 60 micron.
Particle shape; Spherical.
pH: 3 to 4 in water.
Solubility; Can be dissolved in dimethylacetamide or dimethylformamide.
Hazards; The extreme low density and fine particle size allow it to float readily in air, causing irritation when inhaled and an explosion hazard.
Mixing; Use a covered mixer with a horizontal blade, e.g. a ribbon blender or Z-blade mixer, or pre-wet the Kerafluff in the bag. Kerafluff is most unpleasant to work with dry.
Claimer: This information had better be right, because Dave Onderstall stakes his reputation on it.