The primary benefit from Turner Mania is the system creates competitive advantage by allowing TBSI to provide superior customer service to its customers in the form of an interorganizational decision support system.
Because all external advertising agencies have the same access to Turner Mania, TBSI's smaller customers can access the same information as larger agencies.
BCI-MX/DHTS > BCI-MX > ZBPD > DHTS > TMTD > semi-EV > DTDM > TBSI
Table 1 - classes of vulcanization accelerators and activators zClass Speed Amine-aldehyde Slow (condensation products) Guanidines Medium Benzothiazoles Semi-fast Sulfenamides and sulfenimides Fast, delayed action Dithiophosphates and xanthates Fast Thiurams Very fast Dithiocarbamates Very fast zClass Acronyms Amine-aldehyde (condensation products) Guanidines DPG, DOTG Benzothiazoles MBT, MBTS Sulfenamides and sulfenimides CBS, TBBS, MBS, DIBS, TBSI
Dithiophosphates and xanthates ZBDP Thiurams TMTD, TMTM, TETD Dithiocarbamates ZMDC, ABDC
Since MBS and DIBS are to be phased out due to the possible formation of harmful N-nitrosamines (see above), only DCBS remains together with the recently introduced sulfenimide TBSI
, which is compared with DCBS and TBBS in tables 8 and 9.
The introduction of N-tert-butyl-2-benzothiazyl-sulfenimide (TBSI
), in 1991, provided a new alternative to obtain long scorch safety combined with a moderately slow cure rate and good physical properties along with improved reversion resistance.
The first four products are used essentially in formulations requiring short processing safety and fast cure, whereas the latter (TBSI
), gives long delay and slow cure.
is a newly commercialized accelerator from the Akron Research Center that acts like a secondary amine-derived product but is produced from a primary amine, avoiding the generation of stable nitrosamines.
This article discusses an evaluation of a non secondary amine based accelerator: N-t-butyl-2-benzothiazole sulfenimide (TBSI
Santocure [R] TBSI
is a newly commercialized accelerator from the Akron Research Center that acts like a secondary amine derived product but is produced from a primary amine, avoiding the generation of stable nitrosamines.